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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lowbeam headlight not working
I went to the dealer, the parts for this are back ordered... must be a common problem.
The terminal clips weaken over time, then fail. They need to be replaced, if you go the the Volvo dealer and ask they may help you out. Failing that, you could contact Volvo directly and ask them. They may make good for you. If nobody will help you, maybe the NHSTA should know about this saftey defect...
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
You will have to go through your mud guards. Remove your tire, and look inside your wheel well, you will see two part mud guard, front half and back half. Just remove the 7 screws from the front half, 5 on the wheel well itself, and two on the bottom, retaining screw to the bumper, now depending on which side you're looking at anywhere from 5-7 plastic pop-its. Use a flat tip screw driver to loosen the pins up, then remove the pop-it studs. There are two on the bottom front that connect to the vehicle frame. Once this is removed, you can access your headlight assemby to replace both bulbs. Note, you will have to do this to replace your fog light bulb should it go out as well.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Check your Light Relay. Your owners' manual should show you which relay it is. I believe GM splits the power to the left and right sides of the car in the Relay assembly. There should be a small box under the hood. You may just need to WD40 a corroded terminal and the Relay itself may be okay. Another thing you can try is clicking the Hazard switch several times. The Flash to Pass feature on the Turn Stalk works the high beam, but some of the headlight controls go through the Turn switch.
If all the above fail, try turning off the Autolamp feature and see if the Headlight switch will work on plain off and on like the old cars. It is good that you checked the wiring.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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