Automotive Type 12V Bulb Ref. # 1141LL Single Contact
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Automotive Type 12V Bulb Ref. # 1141LL Single Contact
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Automotive Type 12V Bulb Ref. # 1141LL Single Contact

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Replace your burned out bulb with the Automotive Type 12V Bulb sold as a pair.

# 1141LL single contact.
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  • # 1141LL single contact
  • Sold as a pair
  • Bulb Type Automotive
    Replaces Bulb 1141LL
    Unit Weight 0.05 lb
    Brand CEC
    MFG Part No. 1141LLBP
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    Is there different wattages ?

    I find these bulbs are too strong and burn my lens covers ... the lens covers get frosty and brittle and crumble when touched ....also I do not need such a bright bulb t y
    Asked by: marilyn
    For an incandescent 1141 model bulb, even between different manufacturers, no. If you need a lower output incandescent bulb based off of the 1141 model, a 1093 is the next step down in output. It still uses the same BA15s base, S-8 bulb shape, and C-6 filament, but has a lower output. CEC's #1093 bulb is 15.232 watts. A model #93 bulb would be an option as well, CEC's bulb is 13.312 watts. You can find these bulbs in automotive stores or big box stores that have an automotive section. Unfortunately most of our inventory of incandescent bulbs have been replaced by LED variations. SKU#55024 or SKU#67017 are LED variations that can replace a 1141 model incandescent bulb. LED bulbs consume a significant lower amount of power (1.68 to 2.4 watts), creates little to no heat while operating, but still produce the same amount of light or more.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    What wattage are these bulbs?

    Asked by: Kernut the Blond
    18 watt
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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