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Check your Transmission Fluid first. Also have it Scanned to find out what the Light is about. You could have a Faulty Speed Sensor on the Transmission.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


Go to your local volvo dealer with proof of ownership, Reg docs in the UK and they should be able to provide you with the code as long asit is the original radio fitted

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Dec 01, 2014


Weird one - have you tried resetting the error and seeing if it comes back? If not, good. Temporary hiccup.
If it comes back, maybe source a used/no error SRS module and swap out with yours and see what happens. The codes are recorded in the SRS module so a good one will have no codes.

Alternatively, it might be corrosion in one of the wiring looms - if you can trace out the wires (and ohm them out) going through the door to the car, the problem might be in there too.

The SRS module is allegedly easy to swap with four bolts and 20 minutes to spare. Depending on how cheap they are to get, that could be worth a shot.
Good luck, and please post a comment if/when you find a solution to help others. :)

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Nov 25, 2014


Turn the key into position "1" and turn on the radio (of course it will not be functioning but must be on power).

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


The code is 6666.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


Always the first check is bulbs. You have to physically replace bulbs because sometimes a bad one looks like good.

If there is no voltage at both lamps check Central Electronic Module. In European models it is located behind the cover that is under the steering wheel, at the left side, next to front hood open lever.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


VIN doesn't matter. You need to read the serial number from radio housing. Then go to your dealer. Sometimes you'll be happy and get the code for free. Sometimes dealers charge for this. You can also try to ask some independent specialists. Anyway: the start point is serial no. of the radio.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014


Do it at 60,000 miles, it is cheaper than a damaged engine-Volvo had different recommendations:
All models - 1999MY: Replacement of timing belt and tensioner every 80,000 miles or 8 years.
1,6/1,8/2,0 - 2000-01MY: Replacement of timing belt and tensioner at the following intervals:
90,000 miles/8 years.
186,000 miles/16 years.
1,9T/2,0T - 2000MY: Replacement of timing belt and tensioner at the following intervals:
66,000 miles/6 years.
138,000 miles/12 years.
210,000 miles/18 years.
2,0T - 2001MY: Replacement of timing belt and tensioner at the following intervals:
90,000 miles/8 years.
186,000 miles/16 years.
All models - 2002MY : Replacement of timing belt and tensioner every 96,000 miles or 8 years.
The previous use and service history of the vehicle must always be taken into account.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Jun 02, 2011


It has a timing belt.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Jan 22, 2011


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2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Jan 13, 2011


I would check to make sure the caliper is secure first and the overall condition of the rotor for maybe over heating if the caliper stuck at one point........Hope this helps.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Oct 09, 2010


This sounds like maybe something inside the ignition switch is bad,you would need to remove the cylinder lock to see if it in the switch or the lock cylinder,

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Jun 21, 2010


Probably the wiper motor needs some maintenance. The grooves that hold the wiper arm may be worn, but usually it is the motor itself which needs new brushes or something.

Not expensive. Probably cheaper to buy a new one than try to repair the old one which may then work another few months.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Dec 13, 2009


you will need new seat belt catch seat will come out and catch will be broken careful and you problem will be fixed so you will need new catch for seat belt

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Aug 18, 2009


On the right side of your dash, there is a lever sticking out, odometer stem, where you should be able to turn right or left depending on which direction you want to go. Hold it in that direction, don't push it.

2004 Volvo V40... | Answered on Jul 21, 2009

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