Chrysler Sebring Dual Beam Headlight
About dual beam headlight
A double beam headlight from the same headlight produces "dual beams," a high beam and a low beam. It is a specially designed bulb that allows both beams to be produced through the same bulb. This reduces the number of bulbs required from four to two since a single bulb produces both of the beam patterns.
What is the purpose of dual beam headlight?
A dual beam headlight has the purpose of producing both the beam patterns using the same bulb. This reduces the number of bulbs used for the same purpose, allowing for the design of more compact and sleeker headlight housings which add to the vehicle's aesthetic value.
How dual beam headlight Works?
The headlights with dual beams are essentially dual filament bulbs. The same bulb contains two filaments, one towards the lower end and one towards the center of the bulb. Two different circuits are combined in the same light, and the individual circuit is completed based on the driver's selected beam mode. It saves both time and money as for both the beams on each side only one bulb needs to be replaced.
Where is dual beam headlight Located?
The double beam headlights are present on both sides of the vehicle's front in headlight housings. They sit on one side of the grill. The precise location however is relative to the manufacturer of the car.