Toyota Tacoma Daytime Running lights on Toyota Tacoma

Average mileage: 79,800 (40,600–119,000)
2 model years affected: 2008, 2010
3 people reported this problem
2 people shared problem details
2008 Toyota Tacoma40,600
Both amber lenses in headlights are cracked due to daylight running lights.
1 person likes thisFlag inappropiate
Running lights crack but headlight housing does not allow replacement of just daylight running lens. The entire front headlight assembly has to be replaced. Approximately $900 OEM repair. After market lights range from $150/pair to $400/pair for top of the line HID lights. Toyota charging $350 - $400 per light assembly and this is a manufacturing issue.
1 person likes thisFlag inappropiate
Related Items:
The amber front running lights, located in the head light assembly may melt or crack their lens...
check engine light came on and i checked all the fluids everything is fine, what could it be?
Bought a Brand new 2013 Tacoma double Cad 4x4 TRD and while driving, its bumpy and also the dri...
replaced brake light switch check all lights and input to abs computer/modulator the light come...

Related Content