# What's the difference between 194 and 921 bulb?

### Table of Contents

- What's the difference between 194 and 921 bulb?
- Are 912 and 194 bulbs the same?
- What bulb is similar to 921?
- How many watts is a 921 bulb?
- Are 906 and 194 bulbs the same?
- What does T10 mean?
- Are 1157 and 7528 bulbs the same?
- Are 193 and 194 bulbs the same?
- Are 194 and 158 bulbs the same?
- Can a 912 bulb work with a 921 bulb?
- What kind of light bulb to replace 1157a?
- Can you cross reference halogen bulbs to LED bulbs?
- What's the difference between Amber and LED light bulbs?

### What's the difference between 194 and 921 bulb?

**921's are larger, brighter, and unfortunately hotter than 194's** (even xenon super white 194's). i have them in my front corners. it was a lot brighter, but because they set off so much heat it melted the connector on the lens, on one side. other people have had similar problems with meltdowns.

### Are 912 and 194 bulbs the same?

The 912 and **906 are used where less light and heat is required**. ... The 194 bulb is often used in exterior running lights behind amber or red lenses (**double check fit for replacement). Frosted varieties of the W9 bulbs are sometimes used when a more diffuse light is desired.

### What bulb is similar to 921?

The 912 and 921 bulbs are interchangeable as they have the same **T-5 wedge base**. The 921 has a wattage of 16.8 and draws 1.4 amps. The 912 is 12 watts and draws 1 amp. So the 921 should burn brighter than a standard 912 bulb.

### How many watts is a 921 bulb?

18 Watts
Philips 921 Standard Mini Auto Bulb (Pack of 2) **18 Watts** and 12.8 volts.

### Are 906 and 194 bulbs the same?

the **11w and 18w are the same size** as the 906/921 bulbs, which share the same socket as the 194 bulb. if you have enough room in the housing then you can use the landscape bulbs.

### What does T10 mean?

A "T10" or T-10 is **a tubular bulb that is ten eighths (10/8) of an inch in diameter or 1.5" inches**. A "T4" (4/8) would be four eighths or one half an inch in diameter.

### Are 1157 and 7528 bulbs the same?

The base of an 1157 and a 7528 is exactly the same. They both use a dual contact bayonet base (BA15D). Physically and electrically the bases for the 1157 and **7528 bulbs are completely identical**. The difference is that an 1157 bulb draws 27 watts for the high filament and 8.3 watts for the low filament.

### Are 193 and 194 bulbs the same?

While the 194 can last up to 15,000 hours of use, it has a length of 1.06 inches and a diameter. 0.56 inches, the amperage is lower than the 193, being at 0.27 Amps, while the voltage is of 14 volts and the glass bulb itself is a T3.

### Are 194 and 158 bulbs the same?

158 is a 3.36 watt lamp. ... **194 is a 3.8 watt lamp**. Yeah, the only difference between the two are wattage. It's only a few watts, though, like 2 or 3 watts.

### Can a 912 bulb work with a 921 bulb?

Yes, the 921 bulb # VA0415-00 will work well for you. The 912 and 921 bulbs are interchangeable as they have the same T-5 wedge base. The 921 has a wattage of 16.8 and draws 1.4 amps. The 912 is 12 watts and draws 1 amp. So the 921 should burn brighter than a standard 912 bulb.

### What kind of light bulb to replace 1157a?

If your bulb ends with an A such as 1157A it is an amber bulb. Replace with an amber bulb or place behind an amber lens.

### Can you cross reference halogen bulbs to LED bulbs?

When converting from halogen bulb to LED there are often multiple eligible cross-reference bulbs. Many bulbs will use the same base and connectors while the different model numbers will be determined by color and wattage. These differences are not applicable to LED bulbs so we've created a handy guide for you.

### What's the difference between Amber and LED light bulbs?

Many bulbs will use the same base and connectors while the different model numbers will be determined by color and wattage. These differences are not applicable to LED bulbs so we've created a handy guide for you. Notes: If your bulb ends with an A such as 1157A it is an amber bulb. Replace with an amber bulb or place behind an amber lens.