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S80 2000 codes

I have a s80 and the codes have ereased from the compute.r does any one have a clue how to get them back before even going to the delear. / also the lights are gone al so .can any one help thank you.

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Just keep driving the car and the codes will come back try to drive it for a lest three days before going to the dealer

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