Question about 2000 Volvo S80
I would say its the fuse for the AC/ Heater system and the heated seats just run off the same fuse .
But its a big fuse at least 30 AMPS or mabay even a circuit breaker .All of these things draw a lot of currant .
Look in the fuse box the AC Fuse or bearker
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
These are usually related to a FUSE. In the OWNER's MANUAL look for the FUSE section and see if the non-working devices are listed on the same fuse, and where the FUSE panel is located. Fuses can be purchased @ an Auto Parts, Hardware store or the dealer.
It could also be a relay for these devices. Look online in the Volvo Forums for more info.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your CCM (Climate Control Module) is dead, or asleep. Look in the fuse box at the left end of the dashboard and pull the fuse and see if it resets the CCM. The module may need to be reprogrammed or replaced.
My suggestion is that you take this to a Volvo mechanic, one who has experience with working on these 1999- Volvo models. They have a networked computer system that requires special tools to diagnose and download software into the modules.
Also, it is a good idea to have them perform a total software upgrade, it will address many issues, and may prevent other issues from occurring.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
SOURCE: HEATED SEATS
OK, there are two problem spots here that you will need to inspect. i would advise to inspect the switch and the element functions. A bad element will show no continuity. replace the element in the seats if they are not registering continuity. I would also inspect the actual enabling switch for its operational value as well. test accordingly and replace if found to be defective.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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