This is because on the v70 volvo used their own protocol for communication with the on board computer. you will need to get it to an auto electrician who either has the very expensive volvo specialised kit or the equally expensive bosch kit.
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The best fix, is to fix it properly. If faulty seat motor, replace it. If faulty wiring circuit or fuse, fix it. Sometimes if seat motor is ok, with use of wiring diagram for proper wiring colors, you can use jumper wires, voltage and ground, to move seat to wanted position.
Remove the seat from vehicle, see what is keeping seat from moving in direction that you want. If seat motor drive gear is keeping seat from moving, remove, then see if you can position seat where you want it, then, put everything back together.
That flashing indicates fault code 51. Fault code 51 indicates a problem with the driver's seat belt circuit. The seat belt buckle has a switch in it to determine if the belt is buckled up when the seat is occupied [determined by a pressure sensor in the seat bottom]. The switch in the buckle is either bad or the wiring to the switch is either short or open circuited.
Use of a computer scan tool can help narrow down the problem. There are four different scan tool fault codes relating to code 51. They are B2432, B2433, B2434 & B2435. These codes will give you more defined information on the actual fault. Most common faults are either a bad switch in the seat belt buckle or damaged wiring to that switch. Damaged wiring is usually caused by the driver placing objects under the driver's seat, which damage the wiring coming out of the seat belt. It is also possible to have a bad seat belt computer [Restraints Control Module or RCM]. A bad RCM is not common. Check for damage to the seat belt wiring under the driver's seat. Best to remove the seat and lift up the carpeting to do this. If no physical damage or water corrosion damage is present, replace the seat belt. After repairs, disconnect the battery for 1 minute to clear the fault code from the RCM's memory.
Get the computer scanned for trouble codes first, then check the alternator output. Could be a bad ground or other wiring problem. The trouble codes will help direct you were to troubleshoot the problem.
Hello, my name is Ben and I can help you with this. I have the same truck and I change my fuel filter every 10,000 miles. The fuel filter is under the truck directly under the driver's seat, mounted on the inside of the frame rail. There are two nuts which hold the fuel filter bracket to the frame. Always use two wrenches when removing the fuel lines, if you only use one wrench there is a strong chance of damaging the filter casing. Also, make sure you mount the new filter in the proper direction, there should be a small arrow on the side of the filter. If you need any further clarification, just ask, Ben.
Hello my name is Ben. You must first remove the headlight assembly since the directional signal is underneath it. Raise the hood and you will see two gray colored rods on top of the headlight assembly. Release those rods by rotating them forward and pull them straight up. Now you can remove and unplug the headlight assembly to remove it. You will now have access to the directional signal bulb. I hope this helps with your repair, Ben.
Hello, my name is Ben. Sorry but there really is no quick and easy way to determine the reason for the light to be on other than maybe check all fluids. About all you can do is have the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC's) scanned with a scanner. Some AutoZone stores will do a scan for you, unless you are in California, where they no longer do it. And the problem with AutoZone is they often will not know how to properly interpret the results of a scan. Still it's a good place to start. Then post any codes you get and go from there. I hope this is helpful to you, Ben.
it came on because someone turned the switch on with the seat belt wires disconnected. to turn the light off you need to find a handheld scanner that has abs and you can clear the codes as long as the wires are plugged back in and not broken during the reupholstering. you may also go to a nearby shop and ask how much they would charge to clear your abs codes. it's not illegal for them to do it. it's not emmisions related
There are Bolts Underneath the Seat Inside of the Frame Rails. Remove these and the Seat Belt from the Seat if attached and Unplug the Wiring Harness Under the Seat if they are Power Seats. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Had similar problems occur on various Chrysler products manufactured since 1986. What I did was remove the computer from the car and then take a Dremel tool with wire brush attachment and lightly buff all the pins of the computer--tops, sides and backs. After this I then take a jewelers round file and insert the tip into each connector pin hole and very lightly file it to remove any corrision. When I reassembling the connector plug to the computer I placed a good size dab of silicon grease on the plug in the center (acts as a seal when seated). This has eliminated the problem on four different vehicles.