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porsche replacement bulb guide

Whether you’re an expert Porsche mobile electronics installer, or a novice Porsche enthusiast our Porsche light bulb size guide can save yourself a lot of time. When you need to replace the headlight or fog light on your Porsche, finding out the replacement size can be a time consuming task but our automotive light bulb size guides are here to help! Whether you’re upgrading to a hid conversion kit or just replacing your existing factory bulb our Porsche automotive bulb size chart will make finding your correct bulb size easy! Always verify all bulb sizes, bulb voltage usage and bulb wattage before applying any information found here to your vehicle.
Model Year Low beam High beam Fog/Driving light
911 (991) 2014 - 2012 D3S H7 H8
911 2008 - 2005 H7 H9 H8
- 2004 - 2002 H7 H9 H3
- 2001 - 1998 H7 H7 H3
- 1997 - 1995 H1 H1 H3
W/HID 2008 - 2005 D1S H11 H8
W/HID 2004 - 2002 D1S H11 H3
W/LED 2014 LED LED -
911 w/adaptive type (997) 2012 - 2010 D2S H7 H8
w/o adaptive type (997) 2012 - 2010 D2S H11 H8
928 1995 9004/HB1 H/L -
968 1995 H4/9003 H/L H3
Boxster 2014 - 2005 H7 H9 H8
- 2004 - 1997 H7 H7 -
With HID 2014 - 2013 D3S - H8
With HID 2012 - 2009 D2S H7 H8
WithHID 2008 - 2005 D1S H11 H8
With HID 2004 - 1999 D1S H7 -
Carrera GT 2005 - 2003 D1S 9005XS -
Cayenne 2014 - 2003 H7 H7 H11
With HID 2014 - 2003 D1S H7 H11
Cayman 2014 H7 H9 -
- 2012 - 2006 H7 H9 H11
With HID 2012 - 2009 D2S - H11
With HID 2008 - 2006 D1S H11 H11
Panamera 2014 - 2010 D1S H7 -
With LED 2014 LED LED -

Low Beam Headlight
Low beam headlamps are used as your primary source of light while driving and is intended for use whenever other vehicles are present ahead. Low beams provide a distribution of light designed to provide adequate forward and lateral illumination with limits on light directed towards the eyes of other road users, to control glare. More
High Beam Headlight
High beam headlamps, often referred to as “brights” are used as your secondary source of light while driving and only suitable for use when alone on the road. High Beams provide a distribution of light with no particular control of light directed towards other road users' eyes as the glare they produce will dazzle other drivers. More
Fog Light
Fog lamps provide a wide, bar-shaped beam of light with a sharp cutoff at the top, and are generally aimed and mounted low. They are intended for use at low speed to increase the illumination directed towards the road surface and verges in conditions of poor visibility due to rain, fog, dust, or snow. More