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Actually if you look right above your license plate there is a plastic
cover covering a key hole on your trunk. Look right up buy license
plate lights remove the plastic cover and you can manually use a key to
open the trunk.
It's a black cover right next to the switch you press to open the trunk.
I have an S80 trust me it's there nobody knows about it.
If you can get in the rear doors (?) the driver side comes down and you will have access albeit a small space to find keys, use a flashlight and if you have a 10 yr old around they can slip in and back out of the trunk although this is a last ditch effort. get a tool with magnet on the end and sweep the trunk until you locate the keys
if you look at the key there is a ridge running down the centre, the length of the key .it is this which stop you using it to open the trunk.ask a keysmith to grind it off......or buy a new key without the ridge.then turn key to the left or right to set lock to open with remote....
Pay the dealer the $300.00. I have been told it's worth it to have an extra set due to the computer communication of the keys with the ignition (not sure how it works exactly.) To re-key or get a new ignition costs like 1600-1800 dollars and takes approximately 10 days to even get the parts. I checked with a Volvo dealership in WA State. I am having problems with my ignition now and the keys won't come out or turn the last little click to be able to pull them out (but not all the time), also my car will turn on no problem (only have trouble getting keys out) my car just won'y go into gear, it seems it happens more frequently when it is below 55 degrees, even after the car temp guage has reached the half way mark. I have a 1999 Volvo S80 (I hate that car!)