Question about 2001 Volvo S80
The module that controls the turn signals sometimes goes to sleep. If you check the fuse box for the fuse called "SWM" "Steering Wheel Module", pull the fuse for a minute and re-install and see if that fixes the problem. If so, there is software available at the dealer to keep this from happening again.
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The ambient light sensor indicates daylight.
The vehicle is not in the PARK position.
When the above conditions are met, the lamp control module (LCM) supplies battery positive voltage (B+) to the low beam headlamps through CKT 589 (GRY), the DRL resistor, and CKT 12 (TAN). The DRL resistor reduces the voltage supplied by the LCM. The low beam headlamps light at a reduced intensity. The DRL disable if the vehicle is placed in the PARK position. When the ambient light sensor indicates darkness, the low beam headlamps automatically switch from a reduced intensity to a regular intensity.
Lamp Control Module (LCM)
In the center of the IP, below the center heater outlets
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