Question about 2001 Volvo S80
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuel Relay
It is in the passenger compartment relay box under the left side of the dash. Along one edge there are 6 rectangular relays grouped 2 together and 4 together. The fuel pump relay is second over from the gap between the 2 groups of relays. My diagram marks it as CMI 12.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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I had a similar problem w recently bought 2003 S80.Several points: 1) Access your locking selonoid through the trunk interior panel ... loosen a few hex bolts and slide out for maintenance; 2) I fixed my lock by simply using light teflon-based oil (like for bike chains). I exercised it a few times and it works beautifully; 3) Not sure on your model, but gas door on the '03 unlocks when you push the associated release button under the headlight control switch. It is not designed to unlock w the key (again, check owners manual for your year). Hope this helps. master_pre08-04-2007, 09:35 AMYeah, the fuel door on my 2000 S80 is connected with the door locks. In order for it to open you have to unlock all the doors to the car. Sssnake08-14-2007, 03:39 PM Thanks Guys,
I removed the locking mechanism and applied a little silicon graphite and now it works like a charm.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
This could be one of many problems so it's probably best checked by someone with the correct tools and knowledge.
That being said,
With your engine cold, open your hood and start your car. Check to see if your cooling fan is engaged, take note of its speed if it is. Then turn on your AC and listen for the compressor clutch to engage. once you hear it, check to see that your cooling fan is blowing, if it wasn't before. The fan should be on and in high speed whenever your AC is on, whether the engine is hot or not. If it is not, then the reason for losing cold air is that, due to the lack of being properly cooled, your freon pressure is getting too high and is causing the compressor to turn off.
If the fan is blowing as it should be, you may have a faulty compressor or the clutch on it may need to be shimmed.
Another culprit could be that your system is low on freon or the switch that senses the pressure is faulty.
And yet another culprit could be a faulty relay that is overheating and shorting out.
Sorry I couldn't give you a difinitive answer as to what the problem is, but without diagnosing it myself, this is the best I give you.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
most likely the dealer. unless you have a vag com (for VW n Audi) system or similar system to what the volvo dealers use to check for engine codes
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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