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Old 01-02-2006, 15:01   #1 (permalink)
Rob Guenther
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Re: 1993 960 headlight/seat heater question

Open the hood, look at the back of the headlamp, twist the lock-ring and the
connector/bulb will pull out... I just use Volvo OEM lamps... they aren't
any more expensive then a good quality halogen from any other brand... And
they last a long time (Silverstars don't last long, but they have better
light output, I had some in my Golf for about a year, went thru 3 sets of
them... luckily Canadian Tire took back the burnt out bulbs and gave me my
money back each time).

Check the fuses for the seat heaters... If not, probably a harness somewhere
that is disconnected.
"Wildcat" <bassettdude@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1135302214.968772.297400@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> Simple question for the group.
> On a 1993 960 wagon can you replace the bulb in a burned out headlight
> or does the complete headlight assembly have to be replaced like my old
> 740.
> Also, any suggestions on which brands of lights to look for/avoid?
> Second question, the heated seats are not working in my car. Strange
> thing is that neither of the switches light up when they are switched
> on. Anyone know where I should start in my troubleshooting?
> Thanks
>
> Wildcat
>



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