Cadillac CTS 2003, SilverStar Backup/Reverse Light Bulbs by Sylvania®, 1 Pair. Increase the visibility and brilliance of your vehicle's light bulb with a SilverStar Mini halogen bulb that increase brightness by up to 30%, whiteness by up to 20%, and outward/peripheral reach by 10% over most OEM equipment. Sylvania replacement bulbs are built to fine, exacting tolerances and fit like original equipment for the long term.
|Bulb Size: S8|
|Primary Voltage (Volt): 12.8|
|Primary Power (Watt): 26.88|
|Secondary Power (Watt): 3|
|Primary Light Output (MSCP): 32|
|Primary Light Output (Lumen): 402|
|Secondary Light Output (Lumen): 38|
|Primary Color Temperature (Kelvin): 2800|
|Primary Filament Life (hours): 250|
|Replaces OE Bulbs #: 3357, 3457, 3454NA, 3757A, 3047, 4057, 4157, 3057A, 4157NA|
- 100% street legal
- Sylvania's best combination of whiteness and brightness available in their product line
- Bulbs and bulb sockets are built to fine, exacting tolerances to fit like original equipment and install just as easily with no modifications
Replace your factory bulbs with a Sylvania SilverStar Mini filament-type incandescent bulb and gain up to 30% more brightness, up to 20% whiter color, and up to 10% outward reach compared to OEM equipment. When you consider how these bulbs make you more visible to all others, Sylvania's advanced engineering, century of experience, and high-quality manufacturing make them the obvious choice for safety. Sylvania SilverStar Mini bulbs are designed to match the shape and size of your original factory bulbs, so installation is as easy as snapping them into place and plugging in wire connectors.
Sylvania was originally founded in 1931, specializing in the development and manufacturing of vacuum tubes and radio transceivers. The company emerged on the forefront of lighting technology with the introduction of the first florescent lighting tube in 1939, and followed by branching into consumer electronics such as television sets, radios, camera flashbulbs, and more. In 1959, Sylvania merged with General Telephone to form General Telephone and Electronics (GTE). During the following decades, Sylvania expanded their product lineup into automotive lighting applications and began cutting edge work on fiberoptics. In 1993, Sylvania merged with German lighting company Osram (founded in 1919) to form the Osram Sylvania name that is known today. Today, Osram Sylvania has United States headquarters and manufacturing in Hillsboro, NH and has become the world's largest manufacturer of automotive lighting equipment as well as products that illuminate homes and commercial applications. Odds are better than average of finding the Sylvania name on bulbs and lighting systems on OEM equipment from most automotive manufacturers around the globe. With almost 200 years of combined lighting experience between the two companies, Osram Sylvania is the only name you need to know when it comes to automotive lighting. CARiD is proud to offer the best values you'll find on Sylvania automotive replacement bulbs for your headlights, taillights, exterior lights, and interior lights that offer superior illumination while matching OEM size and shape for easy installation.