Nissan Titan Bulb Size

2019 Nissan Titan ChartBulb Number
Fog Light Bulb Front
H11 LED
Fog Light Bulb Front
H16 LED
Headlight Bulb High Beam
9005
Headlight Bulb Low Beam(with LED headlights)
LED
Headlight Bulb Low Beam(with halogen headlights)
H11
Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb
LED
Brake Light Bulb
921
Turn Signal Light Bulb Front
7444NA
License Plate Light Bulb
LED
Tail Light Bulb
3057R
Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear
3057
Back Up Reverse Light Bulb
921
Parking Light Bulb(with LED headlights)
LED
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
2825
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
98
Stepwell Light Bulb
158
Parking Light Bulb(with halogen headlights)
7444NA
Glove Box Light Bulb
2721
Trunk or Cargo Area Light
LED
Dome Light Bulb
DE3175
Map Light Bulb
DE3175
Door Mirror Illumination Light Bulb
LED

The American car manufacturers are not the only ones making great trucks. Nissan’s Titan is an excellent combination of a big truck with Japanese reliability. As much as they are reliable, something will need to be replaced eventually, like the light bulbs.

To be able to replace the bulbs on your Titan successfully, you need to have the correct sizes. The table included in this article will help you that.

Reasons for wanting to replace a light bulb on a Nissan Titan

You would be looking at two reasons for wanting to replace the light bulbs on your Titan.

The first and most important one is to have all your lights working. In time, bulbs break down and do not work anymore, something that can be very dangerous if we are talking about an exterior light, such as headlights. For that reason, you must replace the broken bulb immediately. Also, a broken license plate bulb may get you a ticket, because your plate is not clearly visible at night.

The second reason is for upgrading the outdated bulbs. Replacing your HID or halogen bulbs with LEDs will give your vehicle a more modern look.

Is there an advantage to replacing the old bulbs with LED?

There are a few, and all of them are worth it.

The main reason to upgrade your existing bulbs with LEDs is how long the new ones will last. LED bulbs are much more long-lasting than HID or halogen bulbs meaning that once you install them, they will be running for years.

Combining lower power consumption and brighter light makes the LEDs an excellent choice. Reducing the power consumption on the light bulbs will ease the strain on your alternator, so indirectly you will be prolonging its lifespan. Regarding the luminosity, having brighter shining LEDs on the headlights means that the road will be more visible at night, so it is another advantage to replace your old bulbs with LEDs.

Replacing the headlight bulbs on a Nissan Titan

The steps for replacing the bulbs are simple, but not traditional as may think.

Open the hood, disconnect the power from the battery, and close the hood. The bulbs will need to be replaced from the wheel arch. Remove the plastic in front of the tire held by a few plastic clips and look up. Grab the back of the connector and turn it clockwise and pull it back. Remove the bulb with the casing from the socket and replace it.

Can I find replacement kits for all bulbs on my Titan?

Yes, there are a lot of manufacturers that will sell you LED replacement kits for all exterior and interior lights.

How to change the other bulbs on my Titan?

Almost all bulbs are replaced similarly, find the bulb, disconnect it, and replace it. For the exact steps, follow your vehicle’s manual.

  • Second generation (H61; 2016–present)
  • First generation (A60; 2003–2015)

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