Question about 2004 Volvo S60
The car feels as if it has hit a large object, temporarily lurches and appears to momentarily stall creating a temporary loss of vehicle control. This is followed by an immediate loss of all instrument gauges, air conditioner, window controls and door locks. The fan did continue to work. The ABS warning light also indicated as well as a warning that no brakes function existed. The SRS service air bag urgent indication is illuminated. On turning the car off and restarting(sometimes that doesn't work, but if I remove the battery cable and let it set for a bit and put it back on the car will start), the functions of the car return with exception that the SRS service air bag urgent indication remains.
Posted by Anonymous on
U have a bad relay for your cars computer it under the hood on the drivers side
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dodge caravan sport 2001
The 2001 Chrysler and Dodge minivan's are plagued with wiring issues, specifically in the brake system where it was redesigned, rerouted, and re-engineered SEVERAL times.
You have a wiring issue (likely wire chaffing in the under carriage).
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Reports say that this can be caused by cold solder connections in the centre instrument panel where the A/C controls are. Electrical system issue here manifests itself in instrument cluster. Fix is to remove 4 screws to access A/C stuff. Look for burnt or loose wiring / terminals on connectors in this area.. Re-solder or obtain used replacemnt terminal if needed, from junk yard. Mine is 1999 Grand Caravan. Intermittent failures then permanent with instrument cluster.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
i currently own 2 of these trucks, in total ive had 6 of them .. i know i must like abuse right..lol. on your cruise not working. try this the big flat panel on your dash under the steering wheel. remove it.now this is assuming you have a tilt unit. money bets you do. but anyways the main feed wire i think its called D3 goes out to the fuse box as well as many other wires and a very fine i think again green wire. the problem is that over time using the tilt under normal circumstances those wires start to break. the D3 goes right to the key switch. if that breaks while out on the road. you have 4200 pound paper weight. good place to start. as for your brake light and abs most likley its the abs card or trigger that is located on the center of the rear axle housing. alot of times just replacing the card. if it comes back in a week then its probobly the trigger. not that its broke. this thing goes thru the housing and reads the teeth on the ring gear. and any little wear or a slight chip and they dont read right.. i quit fixing this problem on mine.truth is this thing is the second most delicate thing on the truck... the junk transmissions are the first.. sorry had to say it
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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