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How do i reset service light on 2004 volvo c70?

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hold down the trip computer button, turn igntion key to position 2. wait until orange triangle in the instrument cluster starts flashing, then let go of the trip computer button

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 Volvo C70 console light

IT IS A LITTLE BULB IN THE GEAR SELECTOR SAME AS ASTRAY LIGHT IT COSTS 10.00 AT A VOLVO DEALER AND THE REASON IT KEEPS BURNING OUT IS THAT BUMPS IN THE ROAD CAN SHOCK IT AND YES IT WILL BURN OUT

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Location of cabin air filter

Remove drivers side underdash sound proofing panel, remove accelerator pedal(yeah I know). Fold carpet back remove three retaining screws from cover, fold cover up. remove filter by moving it out behind brake pedal.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: volvo c70-2004 sun visor Problem: won't stay up

usually when the visor break, three things you can do, one is to take it apart( the arm of the visor) slowly and look for a broken plastic part pieces which you can superglue it back together, if the broken plastic peice is not still there and missing then you will have to replace it with the new one. Junkyard or ebay may carry some used. Dealer wont be that expensive either. 3rd, take the lens off and remove the bulb from the visor, this way it wont drain the battery. To hold the visor up you can try to find a velcro tape from auto parts store, by taping one side of the visor and the other top of the roof that way when you fold it up the velcro will stick to one another. this will be a temporary fix.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: need radio code for a 2004 volvo c70

You'll need to go to the Dealer with the car to get the radio code.

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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Reset service message in Volvo V50, S40, C30, C70 and other


Reset Volvo service reminder indicator or maintenance messages after changing oil, filters and inspecting brakes and suspension.

  1. Press and hold trip reset button,
  2. turn on the ignition,
  3. wait for the yellow warning light to start blinking,
  4. release the button and wait for confirmations sound,
  5. turn off the ignition,
  6. turn the ignition back on to check if the service message is gone.
This procedure will reset messages:
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This also works in any other modern Volvo car, like: C30, C70, S40, S60, S80, V40, V50, V60, V70, XC60, XC70, XC90.
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When you car is displaying engine system service required, what will one do?


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2004 Volvo C70 console light


IT IS A LITTLE BULB IN THE GEAR SELECTOR SAME AS ASTRAY LIGHT IT COSTS 10.00 AT A VOLVO DEALER AND THE REASON IT KEEPS BURNING OUT IS THAT BUMPS IN THE ROAD CAN SHOCK IT AND YES IT WILL BURN OUT

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Answer Ijust tried this with my 2004 C70 and it worked.
Cheers!

To reset your service light here are the steps.

1. Get in your car and shut the door.
2. Put your key in the ignition
3. Turn your ignition key to position 1
4. Push in your Odometer reset button and hold it in while holding it move the ignition key to position 2 while holding down the odometer reset button.
5. After couple of seconds of holding the button down and the key in position 2 your service light will start to blink once that happens let go of the reset button and start the car.

This should reset your service light and a service light on your Volvo C/S/V70 cars from 1999 onwards.

Oct 24, 2008 | 2003 Volvo C70

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