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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: daytime running lights
I am not up on V50s but I had a 960 and I disabled the lights By taking the 25amp bladed fuse out, I must say it was well warm/warped so I reckon a fuel save?
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
It has to be done at the dealer with the handheld computer. They have to access the Body Control Module and then go around to each tire with a unit that looks like a garage door opener and hold it on the tire below each valve stem. It should only take like 15 minutes to do.
Posted on May 07, 2009
Just because the tranny fluid is full doesn't really mean that much. More importantly, what does it look and smell like? The recommended interval for trans service is 30,000 miles. It is important that this be done every time. The reason is that the tranny fluid pan has a filter inside. As the fluid loses its viscosity it loses its ability to lubricate. Once this begins to take place the heat and wear inside the transmission increase and can do so very quickly. If there is excessive wear then when you perform the service you will find metallic shavings in the bottom of the pan and in the fluid. If the fluid is not a brighter shade of red, or if it is more of a rust looking color then I would say have it serviced asap. If it smells burnt then that is another warning sign. But I would definitely have it serviced, not just draining and refilling the fluid. But filter, pan gasket and bolts as well. If the fluid looks good and doesn't smell burnt, then it could likely be a shift solenoid type issue. But you would have to have that diagnosed at a shop that has a Consult type computer to check for codes in the TCM.
Posted on May 27, 2009
Just hard wire the lights into anything that is hot when the car is running. If your looking for some kind of alternate solution please let me know. Also did you want them on also when the headlights are off? You can also hard wire them with a switch inside the cab and that way you can flip the switch whenever you would like.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Testimonial: "I solved the problem by pinning-out the connector for the headlight switch on the turn signal arm. It just took time, solder, and some electrical tape"
I'm not sure about your model, but some Volvos come with a little screwdriver hole adjacent to the headlight switch that you can turn to shut the DRL off. I believe the slot needs to be horizontal to be in the off position.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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