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Headlights are mandatory vehicle safety equipment on cars, SUVs, and trucks. Keep your Acura TSX in peak safety and road condition with the proper lights. Help other drivers to see your vehicle more easily in the daytime, at night, in the rain, and in any other challenging weather conditions. Avoid the inconvenience of a citation by immediately replacing that broken or burned out headlight. Acura TSX headlights increase your vehicle's visibility and light the road ahead. Ensure that other motorists can gauge the size, shape, and distance to your vehicle in any weather or insufficient lighting situation. With the largest selection, the lowest prices, and experienced customer service, we are a one-stop shop for most replacement auto parts needs. Complete kits or parts, we offer high quality new, OEM, aftermarket, rebuilt, remanufactured, performance, and genuine type auto parts and accessories at discount prices to our retail customers. Call our toll free number to place your order or use our online ordering catalog with a secure checkout system. To assure that parts are in stock at the time of ordering, our online parts catalog uses real-time inventory. Most orders will ship the same day. We carry a wide variety of trusted name brand lights and replacement parts for your Acura TSX.
We stock these Headlight brands for the Acura TSX: Action CrashDIY SolutionsTYCBrock
Research on Headlight for Acura TSX
The Acura TSX is a safe bet for drivers in the market for a sporty sedan that's a bit more upscale than the typical family four-door. Like most Acura products, the TSX delivers a high level of refinement, above-average reliability and decent value for the dollar. The first-generation Acura TSX boasted a sporty and nimble feel, but the small backseat and firm ride weren't for everyone. The second generation offers a roomier cabin and a smoother, more isolated ride, although the athletic feel was somewhat compromised for these gains. Overall, the TSX is a smart choice, if not the most prestigious, for a new or used entry-level luxury sedan.
If your TSX OEM low beam headlights have problems, you may only need to replace the affected parts. There is not always the need to spend a lot of money on a brand new headlight assembly. First, check out the fuse. If it is fine, then replace the factory fit xenon control unit box ballast. When the headlights fail, 90% of the problem can usually be traced to the ballast.
What is a ballast?
Ballasts have been used in lighting for decades, and more frequently in HID lamps as HID headlights have gained popularity. In a fluorescent lighting system, the ballast provides the voltage needed to start the lamp and regulates the electrical current of the light once it is lit. Without a ballast, the lamp would draw too much power, causing it to burn out quickly. The ballast prevents this from happening and ensures you get the benefits of the lamp's full lifetime.
What does a ballast do?
Its primary function is to help your lamp start up quickly. When the lamp is turned on, the ballast provides a surge of higher voltage to the lamp. This helps establish an arc between two electrodes on the lamp, which is what causes HID bulbs to light up. The other key function of a ballast is to keep your lamp running. After the electrode arc is established, the ballast reduces the voltage and regulates the electric current. This ensures the light produced is even and steady, without flickering or fading.
What is special about an HID ballast?
The HID ballast must precisely regulate the current in your HID lighting system. Too much power, and your lamp will die out faster and may even explode. Too little power isn't good for a HID lamp either, as it can damage the light, causing uneven lighting and a possible crack in the arc inside the bulb. HIDs also need to be able to turn off and on quickly without overheating, which makes the ballast's job even more difficult. The Xenon gas in the bulb needs time to cool down before it receives the strong, high-voltage current that turns the light back on
What is the Acura TSX Headlight replacement cost?
Dorman's headlight ballast for the 2010 Acura TSX is priced at $197.48 at PartsGeek, where an Action Crash headlight assembly begins at $144.38 for either the passenger or the driver side.
Headlights available for the following Acura TSX years: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2005, 2004, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 05, 04. This part is also sometimes called Acura TSX Headlights. We stock headlight parts for most Acura models including TL, MDX, RDX, RSX, Integra, TLX, ILX, CL, Legend, RL and SLX.