See the fitment chart below to find the correct HID headlight or fog light for your Cadillac model. If you can’t find a bulb for your model or have any questions, please submit a vehicle fitment form and we’ll try our best to find the right bulb type for you.
|Model||Year||Low Beam||High Beam||Fog Light||Notes||OEM HID|
|Cadillac DEVILLE & CONCOURS||94-99||9006||9005||N/A|
|Cadillac SEVILLE & STS||92-99||9006||9005||N/A|
|Cadillac SEVILLE & STS||00-07||9006||9005||H10|
|* The bulb listed in the low beam column is a dual filament bulb that contains both high/low beams.|
|X This vehicle has an HID option, check owners manual to ensure correct bulb type.|
Cadillac is General Motors’ premium automotive line, built and marketed to compete with Mercedes-Benz and BMW. The company was named after the French explorer who founded Detroit, Michigan in 1701, and his coat of arms serves as the company’s logo today.
From its earliest years, Cadillac was known for its precision engineering and stylish luxury finishes. It was named Motor Trend magazine’s very first “Car of the Year” in 1949 for its innovative overhead valve V8 engine. Cadillac was the first to incorporate an electrical system enabling starting, ignition, and lighting, and also the first to introduce an all-steel roof on a passenger car -- before that, car roofs had been made out of fabric-covered wood. Seriously.
Cadillac’s current vehicle lineup includes the ATS Coupe; ATS, CTS, XTS Sedans; SRX Crossover; and ESV Escalade. Want your Cadillac to be the best of the best? Consider upgrading to HID headlights for your luxury car today.