Question about Volvo S80
This is caused by a faulty relay in the break pedal. There is a switch in the break pedal that sends a signal to the shifter to release when the brake is pressed. For some reason Volvo's seem to have pretty flaky relays as they fail quite a bit. Some models (not sure what year yours is) have a key unlock next to the shifter that will allow you to bypass the relay. Look around the shift knob for somewhere to insert a key... You may not have one, either way you are going to want to get this care into a Volvo mechanic right away. It's not too expensive to fix but is necessary.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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