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They went as I was driving home last night which didn't help as could see the speedo!
Maybe the alternator is faulty where the lights dull/dim?(headlights)
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your transmission may be low in fluid
s should have been checked when you went in for a service
have it checked by a different mechanic
a lot of mechanics forget or just dont check the level in it
you may be bale to check it your self
look in the servicing you car part in your owners manual
there is a dip stick in your motor bay just like checking your oil
most cars have to be checked with in the first 5 seconds of the car running
just check what it says in the owners manual about "maintenance" and follow what it says
let me know if this helps
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: speedometer erratic/intermittent
I don't know what is causing this problem, but I know phil140701's answer is completely wrong on two counts. First, 740 Volvos starting at least in 1986 have electronic speedometers and no cable. There is an electronic sensor on the differential which sends a signal to the speedometer cluster. Second, if it were strictly mechanical with a cable then the voltage regulator could have no effect on it at all.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
hi, this sounds like you have a bad earth at the rear lights, remove both rear light clusters and check for any signs of corrosion, give all connections a clean and a little tweek, this should cure your problem
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
vauxhall charge 47 pound to look at the car for you sounds like the steering rack but i cant be sure, i would take it to vauxhall cause a backstreet could get it wrong and it would cost you more
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
the ignition has two codes,one is in the key.and the other is in the remote(rolling code) the car is telling you that the key is recognised to start the engine but the remote has not sent the correct signal,it will allow you to start the car but is is possible the remotes battery needs replacing,change all keys at the same time,your main keys battery will last about 9 months,the 2nd key about 2 yrs...
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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