I have a 2002 Volvo S60 and the interior electrical components are having a regular fit! Please help...
I am having problems with both left and right front power windows and power locks (will not respond to switch control). Front left window will sometimes not respond unless I toggle the children lock switch, right front window works once in a lifetime. Both front left and right power locks do not respond to switch. Rear windows and locks work fine on command.
Yesterday, after turning car off and removing ignition key, the interior fan began to operate on itself, could not get it to shut-off until I placed key in ignition and opened switch again. After turning ignition off and removing key again, could hear small fan inside central console still operating. Removed apropiate fuse...
Today, replaced fuse and started car, could not get heating/cooling fans to work. Had to remove neg cable from battery (for more than 1 hour) when re-connected, fans worked as normal...
Could all this misshap be credited to one source or may I be having a series of problems. Is there anywhere on the web where I could see a layout of interior relays (under dash next to steering column) to figure out what relays does what?
For windows, try to clean the relay from the engine compartiment, may be is an imperfect contact. About the interior fan is normaly, at volvo s60, because it has a sensor, and the fan start to clean your ventilation sistem. It runs only 7 minutes, than it's stops. you don't have to wory. Sorry for, my english, but i'm from Romania. I hope you understand
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Yes,if the wiring is not the same, you will have to either find different
wire harnesses that fit, or last but least, have someone good with
electric, find the power wire from the old harness, and get it wired into
the new seats to power them up. Good luck.
go tt www.volvocars.com select your region (ie United States). Go to sales&service and click on volvo owners info. you will have to register but all that is required is an email address. Put in your information about year and model car, you can click owners information and should be able to download a free copy of your owners manual. I had to do the same thing for my s60. I hope this information is helpful to you.
THE 445 IS THE EVAP PURGE VALVE IT MAY BE BAD BOTH 446 IS SAME VAVLE YOU NEED TO SEE IF THE HOSE ARE GOOD ON THIS VAVLE MAKE SHERE NO CRACKS IF NOT PULL HOSES AND SEE IF SOMTHING IN VAVLE ITS NEAR THE CANSTER AND THAT IS NEAR THE GAS TANK UNDER CAR PUT CHECK GAS CAP MAKE SHERE ITS TIGHT HOPE THIS HELPS
It's certainly a good idea to check all of the levels regularly. Oil, water, power steering, brake fluid etc, and if they need topping up, then top them up. But if any are dangerously low, and there could be a problem, you will be aware of it before it poses a bigger problem. (& or a higher price to fix;) If problems still persist, come back to us with the symptoms, as accurately as possible, and we'll be sure to fixya. Hope this helps.
We own a 2004 XC 70 Volvo AWD. The interior rear view mirror decided to die. There is a discolored patch (bubble type) in the middle section of the mirror. A new one will set us back a cool grand! Does anyone out there know how to fix it?
Volvo dealer says:
It cannot be replaced with a used one.
It's software operated.
A similar one from a similar car will not work, It will play havoc with other components, ie: sun roof, electric windows, etc.
All I needed was a new battery. They installed a new one, and I think that's waht caused the rear view mirror to go bad. They probably shorted the system as they were installing the battery.