Question about 2002 Volvo S80
How do you reset the SRS-AIRBAG Service Urgent light after installing new central module for ignition start for 2001 Volvo S80?
Just unhook the battery for about 20 minutes. if you have an anti-theft radio make sure you know the code and how to enter it.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Some swear this works, others say it doesn't.
If it doesn't, the only other solution appears to be having the dealer reset the code. From what I read, it happens all the time if you do work and don't disconnect the negative on the battery. Try this...
Turn ignition position 1
Press and hold the odometer reset button
Turn ignition to position 2 (continue to hold odometer reset button)
After the Service Light flashes, release the reset button.
Tip: Do not wait for the light to stop flashing. Release the reset button within 5 seconds from the beginning of flashing. this should reset the service light. you must be in t1 for the reset to work it will not reset in t2 mode.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
A gallon of gas and a match.....I hate this car...my X got the V70XC Wagon and I got this POS...this car has been nothing but a heartache...I've got so much $ into it, I can't afford to trade it in....STAY AWAY FROM A 1999 S-80...they all need to be crushed and melted down...wish I still had my 240....
Posted on Mar 10, 2012
On my S80, I had to replace the airbag module (under the console just behind the shifter). Once it was replaced, my Autel EODB scanner reset the warning. The key to this is, you have a European car that requires a European ODB scanner for resets.
Posted on Feb 17, 2015
If the ignition/trip meter process fails, find a local Volvo dealer with the VIDA/DiCE and have them reset it. It's a 5 minute process to hook the computer to the car and reset that light.
Also make sure your seatbelt latch is working properly. They've been known to trip that light once in a while. A connector comes undone when you move the seat back/forward and then trips the light.
You can buy a pirate version of VIDA with a DiCE box on eBay for around $100 and do it yourself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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