Question about 2005 Volvo S60
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: volvo s60-2.4 D5 2001
Its most likely your siren module.
It is located in the right fender well just behind the wheel liner.
Remove the R/F wheel, remove the torx 25 screws, pull the liner to the rear and you can see it right there above the liner.
To remove the siren module...it uses a sheer bolt, which unfortunately you'd need to either drill it out, or use a dremel to slice a slot to get a screw driver in to remove the sheer bolt.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
DASH LIGHTS ON 850 VOLVOS SOMETIMES THEY DONT MAKE A GOOD CONTCACT I REPLACED MY ISTRUMENT CLUSTER AND HAD TO TKE IT OUT 4 TIMES AND PUT ELECTRICAL GREASE ON BULBS AND CHECK THE DIMMER SWITCH IS ALL THE WAY TO THE RIGHT OR THE HEADLIGHT SWITCH PLUG
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
SOURCE: volvo s80 dashboard fault
I recently purchased a 2002 S60 D5 which had this problem. I am not a Volvo expert so don't know if it could be the same fault, but it sounds identical. No lights, gauges etc, but intermittently and very briefly comes on. Having heard some silly prices for replacement dash and ECU, I had a look. I found 4 poor soldered joints on the dash circuit board (top left processor & heat sink). I cleaned them and re-soldered them, although I had continuity just after cleaning the corrosion. The dashboard has worked perfectly since (3 weeks) . If you try this make sure you disconnect the battery first or you may have the SRS airbag warning light on! (I had to have it re-set at the dealers!!)
The whole process took less than an hour. If you are not electronically savvi get one of your mates who is to have a look..
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Most likely. Usually what happens to mine, is the wires to the sensors get broken from stones hitting them. i splice them back together and they are good for a while. Or the sensors get dirty.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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