I have a 2002 Volvo S60 2.4T AWD with close to 112500 miles. I had my timing belt replaced on Monday for regular maintenance and Tuesday night I could not unlock my car like the battery had died. When I manually opened the car the lights didn't come on and wouldn't start. Thought I had a dead battery but the second try it started and then died. On the third try the car turned on completely but the SRS-Airbag Service Urgent. When I try and reset it while holding down the odometer the number 025 pops up and then the warning comes back. What could have caused all of this to happen? Possibly a bad connection somewhere? Thanks, Brooke
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No! This electrical! I'm having the same problem with my 04R too. I've replaced the alternator and battery. Still having the problem. Dealer says there is module thats going bad and draining my electrical system.........
Most common SRS fault in XC90's is the driver side SIPS bag (side air bag) located in the side of the seat. The wire runs close to the hinge for the backrest and after working back and forth can break or short.
If you have SRS and "brake failure" it should be taken to a dealer. a shadetree mechanic will screw more up than he will fix in this case. trust me on this! you will pay a price, but will save you more $ and less headache in the longrun.
You are in the Ballpark. It will cost you several Hundred to fix. Will prob have to have the module replaced. Go to a trusted European repair placed. DO NOT TAKE TO DEALERunless you want to give them the car. They are very happy with $$$$$$$$ You can fix for alot less than dealer. Good luck.