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The seats are not fused they are on a circuit breaker. In the dash fuse block located on the end of the dash on the drivers side you should be able to see 2 metalic looking "fuses". Those are the circuit breakers. Circuit breaker 1 is for the power seat. You can try swapping them and see if the seat works. If it still doesn't work than you will need to check for power and ground at the seat.
You should be able to find a connector under the seat that has a red with light blue wire and a black with white wire. The red with light blue should have power all the time. The black with white is the ground.
Let me know what you find or if you have additional questions.
It truly sounds like a loose or faulty/corroded ground wire. Almost 99% of the electrical problems I have experienced with Volvo's are loose wire related. There are a number of ground wires underneath the hood grounding the engine. However my first suspect would be the connections on the alternator and battery.
if ur looking for chime alert then at fuse panel is a round plastic chime that may be disconnected or needs replacement--if your looking for dash light then possible light is burnt or wiring problem under dash--
Maybe if all the lights don't work but if only the heating control lights its more then likely the bulb for the controls or the wiring to the bulb. You will need to pull the HVAC panel out to check (check fuses anyway first) but i do not believe there is a fuse for HVAC illumination only..
This is an old post so I don;t even know if you still have the car, but here is what I know.
1) Your radio issue is probably a relay. It is a relay bank located above your glove box. The entire glove box assembly will have to come out. This relay is a little different in appearnace thatn the others as it is skinnier and taller. It is called the Brand Name speakers/radio relay.
2) Your dash readouts are due to a burned out bulb. These are not LED. They are regular 124 bulbs. They've burned out. Banging on the dash probably allowed the filament of in the bulb to touch and temporarily worked.
3) I have a similar problem with the headlights. My headlights turn on manually, but they don't turn on like they are supposed to via automatic photo sensor. When turned on manually, the doors open and the headlights are on. When I manually turn off the headlights, the doors don't close. I've checked everything and I was told it may have something to do with the Body Control Module. I am not completely sure as this research is ongoing.