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By YOUCANIC on Jun 17, 2019

How to change High Beam Light Bulb on Nissan Quest 2011-2017

In this tutorial, you will learn how to replace the high beam light bulb on a Nissan Quest.

Changing the high beam bulb (also called brights) on a Nissan Quest is simple and straightforward.

What you will need

Nissan Quest High Beam Bulb Type

  • HB3 60W
    • Stock bulbs are Halogen but you can also upgrade to LED.


Step 1

Park your Nissan Quest. Turn off the engine and get ready to change the high beam bulb. Verify your lights are turned off.

how to change the light bulb on Nissan Quest

Step 2

Pull the hood release located under the dashboard on the driver's side.

Step 3

Identify the high beam light bulb on your Nissan Quest.

Location of high beam light bulb brights on Nissan Quest 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Step 4

Access the back of the Quest headlight. In some cases, it may be easier to remove the headlight. It is not always necessary. Remove the black plastic cover to access your Quest high beam bulb.

How to replace Nissan Quest bright light bulb

Step 5

Unplug the wiring harness from the high beam bulb. Remove the bulb from the headlight socket.

Step 6

Install the new high beam bulb in the headlight of your Quest.

Nissan Quest install high beam   light bulb  


  1. Do not use extreme force to remove light bulb as the glass may break and cause injuries. 
  2. Follow vehicle recommendations on the type of light bulb and wattage to use. 
  3. Use gloves when handling light bulbs. Oil from our hands can be transferred to bulb surfaces.
  4. Carefully dispose old light bulbs. It is recommended to wrap them first in thick paper to prevent injury or cuts in case the glass breaks

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