Question about 2001 Volvo S60
Cant tell what relay is what, all of the fuses are good. Trunk wont open and moonroof wont close. The battery was dead so i jumped it from the front( trunk wont open then dead ). I'm sure i probably blew a relay or two but cant find any schematics on them. I'm sure thses are also a dealer item.
hello theres really not many choices if you have a trunk key it should work if not and the inside trunk release isnt working either you could try to get at the lock setup from the back seat take your lower seat out remove the lower holding bolts slide up off the top lock setup see if theres enough room to work from there to pop the trunk open with a flash light and a screwdriver if not your going to have to pop the lock cylinder at your trunk once its out you can get a aftermarket replacement under $ 20 goodluck please rate
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Ive never changed them in a Volvo, but the several other vehicles I have, it's just a snap on socket to attach or remove. So, to remove, gently pry apart, to install, push round opening onto round 'ball' til it snaps in place. They should come w/ instructions.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
call the dealer. Go in with correct owner ID, VIN number, and they will make you a key. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
you'll need to insert your key into the trunk lock. prior to doing this you'll need to use the automatic lock on the driver side of the vehicle, hit the unluck button twice. Torn the key in the trunk to the left, you may have to slightly press the trunk button in while doing this and give it a lttle wiggle after the key has been turneed to the left push the button all the way in, if this does not work repeat the process but reverse to the right instead of the left.
This manually disables the remote lock for your trunk.
Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: diagram for volvo trunk lock
My son was missing with the valet parking key while I was driving. When we got home and tried to open the trunk it wouldn't. It also made this buzzing sound when I push on the trunk latch.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
The solution is to pull out the back seat to get into the trunk. There are two bolts holding the bottom part of back seat (bolts located between bottom and top sections). Then pull out bottom section of back seat and you see the hinge for the top section, remove the bolts and then you can lift up and access the trunk. It's not that hard.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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