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Philips 9145 Standard Halogen Headlight Bulb

Philips 9145 Standard Halogen Headlight Bulb


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Philips 9145 Standard Halogen Headlight Bulb

Philips 9145 Standard Halogen Headlight Bulb
  • Provides the same original equipment quality
  • Standard range offers an excellent value for every application
  • Guaranteed DOT, SAE, and ECE certification and homologation
  • Philips products are lead and mercury free
Philips Standard halogen headlight bulb, provides the same original equipment quality. Standard range offers an excellent value for every application. Available in: Halogen headlamp bulbs - Halogen sealed beam headlamps - Incandescent sealed beam headlamps - as well as Miniatures. Philips automotive lighting products bear the original equipment quality seal; Guaranteeing: High quality products for more safety - DOT, SAE, and ECE certification and homologation - Sustainability: lead and mercury-free products. Philips is committed to developing the most reliable, most effective and most cutting-edge automotive lighting solutions available today; Philips makes sure drivers needs for safety and comfort as well as sustainability and personal sty

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  1. 63 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Installs easily, works great., August 18, 2012
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    I already installed one side with the Philips 9006 headlight that I bought from Kmart in the past 1-2 years(?) for my T. Highlander. This time, rather than trekking out to the store, I just had Amazon deliver it me (for cheaper too!).

    At risk of making me look like an idiot, but for the benefit of someone else who is not super car-savvy:

    Initially when I tried to change the bulb, the headlight wouldn’t fit into the socket no matter what I did. Then I realized I was trying to change out the highbeam bulb… oops. When I replaced the correct lowbeam (regular headlight) bulb it fit just fine. There is a groove on the inside of the connector that insures that you can only replace a lowbeam with lowbeam (9006) and the same with highbeam (9005). So, even though I did this easily in the past, I guess I was having one of those moments. Only cost me an extra 10 minutes of bewilderment.

    Also, never touch the bulb itself with your bare hands as oil residue left the halogen bulb will shorten the lifespan of the bulb.

    Update July 2013: Bulb still works fine. The one bought from Kmart from a couple of years ago is also working.

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  2. 62 of 76 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect replacements for the 9006 bulb, December 14, 2011
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    I do a lot of night driving, especially in the winter. So, being able to see the road well is important. My 2010 Chevy Colorado uses the 9006 bulb, so when it was time to replace them, I began my search for the best 9006 replacement and stumbled upon the Philips 9012 HIR2. HID kits were considered, but with all of the problems people were having with ballast replacements and the fact they emit a huge amount of glare and are illegal in some areas made me shy away and I’m glad I did.

    First, let me say that the 9012 HIR2 bulb fits right into the 9006 socket with a slight tab modification. You can learn more about it by searching the web, but the mod takes about 10 seconds per bulb. The bases of the two types are interchangeable, so it’s truly plug and play. One thing to note about the 9012 HIR2’s is that they don’t have a blacked out tip like the 9006. So, before you order these, make sure your vehicle has a glare shield for the low beam lights. Otherwise, you’ll just end up blinding people with the glare.

    On paper, these bulbs look great compared to stock 9006 bulbs. 1850 lumens vs. 1000 stock, 3500k color vs. 3100 stock and these are rated at 1400 hours vs. anywhere between 700 and 1000 stock. These specifications are far superior to ANY stock or aftermarket 9006 bulb. And, when you buy the Philips 9012 HIR2 here on Amazon, they’re far less expensive than at other sites, and less expensive than lesser bulbs like the Sylvania Silverstars.

    So, how do they work in real world driving situations? Two words: they’re amazing! My stock 9006 bulbs provided about 2-3 seconds of light ahead of my truck while the 9012’s provide at least double that…critical time when you’re trying to spot deer. The beam spread is also far superior, lighting up areas that were dark before, like ditches, fields and such. The cutoff of the HIR2’s is also impressive. They completely fill the near field without blinding oncoming drivers. They’re so effective that I’ve found myself forgetting to turn my high beams on while driving in the country on on the highway at night.

    In short, this has been one of the best modifications I’ve done to my vehicle so far. Forget about doing a cheap HID kit conversion, as these will fit the bill. The Philips 9012 HIR2’s are a must buy for anyone considering them. You won’t be disappointed!

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  3. 37 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Quality control fail, July 14, 2012
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    T. Coldenhoff (Phoenix, AZ USA) –
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    I went through several of these bulbs in a couple month time period. I thought they kept blowing out. However, upon closer inspection, it turns out the bulb itself is perfectly fine. The problem is that the lead from the bulb to the metal holder that the bulb is attached to is not connected. Somehow the bulb leads are not properly soldered on and will eventually fail to make contact, resulting in an open circuit. I bent the leads slightly to make contact and reinstalled the light. Sure enough, it works fine. Phillips needs to check their manufacturing process a little more carefully.

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