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Volvo 2002-04; V70, XC7O, XC9O, S40, S60, S80
Ignition position I. Press and hold in the reset button for the trip odometer. Ignition position II. NOTE: TURN THE KEY TO POSITION II WITHIN 2 SECONDS! Hold the reset button for the trip odometer pressed in until the original value has been reset. The information lamp lights when the reset button must be released.
Release the reset button for the tnp odometer within 4 seconds. The instrument gives an audible signal when resetting has succeeded. If the trip odometer is already reset, the rest button must be held in for a minimum of 10 seconds and a maximum of 14 seconds.

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Oct 22, 2013


heater core or valve is broken under dash on in firewall.do not drive untill u fix it you might cost more problem like overheating and damage head gasket.or u can bypass it disconnect 2 water line hose in/out line,from outside farewall. but u wont having a inside heater.

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Oct 14, 2013


the battery cables may be oxidized or loose. clean and tighten. Did you leave an interior light on? do you have a battery charger?

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Oct 04, 2013


Possibly dead battery, Possibly bad connection on the battery, Could be your solenoid, Should make sure it isn't a fuse as well. Owners manual should get you some insight on which Fuse it should be.

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Oct 04, 2013


Sounds like the little rubber band that drives the pinch roller has broken and/or jumped off its pulleys. Simple fix, but you will have to take it out and take the upper cover off to get to it.

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Sep 13, 2013


you just call your dealer first or friend who has scanner to reset the memory of your car. one more things is you just try to remove the fuse just for a few second. and return it again just try it.

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Aug 07, 2013


Hello cf2154.

Here is a diagram showing the location of the canister ahead of the right rear wheel well under the vehicle.
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The purge valve on most vehicles is under the hood. Purge opens when the vehicle is running under certain driving conditions to burn the stored vapors from the canister. Its usual position is closed.
If this valve fails to seal it will set a code for a leak failure. These valves are usually not the ones that fail the most.

The shut off valve on the other hand is normally open and closes only when the system runs a test to check the integrity of the system.
If this valve sticks closed it makes it hard to fill the fuel tank. Or if it sticks open the test will fail because it leaks.
Because they are more exposed to road debris and damage they are usually the ones that fail.

If you would like further assistance with this problem, please ask me here in a comment.
Thank you for using FixYa.
KL

Volvo S80 Cars &... | Answered on Jul 28, 2013

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