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Hi Debra, The fuse box for the Volvo are on the passenger side end of the instrument panel behind the cover....the passenger door will have to be open to access it and it is just prised off with a small screwdriver, the fuse removal tool should be inside and the fuse list should be on the reverse of the cover but I think it is No 13 fuse you need to replace!
take off outer trim molding usually clip on or few screws and that should open up to mounting brackets or more screws to the instrument cluster. once you have the instrument panel or cluster out you should see access to the lights.
Yes, it has an electrical fuel pump located in the gas tank. First check the fuel pump fuse located in the fuse panel on the left outer side of the dash. You can only access this panel with the driver's door open. It is located near the black button for the dome lights and chime.
It is a 20-amp fuse. Replace it if it is blown, but ONLY with a 20-amp fuse. The wire harness for the fuel pump sometimes goes bad, or the pump motor, or the wire harness inside the tank to the pump motor. If the blown fuse is replaced with a larger-amp fuse, you could cause a fire or explosion.
If it blows the replacement fuse, stop. Fuses blow for a reason, 9 times out of 10. Call a tow truck to remove the truck to a qualified repair shop.
If you have a faulty O2 sensor the PCM will not send the command to the coil(s) to fire, and if the PCM is faulty, then you will get the same issue. I would recommend that you start with the simplest thigs first and check the fuse panel in the car, and under the hood, then check the relays, and then the O2 sensor, and the PCM.