Audi D3s Oem Gen4 Xenon Ballast Original 8ko941597e Audi A5 B8 A5 S4 A6 on 2040-parts.com
Kearny, New Jersey, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Front, Left, Right
Manufacturer Part Number:8KO941597E
Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan
Other Part Number:Mitsubishi GEN4 D3S/D3R
Mitsubishi GEN4 D3S/D3R Xenon / H.I.D headlight OEM GEN4 Ballast
This listing is for a D3S Xenon HID BALLAST for most of newer models of AUDI A3, A4, A5, A6 headlight assemblies, which use D3S HID lighting system.
The part# for this ballast is '8KO.941.597'
These ballasts come original equipment on HID equipped cars such as the 09 A6 A5
*****These are Real OEM Mistubishi headlight ballast. This is NOT aftermarket replicas.*****
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