Toyota Highlander Bulb Size

2019 Toyota Highlander ChartBulb Number
Headlight Bulb High Beam
Headlight Bulb Low Beam
Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb
Brake Light Bulb
Turn Signal Light Bulb Front
License Plate Light Bulb
License Plate Light Bulb
Parking Light Bulb
Tail Light Bulb
Daytime Running Light Bulb
Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear
Back Up Reverse Light Bulb
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
Side Marker Light Bulb Rear
Trunk or Cargo Area Light
Trunk or Cargo Area Light
Dome Light Bulb
Dome Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb
Interior Door Light Bulb
Interior Door Light Bulb
Courtesy Light Bulb

The Toyota Highlander has been in production since January 2001. It is also sold in other countries as the Toyota Kluger. The car was the first mid-size crossover to be based on a sedan – the Toyota Camry. With it came halogen headlights that have since been upgraded to LEDs in the latest models.

Bulb types used in headlights

The Toyota Highlander comes with a 9006 bulb for its high beam headlights and an H11 bulb for its low beam headlights. Toyota installed LED bulbs for the fog lights, brake lights, taillights, and rear side marker lights.

Upgrading from the factory bulbs to the aftermarket led/hid

Replacing your old halogen bulbs with aftermarket LED or HID headlights helps to effectively switch out yellow and dull beams for some white, bright light. You end up with brighter headlights that improve your vision while driving at night.

Advantages of upgrading headlights from halogen to LED/HID

  1. Helps to make your car look distinctive and bolder.
  2. Improves your vision on the road, making driving safer.
  3. LEDs and HIDs last longer compared to halogen bulbs.
  4. Reduces the dazzling effect on oncoming traffic.
  5. LEDs and HIDs consume less electrical power and produce brighter light.

How to choose the correct bulb size for led/hid car lamp

Feel free to scroll down the page and check out the Toyota Highlander light bulb replacement chart.

There are other methods you can use to determine the size of the bulbs fitted in your car’s headlights. These methods are listed below:

  • Checking your original bulbs

To find out what size of bulb you should get, take a look at your old bulbs after removing them from the headlight assembly for their size/part pattern. Bulbs normally have their sizes indicated on them.

  • Check your vehicle’s manual

Your vehicle’s manual is probably lying in a glove box somewhere accumulating dust. It’s one of the most important resources you have when you need to make replacements on your car. Look for a section on bulb sizes when you need to upgrade your bulbs. You may find it under Vehicle Maintenance.

  • Contact your vehicle manufacturer

Call your vehicle dealership or manufacturer to find out what bulb sizes you should get for your car. All you need to do is give them your car’s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). You should find it indicated on your dashboard, driver seat or door panel.

Installing new bulbs

  1. Locate the headlight assembly through the engine compartment.
  2. Unplug the wires that deliver power to the assembly.
  3. Remove the rubber grommet.
  4. Unscrew the old bulb and remove it.
  5. Clean your new bulb and install it.
  6. Return the rubber grommet to its position and plug the wires back.
  7. Test your bulbs to find out if they work.

Additional equipment that you may need

When installing HID bulbs, you may need to have:

  1. Alcohol tissues and wipes to clean the new bulb.
  2. A screwdriver

Q&A Section

Does Toyota Highlander have LED headlights?

The 2019 Toyota Highlander comes with factory halogen headlights accompanied by LED Daytime Running lights (DRL) and LED fog lights.

Where are the headlight adjustment screws?

You should find the adjustment screws for the Toyota Highlander at the top or side of the headlight assembly. They are clearly marked. If you can’t find them, consult your vehicle manual.


  • Fourth generation (XU70; 2019–present)
  • Third generation (XU50; 2013–present)
  • Second generation (XU40; 2007–2013)
  • First generation (XU20; 2000–2007)

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