I have a 2005 scion xB and am needing to replace the headlights and one of the wiring harnesses.

I have seen on places like amazon and other sites for OE head lights, but I cannot seem to find anything relating to the wiring harness needed for those lights.

My driver side headlight wire is snapped and needs to be replaced. I am no expert, but I figured I could just splice a new wire connector on the existing one without having to replace the entire wire.

The car is completely stock, but I don't have an owners manual. How can I determine what type of connector/wire I need to replace the damaged one?

Here is a link for the headlights that I am going to purchase. Headlights

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You can repin the connector or most auto parts stores will sell a replacement harness connector that you can crimp or solder on.

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ECH LS6235

The xB takes a 9003 bulb.

  • I like the Dorman parts better p/n 84790. They have a rubber boot. The above style works but can corrode in areas were salt is used. Apr 16, 2016 at 6:37

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