Vehicles That Use 9004 Headlamps

by Lynn Rademacher

The 9004 headlamps were commonly used in cars and sport utility vehicles that were produced by Toyota in the early to mid-1990s. This head light is a single bulb head light and can produce a white or blue tone. The color of the light is determined by the color of the 9004 headlamp lens. Toyota manufactured vehicles that used the 9004 headlamps include the Camry, 4Runner and Tercel.

1991 Toyota Camry

The 1991 Toyota Camry was manufactured with 9004 headlamps. The 1991 Camry is a four-door sedan passenger vehicle. The 1991 Camry has an automatic transmission with a standard overdrive. The engine that powers the 1991 Toyota Camry has 115 horsepower and can provide up to 5,200 rpm. The base fuel performance of the 1991 Toyota Camry is 26 miles per gallon of gas during city driving and 34 miles per gallon during highway driving conditions. The 1991 Toyota Camry was priced at $12,198 brand new.

1995 Toyota 4Runner

The 1995 Toyota 4Runner is a sport utility vehicle that was equipped with the 9004 headlights. Equipped with a V6, 3 liter engine the 1995 Toyota 4Runner has enough power to navigate off road obstacles as well as pull light trailers. The anti-lock braking system helps the driver to maintain control of the Toyota 4Runner while driving on adverse road conditions. The spare tire that is stored under the body of the 1995 Toyota 4Runner is a full-size rim and tire. The suspension on the 1995 Toyota 4Runner is built to allow smooth highway driving or to maintain control while going over rough off road terrain.

1996 Toyota Tercel

The 1996 Toyota Tercel is another member of the Toyota car family that uses the 9004 headlamps. The 1996 model of the Toyota Tercel is a economy-size sedan with a four-cylinder engine under the hood. The automatic transmission of the 1996 Tercel makes driving the car simple since the driver doesn't need to shift gears. The suspension system of the 1996 Toyota Tercel is made for on-road driving and could suffer damage if driven over rough terrain. The spare wheel that is included with the 1996 Tercel is stored in the trunk of the car and is not a full-size spare.

About the Author

Lynn Rademacher started writing in 2001, covering technology, family and finance topics. Her writing has appeared in "Unique Magazine" and the "Ortonville Independent," among other publications. Rademacher holds a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication from South Dakota State University.

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