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If equipped with the LED assembly, there is no repair for the light other than replacement. Make sure the light has a power and ground supply when the brake pedal is activated before deciding to replace it
Pop off the clear plastic lenses. Replace bulbs, pop back on lenses. They are T10 or 501 or w5w, all mean the same thing.
I replaced mine with LED bulbs, same as front sidelights, brake lights in tailgate window and interior. If you use LED's you must put them in the right way round, if not working unplug and turn 180 degrees.
I had problems with a 2000 V70 tailgate lock and it turned out to be broken cables in the tailgate loom where it is tightly cable tied to the car body, near side, beneath plastic roof panel 30cm from tailgate