2011 – 2014 Dodge Charger LED Headlights Bulbs Installation

Dodge Charger LED Headlights Bulbs Remove Install Replace

The Reason for Dodge Charger Headlights Bulb LED Upgrade

Dodge Charger headlights bulb are quite important in use on road and off-road driving for safer driving. if you choose to upgrade Dodge Charger’s stock halogen or HID headlamps to LED headlight bulbs, it will help to enhance much more visibility at night driving, also make your SUVs more luxury and easier noticed by other drivers. It will make your driving smarter, safer, brighter and better.

If your Dodge Charger headlights bulb comes with halogen headlamps, you will find the light are quite dim, which make you hard to see in front, especially in bad weather or severe driving conditions. LED headlight bulbs replacement for your Dodge Charger will be necessary if you are looking for safer & better driving at night.

Below we will show you how to install LED headlight bulb for 2011 – 2014 Dodge Charger with halogen headlamps (for them, the high and low beam headlight bulbs are different). Bulb Sizes for Dodge Charger headligh high beam bulb: 9005HL+ HB3 9005LL 9005, Low beam headlight bulb size is H11 H11LL (If the stock headlamp is HID, then the bulb size is D3S,  the installation will be different)

How to Upgrade LED Headlight Bulbs for 2011- 2014 Dodge Charger Headlights w/ Halogen Headlamps?

Compatible vehicles for 2011 2012 2013 2014  Dodge Charger headlights.

Firstly, here is a video to show you the comparison among Halogen vs HID vs LED headlight bulbs, which will tell you the exact differences and help you make smarter decisions.

Secondly, here is a video to show you the installation guide about how to install Dodge Charger’s high beam 9005 LED headlight bulbs.

Thirdly, we will show you the installation steps as below by pictures and words:

Step#1: Open the hood, and you will find the space is too limited to access the headlight bulb for the air tank there, so we will remove the air tank firstly by using a 5/16 socket to remove all 2 screws that has locked the air tank.

2011 2012 2013 2014 Dodge Charger LED Headlight Bulbs Install Removal Air Box

2011 2013 2014 Dodge Charger LED Headlight Bulbs Install Screw Remove

Step#2: Pull the air tank up and pull it out, put it aside. Then you will easy to access the headlight bulbs high and low beam position. (below will show the low beam only, high beam will be the same way, just different position as below shown)

2011 2013 2014 Dodge Charger LED Headlight Bulbs Install Replace High Low Beam

Step#3: Twist dust cover counter clockwise to remove.

Dodge Charger Stock Halogen Headlights bulbs Counter Clock-wise to Remove  

Step#4: Twist halogen bulb counter clockwise to remove from vehicle housing.

2011 2012 2013 2014 Dodge Charger LED Low Beam Headlight Bulbs Install H11

Step#5: Pull up the side tab to release stock lamp, which you can use a flat tool or loose the tab side by side.

2011 2012 2013 2014 Dodge Charger LED Headlight Bulbs Install Loos Clips

Step#6: Connect LED headlight bulb’s connector to stock harness.

Dodge Charger LED Headlights Bulbs' Connector Plug into Stock Harness

Step #7: Insert LED bulb into the stock headlamp’s housing, twist LED bulb clockwise to lock into vehicle’s headlamp’s housing.

Dodge Charger LED headlight Bulbs Lock Replace Install Change

Step#8: Test the LED headlight bulb by turn on the Dodge Charger headlights position to check whether it works, if not, please check whether the wiring connections or if the LED headlight bulbs you purchased are polarity type headlight or not. If it is polarity bulbs, it may not light up, then please remove the LED bulb’s connector from its harness,rotate it and then replug into the harness, and it should work for the polarity LED headlight bulbs.  

Step#9: Place LED driver part inside the headlamp’s housing and twis dust cover clockwise to lock into its place.

Dodge Charger LED Headlight Bulbs Kits Into Headlamp Housing

Step #10: Reinstall back to the air tank and do the same way to the other side except the air tank removal process.

Yet if after installing LED headlight bulbs, you meet the dodge charger LED headlight bulb’s flickering on and off, or there is error code, then it will require to install extra load resistors or decoders to avoid the issue, this happens due to the led bulbs draw much less current than stock lamps.

If you are looking for other bulbs applications’ installation guide like Dodge Charger LED fog lights, signal lights, brake stop lights, tail light, interior lights, please click Dodge Charger LED Lights for more details. Below we also have some photos to show the light’s performance difference between halogen bulb and LED headlight bulbs.

Dodge Charger LED Headlights Bulbs VS Halogen Headlamp Comparison

For more vehicle’s positions’ led bulbs options for 2011 – 2014 Dodge Charger, please click below Dodge Charger by choosing different car’s year, submodel and bulb type, and you will find the best LED bulbs options, easy and accurate search.

Below we also show the bulb size for different positions for 2011 – 2014 Dodge Charger for your reference only, not 100% guaranteed accuracy, please check the owner manual to double confirm it before purchasing. ( please search below bulb size directly at Alla Lighting for more product details):

Exterior Lights:

High Beam Headlight Bulbs: 9005 / HB3
Low Beam Headlight Bulbs: H11 / H11LL (for the vehicle with halogen capsule headlamp);  D3S (for the vehicle with HID headlamp)
Front Fog Light Bulbs: PSX24W / 2504
Front Park/Turn Signal Lamp: 3157A
Front Side Marker Light Bulb: 168
Rear Tail Lamp: LED
Rear Stop/Turn Signal Lamp: LED
Rear Side Marker Light Bulb: 168
Backup Reverse Light Lamp: 3157
Center High-Mount Stop Lamp: LED
License Plate Light Lamp: 168

Interior Lights:
Dome Light Bulb: 578
Map Light Bulb: 578
Trunk / Cargo Area ( Compartment ) Light Bulb: 562
Interior Door Light Bulb: 562
Glove Box Light Bulb: 194
Rear Courtesy / Reading Light Bulb: W5W / 2825
Overhead Console Reading Lamp: 578
Door Courtesy: 562

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