Question about 2002 Volvo S60
Posted by Anonymous on
If you have confirmed that the fault is intermittent, make sure if it is coming on during jecks or movements of the car. If so there is a confirmed fault of the wiring harness making a bad connection with the instrument cluster. go under the dassh and start by moving you hand over all the connectors/ harness shaking for the dash board to react to power. slowly proceed to get to the fault area., If you ahve not been able to acieve this , then the instrument cluster unit has to be dismounted and checked for cracks or dry connections. Check this out. good day
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