Scion xB Tail Lights
Clearly indicate your position to other drivers with these replacement taillights and assemblies for your Scion xB. While maintaining perfectly functioning taillights is an important courtesy to others on the road, the right taillights can also evoke your unique preferences as a driver. Find the taillights that are ideal for your xB in our selection.What are the benefits of LED taillights?
Small, sleek, and sophisticated, LED lighting is a technology that seems more science fiction than science fact. Yet Scion xB owners can benefit from this advanced lighting technology in a variety of ways. LED taillights take up a fraction of the electricity necessary to power conventional bulbs. LED diodes are also compact and rated to last up to an impressive 50,000 hours. They are also quite bright and reach their full brightness quickly.How do you install taillight bulbs in a Scion xB?
Installing a new bulb in your Scion xB taillights is simple. Follow these steps to replace the burnt-out bulb:
- Making sure your Scion is turned off and in park, then pop the rear hatch.
- Remove the panel covering the taillight assembly.
- Remove the taillight socket by turning it counterclockwise.
- The socket should now hang freely away from the assembly. Remove the old light.
- Insert the new bulb into the socket, reinsert the socket, and replace the panel to complete installation.
Rather than emitting the same red glow you see on every vehicle on the road, smoked taillights for your Scion are tinted to shine out in a stealthy manner. While smoked taillights appear significantly darker on the road, they actually produce just as many lumens as any other set of car taillights.How do you install taillight assemblies in a Scion xB?
Installing a new taillight assembly in your Scion xB is a moderately complex task that should take less than half an hour to complete. Tools you’ll need are a socket wrench and a socket extender.
- Turn off the vehicle and open the back hatch, then remove the plastic access panel behind the taillight.
- Remove the two bolts found on the top and bottom of the assembly with your socket wrench.
- After disconnecting the electrical connectors, gently pull the old assembly away from the vehicle.
- Position the new assembly in place and secure it with the two bolts. Then, connect the electrical connector to complete installation.