Car Light Bulbs
LED Strip Lights & LED Bars
LED Home Lighting
LED Landscape Lighting
Off Road LED Light Bars
LED Auxiliary Work Lights
Commercial Truck LED Lights
Emergency Vehicle & Strobe Lights
LED Accent Lighting
Motorcycle LED Lights
RV LED Lights
Boat LED Lights
LED Flashlights & Flashlight Bulbs
LED Grow Lights & Aquarium Lights
Industrial LED Lighting
Commercial LED Lighting
Hotel & Casino Lighting
Our Vehicle Bulb Finder is a quick and easy way to locate LED bulbs for your 2012 Nissan Leaf. Whether you're searching for replacements for burned-out or dim incandescents or if you simply crave the long-lasting, energy-efficient, instant lighting that LED bulbs provide, we've got you covered. It is wise to double check the Bulb Finder versus your vehicle, as a vehicle may come with different bulbs if equipped with a certain option or trim level.
Click a location to view its replacement bulbs.
Tap a location to view its replacement bulbs.
Front Exterior LED Bulbs
This location has multiple potential replacement bulbs.
Select your car's submodel or existing stock bulb:
Stock #: 3457NAK
Stock #: 3157-SCK
Some vehicles require special SCK (SRCK=Red, SACK=Amber) Bulbs.
Whether or not these special SCK bulbs are required depend on your socket, specifically, the location of the ground terminals. We do not currently have all information in regards to the specific vehicle models requiring these bulbs. However, you can use the following information as a reference:
Possible Vehicles requiring special 3157-SRCK (Red) bulbs, NOT our 3157 bulbs:
1988-1999 (Old Body Style) Chevy and GMC full size trucks & SUVs center tail lamp bulbs
(Our 3157 bulbs can be used for top tail lamp bulbs)
1995-2001 Cavalier and Sunfire tail lamp bulbs
1992-1998 Grand Am tail lamp bulbs
2004-2007 Dodge Ram truck tail lamp bulbs
Possible Vehicles requiring 3157-SACK (Amber) bulbs, NOT our 3157 bulbs:
Toyota Tundra front turn signals
You can manually check your socket by comparing it to the following image:
Rear Exterior LED Bulbs
Interior LED Bulbs
Flashers and Load Resistors
LED lighting draws much less power and lasts much longer than standard incandescent lighting. The lower current draw will cause what is known as hyperflashing, where the LED bulb will blink faster than the stock bulb. This can be fixed with a flasher or load resistor. Read more here.