Press and hold button below speedo immediately switch ignition on Keep button depressed until service message has been reset release reset button within 4 seconds there will be an audible signal when reset complete if reset button is not released within 4 seconds then the service interval indicator will not be reset.
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These can be regenerated without harm to the engine. Volvo has a procedure for doing this. I have not seen it published for the general public. You should be able to politely ask a Volvo servicemen for the recommended procedures and they will generally help you out.
To gain access to the bulbs, you need to go under the bonnet (/hood) and remove the housing cover on the reverse side of the light units. Should just be a simple clip, but make sure that it doesn't fly out of your sight;) Relatively simple for the rears too. Just plastic covers on the reverse side of the units, with clips that could break, if you are too rough with them. Have fun.
I'm not completely sure if this will work but it tends to be something similar to the following that works on several cars of different makes and models.
Start with car off. Turn ignition key to first position. Press and hold the reset key for the trip mileage (odometer) while holding the reset turn ignition key to second position. Service light should be blinking - on 4th blink release the reset button.