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Electric problem 1999 S80 2.9

I have 1999 S80, my directional both side doesn't work,
i was told remove 5amp fuse fro Slot 21 fuse wait few second and put it back in which I DID and every thing was ok for a while but now this happen very frequently
what is the problem?
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I'm guessing that when this happens, all the steering wheel buttons stop working too? If so, the Steering Wheel Module (SWM) is going to "sleep". When you pull the fuse, this resets the SWM. You can get software downloaded into the SWM that will prevent this in the future. A good Volvo independent shop or a dealer can provide this for you. I would recommend a total upgrade of the whole vehicle, it may be just a little more, but everything on the car will be upgraded.

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