D1S - OSRAM XENARC 66140 OEM HID BULBS 4300K 35W (Pack of 2)
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Are you looking for Authentic OEM quality D1S HID (High-Intensity Discharge) Xenon bulb as a replacement?
Is it time to change headlight for your car or truck?? Osram 66140 D1S HID xenon bulbs are the OEM headlight bulbs used by most automobile manufacturers. Osram 66140 D1S HID xenon bulbs functions for low beam, and the Bi-Xenon headlights, both High and low beam. Made in Germany, no other brands can match the quality and the longevity of Osram 66140 D1S HID xenon bulbs. DOT compliant, Osram 66140 D1S bulbs have a good balance between the brightness (Approx. 3200 lm) and the color temperature (Up to 4300 K)
HIDCONCEPT.COM offers the best price in the market, and we always recommend installing the HID bulbs in pairs for your car. The Osram 66140 HID xenon bulbs in this listing have 11-digit batch number stickers. The listing below is the consumer package Osram 66140 with the 7-Digit Trust Code.
D1S - OSRAM OEM Original XENARC HID Bulb w/ Trust Code 4300K 35W 66140
100% Authentic OSRAM product made in Germany
Retails for over $175+ at major dealerships `
Compatible Manufacturer Part Number
Audi: N10566103 (Replaces N 10566101; N10566103; N10-566-103; N10566101)
BMW/Mini: 63-21-7-217-509 (Replaces 63-21-7-160-807, 63-21-7-162-862)
GM Buick: 19369521 (Replaces 19351942)
Chevrolet: 13503430 (Replaces 13503387)
Hyundai Kia: 18647-35006
Mopar Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep: 4865941AC (Replaces 4865941AA, 4865941AB, 68055686AA, 68194142AA)
Volkswagen: N-105-661-03 (Replaces N-107-218-01, N-107-218-05)
|Color temp. (K)||Up to 4300K|
|Luminous flux||appx. 3200lm|
|Manufacturer part number (MPN)||66140 (compatible with any D1S including
66144, 66141, 66142, 66143, 66146)
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