Question about Volvo C70
Start simple. Previous owners may have spilled something in the switches on the side of the seat. Use some compressed air to blow out anything stuck in the switch. Go to gas station and use tire inflator if you dont have a compressor. Put some rubbing alcohol on a q-tip and try to clean as much as you can on and behind the switch as good as you can. This should free up the switch and stop the "ghost".
Posted on May 18, 2011
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