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The Headlight Assembly is not difficult to remove but you do need to be careful NOT to pull on the Headlight Assembly and break the clips
1. Open the S60's hood and locate the pin that is behind the headlight assembly of the bulb that needs replacement. The pin has a handle on the top. Pull the pin straight out of the headlight assembly.
2. Push on the back of the headlight assembly until it comes out the front of the S60. There is an electrical connection on the back of the assembly; unplug the connection.
3. Press on both clamp on the assembly. The clamps are on either side. Push them in together so that the cover releases.
4 Uncover the bulb by pulling on the small plastic cover that covers each bulb. Push the visible wire aside. Pull the bulb straight out.
5 Push a new bulb in and push the metal wire back over it to secure the bulb in the assembly. Push the covers back on.
6. Reconnect the electrical harness to the assembly and push the assembly back into place. Push the retaining pin all the way back down into place.
Identify the blown bulb. Note that if a headlight bulb has blown, the dip beam is on the outside and the high beam is on the inside. Turn off the ignition switch and light switches.
Open the hood and replace any blown headlight bulbs. Press the plastic spring clips and remove the bulb holder from the assembly. Pull the bulb out of the bulb holder and replace it with a new bulb. It only fits one way. Be sure not to touch the bulb's glass. Replace any parking lights at the same time, they are in the headlamp unit too.
Remove the front turn signal light unit in the bumper to change the turn signal bulb. Push gently on the inside edge and insert a blade between the bumper and the lens at the outside edge. Compress the spring and remove the lens. Fit a new lamp by inserting it into the plug. The side marker light is changed using a similar process.
Open the trunk to replace the rear fog light, stop light, tail light, reversing light and turn signal light. Remove the rear light cover and turn the bulb holder fastener 90 degrees counter clockwise. Remove the expired bulb, fit a new one and replace the parts, turning the bulb holder clockwise.
Look at where the (3) lights come together, just above the lower light, and in the seam between the headlight and side marker. There is a small screw hidden in there. A "T-20" I believe. Remove that screw and persuade (gently but firmly) the side marker to come out.
I had to take the head light out, just as I would if I wanted to change that bulb. Then there is a small nut that holds your marker light cover in place. Just take that off, and barely pull it out, the bulb just pops right out from it's plug like the headlight. And that's that!