Question about 1994 Volvo 940
I checked out the button located on the shifter and this is ok
Hi, the OD relay behind the fuse panel may be loose or have failing solder joints. The OD relay is the white relay about 1 1/2" tall on the right side of the block. Try removing it and cleaning the contact and plugging it back in. That is all it took to fix my OD problem. Otherwise a solder joint is probably failing and the relay joints inside can be reheated or a new relay installed.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Could be groung short,,,check gnd from batt neg to chassis grn and ...check alternator gnd ...check alternator belt tension.....tighten if loose check voltage at switch.....switch needs 12 volts from battery and if is not getting correct nvoltage from alternator may be acting faulty....
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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