Question about Volvo V70
The SRS is the secondary restraint system, ie. air bag system. I wouldn't recommend trying to diagnose this by yourself. The safest thing to do is to take the vehicle to your local Volvo technician or dealership. Trying to work with airbags when you don't know what you are doing is VERY dangerous. If one where deploy at the wrong time it could fatally injure you.
Otherwise - check your connections on the back of the control box you removed. It could be a loose connection that didn't get plugged all the way back in.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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