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2004 volvo s60. need help asap

No warning to the events. On numerous occassions, the car feels as if it has hit a large object, temporarily lurches and appears to momentarily stall creating a temporary loss of vehicle control. This is followed by an immediate loss of all instrument gauges, air conditioner, window controls and dool locks. The fan did continue to work. The abs warning light also indicated as well as a warning that no brakes function existed. The srs service air bag urgent indication is illuminated. On turning the car off and restarting, the functions of the car return with exception that the srs service air bag urgent indication remains. This problem can take months to repeat or only a matter of minutes. It seems to be more prevalent in hot weather.

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No! This electrical! I'm having the same problem with my 04R too. I've replaced the alternator and battery. Still having the problem. Dealer says there is module thats going bad and draining my electrical system.........

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3 things to check /fuel filter/fuel pump/and exhaust-maybe blocked

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I thought I was going to be a Volvo for life kind of customer until experiencing electric problems with all my Volvos.. This is my second Volvo and was looking to buy a new one next year but changed my mind after my Volvo S60 2004 had the same computer/software/electric problem with the SRS-Airbag urgent/error message. Twice while driving in hot weather the car's dashboard indicators turn off, the car still drives but needs more power. I turn it off and on and everything is back to normal with the SRS-airbag message on. My solution is to buy a different brand of car next time, Volvo cars are really bad with the electrical system.

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