Last Update: Jan. 23, 2017, 5:14 a.m.

Which Bulbs Of Reversing Lamps For Audi R8.

Engine Engine code Year Base Power Voltage
4.2 CNDA 2013 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2012 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2011 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2010 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
BYH 2010 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2009 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2008 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2007 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
5.2 CTPA 2013 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2012 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
CMPA 2013 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2012 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2011 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
BUJ 2012 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2011 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2010 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2009 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
CTYA 2012 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2011 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2010 BAY9S 21 W 12 V
2009 BAY9S 21 W 12 V

Every driver must ensure optimal work of reverse light in Audi R8 5.2 and any other vehicle. Every car on the road including Audi R8 must have backup lights working. You certainly need the base BAY9S for replacing backup light bulb in R8. Standard and usual volt feature 12 V can produce 21 W of capacity in this bulb. In backup light Audi installed long lasting small bulbs for cars with engine code CTPA. It keeps you driving 5.2 engine vehicle produced in 2010 safe on the road.

Any other type won’t suit CTYA motor cars with volume 5.2, and don’t forget about 21 W max power. Disassembling the rear lamp in R8 5.2 is needed to change light bulb in Audi car. The first thing to do is purchase 12 V light bulb with fitting base BAY9S. You may avoid any troubles with 2012 Audi R8 lights going to service station.

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