Question about 1985 Volvo 740
I had the same issue on my 1989 740 GL. Mine ended up being the relay which is located behind the fusebox, once you remove the ashtray. You may need to remove whatever component is above that in order to access the relays. Mine was a large, red, round relay. I pulled one from a car in the junkyard about 4 years ago and have had no problems with it since.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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