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CAN A USED CEM BE REPROGRAMED


if i remember correctly CEM contains information about immobiliser. You need to sync it with your keys at dealers.

Jan 14, 2016 | 2005 Volvo XC70

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What's the number of the lighter fuse for Volvo S40 model 2011


The fuse is located on the CEM. To get to it you will need to get under the passenger side dash. Under the dash there is going to be a cloth like cover. You will need to press up on the center of the 2 clips holding the cover. Once you have the cover removed you will be able to see the CEM. To get the CEM down you need to twist the 2 tabs that are holding it up. Once you got those off the CEM should drop down just a bit and you will be able to pull it down to expose the fuses. If my memory serves me right it should be fuse #45 and it is a 15 amp fuse.

Jan 12, 2016 | Volvo Cars & Trucks

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Replacing v50 cem


CEM also needs to be reprogrammed.

Mar 21, 2012 | 2004 Volvo V50

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I was driving yesterday and my engine stalled and then all the dashboard lights went completely out.


From what I have seen at my dealership, people with similar problems like all electronics randomly shut off or many electronics shut off randomly. In these cases you would be lucky if it is a bad battery, could also be the alternator not putting out current and the battery draining down. What this would cause would be a lack of proper voltage to the modules in your car which would cause them to shut down. But usually it is a complete failure or intermittent failure of the cem (central electronics module) this is the computer that controls all of the electronics in the car. If you plan on taking it to a dealership to have them diagnose it I would plan to be able to leave it with them for a while if it is the cem sometimes it's a quick diagnoses but other times it can take a while because cem problems can leave a list of trouble codes stored in the car, it can make many of the other modules in the car that it provides power to appear to be bad, when it's really just the cem not getting correct power to the other modules to run properly. Also wether you take to dealership or trusted mechanic or work on it yourself always remember that for whoever looks at it for this or for anything in the future, if the car is scanned and a failure trouble code comes back for any module ALLWAYS check the connectors and wires going to it for corrosion before replacing anything. Corrosion will block power and electrical signals that make modules appear to fail when all they really need is a cleaning on the pin connectors or some wiring replaced. Hope this helps and good luck.

Sep 22, 2011 | 2000 Volvo S80

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Brake lights won't work, what's a cem control unit


For your brake lights...First check your fuses...next check your brake light switch..that would get your brakes lights working..Now cem control unit??? Do you mean (Climate Control Unit)??

Jun 12, 2011 | 2001 Volvo S80

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My 2006 Volvo V50 won't start.


Check the passenger foot area. The CEM is located there and many time passengers unplug connections with their feet unknowingly.

There is only thin insulation between the foot area and the CEM.

CEM= Central electronics module.

Jan 26, 2010 | 2006 Volvo V50

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