The Best Lincoln Navigator Car Bulbs
What main light and fog light bulbs do I need for my Lincoln Navigator? We have gathered all the detailed information about the types and sockets of bulbs for Lincoln Navigator in this review.
Lincoln Navigator Light Bulb Guide
How To Choose Headlight Bulb for Lincoln Navigator?
The most popular bulbs used in lighting your Lincoln Navigator are halogen bulbs, HID xenon, and LED bulbs. Different generation Lincoln Navigator models will have their own bulb size.
The Lincoln manufacturer recommends replacing Lincoln Navigator bulbs every few years, as their efficiency will deteriorate by several percent over time. There are several types of bulbs used in the Lincoln Navigator. Which Lincoln Navigator headlight bulbs to use, we have described in this review.
Lincoln Navigator (2003 – 2006)
- Dipped Beam (Headlight) – HB4 (9006)
- Full/High Beam (Headlight Flasher) – HB3 (9005)
- Side/Parking Lamp W5W (501)
Lincoln Navigator Headlight Bulbs (Low Beam / Dipped Beam)
Lincoln Navigator (2003 – 2006): HB4 (9006) Bulbs
Best 9006 (HB4) Headlight Bulbs:
- CougarMotor LED Bulbs All-in-One Conversion Kit 9006
- SEALIGHT Scoparc 9006/HB4 LED Headlight Bulbs
- AUXITO 9006 LED Headlight Bulbs
- BEAMTECH 9006 LED Bulb HB1
- NINEO 9006 HB4 LED Bulbs Kits
- HIKARI Ultra 9006 HB4 LED Bulbs Conversion Kit
- SYLVANIA 9006 XtraVision Halogen Headlight Bulb
- Philips Automotive Lighting 9006 X-tremeVision
- SYLVANIA 9006 SilverStar Headlight Bulb
Lincoln Navigator Headlight Bulbs (High Beam / Headlight Flasher)
Lincoln Navigator (2003 – 2006): HB3 (9005) Bulbs
The headlight bulb for low and high beam always shines at full power, and switching from low to the high beam is done either by turning the lamp itself or shifting the light barrier.
Best 9005 (HB3) Headlight Bulbs:
- CougarMotor LED Bulbs All-in-One Conversion Kit 9005
- SEALIGHT Scoparc 9005/HB3 LED Headlight Bulbs
- AUXITO 9005 LED Headlight Bulbs
- BEAMTECH 9005 LED Bulb, Extremely Brigh HB3 Conversion
- NINEO 9005 HB3 LED Bulbs, Extremely Bright Conversion Kit
- HIKARI Ultra 9005 HB3 LED Bulbs Conversion Kit
- SYLVANIA 9005 XtraVision Halogen Headlight Bulb
- NEWBROWN 9005 HB3 Halogen Headlight Bulb
- Philips Automotive Lighting 9005 X-tremeVision
- SYLVANIA 9005 SilverStar Headlight Bulb
Lincoln Navigator Side/Parking Lamp
Lincoln Navigator Sidelight : W5W (501)
Lincoln Navigator Daytime Running Light Kits
Lincoln Navigator Dipped Beam (Headlight): LED kit
Replacement LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL):
- Philips Daylight 9 DRL Kit
- OSRAM LEDriving PX-5 DRL Kit
- HELLA LED Slim Daytime Running Light Kit
- OSRAM LEDriving LG DRL Kit
- OSRAM LEDriving F1 Fog Kit
- Stop/Tail Lamp – P21W (382)
- Rear Fog Lamp – P21W (382)
- Reversing Lamp – P21W (382)
- Front Indicator – PY21W (581)
- Rear Indicator – PY21W (581)
All our reviews bulbs are based only on expert assessments or practical experience with most of the lamps we consider. We always aim to ensure that our management is maximum independent.
Lincoln Navigator Generations
Lincoln Navigator 24 Generation (2021)
The Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV with seven or eight seats, depending on the second-row configuration. It is powered by a standard 450-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 engine that works with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive versions are available, and if you need extra space, Lincoln sells a long-wheelbase version called the Navigator L.
Lincoln Navigator 23 Generation (2020)
New standard features include an adaptive suspension, power running boards, a phone-based key, and heated and ventilated front seats. Automatic high-beam headlights are now standard and part of the Lincoln Co-Pilot360 safety system.
Lincoln Navigator 22 Generation (2019)
There are no significant changes this year.
Lincoln Navigator 21 Generation (2018)
It’s been more than a decade since Lincoln Motor Company last redesigned the Navigator, and some long-overdue changes for 2018 modernize it inside and out, including a luxurious exterior, a new twin-turbocharged engine, and a sleek new multimedia system. There’s also an extended version we haven’t used yet, called the Navigator L, its extra length increases cargo capacity
Lincoln Navigator 20 Generation (2017)
Navigator’s wide range of technological features is also astounding. The standard multimedia system is equipped with the latest version of Ford’s Sync system, Sync 3, and has Apple Car Play and Android Auto compatibility as standard.
Lincoln Navigator 19 Generation (2016)
There are no significant changes.
Lincoln Navigator 18 Generation (2015)
Lincoln has significantly updated the Navigator for the 2015 model year with new styling and a new twin-turbocharged V-6 engine that replaces the previous V-8.
Lincoln Navigator 17 Generation (2014)
There are no significant changes.
Lincoln Navigator 16 Generation (2013)
There are no significant changes for 2013.
Lincoln Navigator 15 Generation (2012)
The 2012 Navigator is now offered with Sync AppLink, which allows voice control of certain smartphone applications. Also, new are spotter mirrors to give the driver a better view of their blind spot.
Lincoln Navigator 14 Generation (2011)
A voice-controlled navigation system with HD radio technology and Sirius Travel Link is now standard instead of optional for the Navigator, which also gets free maintenance for the first 12 months or 15,000 miles.
Lincoln Navigator 13 Generation (2010)
The Navigator gains a few new features for 2010. The standard electronic stability system now boasts trailer-sway control, which can sense from the movement of the SUV if a trailer may be out of control and apply the brakes or reduce engine power. The Navigator also comes standard with Ford’s My Key system, which gives buyers the ability to set maximum speed and volume limits based on the key that’s in use — handy for parents sharing the Navigator with a teen driver. Power-lowering running boards are newly standard, too.
Lincoln Navigator 12 Generation (2009)
New standard features include Front Park Assist, Lincoln Sync, a capless fuel system, rain-sensing wipers, heated second-row seats, and a rearview camera system.
Lincoln Navigator 11 Generation (2008)
A big SUV is all about imposing looks and a powerful engine. The Navigator has no looks, but the 300-horsepower V-8 engine clearly lacks power, especially on takeoff.
Lincoln Navigator 10 Generation (2007)
In the interior, the Navigator has large, plush seats to greet the driver and passengers. There is a giant center armrest with belongings between the driver’s and front passenger’s seats, as well as an armrest separating the second-row seats.
Lincoln Navigator 9 Generation (2006)
Lincoln’s latest 5.4-liter eight-cylinder engine develops 300 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated to a ZF six-speed automatic transmission. With the right equipment, rear-wheel-drive models can tow up to 8,600 pounds.
Lincoln Navigator 8 Generation (2005)
The 2005 model received a six-speed automatic transmission that promised improved smooth shifting. A new 5.4-liter eight-cylinder engine with three valves per cylinder produced the same 300 horsepower as before, but output torque was increased. AdvanceTrac with roll stability control is now standard on all navigators.
Lincoln Navigator 7 Generation (2004)
The current model features four-wheel independent suspension and rack-and-pinion steering. Like its predecessor, the 2004 Navigator is essentially a dressed-up Ford Expedition.
Lincoln Navigator 6 Generation (2003)
The 2003 Navigator offers several exclusive power features not available on the new smaller Lincoln Aviator SUV. All-wheel-drive (2WD) and all-wheel-drive (4WD) Navigators will be offered in Luxury, Premium, and Ultimate trims.
Lincoln Navigator 5 Generation (2002)
New luxury and convenience features are part of the redesign. The power-retractable footrests available on the top model are advertised by the manufacturer as industry firsts, along with an optional power-retractable third-row seat that folds into the floor.
Lincoln Navigator 4 Generation (2001)
The roof and front door designs have been carried over from the previous model. But the fresh bodywork elsewhere adorns the original design and is said to offer better aerodynamics, cleaner surfaces, and a more dramatic look.
Lincoln Navigator 3 Generation (2000)
Standard equipment includes dual-zone automatic climate control, optional climate control for rear passengers, electric heated mirrors, a six-disc CD changer, and a memory system for the driver’s seat, mirrors, and brake and gas pedal pedals.