Question about Volvo S80
I have an S80, never had a problem. It's possible the key battery has "expired". Try your spare key. What about the car's battery if it is not good there may not be enough power to allow the Key to function properly. Are you sure it is the proper key? Antitheft and security features may require help from a Volvo dealer!
Posted on Oct 28, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi there i presumed as you have told us that the back seats don't fold down that you have access to the inside of the car, if this is the case you could remove the backrest of the back seat and fish for the keys throw the holes in the back panel. regard John
Posted on May 16, 2009
thats because your regular key probably has an electic connection to the car so go to your volvo dealer and they should be able to clear anything up or replace it with a key that will work
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Pay the dealer the $300.00. I have been told it's worth it to have an extra set due to the computer communication of the keys with the ignition (not sure how it works exactly.) To re-key or get a new ignition costs like 1600-1800 dollars and takes approximately 10 days to even get the parts. I checked with a Volvo dealership in WA State. I am having problems with my ignition now and the keys won't come out or turn the last little click to be able to pull them out (but not all the time), also my car will turn on no problem (only have trouble getting keys out) my car just won'y go into gear, it seems it happens more frequently when it is below 55 degrees, even after the car temp guage has reached the half way mark. I have a 1999 Volvo S80 (I hate that car!)
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The most common source of a leak would be the torque converter seal, replacement of the seal requires the removal of the transmission.
Posted on Apr 30, 2012
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