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Bulb failure parking light - V70 Volvo Cars & Trucks

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  • Dave Waterfield Nov 09, 2008

    I had a message saying bulb failure parking light.

    I replaced the blown front bulb but still had the fault.

    I then found out that the rear bulb had gone at the same time.

    After a bit of messing about I changed this bulb and the fault has been rectified.

    Thanks for your interest.

  • jimmyhead Dec 18, 2008

    2004 volvo s60

    had 4 bulbs replaced at inspection time last month.

    now i send the car in for recall and alas, another blown bulb.

    anybody else have this problem or am i getting taken for a ride???

  • opalset Mar 10, 2009

    The number of "bulb failure" problems I have had are too numerous to mention. I have changed this bulb so often I now keep some spare and have to do it on a regular basis. I have a 2002 V70 automatic (petrol) - Garage have no idea why it keeps doing it

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Dont know your exact question maybe replace the bulb

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  • toney clark Nov 09, 2008

    your welcome anytime

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