Question about 1999 Volvo S70
None of the windows or the sunroof will move. If i can get them to move it is only an inch then they will not go back up for several hours. Tried replacing the master switch but it didn't affect anything. Please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a rather involved procedure requiring the removal of the headliner and all the related trim work of the interior of your car. If you have never done it before it is quite likely to cost less to take it to a dealership for repair.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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well take the plastic covers off from inside car they are blocking the rails. then there are 2 screws on each side that you need o take out. First you need to take inside Sunroom cover out there are clips to do this from on top of cover that holds it in the trail it says in. once that is done them finish taking out the screws and have a friend get on one side and u on the otherand lift it gently out. Its easy. relax and have a good conversation while you are doing this. make sure you do not loose the screws and the clips arnt broken on the inside roof cover. enjoy and Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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Posted on Oct 02, 2010
SOURCE: I have a volvo xc
I'm supposing that you have checked the fuses and they are OK - both are powered by the same fuse. In that case you have a bad contact in the wiring - a power wire has been disconnected.
Start by checking the connections in the rear of the fuse box then follow them thru the harness . If you can't detect any fault this way you will have to dismantle the console and follow the power wire from the switch up to the fusebox to identify the fault.
This is a big job, don't start it unless you have a basic experience in car electrics and a full free day.
Posted on Jul 09, 2011
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Find your Volvo's sunroof switch on the overhead console between the visors. Locate the small retaining screw at the back of the window-controller button's plastic housing.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove that screw. Set it aside in and then remove the plastic housing.
Find the wiring harness plug in the back of the switch. Press in the two tabs on the sides of the plug and pull it out. The two tabs are on the sides of the plug. Pull the old switch out and set the new one in place with your fingers.
Plug the wiring harness into the back of your Volvo's new sunroof switch. Hold the new switch up and replace the plastic housing. Install the screw to hold the plastic in place.
Replace your Volvo's negative battery cable.
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