2006 Acura TL Headlight Bulb Size Guide

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When it comes to buying headlight bulbs for the 2006 Acura TL, knowing the exact size and compatibility is key. If you aren’t familiar with the specific bulb sizes needed, refer to the chart below and find the correct size for every different type of light.

Also, if you aren’t sure which headlight or tail light to choose, we’ve recommended the top performing options below. We tested a lot of bulbs and found these to be the highest performing ones that give the best value for money.

2006 Acura TL Headlight Bulb Size ChartBulb Number
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 2006 Acura TL

Nilight D2S HID Bulbs

High and low beam bulbs

Nighlight’s HID headlight bulb, compatible with the 2003 Acura TL, is more powerful, with a cooler color profile and better longevity.

These bulbs are twice as bright as stock and offer better visibility. The beam is well calibrated and we did not experience any blurriness or unfocused projection.

The longer throw and wider angle of projection allow for better road coverage. Moreover, the cooler color temperature of 6000k helps the driver notice and avoid any stray animals, merging vehicles, and pedestrians.

As for the look of these headlights, it is more visually appealing than stock and we did not see any flickering or flashing, even under heavy load.

Finally, power consumption is another plus point of this kit. It is more efficient and does not cause any errors with the car’s ECU.

Pros
  • 150% brighter than stock
  • 6000k color temperature
  • 3000 hour lifespan
  • Better road coverage
  • No dark spots
  • Efficient power consumption
Cons
  • May require additional IC driver

Alla Lighting Tail Light Bulbs

Brake Light Bulb

Alla Lighting’s tail light bulbs for the 2003 Acura TL combine better visibility for approaching traffic, more efficient power draw, and a longer lasting design than the stock bulbs.

Alla Lighting’s bulbs are more powerful than the stock alternative, making your car more easily visible to drivers behind you, thus helping improve safety while driving.

We can also report that these bulbs perform better in rain and fog thanks to the brighter output.

Another feature worth praising is the lower power consumption of the Alla Lighting tail light bulbs. It enables more efficient power draw and longer lifespan as a result. All in all, these bulb can be expected to far outlast the stock tail light bulbs of the 2006 Acura TL.

Pros
  • Bright tail lights
  • More visible in rain and fog
  • Less power draw
  • Improves safety while driving
  • Longer lasting than stock
  • Heat resistant base
Cons
  • Red color means they cannot be used as back up 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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