Question about 2002 Volvo S60
Look under the hood for a black plastic box that has fuses and relays in it. On the edge o the box will be a post sticking up that you can attach your positive cable to. It should have either a red cap on it or a symbol of a + sign with or with out a circle around it, probably in yellow. Then hook the negative (Black) one somewhere metal. It needs to be like the top on the strut or top od the engine where the loop is sticking up from it where it was originally installed, anyhting to complete a ground.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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