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2000 Volvo s80. My directional signal and high

2000 Volvo s80. My directional signal and high beam have stopped working. The fuse is good, the bullbs are good. can it be a relay switch? If so, how do I repair it?

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    the moonroof does not work unless i put power directly to the motor. i have changed all switches, fuses, relays, and the control module that i can find. and still no power. I know the motor is good. does anyone know what the problem is?

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Hi
It is NOT the relay as the relay for the flasher and beam are seperate.
Its the switch consol in the steering that needs to be looked into.
Regards
Berry

Posted on May 05, 2010

  • Malcolm macdonald Mar 30, 2013

    Hi how do I check the switch consol cheers

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