Ford F250 Pickup Dual Beam Headlight
About dual beam headlight
A dual beam headlight produces "dual beams", a high beam and a low beam, from the same headlight bulb. It is a uniquely designed bulb that enables to produce both the beams through the same bulb. This reduces the number of bulbs required from four to two since both of the beam patterns are produced by a single bulb.
What is the purpose of dual beam headlight?
The purpose of a dual beam headlight is to produce both the beam patterns using the same bulb. This reduces the number of bulbs used for the same purpose also allowing to design more compact and sleeker headlight housings adding to the aesthetic value of the vehicle.
How dual beam headlight Works?
The dual beam headlights are basically dual filament bulbs. There are two filaments in the same bulb, one towards the lower end and one towards the center of the bulb. There are two separate circuits integrated into the same bulb and the individual circuit is completed based in the beam mode selected by the driver. It saves both time and money since only one bulb needs to be replaced for both the beams on each side.
Where is dual beam headlight Located?
The dual beam headlights are present in the headlight housings present on either sides of the vehicle's front. They sit on either sides of the grill. However, the exact location is subjective to the vehicle manufacturer.