Replacing the headlight bulb on a 2003–2009 Toyota Sienna is an easy task that falls in the DIY category.
There are two bulbs located in the headlight assembly called Low-beam and High-beam.
Both bulbs are located behind the headlight assembly and replaced the same way.
Below are the steps with screenshots to replace them; as always, if in doubt, take your vehicle to a professional.
Headlight Bulb Types 2004–2009 Toyota Sienna
- Low Beam 9006
- High Beam 9005
No tools are needed when replacing the headlight bulb on a 2004–2009 Toyota Sienna new bulbs.
Tools are usually only needed if there is corrosion on the vehicle.
Example 2003–2009 Toyota Sienna Low Beam 9006 Headlight Bulb on Amazon
Philips 9006 VisionPlus Upgrade Headlight Bulb with up to 60% More Vision, 2 Pack
Example 2003–2009 Toyota Sienna High Beam 9005 Headlight Bulb on Amazon
Philips Automotive Lighting 9005 VisionPlus Upgraded Headlight with up to 60% More Vision, 2 Pack
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 Headlight Bulb 2004–2009 Toyota Sienna
- Open the hood and locate the bulb behind the headlight assembly.
- Remove the electrical plug by pushing in the tab and pulling it out.
- Remove the bulb by turning it counter-clockwise.
- Insert the new bulb and turn it clockwise to lock it into place.
- Reattach the electrical plug.
- Test the light, which should now work.
It is not difficult to replace the headlight bulb on a 2004–2009 Toyota Sienna but call a knowledgeable friend or professional if in doubt.
Different climates can age cars differently, which can affect bolts being rusted or other possible problems.
A vehicle that was in an accident may also have some type of unforeseen problem.
Remember not to touch the bulb itself with your hands as it will cause a hot spot that burns the bulb out faster than usual.
Have you had any issues replacing a burnt-out headlight bulb on a 2004–2009 Toyota Sienna? Let us know in the comments below.
I think the low and high beam numbers in this post are switched. The 9006 is for the high beam; the 9005 is for the low beam. Figuring this out after buying 2 different 9006 bulbs that do not fit in the low beam of my 2005 Toyota Siena.
Thats strange everyone has the headlight bulbs for 2004-2010 2nd gen Sienna listed as:
Low Beam Headlight 9006
High Beam Headlight 9005