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This will help in the LED conversion for those who want to try it

2010 HONDA Accord Crosstour
Low beam headlamp
H11
H11ST Silverstar: The brighter and whiter light. Up to 35% brighter, up to 30% more downroad visibility and up to 35% more sideroad visibility.
H11XV XtraVision: The brighter light for upgraded performance. Up to 30% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.

High beam headlamp
9005
9005SU SilverStar Ultra: The brightest and whitest light. Up to 50% brighter, up to 40% more downroad visibility and up to 50% more sideroad visibility.
9005ST Silverstar: The brighter and whiter light. Up to 35% brighter, up to 30% more downroad visibility and up to 35% more sideroad visibility.
9005EB EcoBright - Your Environmental Choice. Save Energy - Save Money. Up to 25% brighter light. CO2 reduced 9 to 21%. Gas savings $2 to $19.
9005XV XtraVision: The brighter light for upgraded performance. Up to 30% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.
9005CB Cool Blue: The whiter light for style. Up to 25% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.

Parking light
1157A
1157ALL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Front turn signal
1157A
1157ALL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Rear turn signal
992 (7440A)
992/7440AL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Tail light
7443
7443LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Stop light
7443
7443LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

High mount stop light
LED

Fog/Driving light
H11
H11ST Silverstar: The brighter and whiter light. Up to 35% brighter, up to 30% more downroad visibility and up to 35% more sideroad visibility.
H11XV XtraVision: The brighter light for upgraded performance. Up to 30% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.

License plate
168
168LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Back up light
7440
7440ST SilverStar: The brighter, whiter signal light. Up to 30% brighter light, up to 20% whiter light and up to 10% farther and wider.
7440LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Front sidemarker
168
168LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Map light
DE3022
DE3022LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Dome light
DE3022
DE3022LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Trunk/Cargo area
168
168LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.
 

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damn!! i want to change all my lights inside my car, got any patricular sites that stand out in your mind
 

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I just used ebay and ordered everything individually. Just make sure they all light up the same color lol. Diodedynamics.com sells a kit for the accord sedan, but all accords have the same interior lights. I believe there there are some kits on ebay as well. It says accord sedan but they're the same lights, trust me I traded in my 08 accord for a CT and if it wasn't such a random buy, I would've taken all those lights out beforehand and just put them in the CT lol.
 

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Be carefull before you order! Pull out your bulb before and look at base and part number...I bought 3 sets from this and only one fit, yes I paid attention
 

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Exactly which ones did you order and from where? I used this list to replace almost every light with with the exception of the turn signal lights (because I haven't changed them yet). This is straight from the Sylvania website, which provides the stock lights for many car manufacturers including Honda. Any website you order lights from also uses this list when selling you LEDs.
 

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Exactly which ones did you order and from where? I used this list to replace almost every light with with the exception of the turn signal lights (because I haven't changed them yet). This is straight from the Sylvania website, which provides the stock lights for many car manufacturers including Honda. Any website you order lights from also uses this list when selling you LEDs.
H11ST/H11 Silverstar (from sylvania site) for CT low beam and 2 other for toyota. no fit.

Connections are different and I guess I could splice but choose not to do so.
 

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What is the correct bulb size for the low beam? I can't find my stock bulbs...
 

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Oo alright cool...
 

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Help please with light replacement.

Hi people,
I am really concerned that there are thousands of Youtube videos for replacing headlights on the Accord but almost ZERO videos for anything having to do with the crosstour. I am actually kind of upset because I love the car but it says a lot about what others think about it when nothing is posted on how to replace something as simple as a headlight. I can't even replacement my lowbeam on my 2013 Crosstour because it's so darn difficult. Help
 

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Can Someone PLEASE let me know how to replace the Low beam headlights on my 2013 crosstour. I am almost blown away that there is absolutely nothing on youtube but there are thousands of posts on the accord and how easy it is. Why did Honda have to make it so difficult to do any work on these cars ourselves. It says a lot about a car when there are NO youtube posts on how to fix anything yourself on the crosstour. I would also like to know why nobody here or anywhere else post's a video on youtube on how to install the simplest thing like foglights or headlights. Please help people
 

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2011 crosstour low beam change

I have owned car for over a year and my first low beam failure. Passenger side.
Not impressed with this aspect of Honda's engineering.
Removed access panel on left fender by popping up the body panel pins.
Removed (NOT disconnect) power steering reservoir by pushing in the tab on back and lifting (may take some gentle wiggling) and bracket two 9mm? bolts.
Asked my wife to reach in and turn bulb fixture counter-clockwise, gently pull bulb assembly out small opening between fender and front frame brace.
I have small hands for a guy and still could not get my hand in there.
Unclipped bulb from fixture
Inserted new bulb with light coating of dielectric grease on connectors.
Ask wife to insert assembly into small opening between fender and front frame brace, insert bulb assembly into lighting receptacle and rotate clockwise.
Reconntect ps pump reservoir bracket and reservoir.
Total time appox 10min (depending on how long it takes your wife to respond to your request for help).
 
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