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Bulb failure, position light - 2006 Volvo S60

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Bulb failure, position light means you have a burned out light bulb somewhere. I had the same problem on my 2002 s60. It looked like all the lights were working but I found out that there are several bulbs in the tail lights, so even though the tail lights were working there was in fact a burned out bulb. Look at the bulbs a bit closer and you will probably find one thats bad.

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The SAME driver's side low beam bulb is repeatedly burning out after only 2 weeks.......WHY ???

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My tail light goes on, but only after I tap the fender!

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