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It could be a loose bulb, corrosion in the socket, or most probably a filament which is going bad. I doubt it's anything catastrophically expensive to fix. Easiest first try is to just pull the bulb and look for corrosion in the socket. Next see if the filament wiggles inside the bulb. If all else fails, just replace the bulb with a new one. If none of this ...
Before you go off to the Stealership to have the bulb replaced, you may want to see if the bulb has lost connectivity at the plug. Since these are LED bulbs, they don't go bad very often or very fast. I believe you should be able to access the plug by removing the main headlight in your car. While this video shows you how to remove the main headlight, it's a ...
The Volvo V60 does not have bulbs, but is illuminated by LED strips. They are moulded into the assembly. Because of the recent manufacture of your vehicle the after market will not yet have a pattern part for it. You will need to visit a Volvo dealer for a replacement.
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