This pair of Aftermarket Toyota Prius Head Lamp Low Beam Bulbs is from Nokya's Cosmic White series. This must be a recall. Not thinking much of it, I replaced the bulb. As the light source is approached, the images converge on the center actual light source, going from three one false above and below to eventually one image when the light source is very close such as a car passing, going in the opposite direction. The 2013 Toyota Prius needs a bulb for each. I told them that statement tells me there is a defect in the wiring or electrical system, and the fix should be paid for by Toyota under a recall notice. Remove any components obstructing access to the rear of the headlight.
I no sooner replace one and the other one or the same one goes out again. When you need to replace the headlight, turning signal or parking light bulb on your 2011 Toyota Prius, finding out what the replacement size you need can be a time consuming task. Have to use brights to see. If one or both of your headlights are not working, make sure that that the electronic connectors are properly connected and not loose. It is most noticeable and distracting with headlights approaching from the opposite direction at night especially a dark night on a dark road. I am used to the replacement bulbs that do both high and low. The vehicle was repaired; however, the failure recurred two years later where both headlights failed.
The contact stated that the passenger's side head light suddenly failed as the driver's side headlight became dim. This coating is a modern reinvention of their Arctic White color which made them famous. A few days ago, one of my headlights went out, so I replaced both figuring that if one went out, the other could well be close behind. This is completely unacceptable and dangerous for a commuter vehicle. However, if you do not feel comfortable carrying out the above steps on your own, a professional mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, can come to your home or place of business to for you at a.
D bulb along with the traditional halogen. This time the dealer told me Toyota has a wiring solution that would extend the life of the headlights, but that I would have to pay for it. I have noted that Prius owners have been complaining of this same issue since 2007 and a recall had happened in 2011 for earlier year cars. Though they are widely distributed throughout the industry, and their quality rivals that of the German and Japanese lighting giants, they do almost no marketing, instead pouring every dollar into the development and optimization of their Head Light Bulb line. On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 1 different trusted brands of Low Beam Headlight Bulb products for the 2011 Toyota Prius. I couldn't even tell my headlights were on. Upon return to the vehicle approximately 15 minutes later, neither low beam functioned, requiring an extended night drive with high beams fully functional.
What a shame, such a nice car otherwise!!! Issue begins with driver's side light going out and then the passenger side light is too dim for use at night. When they are not functioning properly - usually due to a burned-out bulb - visibility is not only reduced for the driver in the vehicle, but also the visibility of the vehicle itself to other drivers on the road. Currently there is a Class Action Suit just for this problem. The approximate failure mileage was 62,000. By using a mirror type finish along with a light ion coating to clean up the light, these Toyota Prius High Beam Headlamp Replacement Bulbs produce a very clean white light that from certain angles shows tints of brilliant violet and red.
These Toyota Prius Head Lamp Replacement bulbs are from Nokya's Arctic White coating line. Toyota Prius Yellow light is remarkable in that it actually provides more visibility than traditional light from clear bulbs. This pair of Toyota Prius aftermarket Head Light High Beam Bulbs is from Nokya's Arctic Yellow Bulb Line. Now my right head light is foggy and always has condensation! Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. The problem is not just changing the headlight every one or two months but the problem is safety, on highway once the light goes down. Shut off car and headlight and smoke stop.
It has been doing this for the past year now and occurs about three of four times a year. On every occasion, the dealer told me the bulbs were burned out. Very close to driving off road into ditch. It appears that if one bulb burns out, both headlights fail to work, possibly due to the other headlight shorting out the working headlight. This happens in unpredictable circumstances including after long operation or after having just started the vehicle - inconsistent. Upon examination the next day, both low beams bulbs were burned out and replaced. Kept both head light off, got home and did not use the car for a few months.
In this step-by-step guide, we will cover how to replace both the driver and passenger side headlight bulbs in a. Step 4: Install the new headlight bulb. For the most part, replacing the headlight bulbs on a Toyota Prius is a straightforward procedure that requires very few tools. Or at all but instead i had to pull over n change em back out to my originals. Had several other Prius that never required replacement. Since that time I have had to replace the headlights three times. Approximately 6 months later, the passenger side headlight burned out.