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Volvo V60 2011 Daylight fuse.

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Old Jun 29th, 2020, 21:04   #11
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Not sure exactly what vehicle you have, try putting details in your signature so you only have to do it once.

Any way on mine they are wired in series with the orange marker lights in the headlight unit. Have these failed?

If yes the replace the bulbs in the marker lights and your DRLs might work.

Incidentally what appear to be DRLs on my XC60 are not bright enough and are just sidelights.
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My vehicle info was in the thread head: Volvo V60 2011 Daylight fuse

But still, thank you for trying to help, but marker lights is working fine too.

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Old Jun 29th, 2020, 21:06   #12
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No I don't remember but it should be 10A. If your headlamps are working then it's not a fuse but your LEDs are dead and in need of replacement.

But not all 2011 models have headlamp fuses, the newer 2011 ones, say September to December models don't have them anymore they just have relays.
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I think that then is the relay. I must check them. Do you know where they are located! In fuce box?

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I think that then is the relay. I must check them. Do you know where they are located! In fuce box?

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Answer the question first. Are your headlamps working?
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Old Jun 29th, 2020, 21:26   #14
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Answer the question first. Are your headlamps working?
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All other lamps working fine!!!
I was posted several times, that lamps working. Please read first comments.

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Old Jun 29th, 2020, 21:33   #15
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All other lamps working fine!!!
I was posted several times, that lamps working. Please read first comments.

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Sorry totally overlooked that.

Then it has to be the fuse or the relay you can find all of them in the engine bay next to the airbox.

But in any unlikely event that you don't have fuses for the lights then I would check the connector.

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According to my on-line manual it says fuse 16 10amp (Headlamp levelling*, Active Xenon headlamps - ABL*) Fuse 28 20 amp (Auxiliary lamps*)Which lamps are auxiliary ?
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Old Jun 30th, 2020, 11:05   #17
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According to my on-line manual it says fuse 16 10amp (Headlamp levelling*, Active Xenon headlamps - ABL*) Fuse 28 20 amp (Auxiliary lamps*)Which lamps are auxiliary ?
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I think that this one is auxiliary lamps: https://www.volvopartswebstore.com/s...ey_model=20183

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According to my on-line manual it says fuse 16 10amp (Headlamp levelling*, Active Xenon headlamps - ABL*) Fuse 28 20 amp (Auxiliary lamps*)Which lamps are auxiliary ?
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The fuse 16 is NOT broken!

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The fuse 16 is NOT broken!

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It doesn't need to be broken, it could also have corrosion on the pins. Totally easy to overlook.
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