Question about 2001 Volvo V70
How do I remove the rear brake housing from the exterior of the car so I can replace the bulb. I have tried from the inside but it will not seat properly.
The bolts come in from the inside to remove the tail light /but the bulbs go in it from the inside but must be turned exact location
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Shift your Voyager into "Park," set the parking brake and pull
the keys out of the ignition.
Open the liftgate to access the rear storage compartment.
Remove the two screws from the inboard side of the taillight housing and
place them in your pocket for safekeeping.
Insert a screwdriver between the outboard side of the rear combination
light assembly and the van's body, and then pry the assembly loose. Avoid
scratching your van's exterior paint.
Twist the turn signal bulb socket counterclockwise to remove it from the
Pull the bulb out of the socket and dispose of it immediately to prevent
it from becoming a hazard. Then, install the new bulb in the socket.
Reinstall the socket and activate the turn signal. If it lights up,
screw the cover back into place and close the liftgate
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