One of the most critical considerations when driving is safety, particularly when passing through a dark, rugged and curvy terrain with family, friends, and other loved ones as passengers and occupants. The different types of headlight housing lighting systems are one of the car’s safety features that help it avoid incidents that can endanger not only the car’s occupants but also nearby people who might be caught up in the situation.
Chevrolet car models come with various lights in the front, back, and sides. Projector headlights are mounted in the front portion, and additional fog lights can increase visibility. For all types of driving, projector headlamps or headlights are used. Still, it is much safer if additional fog lights accompany them, mainly if the vehicle will be used on foggy, snowy, rainy, or slick roads.
Light from fog headlamps is designed to emit a more precise beam that moves through water droplets. Headlamps on their own can trigger glare or white rays, which can obscure your view of the road ahead. Taillights and warning lights are located at the rear of the vehicle, while markers and side corner lights are located on the sides.
Aside from the government-mandated lighting elements, additional lights such as body lights, Altezza lights, led lights, neon lights, halogen lights, and more can be introduced to tackle the factory defects that come with most car headlights for efficiency and style. Should you be interested in installing these lights as add-ons or replacements for your Chevy, you can visit their local auto store or, better yet, search the internet for reputable web-based stores. Replacement OEM and aftermarket car parts and accessories, such as projector headlights, are easier to find using the internet, so you don’t have to drive from store to store.
Prices of Chevrolet headlight conversions bulbs by vehicle model
|Chevrolet car model||Car type||Application||Bulb type||Product||Price|
|Chevrolet Avalanche||Chevrolet Avalanche 1500 (2003 – 2006)||Main Headlight Beam||H11||KAC LED Replacement Headlight w/Bulbs||$199 – $230|
|Chevy Silverado||Chevy Silverado (2007 – 2014)||Main Headlight Beam||H11||AUTOSAVER88 Headlight Assembly||$129 – $150|
|Chevy C/K, Chevy Tahoe, Chevy Suburban & Chevrolet Silverado||Chevy C/K Series (1500, 2500, 3500), Chevy Tahoe, Chevy Suburban, Chevrolet Silverado (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000)||Main Headlight Beam||H11||AUTOSAVER88 Headlight Assembly Kit||$114 – $120|
|Chevrolet Full-Size Truck||CHEVY, GMC, C/K (1500, 2500 88-98), C/K (3500 88-00), SUBURBAN (92-99), BLAZER (full-size 92-94), TAHOE (95-99), YUKON (92-99)||Main Headlight Beam||H11||AnzoUSA 111299 Black/Clear Low-Brow Style Headlight for Chevrolet full-size truck||$161 – $180|
|Chevrolet Silverado & Suburban Tahoe||Chevrolet Silverado 1500 / 2500 (1999 – 2002),|
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 HD / 2500 HD / 3500 HD (2001 – 2002),
Chevrolet Suburban 1500 / 2500 / Tahoe (2000 – 2006)
|Main Headlight Beam||9005 High / 9006 Low Beam||DNA Motoring HL-OH-CS99-4P-CH-CL1 Chrome Housing Headlights Replacement||$70 – $100|
|Chevy Malibu||Chevy Malibu 2012||Main Headlight Beam||HB4 & HB3||Black Factory Style Headlights by Lumen||$187 – $200|
|Chevy Impala||Chevy Impala (2012)||Main Headlight Beam||H1||Spyder Black LED DRL Bar Projector Headlights||$387 – $340|
|Chevy Corvette||Chevy Corvette (2010)||Main Headlight Beam||H1||Morimoto XB G2 Black/Smoked DRL Bar Projector LED Headlights with Sequential Turn Signal||$1,385 – $1,400|
|Chevy Equinox||Chevy Equinox (2010)||Main Headlight Beam||H1||TruParts – Replacement Headlight||$136 – $150|
|Chevy Camaro||Chevy Camaro (2020)||Main Headlight Beam||H1||Replace Replacement Headlight (Remanufactured OE)||$312 – $330|
|Chevy Cruze||Chevy Cruze (2018)||Main Headlight Beam||HB4 & HB3||Pacific Best Replacement Headlight||$311 – $320|
|Chevy Caprice||Chevy Caprice||Main Headlight Beam||HB4 & HB3||Recon – Projector Headlights||$449 – $450|
Steps to replace Chevrolet Headlights
Knowing how to upgrade your car headlights from stock to LED can mean the difference between impaired vision and improved nighttime driving. To get you started on your Chevrolet car headlights, follow the simple steps below and learn how to replace your Chevrolet headlights like a pro.
Look up which part needs to be removed to access the headlight assembly in your vehicle’s manual. The front grill may be removed depending on the vehicle’s year, make, and model. To remove the grille, loosen the screws or any other fasteners that keep it in place.
Detach the headlight’s screws, clips, or retainer springs. To remove all of these fasteners, which are usually found at the headlight’s top and bottom, you will need to use a flat-blade or Phillips screwdriver.
Detach the assembly’s wiring. You can now disconnect the car’s headlight and replace it with a new one after the wiring has been removed.
Mount the replacement headlight assembly. Install the new headlight and make sure the screws, clips, or retainer springs used are tightened.
Reconnect the unplugged wiring from the assembly.
Replace the grille and any other items that were removed. Replacing them is a simple matter of sealing them back to place.
Put the new assembly to the test. To check if the headlights are working, turn them on. If not, make some changes and consult the manual.
The cost of aftermarket Chevy headlights is determined by your car’s year, make, and model. It also depends on the kind of headlight you need (halogen, LED, or HID). OE replacement parts range from $20 for a single headlight to over $1,000 for a kit. Some headlight assemblies come with the bulb already mounted, while others need you to buy it separately.
However, if the reason for your move to replace your car headlight is due to oxidation, you can simply avoid the unnecessary cost of doing that by restoring your car headlights. With a headlight restoration kit that’s designed specially for oxidized car headlight lenses, you can have your car headlamps looking brand new again.