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ok rpt stands for repeat. when it says that it is the wrong code that you are putting in. you only get three trys on this. after the third time it will say off. you must wait 2 hrs with the stereo on until you can try putting a code in. you need to find the right code for that stereo.inside your manual book there should be a credit card size card that has a four digit code on it. that is your stereo code. put that in and your stereo should be up in running. good luck
your best bet is that there maybe a 5 digit number in your glove compartment ..if there isn't there maybe a longer digit number in that case you need to call a dealership and ask them for a radio code and just follow what they tell you to do
There is no easy solution for this one. However, there are two things that should get you jiving again. 1. Go through the hand book and see if the Code number is there. Many folks write it there so they don't forget. The second solution will require you to contact your main Volvo Dealer. They should have the codes in thier computer records.
Before calling them you need to arm yourself with the following: Make and model of the vehicle : Index Number (I think you would say Licence Plate): VIN Number (Vehicle Identification Number) which usually can be be found either on the drivers door panel or under the Bonnet (Hood) and who is the registered owner. If that's you then thats Okay.
When you call ask for the Service Department who will look up your car and all its codes and pin numbers will be there. The only drawback however would be if the radio has ever been replaced.
If it is a genuine Volvo Radio then a quick look for the serial number would help too.
Here's the answer. Contact a Carquest Auto Parts store(worked there 13 years). They have a division known as WorldPac. They can get you what you need. It will be the best repair manual you could have. It will be a little higher than Chilton, but it will be worth it. And Worldpac can get you any part for your car and they're all OEM parts at 1/2-2/3 cheaper than the dealer, and they're Volvo parts. I'd go with them. Good Luck.
That code is for the engine coolant temperature sensor. You need to have a look at the connection to it, if it's good, replace the sensor. This is an important engine sensor, they are usually mounted somewhere near the front of the engine in the water jacket, exposed to coolant flow so make sure the engine is cold when you change it.