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1994 Toyota 4Runner Headlights
- 1994 TOYOTA 4RUNNER
1994 Toyota 4Runner 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic
My Headlights wont turn on. I know that the bulbs havent blown because when I flash the headlights the lights turn on. I also checked the fuses and none of them have blown.
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1994 Toyota 4Runner
Xenon HID Headlights+
LED Headlights - Astro Series+
LED Headlights - Cosmo Series+
LED Headlights - Nova Series+
Front Exterior Lighting+
Rear Exterior Lighting+
Interior & Courtesy Lighting+
Headlight Change 1990-1995 Toyota 4Runner
1. Getting Started - Prepare for the repair
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2. Open the Hood - How to pop the hood and prop it open
3. Remove Bulb - Steps to remove a burnt out bulb
4. Helpful Hints - How to find replacement bulb type and other hints
What would you like your bulbs to do? See ClearerUpgrade To LEDHID Style
Consider a premium bulb like the Silverstar Ultra with a specially designed filament, proprietary gas mixture and lamp coating for the best downroad lighting. Learn more about Silverstar Ultra.
Upgrade your fog lights to LED with a direct install option that will connect easily to your car’s existing bulb housing. Sylvania has an option with aviation grade aluminum body and a turbo cooled fan. Check out Sylvania LEDs.
Consider a bulb like the zXe with a proprietary Xenon gas mixture to match the white light of HID lights for the brightest headlight and added clarity. More information on zXe bulbs.
5. Replace Bulb - Procedures to replace the new bulb
6. More Info. - Additional information on headlights
The video above shows you to replace the headlight in your 1994 Toyota 4Runner. Headlights grow dimmer by up to 20% over time and eventually burn out - for this reason, we recommend changing your headlights in pairs. Changing both headlight bulbs on your 4Runner at the same time will allow both bulbs to have the same intensity and prevent the new headlight bulb from appearing brighter than the bulb on the opposite side. In some Toyotas, the highbeam is the same bulb as the headlight and it is possible for the highbeam to work, but the headlight be burnt out even if they are the same bulb (and vise versa). Some Toyotas have high intensity discharge headlights, sometimes referred to as xenon lights. These bulbs have a very high voltage that runs through them, even if the battery is disconnected. If your 4Runner has this type of bulb, we do not recommend that you attempt to change it yourself.
When you change the headlight on your 4Runner, it is important to not touch the glass part of the bulb with your fingers because the oil from your fingertips will cause that part of the bulb to burn hotter, which significantly shortens the life of the bulb.
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4runner headlight 1994
|10-01-2017, 12:35 AM|
2nd Gen Headlights
Thought I'd share a little insight on the composite headlights for the 92-95 4Runners.
I've seen a lot of posts where people have retrofit projectors into their housings. They work great, but I didn't want to have a small circle of light in a big rectangular housing. I also couldn't keep driving with the junk the truck came with.
I picked up a set of Depo Crystal Chrome Headlightsthat are direct replacements for European trucks. The optics and cutoffs are left hand drive with right hand traffic.
I also picked up a set of the GTR Lighting GEN 3 Ultra Series LED H4 Bulbs. They are definitely pricey, but well worth it! The LED chips on the bulbs almost perfectly emulate the filaments in a regular H4 halogen, and they output a ridiculous 1800 effective Lumens per bulb.
So... I can finally see everything, and I'm not blinding oncoming traffic!
1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD 3.Slow Auto
|10-04-2017, 10:01 PM|
Should have posted a pic of the cut offs. Here are the low beams.
1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD 3.Slow Auto
|10-05-2017, 09:05 AM|
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: West Jordan, UT
Real Name: Ben
Just added to my list of wants. Thanks for the info!
1992 3.0 Auto - First Project -Sold-
1995 3.0 Manual - Second Project - Sold-
2018 TRD ORP Barcelona Red
|10-05-2017, 04:29 PM|
Join Date: Nov 2013
I am running the same housings..my cut off is not nearly as well defined, I am running a different set of LED bulbs.
Last edited by Dropzone; 10-05-2017 at 04:31 PM.
|10-05-2017, 05:00 PM|
I got mine here: Headlight Revolution - GTR Lighting GEN 3 LED Headlight Bulbs
This company has TONS of fantastic info, reviews and legit comparisons about lighting so I chose to buy from them rather than direct from GTR Lighting.
All I had to do was get adapters wire to convert our 9004 connectors to the H4 connectors. The set was $10 on ebay.
Here are some examples of the reviews I was talking about on HR:
2014+ Toyota Tundra LED Headlight Bulbs | Headlight Revolution
15 Brands LED Headlight Bulb Shoot-Out! Which one's the best?
GTR Lighting Gen 3 @ 19:32
1994 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD 3.Slow Auto
|10-05-2017, 05:21 PM|
You're welcome! These are my old housings. I'll get a pic of the new ones on the truck after I get home.
The driver's was a little cloudy, and the passenger side had a broken mounting tab on the back on top. The spring is on the bottom causing it to always aim down.
There were a couple factors in changing them to something new rather than the OEM parts. The 9004 bulbs and parabolic reflectors are just old, crappy tech. The filaments are vertical in those bulbs, and very close to each other. The high beam filament is in focus in the dish, but the low beam is slightly out of focus, up and to the left. That makes the low beam pattern shine down and to the right. Light is scattered all over the place using this reflector whether on low or high beam, especially in combination with the fluted glass lens.
I knew if I wanted better light output I would need a more modern reflector design. I could have retrofitted some HID projectors in my current housings, but I still had the fluted glass to scatter the light. So, new housings were a must. Now the question was bulbs.
I studied and considered The ultimate headlight upgrade (not LED or HID)thread on tacomaworld.com, but didn't want to run HOT, 90w halogens with so many watts drawing on my system, even with a harness upgrade and relay. I knew I wanted LED because of the power savings, and I finally found the GTRs after watching so many awesome and informative videos by Headlight Revolution.
The rest, as they say, is history.
|10-05-2017, 05:37 PM|
Finally... This was not a cheap thing to do. Between $189 for the housings (which did include a set of clear corners), $10 for the harness adapters, and $239 for the LED bulbs, I'm out $438!
I had seriously considered swapping the grill to the 90-91 style that used the sealed beam headlights.
After that I would have installed a set of JW Speaker 8900 Evolutionheadlights, but they are $450 a set, before I even change out the grill and buckets.
I do like the look of the newer grill and aero headlights vs. the older style. This option was less than the JW Speakers anyway. I believe it is also cheaper, or about the same, as retrofitting HIDs in after you factor that I would have to buy the clear housings anyway.
All-in-all, I'm really happy with the upgrade. I feel like I got the best possible for the money. And, at the end of the day, $400 in lights is cheap insurance vs. repairing a truck with harder and harder to find parts after hitting an animal on a dark road at night.
Last edited by djelectron; 10-06-2017 at 11:35 AM. Reason: Forgot a part
|10-06-2017, 08:09 AM|
Here's a shot of the lights installed.
|10-16-2017, 06:10 PM|
Join Date: Nov 2013
I had the truck lite LED's mounted in my old 81 Trekker. I absolutely loved the output, nice even white light. I accumulated the parts (buckets, grill etc) to mount a similar set in the 94. I tackled it a week or so ago. Mounting the buckets turned out to be more work than i wanted to tackle since I didn't want to half ass it. I had heard from more than one source that it would require swapping the core supports. Not worth it to me.
Returned the headlights and bought a set of the GTR bulbs like you had. Cost was relatively close. I already have the housing like you have.
|10-22-2017, 12:59 PM|
Join Date: Nov 2013
GTR bulbs came in saturday morning, installed them that afternoon
the usual PITA pulling the grill off etc
2017-10-21_05-23-41by ocdropzone, on Flickr
old LED compared to the new. The GTR is definately better built
2017-10-21_05-24-00by ocdropzone, on Flickr
old beam pattern
2017-10-21_05-24-36by ocdropzone, on Flickr
new beam pattern, much better and well defined compared to the old one
2017-10-21_05-24-20by ocdropzone, on Flickr
pattern is different from what @djelectrongot
did you remove the center deflector before you installed the lights? or is this just a matter of me getting the beam pattern adjusted a little better?
4runner headlightby ocdropzone, on Flickr
|10-22-2017, 02:15 PM|
Tell me about it. Didn't realize just how annoying my bull bar would be. Had to loosen all the bolts so it would drop forward and down an inch before I could just barely bend and scrape the grill out and then back in after.
I didn't remove the reflector. I think your pattern is pretty close to mine. I think you're a bit closer to the garage door than in my pic. If you back up a few feet I think yours would be pretty close. Same flat driver's side and same up-angled passenger as you. Plus, my phone shoots in HDR mode. I think that throws off the comparison between ours. I will get a non-HDR shot tonight.
How is the pattern on the road? On mine, I get great light forward and to the sides. What isn't so bright is the first 10 feet or so. Byproduct of no up or down-facing leds I think. My lights far outshine other cars on the road, but their plain old lights are brighter on the pavement from the bumper and out maybe 10-20 feet. Mine do put light there, but not as much. I don't mind tho since all of my light is going to where I need it the most - down the road. Are you seeing the same on the road?
|10-22-2017, 03:03 PM|
Join Date: Nov 2013
awesome, thanks for the quick response. Output is way better than what I had before, better defined but it was sort of hard to tell because it was raining pretty good on my way to work this morning. Hopefully it will be a little drier on the way home tonight.
Price point was about what I would have had into doing the truck lites again.
Great first impression.
|02-02-2020, 12:46 PM|
Join Date: Dec 2019
Where did you find the housing? I googled/searched everywhere but I cannot find the bucket, trim, housing, bezel to switch over to 5x7 LEDs.
|02-03-2020, 10:45 PM|
Join Date: Nov 2013
ebay for the
depo housings that he used (which are not the 5x7's)
DEPO Crystal GLASS Lens Headlights + Corner Lights For 1992-1995 Toyota 4Runner | eBay
for the 5x7's you can find the headlight buckets on amazon or ebay
or you can try these used parts sources for everything
Dave'z Off Road Performance - Specializing in Toyota Trucks
Used OEM Toyota Auto, Truck and Suv Parts Recycling
Toyo Kings, Inc.
there used to be a couple of great toyota yards in colorado for used parts.
any of the classifieds sections on toyota forums like marlin crawler, yotatech, t4r etc
the parts can also be from 89-95 trucks (3rd gen) keep in mind that 90-91 (same on 89-95 trucks) side marker lights are different from 92-95
|02-04-2020, 02:34 PM|
Join Date: Dec 2019
So I bought these 7x5s to fit in my 1995 4runner (2nd Gen, SR5 V6):
I tried all those websites, but could not find just the bucket to fit my grille. Looks like I will have to switch to a different grille...?! Would the 89-95 truck grille fit my 4runner, with little to no adjustments? Or what would you recommend?
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1994 Toyota 4Runner Light Bulb Size Guide
Question: Which 1994 Toyota 4Runner light bulb do I need? What light bulb replacement size do I need to change car bulb?
That’s where a 1994 Toyota 4Runner light bulb size guide helps. A light bulb size guide is a list of all 1994 Toyota 4Runner light bulb sizes. It shows every light bulb part number you need to replace a light bulb. Knowing your 1994 Toyota 4Runner bulb sizes makes changing your light bulb fast and easy.
The best headlight bulbs help you see the road and help others see you. Make it easy to change your headlights by knowing your 1994 Toyota 4Runner headlight bulb size. Find the 1994 Toyota 4Runner headlight bulb type you need for your low beam or high beam below.
|Low Beam Headlight Bulb Size||9004|
|Low Beam LED Headlight Bulb Size||9004 LED|
|High Beam Headlight Bulb Size||9004|
|High Beam LED Headlight Bulb Size||9004 LED|
Even if you have the brightest headlight bulbs, fog lights help you see more clearly at night and during foggy conditions. Make sure to replace your 1994 Toyota 4Runner fog light bulb if it’s not working. Find your 1994 Toyota 4Runner fog light bulb size below and drive more safely!
Before you drive, always check to see that your 1994 Toyota 4Runner brake light bulb is working. Having a working 1994 Toyota 4Runner brake light bulb will prevent car accidents and alert other drivers of slowing traffic. Make sure your third brake light bulb is functional and bright. It’s the first thing other drivers see when you’re slowing down. Find your brake light bulb size below.
|Brake Light Bulb Size||1157|
|LED Brake Light Bulb Size||1157 LED|
|Third Brake Light Bulb Size||921|
|LED Third Brake Light Bulb Size||921 LED|
Your 1994 Toyota 4Runner tail lights help other drivers see you, especially at night time. Having a bright 1994 Toyota 4Runner tail light bulb will help keep you safe and visible. Find your tail light bulb size below.
|Tail Light Bulb Size||7443|
|LED Tail Light Bulb Size||7443 LED|
Your front turn signal light bulb and rear turn signal light bulb are important in telling other drivers if you’re making a turn. Your 1994 Toyota 4Runner front side marker light bulb and 1994 Toyota 4Runner rear side marker light bulb shows drivers next to you when you’re changing lanes. Having working turn signal bulbs and side marker light bulbs will keep other drivers aware of your movements. Find the 1994 Toyota 4Runner turn signal bulb size you need below.
|Front Side Marker Light Bulb Size||168|
|Front Side Marker LED Light Bulb Size||168 LED|
|Front Turn Signal Light Bulb Size||1156|
|Front Turn Signal LED Light Bulb Size||1156 LED|
|Rear Side Marker Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Rear Side Marker LED Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Rear Turn Signal Light Bulb Size||1156|
|Rear Turn Signal LED Light Bulb Size||1156 LED|
Your 1994 Toyota 4Runner license plate light bulb, 1994 Toyota 4Runner reverse light bulb and 1994 Toyota 4Runner parking light bulb are just a few of the car light bulbs that keep you driving safely. Always replace your worn out 1994 Toyota 4Runner light bulb right away. Find the 1994 Toyota 4Runner light bulb size you need below.
|Back Up Light Bulb Size||921|
|Cargo Light Bulb Size||DE3175|
|Check Engine Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Cornering Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Courtesy Light Bulb Size||DE3021 or DE3022 or DE3175|
|Daytime Running Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Door Mirror Illumination Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Dome Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Engine Compartment Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Footwell Light Bulb Size||LED Light|
|Glove Box Light Bulb Size||74|
|High Beam Indicator Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Ignition Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Instrument Panel Light Bulb Size||194|
|Interior Door Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|License Plate Light Bulb Size||168|
|Luggage Compartment Light Bulb Size||DE3175|
|Map Light Bulb Size||DE3022|
|Parking Brake Indicator Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Parking Light Bulb Size||168|
|Radio Display Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Rear Fog Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Rear Reading Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Reverse Light Bulb Size||921|
|Seat Belt Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Stepwell Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Trunk Light Bulb Size||DE3175|
|Turn Signal Indicator Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Under Hood Light Bulb Size||N/A|
|Vanity Mirror Light Bulb Size||N/A|
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