I have a 2011 Volvo v60 and I need a replacement headlight, am I right in thinking I need to find one from a 2010-2013 model?

I have a 2011 Volvo v60 and I need a replacement headlight, am I right in thinking I need to find one from a 2010-2013 model?

Update:

From what I've been looking at I think I need a 2010-13 like I say, they change drastically after 2013, but just wondering if there's any slight differences even I have a 2011 Volvo v60 and I need a replacement headlight, am I right in thinking I need to find one from a 2010-2013 model? Checking the 'blinker fluid' isn't relevant even if it was a thing, I need to replace the entire headlight which contains all of the lights, not an individual lamp

Update 2:

It copied and pasted :(

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  • 2 months ago

    I am having trouble with the model! I can't find a V60 for that year. There was a S60 and a XC 60 listed in my parts sources.

    For the S60 2011-2013

    For the XC60 2009-2013

    There are other refining points such as lighting type. That is halogen of xenon.

    Source car-part.com

  • 2 months ago

    Just take the bulb out and go to Advance Auto to match it up. If the bulbs are the same for the 2010 to 2013 they ought to work.

  • Sandy
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    check to see if the headlights changed in shape at all. sometimes models differ by small details like the headlight design. which means a 2010 headlight won't fit a 2011. ask someone in the service dept. of a dealership.

  • Fuhr
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    It could be your blinker fluid.

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