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How do you replace the headlight assembly located on a 2002 Volvo S80?


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2009-03-12 23:55:52
2009-03-12 23:55:52

My wife had a stone crack her outer glass envelope, and I was going to attempt to replace this by itself, but it's very hard to get just this part in North America. I managed to do so through an excellent local shop, but when I went to replace the glass, I gave up after trying to figure out how to get the old one off. I ended up taking it to a Rousch employee and he told me he had to take the bumper cover off (screws on the bottom) just to be able to get at other screws that needed to be taken off. He said it was quite involved.

I just changed my headlight and sidelight assembly today. It wasnt very hard it took my friend about a half an hour. The whole thing pops out after a little wiggleing but there are side screws that are difficult to reach. we popped out the side reflector in order to reach one and just popped it back in when we finished. Anyone that has worked on car can figure this one out by looking at it. Just remember that your smaller side light sits in the assembly also and will have to be unhooked also.

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Begin by removing the wiring harness from the back of 2004 Volvo headlight. Remove the headlight assembly retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new headlight assembly.

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To replace the headlight on a Volvo V70 you first need to remove the mounting bolts that go through the radiator core support. Remove the assembly with a ratchet and socket. Next, remove the locking collars from the back and remove the old bulb. Replace with new bulb and reverse directions.

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No you do not, there are 3 bolts you need to remove in order to take out the headlight. Don't remember off the top of my head where they are located but you should see them. I think they are 12mm bolts.

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