I had my Volvo S70 serviced , but there was still a light on the dash - Im not too sure what it means. Its red, and looks like a square with water lines and a fan in it. Probably a dumb girl question, but what does it mean?
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There are several possible reasons. Obvious ones might be checking for fuses that are burned out. Second would be making sure you are getting good connections to your brake lamps (all 3). Third, check the brake light switch at the pedal. And last, Volvo Part Number 9442303 is a brake lamp failure relay that can go bad. It's not inexpensive, but probably more than likely the issue. One way to check is to find out if your cruise control works. If it does not, it is likely the relay. It is grey and flat on all sides. Earlier model Volvos had round red ones. Check the location in the service manual.
Sounds like either you did not connect the seat belt restraint wiring when the seats where put back in. This is a common problem. You will need to look under the seat and make sure that there are no loose wiring at all. The SRS is for the seatbelts.
i don't know what it means but sometimes if you turn the car off, allow it to cool down, then turn it on and let it sit for about 10-15 mins before you drive it the arrow goes away... i hope that helps...
They may be an indication of traction control. Look around the dash to see if you have a button for it. Usually, Toyota mounts them down low, almost on the underside of the dash. I'm not sure if traction control was available on the '99's, but that might be it.
None---It's ECU controlled. But if it bothers you because it's annoying, then you could reach into the dash behind the bulb with a 12 inch slotted thin screwdriver, and "fix it" permanently with upward pressure on the bulb! :)
To reset the radio you have to leave the key in position one (the radio will come on, but the dash lights are not on) with the radio on for at least two hours. It can take up to four hours to reset.
Make sure the climate control and blower are in the off position to keep the battery from running down. Eventually the radio will say "code". There is a four digit code that is unique to each radio, if you don't have it you must contact the local Volvo dealer and have your VIN code. The VIN code is locate on the far top/right side of the dash, you must be outside the car to see it. It will begin with something like YV1LS...................
When you get this code from the dealer you input the code using the radio preset (1-6 buttons). If the radio says code again that means it is the incorrect radio code. Most likely the radio has been replaced. Then it would be alot easier to take it to the dealer since the radio has to be removed and the serial number taken off the radio chassis unit. Usually most dealers will do it for free if they think you'll come back for services, so just tell them you just bought it and be nice, hopefully it will work.