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    1. #1
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      Remove battery access panel

      How does the panel covering the battery (in the left rear of the vehicle) come off. I don't want to break any tabs or clips. 2020 V60CC

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      I had the same question and same concerns for my V90. Member brabbit was so kind as to upload a video to youtube showing how to do it and where the tabs and clips are on the backside. Don't know if this applies to V60, but will hopefully provide some useful guidance for you...

      https://youtu.be/jL1sj9zE9G0
      2018 V90 T6 Inscription

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      Thank you for the link. The V90 is slightly different but the procedure is the same. The V60 has 3 clips across the top and none on the bottom or sides.


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