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Volvo S70 Tail Light They are available for the following Volvo S70 years: 2000, 1999, 1998, 00, 99, 98. This part is also sometimes called Volvo S70 Taillights. We stock tail light parts for most Volvo models including XC90, 240, S40, 740, S60, V70, XC70, 244, C30, 940, 245, XC60, 960, C70, V90, V50, 850, S80, 760, 745 and 265.

We stock these Tail Light brands for the Volvo S70: Genuine.

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Have you ever been pulled over by a police officer because of a burnt out tail light. What can be worse is, having to call your insurance company after your car has been rear-ended by another car in the middle of the night, because the driver did not see your brake lights go on! The tail light is arguably the least expensive, yet one of the most important part on your car. It is for this reason that it is prudent that you identify and rectify a problem with your tail light as soon as possible.

What is the function of tail lights?

Tail lights are an important safety feature on your car that are all the more important when driving at night or in inclement weather. These lights let others know where your position and light up to indicate when you are braking. It can be dangerous for you as well as other motorists if you drive with broken tail lights. If you notice that your tail lights do not light up, have it inspected and replaced immediately.

Common reasons for tail light failure

Blown Fuse: When there is a short in the tail light or a fuse blows, it breaks the circuit. And, thereby prevents the rear lights from illuminating. This can happen when moisture enters the tail light lens through a break or crack.

Burned Out Bulbs: When the filament in the tail light bulb breaks, it will not be able to illuminate the gas in the bulb. A burned out bulb, will in no way affect the entire light system. So, if your 2000 Volvo s70 tail light has a burned bulb, your left will continue to work.

Bad relay: A relay like you may already know aids in transferring power from the battery to the lights. When this relay fails, the lights will not turn on.

Faulty Brake Light Switch: If your tail lights, light up, but do not glow brighter when you apply the brakes, you could be dealing with a faulty brake light switch. When this switch malfunctions, the brake pedal struggles to complete the circuit, and the lights will not illuminate.

Replacing Tail lights

The mechanic will use a multimeter to diagnose which component in the tail light system has gone faulty. He will begin by inspecting the rear end of your car for superficial damage such as frayed wiring, and broken tail light covers. If there is no apparent damage to the assembly, the mechanic will examine other electrical circuit components.

If he suspects a blown fuse, he will check and replace it with a new fuse of appropriate amperage.

If one of the tail lights does not come on, the mechanic will check if the filament in the bulb is broken. The bulb will be replaced with a new one if found broken.

If the bulbs and fuses are in good shape, the mechanic will next check if the relay is functioning properly. If it is not, it will be replaced and rewired to the existing connections.

If the tail lights are functioning optimally, but the brake lights do not illuminate when you apply the brakes, the mechanic will inspect the brake light switch. A faulty brake light switch can cause your brake lights to malfunction.

Cost for replacement

You will need to spend approximately $92-107 on replacing your Volvo S70 tail lights. The parts will cost you a little less than $10, and labor will cost you around $70 depending on the auto garage or dealer you take your car to. These costs can vary depending on the state you live in and the model you drive.

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