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Star Lights 1156-170 Revolution 1156 LED Bulb
Star Lights Revolution 1156 LED Bulb
Star Lights 1156-170 Revolution 1156 LED Bulb


 
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: $21.04
MFG P/N: 1156-170
MFG: STARLIGHTS
UPC #: 834760002567
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Star Lights Revolution 1156 LED Bulb. Not for interior lighting use. Single contact bayonet. Includes 2 bulbs
  • 170 lumens
  • 6500 kelvin
  • Lasts 100 TIMES LONGER than a standard bulb (60,000 hour life expectancy)
  • Energy Efficient- can run 9 ļ¾ Revolution Bulbs for every 1 standard 1156 bulb. Draws 267 milliamps.
  • Convenient- avoid continuously changing light bulbs for years
  • Replaces 1003, 1073, 1093, 1129, 1141, 1156, 1159, 1295, 1459, 1619, 1651, 1680, 3497, 5007, 5008, 7506, & 7527
  • May be used for brake, backup, side marker, parking lights, and more...
  • Note: In some vehicles this bulb is not for use as a blinker/ indicator light, unless a resistor is added. Please refer to our Revolution Load Resistor packaging, or our website for more details.
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty
In some cases, this light is not for use as a blinker/ indicator light, unless a load resistor is added for its functionality.

Star Lights Revolution 1156 LED Bulb

Additional Product Information
Important: Not all vehicles require a load resistor for the "Turn Signal Circuit". Please test your vehicle prior to purchasing these resistors. To perform a self test, simply install your new LED bulb into your socket. Next activate your signal. If your LED bulb does not blink, or if it blinks rapidly, than you must install a load resistor. If your indicator light blinks as normal, than no load resistor is needed. Also, you may need to install more than one load resistor per circuit, depending on how many lights are wired to that circuit. To determine if you need more than one load resistor, please initiate self-test above after installing the LED bulb and load resistor.