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    Hella OE Bi-Xenon Headlamp Assembly

    Part # P8000318730HEL
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      Part No. P8000318730HEL

      Warranty Details (1 YR REPLACEMENT IF DEFECTIVE)

      OE part from original supplier; Exact same form, fit and function Xenon headlamps generate light based on the principle of gas discharge. The high voltage required to ignite the xenon gas: 20,000 volts: is generated by an electronic ballast. In bi-xenon headlamps, the low beam and high beam lights are generated with just one projection module, which is mechanically switched between low and high beams via a shutter in the headlamp. Since the light retains its color and intensity, the human eye perceives the illumination as unchanged. Compared to a halogen low beam, a xenon low beam is characterized by a brighter and more widely illuminated road. The range of the high beam is much greater, and the edges of the road are illuminated more clearly. The complete xenon system also includes a power wash system that keeps the headlamp cover lens clean so that the xenon light is directed onto the road and drivers of oncoming vehicles do not have to contend with added glare.

      Product Features:

      • 100 percent original equipment (OE) quality product
      • Provides 30 percent more visibility and reduced power consumption than conventional halogen
      • Integrated cleaning mechanisms ensure continuous cleanliness, allowing for optimized lighting without dazzling oncoming drivers

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