Volvo XC90: Location of exterior lights - MAINTENANCE AND SERVICEVolvo XC90: Location of exterior lights

The vehicle's exterior lighting consists of several different bulbs. LED1 bulbs must be replaced by a workshop. An authorized Volvo workshop is recommended.

Front bulbs (vehicles with halogen headlights)

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Low beams

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights High beams

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Daytime running light/parking light

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Turn signal

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Front fog light/cornering illumination* (LED)

Rear bulbs

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Brake light (LED)

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Parking light (LED)

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Backup light2

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Parking light (LED)

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Turn signal (LED)

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Fog light (LED)

Volvo XC90. Location of exterior lights Brake light ‒ central, high-mounted (LED)

1 LED (Light Emmitting Diode)

2 Contact a workshop for replacement ‒ an authorized Volvo workshop is recommended.

* Option/accessory.

Removing the rectangular headlight cover
Most of the bulbs in the headlight housing can be accessed when the rectangular cover is removed. Before the rectangular cover can be removed, the plastic covering over the headlight must be removed. Left ...

Replacing the low beam headlight bulbs
The low beam bulbs in the halogen headlights can be changed without the help of a workshop. Before the bulbs can be replaced, the plastic covering over the headlight must be removed. CAUTION Never touch ...

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