Question about 2005 Volvo V70
This points to a sensor fault. Although there are a few possibilities. An easy DIY is to get the wheels of and give everything a good rinse with a hose to get the brake dust off. Refrain from using a power washer. Brake dust can mess up the wheel speed sensors. For your sake I hope this is it.
Next can be a faulty yaw sensor. This sensor tells the computer whether your car is rotating around any of the centre axis ie broadside in a skid or rolling over.It needs to be replaced. Stealership only.
Another is the control unit and interface with the brake system pump(ABS). This one's expensive and definately not DIY. No backyard mechanics or non-authorised service centres as it is a highly technical and complex repair that requires the stealership to link the car with Volvo Sweden to update the software after the repair.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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