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E39 (1997 - 2003)
The BMW 5-Series (E39 chassis) was introduced in the United States as a 1997 model year car and lasted until the 2004 when the E60 chassis was released. The United States saw several variations including the 525i, 528i, 530i and 540i. -- View the E39 Wiki

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Old 08-05-2011, 01:52 PM
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What is the best place to find a list of all the light bulbs in our various E39s?

Q: Do you know of better links for a cross reference of all bulbs in any particular BMW E39 (so we can better help others)?

Today, I pointed a user to the owners manual to find a list of the necessary interior bulbs:
- E39 (1997 - 2003) > E39 1998 interior bulb size?

Unfortunately, the OP replied that the owners manuals were of no use for identifying replacement bulbs.

I didn't look and, I guess, I could have gone to RealOEM, and, one by one, looked up each of the bulbs (which is what I do when "I" need a bulb) ... but, it was easier to just go to the bestlinks where I typed /bulb F3, to find, among others:
- Sylvania Bulbs replacement guide

This link 'seems' to list all the bulbs needed for any model BMW; but, it's apparently only a listing of Sylvania/Osram replacement part numbers.
  • Low beam headlamp H7
  • High beam headlamp H7
  • Stop light 7506
  • High mount stop light 7506
  • Fog/Driving light H8
  • License plate 6418
  • Back up light 7506
  • Parking light 64132
  • Front turn signal 3156A
  • Rear turn signal 7507
  • Tail light Assembly (?)
  • Rear sidemarker Assembly (?)
  • Glove box 6418
  • Map light 64113
  • Dome light 6411
  • Step/Courtesy light 64111
  • Trunk/Cargo area 6411
  • Instrument-general 2721
My question:
Q: Do you know of better links for a cross reference of all bulbs in any particular BMW E39 (so we can better help others)?

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Originally Posted by Sylvania
2002 BMW 500 Series (With halogen capsule headlamps)
Low beam headlamp
H7
H7SU SilverStar Ultra: The brightest and whitest light. Up to 50% brighter, up to 40% more downroad visibility and up to 50% more sideroad visibility.
H7ST SilverStar: The brighter and whiter light. Up to 35% brighter, up to 30% more downroad visibility and up to 35% more sideroad visibility.
H7EB EcoBright - Your Environmental Choice. Save Energy - Save Money. Up to 25% brighter light. CO2 reduced 9 to 21%. Gas savings $2 to $19.
H7XV XtraVision: The brighter light for upgraded performance. Up to 30% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.
H7CB Cool Blue: The whiter light for style. Up to 25% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.

High beam headlamp
H7
H7SU SilverStar Ultra: The brightest and whitest light. Up to 50% brighter, up to 40% more downroad visibility and up to 50% more sideroad visibility.
H7ST SilverStar: The brighter and whiter light. Up to 35% brighter, up to 30% more downroad visibility and up to 35% more sideroad visibility.
H7EB EcoBright - Your Environmental Choice. Save Energy - Save Money. Up to 25% brighter light. CO2 reduced 9 to 21%. Gas savings $2 to $19.
H7XV XtraVision: The brighter light for upgraded performance. Up to 30% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.
H7CB Cool Blue: The whiter light for style. Up to 25% brighter light and up to 25% more downroad visibility.

Parking light
64132

Front turn signal
3156A

Rear turn signal
7507
7507LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.
7506
7506ST SilverStar: The brighter, whiter signal light. Up to 30% brighter light, up to 20% whiter light and up to 10% farther and wider.
7506LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Tail light
Assembly

Stop light
7506
7506ST SilverStar: The brighter, whiter signal light. Up to 30% brighter light, up to 20% whiter light and up to 10% farther and wider.
7506LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

High mount stop light
7506
7506ST SilverStar: The brighter, whiter signal light. Up to 30% brighter light, up to 20% whiter light and up to 10% farther and wider.
7506LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Fog/Driving light
H8

License plate
6418
6418LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Back up light
7506
7506ST SilverStar: The brighter, whiter signal light. Up to 30% brighter light, up to 20% whiter light and up to 10% farther and wider.
7506LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Rear sidemarker
Assembly

Glove box
6418
6418LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Map light
64113

Dome light
6411
6411LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Step/Courtesy light
64111
6418
6418LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.
6486X

Trunk/Cargo area
6411
6411LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

Instrument-general
2721
2721LL SYLVANIA Long Life miniature bulbs perform twice as long as any standard miniature bulb. Designed for durability, lower maintenance and greater safety.

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These numbers are generic, sans alphabetic suffix, and can be used for other manufacturers. However, I've found that Osram bulbs have traditionally been manufactured in Yurrip, and have a stainless steel base, ideal to make the LKM satisfied.
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:07 PM
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For cross reference, this thread was posted today:
-> E39 (1997 - 2003) > Interior Lighting Headache

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Just purchased LED lights for the interior of my car. I did alot of research and was really excited about them coming. Should have known better. First of all I was under the impression that all the festoon bulbs were the same size. That is not the case. The puddle lights on each door, the 2 trunk lights and the glove box are all 36mm. The 4 mirror lights (two for each side), the front dome light, and the 2 rear (non-map) lights are 42mm.
So that's 7x36mm and 7x42mm festoons. Now for the map lights.
I posted a thread earlier asking about the map lights and didn't get any helpful responses. I was able to figure out that they are BA9S sockets, so I bought 4 4x3528 bulbs. Well when I went to install these lights I started up front. Replaced one map light, it didn't work. Tried it on the other side. Nothing. Tried all 4 bulbs in each socket up front. Nothing. Put the halogen lights back in and voila, light. So I moved on to the map lights in the back seat which work perfectly (same bulbs). Since I didn't have the right size festoon bulbs, I put the halogens back in the back seat as well.

So I went back today and installed all the bulbs that I could, the 4 doors and the trunk (we'll get to that too). I decided to try the front map lights again. Still nothing there, except for the fact that when I replaced them with the halogen lights, they stopped working too. So now I have to figure out why that happened. In addition, something similar happened in the trunk. For some reason, the light that goes in the actual trunk lid has no wires. I took the carpeted molding off and found the connection in the harness, but no wires from the harness to the light. After noticing that one of the door lights wasn't working, I popped it out and took it to the trunk to test (easiest to access). I realized I had the bulb in the wrong way, so I turned it around, plugged it back in and it worked. I took that one back to the door and when I reconnected the trunk light it wouldn't work. I tried opening and closing the trunk, locking and unlocking the doors, but nothing worked. I tried a new bulb, nothing. So now I have no front map lights and no trunk light.

Wow. That's alot. Let's summarize.

-If you're replacing your interior lights, you need 7x36mm festoons, 7x42mm festoons, 4xBA9S bulbs.

-Why do the BA9S bulbs work in the back seat but not in the front? Do i need resistors or something? And if I need resistors for the map lights will I need them for the dome lights?

-What are some possible causes for a light socket to stop working in between changing bulbs? This happened to me with the front map lights and the trunk light. I've read that most of the lights are one the same wire to the GM, so I'm not really sure why one would stop working but the others wouldn't if the bulbs are all brand new.


Any help is appreciated.


EDIT:
Went back outside on a hunch and checked the lights again. The trunk light and the map lights work now. I have no idea why, but if it's one less thing to deal with I'm not complaining. So now my only question is why don't the BA9S bulbs work in the front?
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  • Glove box 6418
  • Map light 64113
  • Dome light 6411
  • Step/Courtesy light 64111
  • Trunk/Cargo area 6411
per bluebee's request, I have some info to add.

The "glove box" (6418) and "step/courtesy light" (64111) are both the same bulb, just your standard 36mm festoon.

In addition, the "Trunk/Cargo Area" (6411) bulbs were also 36mm festoons ON MY CAR. I say that in all caps because I have a sneaking suspicion that the trunk light was replaced with a "step/courtesy" light.

The "Dome Light" (6411) is a 42mm festoon. This applies to the front dome light, the rear domes (the parallelogram shaped lights on the c pillars) and the mirror lights (that come on when you open the mirror in the sun visor. If you aren't sure which ones I'm talking about, go open your door. The 3 "Domes" and the "courtesy lights" come on automatically.

The "Map Light" (64113) was the hardest to figure out (I'm not done yet). I do know that you have 4, 2 in the front by the dome, and 1 on each c pillar. These lights are BA9S bases. So far, I have only been able to get the rear ones to work. Will update when I figure out what to do about the front map lights.

So if you're looking to do an interior LED upgrade, here's what you'll need

-7 x 36mm Festoons
- 4 puddle lights
- 2 trunk lights
- 1 glove box light
-7 x 42mm Festoons
-2 x 2 mirror lights
- 3 dome lights
-4 x BA9S bulbs
-Again, I have only been able to make the rear lights work here, you may need something else to get the front map lights to work
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per bluebee's request, I have some info to add
Thanks for helping others!

BTW, I looked up 'festoon' lighting, in the dictionary, which didn't help all that much. But googling for festoon bulbs helped to understand what it means.



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Seeing that second picture actually reminded me of something. I think that while those bulbs come in various lengths, 41mm, for example, the led versions are generally categorized as either 31, 36, 39, or 42mm. So for the 6411 bulbs which are technically 41mm, I bought 42mm. As long as the bulb is within 1 or 2 mm of the right length its very easy to bend the metal socket a little bit and get a perfect fit.
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I came here looking for the lower (not center) brake light bulbs - and realized belatedly the word 'brake' isn't in the list above.

It's listed as the "stop light".
- 7506

More information on the brake lights are in this thread updated today:
-> E39 (1997 - 2003) > Replacing Brake Light Bulb
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The correct size bulb is a 7506, which is 21 watt. It must have a nickle plated base, or the MID display will keep warning of a bulb burned out. The plain brass based bulbs have too much resistance and fool the bulb out sensor. Other size bulbs [eg 1156] may fit, but the 7506 is the correct size and specification. The 1156 is a 27 watt bulb. It may physically fit, but is higher wattage than specified. This may cause problems with overheating of the socket, or melting of the lens. I would be more concerned if it causes errors in the "bulb out" sensor.
EDIT: For an entire DIY on the gory details of the center brake light bulb socket, see:
- Rear center brakelight socket melting

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Bulbs for an E39 are a mare's nest. Isn't it sad that BMW doesn't publish a bulb list by commonly known trade numbers, e.g. SAE 1156. This is the first car that I've ever owned that didn't have a bulb list in the owner's manual.

Then, many lists that one finds are incomplete, don't distinguish between variants or are just plain wrong. For instance, one glaring example:
Sylvania lists a 7507 bulb for a rear turn signal. A 7507 is amber which is correct for my clear lens rear light assy, but the bayonet pins are at 150 degrees. This base won't fit the bulb sockets in light assy. Sylvania's alternative is a 7506 which fits, but is a clear/white bulb - not legal given my clear lenses. Maybe OK for the yellow lens cars.

Anyway, attached is a list that I've assembled for my 2003 530. I keep a bag of spares in the trunk; everything except the HID D2S Xenon where I'm not willing to spend ~$100 for a spare that I'm unlikely to ever need given the expected life.
It includes some question marks where I'm not sure or haven't found a reliable reference. The column "Conf'd" means I've looked at the bulb in the car and found it the same as the listing.
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Nice list. As always, thanks for adding to the tribal knowledge of the team!

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This was posted today, which might help those who have persistent bulb issues where the LCM doesn't recognize the bulbs:

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You can have your LCM coded (with NCSExpert) to turn off the bulb check feature for whatever bulb you want.
More details on NCSExpert here:
- Making sense of the most often recommended BMW diagnostic tools & cable interfaces (1)
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Googled for which interior bulibs to replace mine, and ended up here.
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Had forgotten about these errors in the Sylvania guide until I saw this again. Amazing they can have such mistakes in the e39 listing.


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Sylvania lists a 7507 bulb for a rear turn signal. A 7507 is amber which is correct for my clear lens rear light assy, but the bayonet pins are at 150 degrees. This base won't fit the bulb sockets in light assy. Sylvania's alternative is a 7506 which fits, but is a clear/white bulb - not legal given my clear lenses. Maybe OK for the yellow lens cars.
rdl, I realize I'm a year late on this but you can buy Osram Diadem 7507, what are called Silverstars in this market. Multicolor when sitting behind lense, light up amber. I've got a set ready for when my turns go.
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Had forgotten about these errors in the Sylvania guide until I saw this again. Amazing they can have such mistakes in the e39 listing.

rdl, I realize I'm a year late on this but you can buy Osram Diadem 7507, what are called Silverstars in this market. Multicolor when sitting behind lense, light up amber. I've got a set ready for when my turns go.
Thanks for the update.
I've noticed a clanger of a typo for the high beams SAE x-ref should be H7 not an H8 as I had it originally.

I've made the two corrections and reposted the PDF for those who wish to keep a handy list.
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These numbers are generic, sans alphabetic suffix, and can be used for other manufacturers. However, I've found that Osram bulbs have traditionally been manufactured in Yurrip, and have a stainless steel base, ideal to make the LKM satisfied.
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I've made the two corrections and reposted the PDF for those who wish to keep a handy list.
Thanks for helping.
We should probably create a thread of printouts to keep in the glovebox, and, this would be one of them.
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For reference, this thread has options for how to buy hard to find angel eye bulbs (for just the angeleye bulb, and not the black housing that comes with it):
> E39 (1997 - 2003) > where can I get this bulb at???
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all i know is that it says on it 12082 philips ,12 V ,10W and either D1 or B1 i'm not sure the writing on it is too small for me to read it that well. It burned out and I need to get another one just as strong or stronger and maybe if possible in another color like white or blue not my ugly yellow so I can change both bulbs. Anybody know a store or website that sells them??

edit: tried autozone,kragen,napa, and pepboys and none of them have any idea of where to get it


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Bing "10w 12v bayonet", and you will see plenty those "hard to find" bulbs for sale, starting from $3.65.
Without screenshots or explicit URLs, I'm pretty confused which bulb is supposed to turn up in that search...

Googling for "10w 12v bayonet bulb", is this the bulb that folks are looking for here?


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LOL, that's how I found mine...bought 8...I'll probably forget how I searched these by the time the last back-up bulb burns-out.
I'm confused.
I thought this thread was for the angel eye bulb?

According to this thread:
> E39 (1997 - 2003) > What is the best place to find a list of all the light bulbs in our various E39s?

The angel eye bulb is listed as an ECE "H6W", Osram "64132", or Philips "12036", while the backup light bulb is a "7506".

They don't seem similar at all, to me, so I'm confused.


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beside the link above to bulbamerica, you can also use Philips 12082 and Osram 64113.
Is this the link to bulbamerica you're referencing?
10W 12V Halogen Lamp

*******> ********>*******>********>
SKU 1000810
UPC Code 048777153130
Manufacturer Ushio
Base Ba9S Miniature Bayonet
Bulb Type Halogen Bulbs
Color Temperature (K) 3000K
Diameter (in) 0.35
Filament C-6
Lamp Finish Clear
Rated Life (Hours) 240
Voltage (V) 12V
Wattage (W) 10W

Cross references:
1-987-302-233-12-V-10-W-BA9S-4-3-165141-238952 BOSCH
1-987-302-233-12V-10W-BA9S-4-3-165141-238952 BOSCH
1-987-302-233 BOSCH
3-165141-238952-EAN BOSCH
10W-12V-BA9S USHIO
12-010-01 CANIMPEX
12-010-01 MICROLITES
12-010-01Q CANIMPEX
12-010-01Q MICROLITES
12V-10W-BA9S USHIO
12V/10W/BA9S OSRAM
937-0035 ALLIED
7503-H GUERRA
7503/H GUERRA
7503H/12V/10W GUERRA
7503H GUERRA
15536 STANDARDPRO
34926 GENERAL-ELECTRIC
39423/10W/12V/T3/BA9S/MINI-BAYONET MICROLAMP
39423 MICROLAMP
39423 OSRAM
39423 SYLVANIA
39423 USA
58560/12V/10W/BA9S GENERAL-ELECTRIC
58560 GENERAL-ELECTRIC
58560U/10W/12V/BA9S GENERAL-ELECTRIC
58560U GENERAL-ELECTRIC
64113-FLOSSER HELLA-MARINE
64113-SCHP/12V/10W/BA9S/T9.3MM
64113-SCHP OSRAM
64113/10W/12V/BA9S/LF OSRAM
64113/10W/12V/BA9S OSRAM
64113/10W/12V/T3/BA9S/MINI-BAYONET MICROLAMP
64113/10W12V/BA9S/LF OSRAM
64113/10W12V/BA9S OSRAM
64113/12V-10W-BA9S-HALOGEN LAMPTECH
64113/12V/10W
64113/12V/10W/BA9S/LF OSRAM
64113/12V/10W/BA9S/T3 OSRAM
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Each repair should invariably add to our knowledge base by the process of inexorable incrementalism.
Your job, in return, is to read the suggested threads, where the best people will always add value to those threads, either by pictures or by descriptions, so the next person with the same problem stands on your shoulders.
See also: E39 Bestlinks & How to easily find what you need

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