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2003-2006 Mercedes Benz S Class W220 DEPO Bi-Xenon Model OEM Replacement Projector Headlight

$489.95

Billable Weight: 63.0 lb

• Out of stock

Product type: Lighting

Manufacturer: DEPO


Fitment

• 2003-2006 Mercedes Benz W220 S-Class 4 Door Sedan (for Factory Bi-Xenon Models)

Features

• Perfect OEM replacement set for your original headlight that is damaged, faded that you simply need to replace them. Just fractional of the cost of what the MBZ dealer would charge on this.

• Built-In Fog Light feature just like stock.

• Headlight set features Bi-Xenon Projector Lens.

• This headlight set includes Auto-Leveling Motor for factory Bi-Xenon setup, so if you originally have factory xenon with auto-leveling, you will retain that feature.

• Optional Genuine Xenon Bulbs - If your stock xenon bulbs are damaged, burnt out, or simply used for long time that wish to change, look no further, we sell genuine xenon HID D2S bulbs here to do a direct replacement of your stock bulbs while you will only pay 1/4 of what the dealer would charge you.

Contents

• 2 Pieces Set (Left + Right) - Made by DEPO (ISO 2001 Certified Company - Excellent Quality!)

Condition

• Brand New - 100% Never Been Used.

Notes

• No Bulbs are included from Manufacturer - Headlights uses D2S (High/Low) / H7 (Halogen High Beam) / H1 (Fog Light) / PY21W (Signal) / W5W (Parking Light).
• You must re-use your OEM Factory Ballasts to complete the Low Beam HID setup.
• This set will not fit on Halogen model nor 2000-2002 Models.

Make Model Engine Years
MERCEDES-BENZ S350 4 DOOR SEDAN 2006-2006
MERCEDES-BENZ S430 4 DOOR SEDAN 2003-2006
MERCEDES-BENZ S500 4 DOOR SEDAN 2003-2006
MERCEDES-BENZ S55 AMG 4 DOOR SEDAN 2003-2006
MERCEDES-BENZ S600 4 DOOR SEDAN 2003-2006
MERCEDES-BENZ S65 AMG 4 DOOR SEDAN 2003-2006


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Installed a set of these on post-facelift MB [****]

Two years ago, I bought a pair of these for our Mercedes-Benz S600 TT, model year 2003 (post-facelift). You really do need to buy the bi-xenon version for the post-facelift bi-xenon cars due to the wiring harness in the car itself. I compared it to some headlight assemblies that I refurbished with new Morimoto E46 projectors, as well as a pair of DEPO pre-facelift W220 headlight assemblies. It's almost like you don't even need the halogen high-beams, because the bi-xenon high beam setting is so bright on the road.

These bi-xenon assemblies work well. The included projectors are comparable to the Morimoto E46's, which themselves are very bright. This is good when you're in deer country and there isn't a lot of lighting on the road. I used Osram 66240 D2S bulbs, i. e. the good stuff (Philips and Jahn bulbs are also very good choices). It's basically plug 'n' play with these headlight assemblies. They look just like the factory Bosch headlights, and yes, they do have the auto-leveling motor installed if you have an AIRmatic car.

One thing to note is that plugging the wiring harness all the way into the plugs on the DEPO headlight can be a challenge the first time, due to a somewhat tight fit. But it gets easier after the first time, and in any case, they do fit securely. Just something to be aware of. If you don't know about this, you might wonder why you get erratic behavior from the headlights when you think they're plugged in all the way, but aren't quite yet. Once they're plugged in all the way, though, they work flawlessly.

The other nice thing about these headlight assemblies is that they use the standard rubber for the wiring insulation, the kind that does *not* disintegrate. Here's why I point that out. The original factory headight assemblies used a wiring insulation formulation that was supposed to be eco-friendly, which normally would be a good thing. Unfortunately, that formulation becomes brittle and crumbles by the time the headlamps are about 13-15 years old. That exposes the copper wiring inside and is thus very dangerous. DEPO uses the regular formation that lasts for decades without problems, so that electrical hazard goes bye-bye.

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Cowboy T
Installed a set of these on post-facelift MB [****]

Two years ago, I bought a pair of these for our Mercedes-Benz S600 TT, model year 2003 (post-facelift). You really do need to buy the bi-xenon version for the post-facelift bi-xenon cars due to the wiring harness in the car itself. I compared it to some headlight assemblies that I refurbished with new Morimoto E46 projectors, as well as a pair of DEPO pre-facelift W220 headlight assemblies. It's almost like you don't even need the halogen high-beams, because the bi-xenon high beam setting is so bright on the road.

These bi-xenon assemblies work well. The included projectors are comparable to the Morimoto E46's, which themselves are very bright. This is good when you're in deer country and there isn't a lot of lighting on the road. I used Osram 66240 D2S bulbs, i. e. the good stuff (Philips and Jahn bulbs are also very good choices). It's basically plug 'n' play with these headlight assemblies. They look just like the factory Bosch headlights, and yes, they do have the auto-leveling motor installed if you have an AIRmatic car.

One thing to note is that plugging the wiring harness all the way into the plugs on the DEPO headlight can be a challenge the first time, due to a somewhat tight fit. But it gets easier after the first time, and in any case, they do fit securely. Just something to be aware of. If you don't know about this, you might wonder why you get erratic behavior from the headlights when you think they're plugged in all the way, but aren't quite yet. Once they're plugged in all the way, though, they work flawlessly.

The other nice thing about these headlight assemblies is that they use the standard rubber for the wiring insulation, the kind that does *not* disintegrate. Here's why I point that out. The original factory headight assemblies used a wiring insulation formulation that was supposed to be eco-friendly, which normally would be a good thing. Unfortunately, that formulation becomes brittle and crumbles by the time the headlamps are about 13-15 years old. That exposes the copper wiring inside and is thus very dangerous. DEPO uses the regular formation that lasts for decades without problems, so that electrical hazard goes bye-bye.