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there is usually a press in clip each end of this type of configureation , so press the clips and slide apart

2010 Volvo XC60 | Answered on Jan 21, 2019

This link is to change oil but it show how to check level if it is same engine. This link the level is checked from the drain plug. It has a tube on drain plug and a plug to cap off tube.

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 20, 2019


1 Make sure all doors are closed, as well as the hood. Make sure the tailgate or trunk is locked. Get into the car and lock all doors.

2 Insert the key and turn it from the insertion position (position I) to the "on" position (position II - not the "start" position) five times. In other words, all the dash lights come on, but the engine doesn't start. When you turn the key to ON the fifth time, leave it there. You have 10 seconds to perform this whole step.

3 Hold down each remote button for a second or two, so the car identifies those buttons as the ones to respond to. If you want multiple remotes to work for that car, you'll need to hit the buttons on each of them in rapid succession (all within 5 seconds) as well. You can program up to three remotes per car.

4 Get new batteries if the above doesn't work, and try it again. If you already have new batteries in the remote, then proceed to the next step.

5 Press and hold down the odometer reset button.

6 Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position.

7 Release the odometer button while the service reminder light (SRL) flashes. Don't wait until the flashing stops to release the odometer button. If you did that, you waited too long.

8 Turn the ignition off.

2000 Volvo S40 | Answered on Jan 14, 2019

There are several parts that could cause that message, and getting it to a garage to properly diagnose it would be a great idea. If it's the I think it was 2001 to 2009 model, one huge culprit for that error, especially if it is intermittent and more often seen in hotter weather, is the "clockspring" or steering wheel position sensor. It determines the position of the steering wheel to help the anti-skid system determine how to apply breaking or torque to the wheels as needed. It's a known failure point and easy to replace, but can cost between about $250 and $350 easily. Other culprits could be a yaw rate sensor or a sensor in the wheel area that determines the rotation speed of the wheel. That part is super easy to get to and cheap to replace, but usually don't go bad.

Volvo S60 Cars &... | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

Make sure you replaced the correct bulb. Look them all over. Volvo uses the same bulb name for more than one bulb that serve the same function. Also, make sure it's a standard bulb with filament, NOT an LED replacement. LED bulbs don't have the same resistance, and the car can't tell there is a bulb there.

2013 Volvo XC60 | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

The diagram I have shows the coil being powered directly from the ignition switch the same wire powers one gate in the ECM and a radio suppression control just so you know in case you run into the splice. I hope this helps, take care. If you have more questions about this vehicle or just want to say hi! use testimonial. Thanks

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019


you need to get the car radiator change, no issues in engine, before replacing the radiator try to put fresh coolent water and release the old one. and check the relay which controls the radiator fan.

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 09, 2019

Cooling fan relays are usually located under the hood in the engine compartment in the black box with all of the fuses. On the under side of the box cover it will usually give a drawing of the fuses and relays and the position they hold in the box.

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 07, 2019

If it's electric, check the fuse or switch. Good luck.

Volvo C70 Cars &... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

Your revs are higher because the transmission is not shifting into the higher gear ranges. There is an apparent problem in your transmission that needs immediate attention. In the U.S., this is called "limp mode" and is designed to keep you from being stranded but to also make you so uncomfortable with the performance that you will take it for service as soon as possible. If it were my car, I would have it towed to a dealer for service. If you can't tow it, drive it SLOWLY to the nearest dealer while watching the tachometer and keeping it under under 2,500 RPM. Good luck.

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

This link might help ... data indicates for right and left high beams, fuses are in box in passenger compartment (58 & 59)

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

Pop onto your local Volvo dealer, they will give you it as long as you can prove ownership.

Volvo Cars &... | Answered on Jan 01, 2019

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