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Volvo s70 mod99 brake light is on and the speedometer is not working wath can i do.

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SOURCE: speedometer problems????

try checking the input & out put signals from your vehicle speed sensor

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SOURCE: 1998 Volvo S70 left turn signal does not work

That return spring mechanism, is in the 'airbag clockspring' or we call it a contact reel. this is a VERY expensive part. You can take your switch off of the steering column, there is a white button sticking out, you should be able to manipulate that up and down (for left and right movement) if you can verify that the switch cancels while you manually do it, its the clockspring, if you can not do it in one direction only, then its the switch

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Volvo abs lights stays on

Usually the ABS computer knows what it is doing. You may want someone to hookup a scanner to the ABS test port.
When I had my speedometer and odometer act up, it turned out to be a bad alternator. You might want to check yours.

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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SOURCE: brake lights dont work on volvo s70

The brake light system is simple. A switch at the brake linkeage, and wiring to the bulbs. Typical problems are bad grounds. Grounds are normally bad only through damage from an accident, or corrossion. Most bad grounds occur due to corrossion.
If you know how to use an Ohmeter, take the leads and jump from the bulb recepticles ground to the chassi and see if it is open, or you get a meter peg indicating current flow. It is really easy to do. You can also check the switch with a voltmeter, by running one lead from the output of the switch and the other to ground. This is like using the meter like the bulb. When you operate the switch, if the voltage is going through it the meter should deflect to around 12 volts.
Try these things, and get back to me.

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My Brake lights won't work on a 1998 Volvo S70


There are several possible reasons. Obvious ones might be checking for fuses that are burned out. Second would be making sure you are getting good connections to your brake lamps (all 3). Third, check the brake light switch at the pedal. And last, Volvo Part Number 9442303 is a brake lamp failure relay that can go bad. It's not inexpensive, but probably more than likely the issue. One way to check is to find out if your cruise control works. If it does not, it is likely the relay. It is grey and flat on all sides. Earlier model Volvos had round red ones. Check the location in the service manual.

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How to turn off brake light on volvo s70 after brake job


If the light is on there is a problem and you need the system scanned for a fault code.

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Where is the speed sensor located . please be very specific.gauge in the speedometer works when it feels like it. i wonder if it's the speed sensor...


Is your ABS light on? This is usually a fault of the ABS control unit located under the brake proportioning valve. Speed sensors are located on the back side of each brake disc That info is sent to the ABS control unit then to the main computer. Is your ABS light on? This problem could be caused by bad sensors or more likely the ABS control unit.

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I have a 1998 Volvo S70 and sometimes the speedometer and odometer work but most of the time they don't?


This is probably a fault with the ABS control unit. Is your ABS light on?

Aug 18, 2011 | 1998 Volvo S70

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I have a 1999 Volvo S70, the speedometer works on and off mostly off and the brake, check engine aqnd ABS lights remain on.


Please see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r6003525-abs_traction_control_lights . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with model, year and engine info.

Oct 25, 2010 | 1999 Volvo S70

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Can't find a test for the vehicle speed sensor.


The bad news is the only part that is connected to all of these is the ECM or computer.

Jul 20, 2010 | 2000 Volvo S70

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Volvo abs lights stays on


Usually the ABS computer knows what it is doing. You may want someone to hookup a scanner to the ABS test port.
When I had my speedometer and odometer act up, it turned out to be a bad alternator. You might want to check yours.

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Speedometer problems????


try checking the input & out put signals from your vehicle speed sensor

Jun 23, 2009 | 1998 Volvo S70

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