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Dear Katherine,

I'm in the belief that you don't have the Owner's Manual. That being said, the link below is for the S70, which has the same clock as you have, yet I'm giving you this link for it's the entire Owner's Manual and that way you'll have an Owner's Manual at your fingertips. http://apps.volvocars.us/ownersdocs/1998/1998_SV70/98sv70_000.htm

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