Replacing a Headlight Bulb on a Toyota Camry 2007-2011 is an easy task that most any DIYer can do.
There are 3 bulbs with the inner one the high beam and the center one the low beam. The outer one is the turn signal.
The inner and center headlight bulbs are replaced the same way and have the same replacement procedure.
Low-cost standard bulbs can be bought or better high performance one can be bought.
The low-cost units will work fine and are what comes with the Camry from the factory.
If you do a lot of night driving then the high performance ones may be a better option.
Headlight Bulb Type for 2007-2011 Toyota Camry
- H11 Bulb for Low-Beam
- 9005 Bulb for Hi-Beam
The 2007-2011 Toyota Camry uses a H11 bulb for the Low-Beam and a 9005 for the High-Beam.
9005 Hi-Beam Headlight Bulb on Amazon
Philips 9005B1 Standard Authentic Halogen Replacement Headlight Bulb,1 pack
H11 for Low-Beam Headlight Bulb on Amazon
Philips H11 Standard Halogen Replacement Headlight Bulb, 2 Pack
Toyota Camry 2007-2011 headlight Bulb Location
The driver side headlight bulbs are next to the battery.
The bulbs can be removed without taking the battery out although removing the battery makes it easier.
The passenger side headlight bulbs are easy to get to and nothing needs to be removed to get to them.
When replacing any headlight bulb be sure not to touch the bulb itself with your fingers, as oil from your hands can create a hot spot that shortens the life of the bulb.
How To Replace a Headlight Bulb Toyota Camry 2007-2011
- Turn the Bulb counter clockwise a quarter of a turn and pull it out.
- Press the tab on the electric plug and pull it out of the socket.
- After the old bad Bulb is removed install the new one.
- It will only go into place one way.
- Install it back into place and turn it clock wise to lock it in.
Replacing a headlight bulb or running lights on a 2007-2011 Toyota Camry is an easy task and most will have little to no problems.
Of course, always call a professional if needed.
Replacing the running lights is the same as replacing the headlight bulbs.
Be sure not to touch the bulbs themselves as oil from your hands can cause a hot spot that makes them burn out quicker.
No tools are required unless the battery is removed for better access.