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Try resetting the electrical system by locking and unlocking the doors with your key in the driver's door 5 times in a row. A service manager at a Volvo dealer showed me this after they did some work on my car and on the way home the sunroof wouldn't close.
I have a 2001 S80 that I have to reset the electrical system like this every time I disconnect the battery. All kinds of stuff stops working...sun roof, door locks, lights, radio, windows, etc. Just reset like described and everything should start working again.
that is because you have an electrical relay that has burned out. this is a high powered relay running different components in the car. check your owners manual and just replace this from auto parts store.
i cant help you with anything but the radio, but dont just check the fuse-you have to actually remove it for about one minute and put it back in. it shuold then work! ughhhhh VW!!!! thank god for sites like these!
best advices would be to check your fuses in the cabin or under the hood.
your grounding cable from battery or chassis is either loose or corroded. check your battery terminals and make sure they're clean. i had the exact same problem when relocating my battery from the front of the car to the trunk of the car. my ground cable was loose and the electrical circuit didnt seem to be going through the cycle.