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2006 V70 low beam bulb replacement

Is it possible to replace the bulb without removing the whole air box assembly? I can get the rubber cover off; could probably get the bulb out, but I'm a little concerned about getting the new one back in.

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    just had to give up and take to volvo dealer. cost £58 pounds sterling - ridiculous.

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Can be fiddly but if you get the old 1 out you should be able to get the new 1 in. tip use a small mirror. joe

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