Question about Volvo 850
Hi, check the charging system making sure all is working well and the battery will past the test. Replace and repair any questionable parts. Next try to wiggle the ignition key to see if that turns off the lights. Some ignition cylinders can show their age by doing some goofy things, one of them being that the dash lights are on. Wiggle the key and see if they go out. The electrical portion of the switch wears out after time. If in doubt replace and retest.
Replacing the ignition cylinder should be less than $100...
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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