Question about 1998 Volvo S70
My 1998 Volvo S70 has only 77k miles. I replaced my battery and immediately noticed the odometer reading (Digital) disappeared. The trip meter and all other readings still work. I first thought that this was a part of the code needed for the radio, however, that is not the case. Is there some code or step by step process needed after changing a battery. I was told by my mechanic that there is no connection at all between the battery change and the odometer reading being lost. It seems so logical though, since one was done and the other action happened.
Have you found anything out. I brought my volvo in to have the battery replaced and when I picked it up I noticed the odometer was blank (no -----) just blank. I was told it was not related and probably just a bulb. Not a bulb I have no idea. I don't want to replace the cluster unless I'm sure what have you found out. (all my other gauges are fine speed, tach, trip fine)
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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