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Flexible all-terrain vehicles like your terrain-mastering Nissan Titan were intended for rough use wherever you go but in return they need timely maintenance and quality parts to continue dominating life's mountains. A Nissan Titan is ready to dominate any challenge, but must have first-rate quality aftermarket and OEM parts to be able to go to where you're headed. When an issue comes up or a component must be replaced, avoid the temptation to scrimp with a low-grade component. Your Nissan Titan is meant to have efficiency-optimized parts to meet all challenges with every ounce of power available. For years consumers have believed in Nissan to manufacturer reliable cars that are known for good gas mileage. For vehicles that offer protection, dependability, and superior quality, vehicle buyers turn to Nissan. Your Nissan was made with quality and expertise; it should get new components with the same top level of reliability. Lacking a functioning Nissan Titan Headlight on the car can be a source of danger to yourself as well as everyone else. Different types of Nissan Titan Headlights are made, which can be obtained at most auto parts retailers; these include High Intensity Discharge in addition to halogen models. A Nissan Titan Headlight adds more safety whenever driving in the dark. Avoid needless hazards in your traveling by checking that your car or truck has the safety components that you want. The law requires your vehicle to possess all required safety-oriented components, for example working lights and brake components - avoid traffic tickets and accidents by owning all the correct gear. To get a high level of performance from your vehicle, remember that great parts make for outstanding performance - and we carry the parts you need. A Nissan is a capital investment that you ought to enhance with the best parts. For a high level of service out of your vehicle, remember that great parts create outstanding performance - has the parts you need.

Nissan Titan Headlight They are available for the following Nissan Titan years: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 19, 18, 17, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04. This part is also sometimes called Nissan Titan Headlights. We stock headlight parts for most Nissan models including Altima, Sentra, Maxima, Frontier, Pathfinder, Xterra, Versa, Rogue, Murano, Quest, 350Z, Armada, D21, Versa Note, NV2500, Juke, NV200, Cube, 240SX, 370Z, 300ZX, NV1500, Pickup, 200SX, Rogue Sport, NV3500, Rogue Select, Titan XD, 280ZX, Kicks, 240Z, Pathfinder Armada, 280Z, Leaf, Stanza, B210, Pulsar NX, 720, 260Z and Micra.

We stock these Headlight brands for the Nissan Titan: Action Crash, Anzo, DIY Solutions, TYC, Brock and Dorman.

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A powerful headlight tops off the performance traits of your pickup truck. When a headlight goes out, driving becomes very difficult in the dark or in bad weather. You can get into an accident or hit something that damages your truck or hurts someone. Headlights are required by the law, so a police officer can stop you and hand over a ticket for not fixing them. There are many reasons for failure. Whatever the case, restoring your front lighting will allow you to drive safely and with peace of mind once again.

Why Headlights Go Out

Their parts age like any other component in your vehicle. A common reason for a headlight to be out is the Nissan Titan headlight bulb. Any bulb can burn out after a while, but improper installation or the wrong bulb can cause it to fail sooner. Handling a new bulb with bare skin will shorten its life, because oils will cause hot spots that cause premature damage. Socket, connector, and wire corrosion affects headlights as well. You also want to be aware of moisture entry, which can short out electronics. This is often caused by cracks in the lens or housing of the headlight assembly. Either replace the assembly or the lens because any defects in the surface can reduce the amount of light output. If the headlights are dimming or flickering, check for faulty connections or potential battery or charging system problems.

How Many Feet Away from a Vehicle Should You Dim Your Lights?

If you have your Nissan Titan Halo headlights on high beams, they should be dimmed within 1,000 feet of any other vehicle. The rule is different when following a vehicle. If you're behind somebody, the headlights should be turned down by 500 feet.

Why Are My Headlights Not Working?

Other reasons for headlights not to work include blown fuses and bad relays. These are simple to fix. Sometimes, a headlight problem is elusive because it doesn't seem to be coming from the bulb or assembly. A faulty switch can be the culprit too. Find the root of the problem and even your Nissan Titan LED headlight bulbs will work at their full capacity again.

High Beams vs. Low Beams

Today's electrical headlamps include high and low beams. The high beams direct light straight ahead so you can see farther. Glare is usually too much for other motorists to see well and drive safely. Also, upward light isn't controlled so the reflection off water droplets in rain, fog, or snow can be distracting. Low beams, on the other hand, are designed to manage upward light and direct light beams down and to the right. By undercutting the moisture, they increase visibility.

Headlight Costs

A standard headlight for the vehicle costs $120 or less. Prices do vary based on brand and headlight type. Nissan Titan LED headlights can go for much more than regular ones. Shop at and you can save a bundle on new headlights or even on an upgrade. Our low overhead means we can sell automotive parts and accessories, via an online catalog and secure shopping system, at rock bottom prices.

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Reviewer: Jim in Kernersville NC

the fit and match was excellent. No issues with installation or the function. Will continue to purchase additional products from Parts Geek! Very Pleased.

2006 Nissan Titan Headlight Assembly

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Reviewer: melvin riley

was very pleased, and with the time it took to come thanks

2004 Nissan Titan Headlight Assembly

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Reviewer: Nice looking part!

This part was great looking and looks just like the one that was originally there.

2005 Nissan Titan Headlight Assembly

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Reviewer: Chirs

Parts Geek is not only extremely professional but the customer service team is extremely helpful on all their products they sell for both of my vehicles. They made sure the parts were verified to fit my vehicle and that the parts I orders arrived as prommised. Very pleased on how easy is to order oline awesome experience.

2004 Nissan Titan Headlight Assembly

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Reviewer: sent new in box

Product was a driverside headlight sent in a well protected box in perfect condition

2011 Nissan Titan Headlight Assembly

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Reviewer: headlight kit

The product arrived in good condition and on time. I was going to order a fender liner and another small part but my order was for $48.00 but the total was $169.00. I feel that is a little much for shipping and handeling

2004 Nissan Titan Headlight Assembly