2004 Acura TL Headlight Bulb Size Guide

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If you’re looking for new headlights for your 2004 Acura TL, chances are you don’t know the correct size. Before you buy the wrong size, or a bulb that isn’t even compatible with your specific model of car, allow us to help out. 

We took the liberty of sorting out all the bulb sizes that will fit your 2004 Acura TL in a helpful chart so you know exactly which size fits which bulb. 

Furthermore, if you’re having trouble picking the right bulb for your headlight, allow us to recommend our top picks for both headlights and tail lights. 

Keep reading below the chart to find our tried and tested recommendations.

2006 Acura TL Headlight Bulb Size ChartCheck Prices
Headlight Bulb High Beam and Low BeamD2S
Center High Mount Stop Light BulbLED
Brake Light BulbLED
Turn Signal Light Bulb Front7443
License Plate Light Bulb168
License Plate Light Bulb917
Parking Light Bulb7443
Tail Light BulbLED
Daytime Running Light Bulb9005
Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear7440
Back Up Reverse Light Bulb921
Side Marker Light Bulb Front168NA
Side Marker Light Bulb RearLED
Vanity Mirror Light Bulb168
Vanity Mirror Light Bulb917
Glove Box Light Bulb2721
Trunk or Cargo Area Light168
Trunk or Cargo Area Light917
Dome Light Bulb2825
Dome Light Bulb98
Interior Door Light Bulb194
Interior Door Light Bulb7441
Reading Light Bulb Rear2825
Reading Light Bulb Rear98
Automatic Transmission Indicator Light Bulb2721
Map Light Bulb(Compare to original – Option 2)2825
Map Light Bulb(Compare to original – Option 2)98
Map Light Bulb(Compare to original – Option 1)168
Map Light Bulb(Compare to original – Option 1)917
Floor Console Compartment Light Bulb(Compare to original – Option 1)2721
Floor Console Compartment Light Bulb(Compare to original – Option 2)74

Most Recommended Headlight Bulbs for the 2004 Acura TL

DMEX D2S Xenon Headlight Bulbs

High and low beam bulbs

DMEX’s D2S Xenon headlight bulbs are a superior replacement bulb for your 2004 Acura TL. They boost visibility, last longer, and look stellar in your car’s front end.

If brightness is what you’re looking for, these bulbs deliver. With 4000 lumens of brightness, they improve visibility and make the drive safer. Wider angle of projection brings more of the road into view, and longer throw lights up your path further.

As for the color profile, these bulbs feature a nice Xenon look that is both functional and attractive. Clarity is top notch, as is the calibration. We did not see any dark spots or blurriness with these bulbs installed.

Lifespan is also excellent, with over two times better longevity when compared to the 2004 Acura TL’s stock bulbs.

Pros
  • 4000 lumens
  • Cool Xenon look
  • Wider projection
  • Farther throw
  • Excellent calibration
  • No dark spots
  • Longer lasting
Cons
  • One report of flickering

Yorkim 912 921 LED Backup Light Bulbs

Brake light bulbs

Yorkim’s LED bulbs are brighter than stock and add clarity to your car’s brake lights, thus boosting safety. They are also longer lasting and more visually appealing.

Yorkim use high quality SMD chips to generate over four times more light output than stock tail light bulbs. They definitely make your brake lights more noticeable and easily visible for other drivers.

These LEDs do not exhibit any blurriness or flashing, which can be hazardous for brake lights.

You won’t have to put up with any errors when installing these LEDs, thanks to the integrated IC drivers. Efficient power consumption is another plus point, as it facilitates a longer lifespan as well.

Pros
  • Bright output
  • No dark spots
  • No blurriness
  • More easily visible for drivers behind you
  • Efficient power consumption
  • Longer lifespan
Cons
  • Red color mean they can only be used for brake lights

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Richard Nickleson is the author and owner behind Headlight Reviews. He first started the site as a hobby to share his insights on car parts and specifically headlight bulbs, but it soon ballooned and now he writes on all topics surrounding headlights bulbs. If you’ve got a bulb question, contact Richard here.

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