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Nissan Titan Bulbs

By 19.01.2022February 16th, 2022Cars, Lamps

The Best Nissan Titan Car Bulbs

What main light and fog light bulbs do I need for my Nissan Titan? We have gathered all the detailed information about the types and sockets of bulbs for Nissan Titan in this review.

Nissan Titan Light Bulb Guide


How To Choose Headlight Bulb for Nissan Titan?

The most popular bulbs used in lighting your Nissan Titan are halogen bulbs, HID xenon, and LED bulbs. Different generation Nissan Titan models will have their own bulb size.

The Nissan manufacturer recommends replacing Nissan Titan bulbs every few years, as their efficiency will deteriorate by several percent over time. There are several types of bulbs used in the Nissan Titan. Which Nissan Titan headlight bulbs to use, we have described in this review.

Hikari LED Bulb

Hikari LED Headlights Conversion Kit

Product information:

  • 6500 Kelvin
  • 10000 Lumens
  • 50000 hours lifespan

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Nissan Titan Bulb Size

Nissan Titan (2008- 2009)

  • Dipped Beam (Headlight) – HB4 (9006)
  • Full/High Beam (Headlight Flasher) – HB3 (9005)

Nissan Titan (2004- 2007)

  • Dipped Beam (Headlight) – HB4 (9006)
  • Full/High Beam (Headlight Flasher) – HB3 (9005)

Nissan Titan Headlight Bulbs (Low Beam / Dipped Beam)

Nissan Titan (2008 – 2009): HB4 (9006) Bulbs
Nissan Titan (2004 – 2007): HB4 (9006) Bulbs

Dipped Beam Headlight

HIKARI Acme-X 9006 HB4 LED Bulbs

HIKARI Acme-X 9006 HB4 LED Ultra Brightness Bulbs

Product information:

  • 65000 Kelvin
  • +400% Brightness
  • +150% Extra Night Vision

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Best 9006 (HB4) Headlight Bulbs:

  • CougarMotor LED Bulbs All-in-One Conversion Kit 9006
  • SEALIGHT Scoparc 9006/HB4 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • AUXITO 9006 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • BEAMTECH 9006 LED Bulb HB1
  • NINEO 9006 HB4 LED Bulbs Kits
  • HIKARI Ultra 9006 HB4 LED Bulbs Conversion Kit
  • SYLVANIA 9006 XtraVision Halogen Headlight Bulb
  • Philips Automotive Lighting 9006 X-tremeVision
  • SYLVANIA 9006 SilverStar Headlight Bulb

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Nissan Titan Headlight Bulbs (High Beam / Headlight Flasher)

Nissan Titan (2008 – 2009): HB3 (9005) Bulbs
Nissan Titan (2004 – 2007): HB3 (9005) Bulbs

Full High Beam Headlight Flasher

The headlight bulb for low and high beam always shines at full power, and switching from low to the high beam is done either by turning the lamp itself or shifting the light barrier.

Fahren H4 9003 HB2 LED Headlight Bulbs

Fahren 9005/HB3/H10 LED Headlight Bulbs

Product information:

  • 6500 Kelvin
  • 10000 Lumens
  • 60W

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Best 9005 (HB3) Headlight Bulbs:

  • CougarMotor LED Bulbs All-in-One Conversion Kit 9005
  • SEALIGHT Scoparc 9005/HB3 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • AUXITO 9005 LED Headlight Bulbs
  • BEAMTECH 9005 LED Bulb, Extremely Brigh HB3 Conversion
  • NINEO 9005 HB3 LED Bulbs, Extremely Bright Conversion Kit
  • HIKARI Ultra 9005 HB3 LED Bulbs Conversion Kit
  • SYLVANIA 9005 XtraVision Halogen Headlight Bulb
  • NEWBROWN 9005 HB3 Halogen Headlight Bulb
  • Philips Automotive Lighting 9005 X-tremeVision
  • SYLVANIA 9005 SilverStar Headlight Bulb

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Nissan Titan Daytime Running Light Kits

Nissan Titan Dipped Beam (Headlight): LED kit

Daytime Running Light Kits

Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit

Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit

Product information:

  • 6000 Kelvin
  • Voltage 12V
  • H24 x W125 x D31 mm

★★★★★ 4,9 Rating

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Replacement LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL):

  • Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit
  • OSRAM LEDriving PX-5 DRL Kit
  • HELLA LED Slim Daytime Running Light Kit
  • OSRAM LEDriving LG DRL Kit
  • OSRAM LEDriving F1 Fog Kit

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Other lamps

  • Stop/Tail Lamp – P21W (382)
  • Rear Fog Lamp – P21W (382)
  • Reversing Lamp – P21W (382)
  • Front Indicator – PY21W (581)
  • Rear Indicator – PY21W (581)

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All our reviews bulbs are based only on expert assessments or practical experience with most of the lamps we consider. We always aim to ensure that our management is maximum independent.

Nissan Titan Generations

Nissan Titan 17 Generation (2021)

The new Titan is the first vehicle equipped with Nissan’s latest multimedia system, and it allows the truck to fully compete with the rest of the industry in size and performance. Standard on the Titan is an 8-inch high-definition touchscreen, the largest standard display in its class, and a 9-inch display is optional. Either one looks fantastic and finally features easy-to-use icons, standard Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.

Nissan Titan 16 Generation (2020)

In 2020, Nissan introduced two updated versions of the Titan, an extensive redesign of the truck with improvements to drivetrain, chassis, technology, safety, styling, and more.

Nissan Titan 15 Generation (2019)

Audiophiles will appreciate a newly available Fender premium stereo, and all Titans now have a 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity. Nissan’s Rear Door Alert, which reminds you to check the backseat, is now included on King Cab and crew-cab trucks.

Nissan Titan 14 Generation (2018)

For the first time in its relatively short lifespan, the Nissan Titan competes on equal footing with the major pickup players, but simply offering what the other guys have is not likely to pull buyers away from their favorites.

Nissan Titan 13 Generation (2017)

Thirteen years after its introduction, the Nissan Titan half-ton full-size pickup truck has received its first redesign in 2017, and it gets closer than ever to the market leaders with cab and bed-length options it previously lacked.

Nissan Titan 12 Generation (2015)

For 2015, the Titan with an extended wheelbase is no longer available. The interior door panel design has been changed and the set of options has been changed.

Nissan Titan 11 Generation (2014)

There were no significant changes to the Titan in 2014.

Nissan Titan 10 Generation (2013)

The 2013 redesigned tailgate features a rear spoiler and an available backup camera. Inside, all Titans received a new four-spoke steering wheel and sliding sun visor extensions. The PRO-4X model has undergone more significant changes, with updated exterior graphics, a satin chrome grille, darker wheel trim, and front skid plate. Inside, new white stitching and new logos.

Nissan Titan 9 Generation (2012)

A new Sport Appearance Package is offered for SV trims and includes 20-inch dark-silver painted wheels, a darkened grille, body-colored bumpers, black step rails, and special graphics, among other features.

Nissan Titan 8 Generation (2011)

The biggest change for the 2011 Titan is all-new model names. The entry-level XE, middle-of-the-road SE, and upscale LE trims have been renamed S, SV, and SL, respectively. The PRO-4X off-road identifier is unchanged.

Nissan Titan 7 Generation (2010)

All Titans have a standard 5.6-liter V-8 engine and five-speed automatic transmission, and the only cab styles available are an extended King Cab and a four-door crew cab. The interior comes in five- or six-seat layouts and beds range from 5.6 to 7.3 feet; last year’s 8.2-foot bed, available on the King Cab, has been dropped. Most trims can have rear- or four-wheel drive, but the off-road PRO-4X comes only with four-wheel drive.

Nissan Titan 6 Generation (2009)

Most Titans have 18-inch steel or alloy wheels, while the LE upgrades to 20-inch alloys. Crew Cab beds measure 5 feet, 7 inches or 7 feet, 3 inches; King Cab beds measure 6 feet, 7 inches or 8 feet, 3 inches. That puts the Titan a hair past other light-duty pickups, whose beds max out just slightly over 8 feet.

Nissan Titan 5 Generation (2008)

For 2008, buyers finally get to choose the 8-foot bed that most other pickups offer. Unfortunately, the V-6 and single-cab versions are still MIA, which means that the cheapest level of interior trim costs about $8,000 more than the base Chevy Silverado or Ford F-150. Add to that a small reliability record, and the Titan doesn’t look like it’s going to be widely popular anytime soon.

Nissan Titan 4 Generation (2007)

For 2007, Nissan improved airflow to the Titan’s 5.6-liter V-8, resulting in 317 horsepower and 385 pounds-feet of torque, up from last year’s 305 hp and 379 pound-feet. It’s also equipped to run on regular or ethanol-based E85 fuel. A new Chrome Package includes unique exterior appointments.

Nissan Titan 3 Generation (2006)

Minor changes mark the 2006 Titan, including two new exterior colors: Majestic Blue and Graphite. A Tow Package is available for XE models, while Crew Cab SE models can be fitted with a sunroof. Dual-zone climate control is standard in LE Titans.

Nissan Titan 2 Generation (2005)

With the launch of the Titan, Nissan joined the full-size pickup truck ranks. Seriously big, the Titan competes against the domestically built trucks from Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, and GMC, which have virtually owned the full-size segment for decades.

Nissan Titan 1 Generation (2004)

Wide front fenders and blistered cargo-box sides help to convey the sensation of bigness. At 224.2 inches long overall and sporting a 6.5-foot cargo bed, the Titan King Cab is 3.8 inches shorter than the extended-cab 2004 Ford F-150 pickup equipped with a bed of the same length.

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