Question about 1998 Volvo C70
I could track it down and e/mail it to you, but your best bet is to get a Haynes Manual for your vehicle (free from all libraries) or at most any auto parts store or thru Amazon.
Just a tip:
Odds are they are halogen bulbs.
Handle the bulbs with gloves while installing.
If not, the oil from your fingers can cause them to blow once they get
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