Question about 2008 Volvo S80
Model 2007 S80 SE 4Dr petrol
Fuse (F9 30a) located in engine compartment on a second level, according to manual.
Don't want to break fixing tabs for upper fuses holder.
Is there an easy way?
Manual says renew by authorised service technican is this the case?
Apparently there has been a problem in the past with faulty car alarms which have caused the window wipers to fail. I did have an alarm problem 24 hours prior, which self corrected, so the car is going for rectification this week under warranty. The service manager did state that they had never had a problem with any of the fuses in the location mentioned in the problem.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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