Toyota Yaris: Replacing light bulbs - Electrical components - Do-it-youself maintenance - Toyota Yaris XP90 2005–2010 Owner's ManualToyota Yaris: Replacing light bulbs

The following illustrations show how to gain access to the bulbs. When replacing a bulb, make sure the ignition switch and light switch are off. Use bulbs with the wattage ratings given in the table.

The high mounted stoplight consists of a number of LEDs. If any of the LEDs burn out, take your vehicle to your Toyota dealer to have the light replaced.

CAUTION.

To prevent burning yourself, do not replace the light bulbs while they are hot.

Halogen bulbs have pressurized gas inside and require special handling.

They can burst or shatter if scratched or dropped. Hold a bulb only by its plastic or metal case.

Do not touch the glass part of a bulb with bare hands.

NOTICE.

Only use a bulb of the listed type.

The inside of the lens of exterior lights such as headlights may temporarily fog up when the lens becomes wet in the rain or in a car wash. This is not a problem because the fogging is caused by the temperature difference between the outside and inside of the lens, just like the windshield fogs up in the rain. However, if there is a large drop of water on the inside of the lens, or if there is water pooled inside the light, contact your Toyota dealer.

*: Side turn signal lights should be replaced as an assembly.

*: Side turn signal lights should be replaced as an assembly.

A: HB2 halogen bulbs.

B: H11 halogen bulbs.

C: Single end bulbs.

D: Single end bulbs (amber).

E: Wedge base bulbs.

F: Wedge base bulbs (amber).

G: Double end bulbs.

—Headlights

1. Open the hood. Unplug the connector.

1. Open the hood. Unplug the connector.

Remove the rubber cover.

If the connector is tight, wiggle it.

2. Release the bulb retaining spring and remove the bulb. Install a new bulb

2. Release the bulb retaining spring and remove the bulb. Install a new bulb and the bulb retaining spring.

To install a bulb, align the tabs of the bulb with the cutouts of the mounting hole.

3. Install the rubber cover as shown and fit it securely on the boss. Plug

3. Install the rubber cover as shown and fit it securely on the boss. Plug in the connector.

Make sure the rubber cover fits securely on the connector and the headlight body.

Aiming is not necessary after replacing the bulb. When aiming adjustment is necessary, contact your Toyota dealer.

—Front fog, front side marker lights and LED type high mounted stoplight

If either the left or right front fog, front side marker lights or LED type high mounted stoplight burns out, contact your Toyota dealer.

NOTICE.

Do not try to replace the front fog or front side marker lights by yourself.

You may damage the vehicle.

—Parking lights

—Front turn signal lights

—Front turn signal lights

—Side turn signal lights

—Side turn signal lights

—Tail/stop and rear side marker, rear turn signal and back-up lights

—Tail/stop and rear side marker, rear turn signal and back-up lights

a: Tail/stop and rear side marker lights.

a: Tail/stop and rear side marker lights.

b: Rear turn signal light.

c: Back-up lights.

—License plate lights

Use a flathead screwdriver.

Use a flathead screwdriver.

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