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The dealer should be able to tell you that. Your VIN will specify what trans you have (it's based on your engine and what country/market you're in) and if the trans is the same behind both engines, you should be ok.
HOWEVER, I thought there was a difference in the 2002 and 2003 cars - at least in the North American market, when it came to transmissions, so I am really not able to answer.
Sadly, checking with the Volvo dealer may be the easiest way to determine this.
Dealers are expensive place to get parts, so be ready for that with your Volvo XC 90 2004. Try a local salvage yard, ebay, or some other web site to get a replacement part. Otherwise, expect about $100 to fix a broken taillight.
Simply hold down the button you want to use (there are 3 for up to 3 different garage doors) until the light flashes and keep holding it down. Now place the garage door opener up near the sun visor and hold it's button down until the light on the on button you are programming flashes. It is now programed. The other 2 are done the same way. Good luck. It took me a while to find the info, it's not in any Volvo manuals I could find.