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Volvo Service
Certain service remedies, which affect the car’s electrical system, can only be carried out using electronic equipment
specially developed for the car. Always contact your Volvo workshop, before beginning or carrying out any service
which affects the electrical system.
Installing accessories
The incorrect connection and installation of accessories can negatively affect the car’s electrical system. Certain
accessories only function when the appropriate software has been programmed into the car electrical system. Always
contact your Volvo workshop, before installing accessories which are connected to or affect the electrical system.
Recording vehicle data
One or several of the computers in your Volvo are capable of recording detailed information which may include
specific details - without being limited to - regarding; frequency of seat belt use by the driver and passenger,
information on various vehicle system and module functions and status information regarding the engine, throttle,
steering, brakes and other systems.
This information may include details regarding the manner in which the driver operates the vehicle. This type of
information can include specific details - without being limited to - regarding vehicle speed, use of the brakes,
accelerator pedal or steering wheel position. This information can be stored while the car is being driven, during a
collision or a near-collision.
The stored information may be read and used by:
• Volvo Car Corporation
• Service and repair facilities
• Police and other authorities
• Other interested parties who are entitled - or receive your permission for - access to this information.
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Contents
An alphabetical index is at the back of the book.
In addition to describing the standard equipment this manual also
covers optional and extra equipment. In addition there are also
equipment alternatives, manual or automatic transmission for example.
In certain countries statutory requirements affect the level of equipment.
This means that it is occasionally necessary to page past sections of
the book which describe equipment not installed on your car.
The specifications, design features and illustrations in this Owner’s
Manual are not binding. We reserve the right to make modifications
without prior notice.
Safety
Safety
Instruments, switches, controls
Climate control
Interior
Locks, alarm
Starting, driving, gearshifting
Wheels and tyres
Fuses, bulb replacement
Car care and Service
Specifications
Audio
Telephone
Index
Page
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© Volvo Car Corporation
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Dashboard - left-hand drive
Temperature gauge .................. 26
Speedometer ........................... 26
Odometer ................................ 26
Trip odometer ......................... 26
Warning symbols .................... 27
Display ................................... 30
Tachometer .............................. 26
Automatic gearbox ................. 26
Clock ...................................... 26
Outside temperature sensor .... 26
Fuel gauge .............................. 26
Hazard warning flashers....38
Electronic climate control ECC ........................... 48
Manual climate control A/C ................................ 52
Seat heating ......................................................... 38
Defroster - rear window, door mirrors ............... 38
Main/Dipped beam .................. 35
Position/Parking lamps ............ 35
Fog lamps ................................ 35
Instrument lighting .................. 35
Beam length control ................. 35
Steering wheel adjustment ........ 36
Airbag ......................................... 9
Cruise control ........................... 34
Radio keypad .......................... 147
Windscreen washers/wipers ..... 37
Direction indicator lever ........... 36
Trip computer ........................... 33
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Radio ..... 141
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Dashboard - right-hand drive
Hazard warning
flashers ....................... 38
Temperature gauge .................. 26
Speedometer ........................... 26
Odometer ................................ 26
Tripodometer .......................... 26
Warning symbols .................... 27
Display ................................... 30
Tachometer .............................. 26
Automatic gearbox ................. 26
Clock ...................................... 26
Outside temperature sensor .... 26
Fuel gauge .............................. 26
Main/Dipped beam .................. 35
Position/Parking lamps ............ 35
Fog lamps ................................ 35
Instrument lighting .................. 35
Beam length control ................. 35
Radio ..... 141
Electronic climate control ECC ........................... 48
Manual climate control A/C ................................ 52
Seat heating ......................................................... 38
Defroster - rear window, door mirrors ............... 38
Steering wheel adjustment ....... 36
Airbag ........................................ 9
Cruise control .......................... 34
Radio keypad ......................... 147
Windscreen washers/wipers .... 37
Direction indicator lever .......... 36
Trip computer .......................... 33
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Interior - left-hand drive
Doors and Locks ..................... 68
Alarm ....................................... 73
Power windows ...................... 40
Power mirror controls ............. 41
Glovebox ................ 62
Manual gearbox ....................
Automatic gearbox ...............
Geartronic .............................
Handbrake ............................
Switch in centre console .......
82
83
85
39
31
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Tipping backrests forward ..........
Hatch for long loads ....................
Tilting head restraints forward ....
Adjusting head restraints .............
Child locks ...................................
Integrated booster cushion
for children ..................................
4
65
65
31
59
72
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Manual adjustment of front seats ............... 58
Electrical adjustment of front seats ............. 60
Seat heating ................................................. 38
Cleaning the upholstery ............................ 119
Interior - right hand drive
Doors and Locks ..................... 68
Alarm ....................................... 73
Power windows ...................... 40
Power mirror controls ............. 41
Glovebox. ............... 62
Manual gearbox ....................
Automatic gearbox ...............
Geartronic .............................
Handbrake ............................
Switch in centre console .......
82
83
85
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31
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Manual adjustment of front seats ............... 58
Electrical adjustment of front seats ............. 60
Seat heating ................................................. 38
Cleaning the upholstery ............................ 119
Tipping backrests forward ..........
Hatch for long loads ....................
Tilting head restraints forward ....
Adjusting head restraints .............
Child locks ...................................
Integrated booster cushion
for children ..................................
65
65
31
59
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Exterior
Sunroof ........................ 42
Fuel filler flap ........................... 78
Refuelling ................................. 78
Economical driving ................... 80
Cleaning the car body .............. 118
Rustproofing ............................ 116
Touching up paintwork ............ 117
8000233d
Replacing main beam bulb ......... 108
Replacing dipped beam bulb ...... 108
Replacing position lamp bulb ..... 109
Replacing direction indicator lamp
bulb ............................................. 109
Replacing fog lamp bulb ............ 111
Replacing headlamp wiper
blades .......................................... 132
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Tyres ........................ 97
Wheels ..................... 97
Brakes ...................... 18
Spare wheel ............. 100
Changing wheels ..... 102
Boot lid .......................................................... 70
Replacing reversing lamp bulb ................... 110
Replacing brake lamp bulb .......................... 110
Replacing tail lamp bulb .............................. 110
Replacing direction indicator lamp bulb ...... 110
Replacing fog lamp bulb ............................. 110
Replacing number plate lighting .................. 112
Safety
Seat belts
SRS (airbag) and SIPS bag (side airbag)
SIPS airbag
IC system (Inflatable Curtain)
WHIPS
Brake system
Stability system
Children in the car
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Seat belts
Use the seat belt for
all types of driving
WARNING!
If the seat belt has been exposed to large
load strain, in a collision for example, the
entire seat belt assembly including reel,
mountings, screws, and lock must be
replaced. Even if the belt appears undamaged some of the protective properties may
have been lost. Replace the seat belt if it is
worn or damaged. Never make any
modifications or repairs to the seat belt
yourself; always allow a Volvo workshop
to carry out the work.
Even hard braking can have dangerous
consequences if you are not wearing a seat belt!
Therefore, always ask your passengers to use
seat belts! Otherwise rear seat passengers may
be thrown into the front seat backrests in a
collision, injuring everyone in the car.
Use the seat belt as follows: pull the belt out
slowly and secure it by inserting the locking tab
into the lock. A loud ”click” indicates that the
belt is locked.
The belt is not normally restricted and you
can move freely.
The belt is restricted and cannot be pulled out
further:
· if it is pulled out too fast
· during braking and acceleration
· if the car leans excessively
It is important that the belt lies against the body
so it can provide maximum protection. Do not
lean the backrest too far back.
The seat belt is designed to protect in a normal
seating position.
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Extending the lap belt
The lap belt should be low
Keep in mind the following:
· do not use clips or anything else that
prevents the belt from lying correctly.
· ensure the belt is not twisted or caught
on anything.
· the lap belt should sit low - not over the
abdomen.
· stretch the lap belt over the lap by pulling
the diagonal shoulder belt as illustrated
above.
Each seat belt is intended for one person only!
To release the seat belt: Press on the red button
in the lock. Allow the reel to pull the belt in.
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SRS (airbag) and SIPS bag (side airbag)
8802099m
8802092M
8801907e
The airbag is located in the centre of the
steering wheel, marked SRS
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The side airbag is above the glovebox,
marked SRS
The side impact airbags are installed in the
front seat backrest frames
SRS (Airbag) and SIPS bag (side impact airbag)
To further increase interior safety, your car is equipped with airbags (SRS)
to complement the standard three point seat belt The car is marked SRS on
the steering wheel and on the dashboard in front of the passenger, if the
car has a passenger side airbag. The inflatable airbag is installed folded up
in the centre of the steering wheel. On the passenger side it is folded up in
a compartment above the glovebox.
SIPS (side impact airbags) further increase the interior safety of the car.
The side impact airbags are installed in both front seat backrest frames.
WARNING!
Airbags (SRS) are installed as an addition to - not as a replacement
for - the standard seat belts.
The side impact airbags are supplied as an addition to the existing
SIPS* system. For maximum protection: Always wear a seat belt.
*Side Impact Protection System
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SRS (airbag)
SRS system
(airbags in the steering wheel and dashboard)
The system consists of a gas generator (1) surrounded by the inflatable
airbag (2). Upon a sufficiently violent collision, a sensor (3) reacts,
activating the gas generator igniter, and the airbag inflates as it heats up.
To cushion the impact, the airbag deflates when compressed.
When this occurs, smoke escapes into the car. This is completely normal.
The entire process, including inflation and deflation of the airbag, occurs
in tenths of a second.
NOTE! The sensor (3) reacts differently depending on whether the
driver’s seat belt or front passenger seat belt is used or not.
Crash situations can therefore occur where only one airbag is deployed.
SRS system left-hand drive
1
1
2
2
3
4
4
8801896d
1. Gas generator
2. Airbag
Volvo Dual-Stage Airbag
(Dual-stage airbags)
In the event of lesser collisions, substantial enough to cause injury, the
airbags inflate to slightly more than half their full capacity. In the event of
collisions of greater force, the airbags inflate to their full capacity.
3. Sensor
4. Seat belt tensioner
SRS system right-hand drive
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Seat belts and seat belt tensioners
All seat belts are equipped with a pyrotechnic seat belt tensioner (4).
A small charge, integrated into the seat belt reel, ignites at the moment of
impact and tensions the belt over the body so that any slack, caused by
clothing etc., is minimized to restrain the occupant more rapidly. The front
seat seat belt tensioners are only triggered if the seat belt is connected.
1
2
2
3
4
4
8801923d
1. Gas generator
2. Airbag
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3. Sensor
4. Seat belt tensioner
SIPS bag (side airbag)
SIPS bag system left-hand drive
SIPS bag system (side impact airbag)
This system consists of a gas generator (3), electric sensors, cables (2)
and side impact airbags (1). In the event of a sufficiently violent collision
the sensors react, activating the gas generator which inflates the side
airbag. The airbag inflates between the occupant and the door panel,
cushioning the impact at the moment of collision and then deflates. The
side impact airbag only inflates on the side of the collision.
1
3
2
8801920d
1. Airbag
2. Cable
3. Gas generator
SIPS bag system right-hand drive
1
3
2
8801922d
1. Airbag
2. Cable
3. Gas generator
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SRS (airbag) and SIPS bag (side airbag)
3800639d
Warning lamp in the combined instrument panel
The SRS system is continuously monitored by the sensor/control module
and there is a warning lamp in the combined instrument panel. This lamp
lights when the ignition key is turned to positions I, II or III. The lamp
goes out when the sensor/control module has checked that the SRS
system is fault-free. This normally takes approximately 7 seconds.
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This decal is located in the rear left door opening
The year and the month given on the decal on the door pillar/s is the
date when you should contact your Volvo workshop to inspect and if
necessary replace the airbags and seat belt tensioners. If you have any
question concerning either system, contact an authorised Volvo workshop.
WARNING!
WARNING!
If the warning symbol (SRS) remains lit while driving it means
that the SRS system is not functioning fully. Contact an authorised
Volvo workshop.
Never try to repair any part of the SRS or SIPS bag systems yourself.
Any interference can cause malfunction and serious injury and any
work should be carried out by an authorised Volvo workshop.
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Marking on seat belts with seat belt tensioners
SRS (airbag) and SIPS bag (side airbag)
8801889e
Passenger side airbag deployment
Airbag - passenger side (option)
When the airbag is inflated the volume is
approximately 150 litres on the passenger side,
while the driver's side airbag, because of the
location of the steering wheel, is approximately
65 litres. The crash protection is the same in
both locations.
WARNING!
WARNING!
Airbag - passenger side
· The passenger in the front seat should
never sit bent over the dashboard, at the
front of the seat, or in another abnormal
seating position. The passenger should
sit as upright as is possible and
comfortable, back against the backrest.
The seat belt should be under some
tension.
· Ensure that the passengers keep their
feet on the floor (not on the dashboard,
on the seat, in the map and newspaper
compartment, or on the side window).
· Never allow children to sit or stand in
front of the passenger seat.
· Never put a child seat or booster
cushion on the front passenger seat if
the car is equipped with SRS (Airbag)
on the passenger side.
· No one shorter than 140 cm should sit
in the front seat.
· No objects or accessories may be
positioned or stuck on or near the SRS
panel (above the glovebox) or in the
area affected by the airbag.
· Do not place loose objects on the floor,
seat, or on the dashboard.
· Never interfere with the SRS components in the steering wheel hub or in the
panel above the glovebox.
Do not stick or mount your own emblems
or decals on the steering wheel or dashboard!
WARNING!
SIPS airbag
· Extra seat covers must not be used
on the front seats if they are not
Volvo Genuine covers or Volvo
approved seat covers for SIPS airbags.
· No objects or accessories may be
placed between the outer side of the
seat and the door panel because this
area may be affected by the SIPS airbag.
· Never interfere with the SIPS airbag
system.
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SRS (airbag) and SIPS bag (side airbag)
8801909e
8801908e
Inflated SIPS airbag
Airbags and child seats are not compatible!
Child seat and airbag
A child can be seriously injured if a child seat
or booster cushion is used in the front seat of a
car equipped with a passenger side airbag.
The safest place for a child and child
seat/booster cushion is the rear seat, if the
car is equipped with passenger side airbag.
If the car is only equipped with SIPS airbags
child seats/booster cushions can be placed in
the front seat.
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SIPS airbag
Never allow a child to sit in the front passenger
seat if your car is equipped with an SRS
(Airbag) on the passenger side (child refers to
any person whose height is 140 cm or less).
Place the child instead in a child seat or on a
booster cushion in the backseat.
WARNING!
Never put a child seat or booster cushion
on the front passenger seat if the car is
equipped with SRS (Airbag) on the
passenger side.
The SIPS system is an electrical system,
consisting of two main components: the side
impact airbags and sensors. The side impact
airbags are installed in the front seat backrest
frames and the sensors are in the insides of the
centre and rear pillars. The volume of the
inflated side impact airbags is approximately
12 litres.
The side impact airbag normally inflates only
on the side of the collision.
IC system (Inflatable Curtain)
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8801966e
IC system (Inflatable Curtains)
The IC system protects the head from blows against the car interior. The
curtain also protects against objects that the car is in collision with. The IC
system protects both those travelling in the front and outer rear seats. The
curtain is hidden inside the headlining. The IC system - inflatable curtains
- covers the upper part of the car interior next to the front and rear seats.
The IC system is activated by the SIPS system collision sensors, when
the car is hit from the side. When the IC system is activated the curtain is
filled with gas from the gas generator, which is located in the rear end of
the curtain.
WARNING!
Do not screw or mount anything to the headlining, door pillars
or side panels. The intended protection may be compromised.
Always use the safety belts!
If you have passengers in the rear seat, ensure that the rear seat head
restraints are folded up and that the centre head restraint is correctly
adjusted for a passenger.
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WHIPS (Whiplash Protection System)
WARNING!
8502213e
Never obstruct WHIPS system functions!
· If a rear backrest has been
lowered, adjust the corresponding front seat in order to
avoid contact with the lowered
backrest.
· Avoid placing boxes or similar cargo so that they are
clamped between the rear seat
cushion and the front seat
backrest.
8502379e
WHIPS
WHIPS and child seat
This system consists of energy absorbing backrests and specially
developed head restraints in both front seats.
The WHIPS system does not negatively affect the protective properties of
the car as regards Volvo child seats. As long as there is no passenger side
airbag (SRS), a child seat may be placed on the front passenger seat. The
WHIPS system stills functions if a rear-facing child seat is placed on the
rear seat with the support against the front seat backrest.
WHIPS seat
WHIPS is activated in event of a collision from behind, based on the
collision angle, speed and nature of the colliding vehicle. Upon activation
the backrests of the front seats, if occupied, move backwards and the
seating position of the occupants in the front seats is altered. This
diminishes the risk of whiplash injury.
Correct seating position
For the best possible protection, you and your front seat passenger
should sit in the centre of your seats with as little distance as possible
between the head restraints and your heads.
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WARNING!
If the seat has been exposed to a heavy load strain, for example a
collision, the WHIPS system should be inspected at an authorised
workshop. Even if the seat does not appear damaged, the WHIPS
system may have deployed without causing visible damage to the seat.
Parts of the WHIPS protective capacity may have been lost. Allow an
authorised Volvo workshop to check the system even after minor
collision from behind. Never modify or repair the seat or the WHIPS
system yourself!
SRS (airbag), SIPS bag (side airbag) and Inflatable Curtain (IC)
When do the airbags and curtains inflate?
The SRS system senses the collision in the level of braking and the speed
reduction caused by the collision. The sensor determines whether the
collision is of the character and nature requiring the airbag deployment.
Note that it is not only the deformation of the bodywork which affects
the car’s sensors but also the speed reduction at the moment of impact.
This means that the SRS sensor senses those occasions when there is a
risk that occupants in the front seats may be injured by blows against the
dashboard or steering wheel.
The above applies to the SIPS system (side airbags), and inflatable
curtains except that side impact airbags and inflatable curtains are only
deployed in side-on collisions, when the car is hit by an object with
sufficient force.
NOTE! Deployment of the SRS, SIPS and IC systems occurs only once
in a collision in the relevant direction.
WARNING!
The SRS sensors are located in the centre console. If the passenger
compartment floor has been drenched with water, remove the
battery leads in the cargo compartment. Do not try to start the car;
the airbags may deploy. Tow the car to an authorised Volvo
workshop.
WARNING!
Never drive with deployed airbags! They can hinder the steering
of your car. Other safety systems may also be damaged. Intensive
exposure to the smoke and dust released when the airbags are
deployed can cause eye and skin irritation. If irritated, wash with
cold water and/or contact a doctor. The speed of deployment can, in
conjunction with the airbag fabric, cause friction burns to the skin.
If the airbags have been deployed, we recommend the following:
· Tow the car to a Volvo workshop. Do not drive the car with the
airbags deployed even if the car can be driven after an accident.
· Let an authorised Volvo workshop replace components to the SRS,
SIPS, and IC systems.
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Brake system/ABS/EBD
If a brake circuit fails
If a fault should occur in one of the circuits it is
still possible to stop the car. Press the pedal
hard once - not repeatedly. The brake pedal can
be depressed further and feels a little softer than
usual. If also requires more pressure on the
pedal to achieve a normal braking effect.
The brake servo only works when the
engine is running
If the car is rolling or being towed with the
engine switched off you must apply approximately five times more pressure on the brake pedal
than when the engine is running.
The brake pedal feels rigid and hard.
Moisture on the brake discs and brake
lining alter braking characteristics!
The brake components become wet when the
car is driven in heavy rain, through pools of
water, or when the car is washed. This alters
brake pad friction characteristics so that there is
a delay before braking effect is noticed. Depress
the brake pedal lightly from time to time when
driving long distances in rain or slush or before
parking the car in such conditions. The brake
pads are thus able to warm up and dry out. You
should also do this when driving after washing
the car or when starting in very damp or cold
weather conditions.
If the brakes are heavily loaded
When driving in the Alps or other roads with
similar characteristics, the brakes are heavily
loaded even if you are not pressing the pedal
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particularly hard. Because the speed is often
low the brakes are not cooled as effectively as
when driving on flat roads.
So as not to overload the brakes shift down
and use the same gear both uphill and downhill
instead of using the brake (manual transmission). In this way engine braking is used more
effectively and the brake is only required for
short periods.
Keep in mind that the brakes are even more
heavily loaded when driving with a trailer.
ABS - Anti-lock brakes
The ABS system (Anti-lock Braking System) is
designed so that the wheels do not lock when
braking. This retains the best possible steering
response when braking. This improves your
ability to swerve to avoid obstacles. The ABS
system does not increase your total braking
capacity. However, as the driver you have
increased ability to steer and thus better control
over the car, which in turn increases safety.
After the engine has started and reached a speed
of about 20 km/h (12 mph), a short self-test can
be both heard and felt. When the ABS system
functions, you can hear and feel pulses in the
brake pedal. This is completely normal.
NOTE! You must depress the brake pedal fully
to take maximum advantage of the ABS system.
Do not release the pedal when the ABS pulses
are felt and heard. Practice braking with the
ABS system in a suitable place.
The ABS symbol islights and shines with a
constant glow:
· For approximately two seconds when you
start the car to test the system.
· If the ABS system has shut down due to a
fault.
Electronic Brakeforce
Distribution (EBD)
The EBD system (Electronic Brakeforce
Distribution) is an integrated part of the ABS
system. The EBD system controls the brake
force to the rear wheels so that the best possible
braking force is always available. Pulses in the
brake pedal can be felt and heard as the system
controls the brake force.
WARNING!
If both the BRAKE
and ABS
warning symbols are lit, there is a risk
that the rear end will have a tendency to
slide during heavy braking. If the brake
fluid reservoir level is normal in these
circumstances, you may, very carefully,
drive the car to the nearest authorised
Volvo workshop to have the brake
system checked.
Stability system
Stability and Traction
Control STC/DSTC*
The STC system (Stability and Traction
Control) contains the functions TC and SC.
The DSTC system (Dynamic Stability and
Traction Control) contains the functions TC,
SC, AYC and EBA
Traction Control -TC
The traction control transfers the motive power
from a drive wheel that spins on the road
surface to the drive wheel that does not spin by
braking the wheel that starts to spin. In order to
increase accessibility in this situation you may
need to press the accelerator harder than usual.
A pulsing sound can be heard when traction
control is working. This is completely normal
for the system. The TC function is mostly
active at low speeds. It cannot be deactivated.
Stability Control - SC
Stability Control is designed to prevent the
drive wheels spinning on the road surface
during acceleration, by lowering the engine
torque on the drive wheels. This improves
accessibility and road safety in slippery road
conditions. In specific conditions, for example,
driving with snow chains, in deep snow or
sand, it can be beneficial to deactivate the SC
function to increase traction. This is then done
using the DSTC button.
Active Yaw Control - AYC
The anti-skid function performs automatic
braking on one or more of the car's wheels.
This stabilises the car if it starts to skid. If in
this situation you attempt to apply the brakes
yourself, the brake pedal will feel harder than
normal and a pulsing sound will be heard. The
AYC function is active the whole time and, for
reasons of safety, it cannot be deactivated.
Emergency Brake Assistance (EBA)
The EBA function is an integrated part of the
DSTC system. The system is designed to
provide full braking force immediately when
rapid braking is necessary. The system senses
when you need to brake heavily by registering
how quickly you press down the brake pedal.
The EBA function is active at all speeds and,
for reasons of safety, cannot be deactivated.
NOTE! When the EBA function is active the
brake pedal sinks at the same time as the car has
maximum brake force available. Continue
applying the brakes without releasing the
pressure on the brake pedal. The EBA function
disengages when the pressure on the brake
pedal is eased.
* The STC and DSTC system is an option on
some markets
STC/DSTC button
The STC/DSTC button in the centre console is
used to reduce or reactivate the STC/DSTC
system.
When the LED in the button comes on the
STC/DSTC system is activated (if no fault
arises).
When reduced the stability control (SC) is
deactivated and the active yaw control (AYC) is
reduced. Other functions are not affected.
NOTE! In order to reduce the effect of the STC/
DSTC system for reasons of safety the button
must be held in for at least a half second.
The LED in the button goes out and the display
shows: "STC SPIN CONTROL OFF"/
DSTC SPIN CONTROL OFF".
The STC/DSTC system is automatically
activated each time the engine is started.
flashes when...
The warning symbol
· ...the SC function works to prevent the car's
drive wheel from spinning.
· ...the TC function works to improve the car's
traction.
· ...the AYC function works to prevent the car
from skidding.
The warning symbol
comes on and goes
off after approximately 2 seconds when ...
· ...the car starts. (The lamp comes for a system
check.)
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Stability system
The LED in the button goes out and the text
"STC SPIN CONTROL OFF/DSTC SPIN
CONTROL OFF" is shown on the display
when...
· ...the STC/DSTC system's SC function has
been reduced using the DSTC button.
lights yellow and
The warning symbol
the text "TRACTION CONTROL TEMPORARILY OFF " is shown on the display
when...
· ...the brake system's TC function has been
temporarily reduced due to a high brake
temperature. The TC function is automatically
reactivated when the brake temperature has
returned to normal.
lights yellow and the
The warning symbol
text "ANTI-SKID SERVICE REQUIRED"
is displayed when:
· ...the DSTC system is deactivated due to
a fault.
Road Friction Detection (RFD)
system (option)
Road Friction Detection is an advanced system
which discerns the amount of friction between
the tyres and the road.
The system is designed as an early warning
system which alerts the driver when road
conditions are slippery.
The RFD system is active at low speed and
upwards and cannot be switched off for
reasons of safety.
The warning symbol
•
In normal driving conditions the STC/
DSTC system improves the car's road
safety, which should not be perceived as a
possibility to increase speed. Always follow
the usual precautions to ensure safe
cornering and driving on slippery surfaces.
Remember the driving characteristics of the
car change if you deactivate the STC/DSTC
system.
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The RFD system detects low road surface
friction.
lights with a
The warning symbol
fixed, yellow glow and the additional text
"RFD SERVICE REQUIRED" when:
•
WARNING!
lights when:
The RFD system has been switched off
due to a fault.
Children in the car
Children should sit
comfortably and safely
Remember that children, regardless of age or
size, should always be securely strapped into
the car. Never allow a child to sit on the knee of
a passenger!
Location and equipment must be selected
with regard to the weight of the child.
Volvo’s own child safety equipment is designed
for your car. If you select Volvo equipment, you
can be sure that the mounting points and
attachments are correctly positioned and
sufficiently strong.
The smallest children should sit in rear-facing
seats. These give children up to the age of
3 - 4 years maximum protection.
NOTE! Many countries have statutory
requirements covering where the child may be
located in the car. Find out what rules apply in
the countries you will be visiting.
Important tips!
When using other child safety products
available on the market it is important that the
installation instructions are carefully read and
closely followed.
These are some points that you should consider:
· The child seat should always be located
according to the manufacturer’s description.
· Do not attach the child seat straps to the seat
springs, rails or any of the rails and struts
under the seat which may have sharp edges.
· Providing that the car is not equipped with a
passenger side airbag (SRS), position the
child seat backrest so that it rests against the
dashboard.
· Do not allow the top portion of the child seat
to rest against the windscreen.
NOTE! If you have difficulties installing a child
safety product contact the manufacturer for
clearer installation instructions.
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The lap belt should be low
Pregnant women
Pregnant women should be extra careful when
using seat belts! Always remember to position
the seat belt so that there is no unnecessary
pressure on the womb. The lap belt on the three
point seat belt should be low.
WARNING!
Never put a child seat/booster cushion in
the front seat if the car is equipped with
SRS (airbag) on the passenger side.
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Volvo’s integrated booster cushion
WARNING!
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Integrated booster cushion for children
between 15-36 kg
Booster cushion
Raising the booster cushion
Volvo’s integrated booster cushion for the
centre rear seat is specially designed to provide
optimum safety. When used with the regular
three-point seat belt, the booster cushion is
approved for children weighing between
15 and 36 kg.
When a child uses the booster cushion, the lap
belt must be positioned low across the hips not over the stomach.
Carefully adjust the position of the head
restraint to suit the child.
Raise the booster cushion. The booster cushion
locks automatically in the backrest.
NOTE! See also the directions on the
booster cushion.
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If the integrated booster cushion has been
exposed to heavy load, in a collision for
example, the entire booster cushion,
including the seat belt and screws, must be
replaced. Even if the integrated booster
cushion appears undamaged some of the
protective properties may have been lost.
The booster cushion should also be
replaced if it is very worn or damaged.
Note that cushion replacement must be
carried out professionally, because it is
important for passenger saftey that the
cushion is correctly installed. Therefore the
replacement and any repairs should be
referred to your Volvo workshop. If the
cushion becomes dirty it should initially be
cleaned in situ. If the cushion is so dirty
that it requires separate cleaning, the above
instructions for replacing and installing the
cushion should be followed.
WARNING!
The regular armrest in the rear seat must not
be used as a booster cushion. Only Volvo’s
integrated booster cushion may
be used for this purpose.
Isofix bracket system for child seats (option)
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Isofix attachment points
Rail
Isofix bracket system
for child seats
The car can be equipped with an Isofix bracket
system for child seats in the outer rear seats.
Contact your Volvo dealer for further information on child safety equipment.
NOTE! Isofix attachment points are located on
both outer rear seats. The rail can be moved
from one side to the other as needed.
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Location of the child in the car
Weight / Age
<10 kg
(0-9 months)
9-18 kg
(9-36 months)
15-36 kg
(3-12 years)
Front seat, alternatives*
Outer rear seats, alternatives
Centre rear seat, alternatives
1. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt.
L: Type approval no. E5 03160
2. Rear-facing child seat, secured in
ISOFIX attachment.
L: Type approval no. E5 03162
3. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt and mounting strap.
L: Type approval no. E5 03135
1. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt and support arm.
L: Type approval no. E5 03160
2. Rear-facing child seat, secured in ISOFIX attachment and with support arm.
L: Type approval no. E5 03162
3. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt, support arm and securing strap.
L: Type approval no. E5 03135
1. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt, support arm and securing
strap.
L: Type approval no. E5 03135
1. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt.
L: Type approval no. E5 03161
2. Rear-facing child seat, secured in
ISOFIX attachment.
L: Type approval no. E5 03163
3. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt and mounting strap.
L: Type approval no. E5 03135
1. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt and support arm.
L: Type approval no. E5 03161
2. Rear-facing child seat, secured in
ISOFIX attachment and with support
arm.
L: Type approval no. E5 03163
3. Rear-facing child seat, secured with seatbelt, support arm and securing strap.
L: Type approval no. E5 03135
1. Rear-facing child seat, secured with
seatbelt, support arm and securing
strap.
L: Type approval no. E5 03135
1. Booster cushion with or without
backrest.
L: Type approval no. E5 03139
1. Booster cushion with or without
backrest.
L: Type approval no. E5 03139
2. Integrated booster cushion.
B: Type approval no. E5 03140
Not a suitable placement for this age
group.
*) WARNING!
NEVER place a child seat or booster cushion in the front
seat if the car is equipped with a passenger side airbag.
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L: Suitable for certain child seats, as listed. The child seats may be vehicle-specific,
limited, half universal or universal.
B: Integrated and approved for this age group.
Instruments, switches and controls
Combined instrument panel
Indicator and warning symbols
Messages in the display
Switches in the centre console
Trip computer
Cruise control
Headlamp, Fog lamps
Beam length control, Instrument lighting
Direction indicators, Follow-me-home
Steering wheel adjustment
Ignition and steering wheel lock, Windscreen washer/wipers
Hazard warning flashers, Rear defroster, Heated seats
Parking brake, Electrical socket
Power windows
Rearview mirror/door mirrors
Power sunroof
Sun blinds, Laminated side windows
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30
31
33
34
35
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
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Combined instrument panel
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1. Temperature gauge
Displays the engine cooling system temperature. If the temperature is abnormally high and the
needle enters the red field a message is shown
in the display. Remember that extra lamps in
front of the radiator grille reduce the cooling
capacity with high outside temperatures and
high engine loads.
2. Display
The display shows information and warning
messages.
3. Speedometer
Shows the speed of the car.
4. Trip odometer
The trip odometer is used for measuring shorter
distances. The right hand digit gives 100 meter
units. Depress the button for more than
2 seconds to reset. Change between the trip
odometers using one short press on the button.
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5. Cruise control indicator
See page 34.
6. Odometer
The odometer indicates the total mileage of the car.
7. Main beam on/off
11. Outside temperature gauge
Displays the outside temperature. When the
temperature lies between +2°C and -5°C, a
snowflake symbol is shown in the display. The
symbol warns of slippery road conditions.
When the car is or was stationary, the outside
temperature gauge may rend a higher reading
than is actual.
8. Warning symbol
If a fault should occur, the symbol lights and a
message is shown in the display.
12. Clock
Turn the button to set the time.
9. Tachometer
Gives engine speed in thousands of revolutions
per minute (RPM). The needle on the tachometer
must not enter the red field.
13. Fuel gauge
The fuel tank holds 70/80 litres*. The instrument lights up when approx. 8 litres of usable
fuel remain.
10. Automatic gearbox indicator
The selected gearshift programme is displayed
here. If you have Geartronic automatic transmission and drive in manual mode, the current
manual gear is displayed.
14. Indicator and warning symbols
15. Direction indicators - left - right
*Cars with 6-cylinder engines and all turbo
models come with an 80 litre tank.
Indicator and warning symbols
The indicator and warning symbols light when the ignition key is
turned to driving position (position II) before starting. This shows
that the symbols are functioning. When the engine is started all the
symbols go out. If the engine is not started within 5 seconds all the
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Warning symbol
dashboard
in centre of
This symbol shines as an red or yellow light
depending on the severity of the fault discovered. See next page for more information!
WARNING!
If both the BRAKE and ABS warning
symbols are lit up there is a risk that the rear
end will have a tendency to slide during
heavy braking.
and
. Certain symbols may not
symbols go out except
have the function indicated, depending on car equipment. The
symbol for the parking brake goes out when the parking brake is
released.
Warning - fault in brake system
If the BRAKE symbol lights up the
brake fluid level may be too low.
Stop the car in a safe place and check the
brake fluid reservoir level.
If the reservoir level is below MIN the car
should not be driven further. Have it towed
to an authorised Volvo workshop to check
the brake system.
Warning - fault in ABS system
If the ABS warning symbol lights up
the ABS system is not functioning.
The car’s normal braking system continues to
function normally but without the ABS
function.
· Stop the car in a safe place and switch off
the engine.
· Start the engine again.
· If the warning symbol goes out, the fault
was temporary and it is not necessary to
visit a workshop.
· If the warning symbol remains lit, drive
carefully to an authorised workshop to
check the ABS system.
If BRAKE and ABS warning symbols light up at the same time, there may be
a problem in the brake force distribution.
·
·
·
·
·
·
Stop the car in a safe place and switch off the engine.
Start the car again.
If both warning symbols go out the fault was temporary and it is not necessary to visit a
workshop.
If the warning symbols remain lit, check the brake fluid reservoir level first.
If the reservoir level is below MIN the car should not be driven further. Have it towed to an
authorised Volvo workshop to check the brake system.
If the brake fluid level is normal and the lamps remain lit, carefully drive the car to the nearest
authorised Volvo workshop to have the brake system checked.
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Indicator and warning symbols
The indicator and warning symbols light when the ignition key is
turned to driving position (position II) before starting. This shows
that the symbols are functioning. When the engine is started all the
symbols go out. If the engine is not started within 5 seconds all the
symbols go out except
and
. Certain symbols may not
have the function indicated, depending on car equipment. The
symbol for the parking brake goes out when the parking brake is
released.
Stability and Traction
Control STC* and DSTC*
The STC/DSTC system is described in detail on
pages 19, 20 and 31. The system includes
various different functions
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Warning symbol
of dashboard
in centre
This symbol shines as an red or yellow light
depending on the severity of the fault
discovered.
Red symbol - Stop the car. Read warning
message in display.
Yellow symbol - Read the message in the
display. Remedy!
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Risk of traction loss
If the warning symbol flashes this indicates that
the STC/DSTC system is working. At the same
time it may seem that the engine does not
respond to normal acceleration. This situation
can arise if you attempt to accelerate more than
what road surface's friction permits.
- Drive carefully!
Reduced traction control
The symbol lights when the STC/DSTC system
has reduced the function due to a too high brake
temperature. The text "TRACTION CONTROL
TEMPORARILY OFF " is shown on the
display.
Reduced stability control
The LED in the button goes out when the effect
of the STC/DSTC system has been reduced by
using the STC/DSTC button in the centre
console. The text "STC SPIN CONTROL
OFF" / "DSTC SPIN CONTROL OFF" is
shown on the display.
Fault in the STC or DSTC system
If the symbol comes on and the additional text
"ANTI-SKID SERVICE REQUIRED" and
you have not deactivated any of the system, this
indicates a fault in a part of the system.
· Stop the car in a safe place and switch off the
engine. Start the car again.
· If the warning symbol goes out this was just
a temporary indication fault and you do not
need to visit a workshop.
· If the warning symbol remains on, drive to
an authorised Volvo workshop to check
the system.
* The STC and DSTC system is an option on
some markets
WARNING!
Under normal driving conditions, the STC/
DSTC system improves the car’s road safety,
but this should not be taken as a reason to
increase speed. Always follow the usual
precautions for safe cornering and driving on
slippery surfaces.
Indicator and warning symbols
The indicator and warning symbols light when the ignition key is
turned to driving position (position II) before starting. This shows
that the symbols are functioning. When the engine is started all the
symbols go out. If the engine is not started within 5 seconds all the
Fault in car emissions systems
Drive to a Volvo workshop to have it
checked.
Fault in SRS
If the symbol remains lit or lights
while driving a fault has been found
in the SRS system. Drive to a Volvo workshop
to have it checked.
Low oil pressure
If the lamp lights while driving,
engine oil pressure is too low. Stop
the engine immediately and check the engine oil
level.
symbols go out except
and
. Certain symbols may not
have the function indicated, depending on car equipment. The
symbol for the parking brake goes out when the parking brake is
released.
Rear fog lamp
The lamp lights up when the rear fog
lamp is on.
Parking brake applied
Remember that the light only
indicates that the parking brake is
applied, not how hard. Check by pulling the
lever! You must always pull it hard enough
for the brake to fasten in a “notch”.
Seat belt reminder
The lamp shines until the driver
connects his/her safety belt.
Trailer indicator lamp
Flashes when the car and trailer
direction indicators are in use.
If the lamp does not flash, one of the direction
indicators on the trailer or car is defective.
Generator not charging
If the lamp lights while driving,
there is probably a fault in the
electrical system. Contact a Volvo
workshop.
Engine pre-heater (diesel)
The lamp lights to inform that the
engine is pre-heating. When the lamp
goes out, the car may be started. Only applies to
diesel-powered cars.
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Messages in the display
Message:
Significance/Action:
STOP SAFELY
-
Stop and switch off the engine. Serious
risk of damage.
STOP ENGINE
-
Stop and switch off the engine. Serious
risk of damage.
SERVICE URGENT
-
Take your car in for service immediately.
SEE MANUAL
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Consult your Owner’s Manual.
SERVICE REQUIRED
-
Take your car for service as soon as
possible.
FIX NEXT SERVICE
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Check your car at the next
service interval.
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TIME FOR REGULAR SERVICE -
When the message is displayed, the car is
due for service. The message is displayed
as a function of the distance travelled,
number of months since last service and
engine running hours.
Messages in the display
Whenever a warning or indicator symbol lights up, a message is displayed.
When you have read and understood, press the READ button (A). Read
messages are then erased from the display and are put into the memory.
The message remains in the memory until the fault is remedied.
Very serious fault messages cannot be erased from the display. They
remain in the display until the fault is remedied.
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NOTE! If a warning message interrupts when you, for example, are in
the trip computer menu or wish to use the telephone, you must first
acknowledge the message by pressing the READ button (A).
Messages stored in the memory can be read again. Press the READ
button (A) if you wish to see the stored message. You can scroll through
the messages in the memory by pressing the READ button (A). Press the
READ button (A) to return read messages to the memory.
Switches in the centre console
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1. Tilting the outer rear seat head
restraints (option)
Do not tilt the head restraints forward if there
are passengers in any of the outer seats.
Turn the ignition key to position I or II.
Press button 1 to tilt the rear head restraints
forward for a better rear view.
The head restraints are tilted back manually.
The head restraints must be in the upright
position if you wish to fold the rear backrests
down.
- Manually fold the door mirror forward as
far as possible.
- Turn the ignition key to position II.
- Fold the door mirror inward and then outward
using the button. The door mirrors have now
returned to their original fixed positions.
2. Retractable door mirrors (option)
This button is used to retract the door mirrors if
they are folded out, or to fold them out if they
are retracted.
Do as follows if a door mirror has been
accidentally folded in or out:
4. The STC/DSTC system*
This button is used to reduce or reactivate the
functions in the STC/DSTC system.
When the LED in the button comes on, the
STC/DSTC system is activated (if no fault
arises).
3. Auxiliary lamps (option)
Use this button to switch the auxiliary lamps on
or off. The LED in the button is lit when the
lamps are on.
In order to reduce the effect of the STC/DSTC
system for reasons of safety the button must be
held in for at least a half second.
The text "STC SPIN CONTROL OFF" /
"DSTC SPIN CONTROL OFF" is shown on
the display
Reduce the system if you must use a wheel of a
different dimension than the other wheels.
The STC/DSTC system is reactivated when the
engine is started.
WARNING!
Remember the driving characteristics of the
car change if you deactivate the STC/DSTC
system.
* Option on some markets
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Switches in the centre console
5. Active chassis, FOUR-C (option)
FOUR-C (Continuously Controlled Chassis
Concept) is an advanced, electronicallycontrolled active chassis system. Suspension
system characteristics can be selected when
driving style is changed or if the quality of the
road surface changes. The button on the
dashboard can be used at random in order to
select from two different settings: Comfort and
Sport.
Comfort
Comfort adjusts the chassis setting so that the
body is insulated from uneven sections of the
road surface, which allows for better glide.
Shock absorption is softer and body movements are minimal. This setting is recommended for long-distance driving or driving on
slippery road surfaces.
When the ignition is switched off in Comfort
setting, the chassis will resume the same mode
when the car is re-started.
Sport
The Sport setting provides quicker steering
response than the Comfort setting. The
suspension is harder and the body follows the
road in order to reduce roll during rapid
cornering.
When the ignition is switched off in Sport
setting, the chassis will resume the same mode
when the car is re-started. The LED in the
button lights when Sport setting is active.
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6. Deactivating the deadlock function and
detectors
Use this button if you wish to shut off the
deadlock function (deadlock means that the
doors cannot be opened from the inside when
they are locked). This button is also used to
deactivate the movement and tilt detectors in the
alarm system. The LED lights when these
systems are deactivated.
8. Electric socket/Cigarette lighter (option)
The electric socket can be used for various 12V
accessories, such as mobile phones or coolers.
The cigarette lighter is activated by pushing in
the button. Once the lighter is heated, the button
will pop out. Pull out the lighter to use it. For
reasons of safety, always keep the lighter in the
socket when it is not in use. The maximum
current is 10A.
7. Child safety locks in the rear doors
(option)
Use this button when you wish to activate or
deactivate the electric child safety locks in the
rear doors. The ignition key must be in position
I or II. When the child safety locks are activated, the LED in the button lights. A message
is shown in the display when you activate or
deactivate the child safety locks.
NOTE! The relative positions of the buttons
can vary.
Trip computer (option)
Current fuel consumption
Continuous information on current fuel
consumption. Fuel consumption is calculated
every second. The figure in the display is
updated every few seconds. When the car is
stationary “----” is displayed.
NOTE: The displayed value may be slightly
off if a fuel-driven heater is used.
Average fuel consumption
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Controls
The trip computer receives data which is
continuously evaluated by a micro-processor.
The system has four menus which are shown in
the display:
· Range to empty fuel tank
· Average fuel consumption
· Current fuel consumption
· Average speed
In order to access the trip computer information
turn the ring(B) in steps, either forwards or
backwards. By turning again you return to the
starting point.
NOTE! If a warning message interrupts while
you are using the trip computer menu, you must
acknowledge the warning message. Then press
the READ button (A) to return to the trip
computer.
Average speed
The average speed since the last reset
(RESET). When the ignition is switched off,
the average speed is stored and used as the
basis of the new value when you continue
driving. This can be reset with the RESET
button (C) on the lever.
The average fuel consumption since the last
reset (RESET). When the ignition is switched
off, the average fuel consumption is stored and
remains until reset with the RESET button (C)
on the lever.
NOTE: The displayed value may be slightly
off if a fuel-driven heater is used.
Range to empty fuel tank
Displays the range available with the remaining
fuel, calculated using the average fuel consumption over the last 30 km (18 miles) and the
quantity of fuel remaining. When the range to
empty is less than 20 km (12 miles) “----” is
displayed.
NOTE: The displayed value may be slightly
off if a fuel-driven heater is used.
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Cruise control (option)
Temporary disengagement
Disengagement
Press 0 to temporarily disengage the cruise
control.
Press CRUISE to disengage cruise control.
”CRUISE” will disappear from the combined
instrument panel.
The previously set speed is disengaged when
the brake or clutch pedal is depressed. The
previously set speed is stored in the memory.
Cruise control automatically disengages when
ignition is switched off.
Cruise control is also temporarily disengaged if:
the speed goes below the engagement limit.
the gear selector is put in position N
wheel spin/ wheel lock occurs.
NOTE! If any cruise control buttons are held
depressed for longer than a minute, the system
will disengage. To reset cruise control, car
ignition must be switched off.
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·
·
Resuming speed
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Press
and the car will resume the previously
set speed.
Activating
Acceleration
The controls for cruise control are to the left in
the steering wheel.
Setting desired speed:
· Press the CRUISE button. ”CRUISE” is
displayed in the combined instrument panel.
· The speed can be increased or decreased by
pressing the + or - button.
NOTE! Cruise control cannot be engaged
at speeds below 35 km/h (22 mph).
· Press + or - lightly to lock desired speed.
A temporary increase in speed, when overtaking
for example, does not affect the cruise control
setting. The car resumes the previously set
speed. When cruise control is already engaged
the speed can be increased or decreased by
holding the + or - button depressed. A short
press corresponds to 1 km/h. The speed the car
has when the button is released will be
programmed instead.
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Headlamps, Fog lamps, Beam length control, Instrument lighting
A - Headlamps and position/
parking lamps
D - Front fog lamps
Ignition key in position II. Press the button.
The fog lamp lights in combination with the
parking lamps. The LED in the button lights
when the fog lamp is lit.
All lighting off.
Cars with daytime running lights:
Ignition key in position II: Dipped beam lit
(and front and rear position/parking lamps,
numberplate lighting and instrument lighting).
Dipped beam lights automatically when the
ignition key is turned to the “driving
position” and cannot be switched off.
NOTE! In certain countries, dipped beam may
not be used in conjunction with fog lamps.
E - Rear fog lamps
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Position/Parking lamps front and rear.
B - Beam length control
Ignition key in position 0:
all lighting off.
Ignition key in position II: headlamps (and
position/parking lamps front and rear, numberplate lighting and instrument lighting) lit.
NOTE! The light switch must be turned to
position
for the main beam to be turned on.
Certain models are equipped with an actuator
motor at each headlamp in order to control the
headlamp beam length with different loads in
the car. Beam length is controlled using the
beam length control in the dashboard.
Cars with Bi-Xenon lighting (option) have
automatic headlamp levelling.
C - Instrument lighting
Ignition key in position II. Press the button.
The rear fog lamps light in combination with
the main/dipped beam. The LED in the button
and the symbol in the combined instrument
panel light at the same time.
Please remember: Regulations for use of front
and rear fog lamps vary from country to
country.
Cars with daytime running lights
Before trips to certain countries, your Volvo
workshop can help you deactivate the daytime
running lights.
Move the control upward - brighter lighting
Move the control downward - dimmer lighting
A twilight sensor (see page 48) automatically
regulates all instrument lighting.
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Direction indicators, Follow-me-home, Steering wheel adjustment
3 Main beam flash
Pull the lever lightly towards the steering
wheel (until you feel a slight resistance).
Main beam is lit until the lever is released.
3 Main/dipped beam switch
(Switch on headlamps)
Press the lever towards the steering wheel
past the “flash position” and release it
again. The headlamps change between main
and dipped beam.
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Direction indicators, main/
dipped beam switch and
main beam flash
1 “Resistance point position”
For turns requiring small steering adjustments (lane changing, overtaking) move the
lever up or down and hold it with a finger.
The lever returns immediately to the neutral
position when it is released.
2 Normal turns
Follow-me-home
Steering wheel adjustment
Do as follows when you leave your car when
it is dark out:
· Remove the key from the ignition switch.
· Pull the left hand lever towards you (as in
main beam flash)
· Lock the doors.
The dipped beam position/parking lamps,
numberplate lighting, side marker lamps and
lamps in the door mirrors now light. These
lamps remain lit for 30, 60, or 90 seconds.
The time settings for your car can be changed
by an authorised Volvo workshop.
The steering wheel can be adjusted both
vertically and front-rear.
Push down the control on the left-hand side of
the steering column. Then adjust the steering
wheel to the position that suits you best. Ensure
that the steering wheel fastens in a determined
position (notch). Press the control back into
place to lock the steering wheel.
WARNING!
Adjust the steering wheel before driving,
never while driving. Ensure that the steering
wheel is locked.
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Ignition and steering wheel lock, Windscreen wipers/washer
·
Move the lever from position 0 to the
position for intermittent wiping.
Ignition and steering
wheel lock
The rain sensor is deactivated when the ignition
is switched off completely.
To reactivate the rain sensor function:
· Switch on the ignition.
· Move the lever to position 0 and then to the
position for intermittent wiping.
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Windscreen wipers
0 - Windscreen wipers switched off. If the lever
is in the 0 position and you draw it upwards,
the wipers will continue one swipe at a time as
long as you hold the lever up.
- Intermittent wiping. The speed of the
intermittent wipe can be adjusted and set. Twist
the ring (see A in illustration) upwards to
increase the wiper stroke frequency. Twist the
ring downwards to decrease the wiper stroke
frequency.
Rain sensor (option)
The rain sensor replaces the intermittent
function. The windscreen wipers automatically
increase or decrease speed based on how much
water the sensor indicates is on the windscreen.
Sensitivity can be adjusted using the ring (see
illustration).
To activate the rain sensor function:
· Switch on the ignition.
NOTE:
When using a car wash: Disengage the rain
sensor (move the lever to position 0) or switch
off the ignition completely. Otherwise, the
windscreen wipers will begin swiping and can
be damaged.
0 Locked position
The steering wheel locks when the
ignition key is removed.
I Intermediate position “radio position”
Certain electrical components can be
connected. The engine electrical
system is not connected.
II Drive
The key position when driving. The
car’s entire electrical system is
connected. Diesel: Wait until preheating is finished. See page 78.
III Start position
The starter motor is connected. Release the key
when the engine has started. The key springs
back to the driving position automatically.
If the key is difficult to turn the front wheels are
positioned so that there is tension in the steering
wheel lock. Turn the steering wheel back and
forth while turning the key.
Ensuring that the steering wheel is locked
when you leave the car minimises the risk of
theft.
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- Wipers operate at normal speed
- Wipers operate at high speed
3 – Windscreen/headlamp washer
The windscreen and headlamp washers are
started by pulling the lever back.
Ignition keys and electronic
immobilizer
Do not let several ignition keys, each containing
a chip, dangle on the same keyring when
inserting the key in the ignition switch. The
immbobilizer could be activated. If this happens,
take away the excess keys and restart the car.
WARNING!
Never switch off the ignition (key in the
position 0) or pull out the ignition key while
the car is moving. This can activate the
steering lock, which makes the car impossible to drive.
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Hazard warning flashers, Rear defroster, Heated seats
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Front seat heater switch
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Hazard warning flashers
The hazard warning flashers (all direction
indicators flash) should be used when you are
forced to stop or park the car where it is a
hazard or hindrance to traffic.
Please remember: Regulations for using
hazard warning flashers vary from country to
country.
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Heated door mirrors
Rear defroster
Use the defroster to remove ice and misting
from the rear window and door mirrors.
Pressing the switch starts heating the rear
window and the door mirrors at the same time.
The LED in the switch lights. A built-in timer
automatically disconnects the defroster from the
door mirrors after approximately 6 minutes and
from the rear window after approximately
12 minutes.
Heated front seats
If you wish to have extra heat in the front
seat(s) carry out the following:
· Press once: High heat - both LEDs in the
switch light up.
· Press once again: Low heat - one LED in
the switch lights.
· Press once again: heating switched off
(no LEDs are lit).
Your Volvo workshop can adjust the
temperature.
Parking brake, Electrical socket/cigarette lighter
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68
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80
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72
76
80
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Parking brake lever
Electrical socket at the front seat
Parking brake (handbrake)
Electrical socket/cigarette lighter
The lever is located between the front seats. The
parking brake operates on the rear wheels. The
warning symbol in the combined instrument
panel lights when the brake is applied. Pull up
the lever slightly and press in the button to
release the brake.
Remember that the warning symbol in the
combined instrument panel lights even if the
parking brake is only “slightly” applied. Check
that the brake is applied correctly. You must
always pull the lever hard enough to fasten
it in a “notch”.
The cover should always be in position if the
socket is not being used as a power source or as
a cigarette lighter socket. The maximum current
is 10A.
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Electrical socket for the rear seat
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Power windows
Windows can be opened or closed from the
front seat two ways.
1. Press the switch gently downwards or pull
it gently upwards. The power windows go up
or down as long as the switch is affected.
2. Press the switch all the way down, or pull it
all the way up, and then release it. In this
position (AUTO-DOWN - AUTO-UP*), the
power windows open or close automatically.
If you close the front windows using the
AUTO function an integrated clamp protection
is activated if the window is blocked by any
object.
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NOTE! The AUTO-UP function on the
passenger side is only available on some
markets.
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Rear power window switches
The power windows are operated using the
switches in the door armrests. The ignition key
must be turned to the radio or driving position*
for the power windows to function. The
window opens when you depress the front
section of the switch and closes when you pull
up the front section of the switch.
The power window switches in the rear seat can
be blocked from the switch on the driver’s door
switch panel. Always remember to break the
current to the power windows (that is to say
remove the ignition key and open one of the
front doors*) when you leave children in the car
unattended.
*When you have finished your trip and
removed the ignition key, you can still close or
open the windows as long as you have not
opened either of the front doors.
LED in the switch unlit:
The rear door windows can be operated both by
the switch in each door but also by the switch in
the driver’s door.
LED in the switch lit:
The rear windows can only be operated from
the driver’s door.
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WARNING!
When children are in the car, make
sure that their hands are clear when
closing the rear windows.
Rearview mirror/door mirrors
Storing mirror settings in the
remote control
Unlocking the car with one of the remote
controls and changing the mirror settings will
cause the new positions to be saved in the
remote control. The next time the car is
unlocked with the same remote control and the
driver’s door is opened within two minutes, the
mirrors will assume the saved positions.
NOTE! The above only applies if your Volvo is
equipped with a driver’s power seat.
A
B
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Rearview mirror
A normal position.
B dimming position. Use this if headlamps
from the cars behind irritate you.
Certain models have an autodim function,
which leads to an automatic dimming based on
current light conditions.
Seat belt reminder
The seat belt warning symbol above the
rearview mirror flashes as long as the driver’s
seat belt has not been connected.
In certain models, the seat belt reminder
switches off after 6 seconds. If the driver has
Switches, power door mirrors
not fastened his seat belt, the reminder is
switched back on when speed exceeds 10 km/h
(6 mph) and switches off when speed falls
below 5 km/h (3 mph). If the belt is unfastened,
this function is activated again when speed
exceeds 10 km/h (6 mph).
Door mirrors
The switches for setting the two outer door
mirrors are furthest forward on the driver’s
door armrest.
Press the switch. L = left door mirror.
R = right door mirror.
LED in the switch lit: Adjust the postion with
the adjustment control. When you have set the
position press the switch once. The LED
should no longer be lit.
Do not use ice scrapers with steel blades to
remove ice from the mirrors as the glass could
be scratched!
WARNING!
Adjust the mirrors before you begin
driving!
The outer half of the door mirror on the
driver’s side is a wide-angle mirror that
eliminates the “blind spot”.
Bear in mind that angles and distances
in the mirror image are distorted!
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Power sunroof (option)
3
Manual control
Open: Pull the switch rearwards to the resistance
point position (3). The sunroof will move towards
maximum opening position as long as the switch is
held in this position.
Close: Press the switch forwards to the resistance
point position (2). The sunroof will move towards
its closing position as long as the switch is held in
this position.
4
2
1
5
Pinch protection
6
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Power sunroof (option)
Sunroof controls are located in the headlining.
The sunroof can be opened in two different ways:
· Raise/lower trailing edge(ventilation position)
· Rearwards/forwards (opening position/
comfort position*)
The ignition key must be in position I or II.
Ventilation position
Open: Push the trailing edge of the switch (5)
upwards.
Close: Pull the trailing edge of the switch (6)
downwards.
It is possible to switch directly from the ventilation position to comfort position*: pull the control backwards to its end position (4) and release.
* In comfort position, the sunroof is not completely open in order to reduce the level wind noise.
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1. Automatic closing
2. Manual closing
3. Manual opening
4. Automatic opening
5. Opening ventilation position
6. Closing ventilation position
NOTE! The sunroof pinch protection function
is activated if the hatch is blocked by an object.
If blocked, the sunroof will stop and automatically open to the previous open position. This
function will be activated only when the
sunroof is in the open position.
WARNING!
Pinch protection functions only in the
opening position - not in ventilation position.
Opening position/comfort position*
Automatic control
Move the control over the resistance point
position (3) to the rearmost end position (4) or
over the resistance point position (2) to the front
end position (1) and release. The sunroof will
open to the comfort position* or will close
completely.
Open from comfort position* to max. opening:
pull the control to the rear once more to the end
position (4) and release.
Make sure the sunroof is properly closed
before leaving the car.
WARNING!
When closing the sunroof, make sure that
no hands are in the way.
Sun blinds (option), Laminated front and rear side windows (option)
A
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Sun screen
Sun blind - rear window
Sun blinds - rear side windows
The sunroof also has an inner manually sliding
sun screen. The sun screen slides back
automatically when the sunroof is opened.
Pull the sun blind up from the parcel shelf and
hook it into the holes above the rear window, as
illustrated.
Lower the window slightly. Hook the sun blind
(A) onto the top edge of the window. You can
now raise and lower the window as you wish.
Laminated front and rear side
windows (option)
Inform the rear seat passengers of the
following:
Due to the refraction of light through the side
windows, rear seat passengers may find angles
and distances distorted when looking through
the front side window on the same side as
they are sitting.
Laminated side windows give you extra
protection against attempted break-ins.
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Climate control
Air distribution
Useful hints
Electronic Climate Control ECC
Manual climate control with air conditioning (A/C)
Manual climate control without air conditioning (A/C)
Parking heater
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47
48
52
54
56
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Air distribution
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Air vents in the door pillars
Air vents in the dashboard
Air vents in the dashboard
Air distribution
Air vents in the door pillars
A
B
C
D
The incoming air is distributed through 14
different air vents located in different parts of
your car.
A
B
C
D
·
·
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Open
Closed
Directing airflow laterally
Directing airflow vertically
Aim the outer vents towards the side
windows to remove misting.
In cold climates: close the centre vents
for the most comfortable climate and best
demisting.
·
·
·
Open
Closed
Directing airflow laterally
Directing airflow vertically
Aim the vents toward the rear side windows
to remove misting.
Aim the vents inwards into the car if you
wish to have a comfortable climate in the
rear seat.
Bear in mind that small children are
sensitive to airflow and draughts.
Your climate control system - useful hints
Misting on window interiors
A good way to reduce the problem of misting
on the insides of the windscreen and other
windows is to clean them. Use a normal
window cleaner. Bear in mind that you must
clean them more often if someone smokes in
the car.
When it is hot outside sun heated car
In order to cool the car more rapidly when it
is very hot outside you can “air” the car at the
beginning of your journey by opening the
windows and sunroof for a short time. This
assists the car to cool the interior.
Ice and snow
Side windows and sunroof
Remove ice and snow from the climate control
air intake (the grille between the bonnet and the
windscreen).
For the air conditioning (A/C) system to operate
satisfactorily the side windows and sun roof
should be closed. Also, remember not to block
the evacuation channels in the parcel shelf.
Particle filter
Make sure the particle filter is replaced
regularly. Consult your Volvo workshop.
Actual temperature - ECC
The temperature you select corresponds to the
physical experience with reference to air speed,
humidity, exposure to sun, etc. which affect the
interior and exterior of the car.
Sensors - ECC
The sun sensor is on the upper portion of the
dashboard. Remember not to cover it. Do not
cover the passenger compartment temperature
sensor on the climate control panel.
Fault tracing
Your Volvo workshop has the instruments and
tools required for any fault tracing or repair of
your climate control system. Entrust checks and
repairs only to trained personnel.
Environmental care
Refrigerant R134a is in the air conditioning
system. This contains no chlorine, which means
it is harmless to the ozone layer.
Use only R134a when topping up/refilling
refrigerant. This work should be performed by
an accredited workshop.
Acceleration
The air conditioning system switches off
temporarily at full acceleration. You may feel
a temporary rise in temperature.
Condensation / After Blow
In warm weather conditions condensation from
the air conditioning (A/C) system may drip
under the car. This is completely normal. If
necessary, the fan starts 50 minutes after the
ignition key is switched off and dries the
climate control system for seven minutes. The
fan will afterwards switch off automatically.
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Electronic Climate Control ECC
Recirculation/Interior Air Quality System
(Interior Air Quality System)
MAN
AUT
Recirculation
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AUTO
22
24
18
20
26
Defroster, windscreen
and side windows
Passenger compartment
temperature sensor
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22
Defroster, rear
window and door
mirrors
24
26
A/C On/Off
Seat heater,
right-hand side
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Fan
Temperature,
left hand side
Temperature
Twilight sensor*
right-hand side
Air distribution
Seat heater left hand side
* Automatically adjusts all instrument lighting.
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Electronic Climate Control ECC with Interior Air Quality system (option)
Multifilter with
Air quality sensor (option)
Some cars are equipped with a multifilter and
air quality sensor. The multifilter separates
gases and particles, thus reducing the volume of
odours and contaminants entering the car. The
air quality sensor detects increased levels of
contaminants in the outside air. When the air
quality sensor detects contaminated outside air,
the air intake is closed and the air inside the
compartment is recirculated. The multifilter also
cleans the air recirculating in the compartment.
Keep in mind the following:
· Make it a rule to have the air quality sensor
AUT
MAN
·
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Operation:
Press
to activate the air quality sensor
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When the air quality sensor is connected, the
green AUT LED lights in
MAN
AUT
.
·
(normal setting).
Or select one of three functions by
·
·
activated at all times.
Recirculation is limited in cold climates to
avoid misting.
In the event of misting, you should
disconnect the air quality sensor.
In the event of the windows misting up you
can use the windscreen and side window
defroster functions. See next page.
The recommended interval for changing the
multifilter is at every other scheduled
service. The Multifilter may need to be
changed more often if you drive in heavily
polluted environments.
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pressing
MAN
.
AUT
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1. Press
MAN
AUT
: the LED AUT lights. The air
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quality sensor is now activated.
2. Press
MAN
AUT
: no LED lights. Recirculation
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is not activated unless needed to cool.
3. Press
MAN
AUT
: the LED MAN lights.
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Recirculation is now activated.
You can switch between these three functions
by repeatedly pressing
MAN
AUT
.
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Electronic Climate Control ECC
Defroster windscreen and side windows
AUTO
The AUTO function regulates climate control so
that the selected temperature is attained. The
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ing, fan speed, recirculation and air distribution. If
you select one or more functions manually, the
other functions continue operating automatically.
All manual settings are switched off when AUTO is switched on.
Use this button to quickly remove misting and ice
from the windscreen and side windows. The air
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flows to the windows at high fan speed. The LED
in the defroster button lights when this function is
activated. The air conditioning system is now controlled so that the air is
maximally dehumidified. The air is not recirculated.
Fuel economy - Electronic climate control ECC
With ECC, the air conditioning system is controlled automatically and is
used just enough to cool the passenger compartment and dehumidify the
incoming air. This provides better fuel economy compared to conventional
systems where the air conditioning cools the air to just above freezing
point.
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18
22
Temperature
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The two knobs can be used to set the temperature for
the passenger and driver’s sides of the car. Remember
that it will not heat or cool any quicker even if you
select a higher or lower temperature than you wish to
have in the passenger compartment.
Defroster rear window and door mirrors
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Use this button to quickly remove ice and misting
from the rear window and door mirrors. See
page 38 for more information about this function.
Electronic Climate Control ECC - manual settings
Recirculation
A/C - ON/OFF
(see also page 49)
MAN
AUT
The best cooling in warm
climates is achieved by
selecting the AUTO function.
The recirculation is then controlled automatically. Manual recirculation can
be selected if you wish to shut out bad air, exhaust fumes etc. The air in
the passenger compartment is recirculated; no air from outside the car is
is activated. The LED in the switch is lit.
taken into the car when
If you allow the air in the car to recirculate there is a danger of misting and
icing in the car, especially during the winter.
The timer function (cars with multifilters and air quality sensors
have no timer function) minimises the risk of ice, misting and bad air.
for more than
Carry out the following to activate it. Press
3 seconds. The LED flashes for 5 seconds. The air in the car recirculates
for 3-12 minutes depending on the outer temperature. Each time you press
the timer function is activated. If you wish to switch off the timer
again for more than 3 seconds. The LED lights for
function, press
5 seconds to confirm your selection.
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If you select Defroster
When the ON LED lights the air conditioning
(A/C) system is controlled automatically by the
system. In this way incoming air is cooled and
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moderately dehumidified. When AC OFF is
selected and the OFF LED lights the air conditioning (A/C) system is always disconnected, other functions are still
controlled automatically. The air conditioning (A/C) system operates
down to approximately 0°C.
the air conditioning system is controlWhen you select Defroster
led so that air is maximally dehumidified.
Fan
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Fan speed can be increased or decreased by
turning the knob. If AUTO is selected, fan speed
is controlled automatically. The previously set fan
speed is disconnected.
, recirculation is always disconnected.
NOTE! If the knob for the fan has been turned so far that the left
LED above the knob lights up with an orange light, the fan and the
air conditioning (A/C) system are switched off.
Air distribution
Air to windows.
Air to head and body.
Heating the front seats
Air to legs and feet.
See page 38 for more information
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Press AUTO to return to automatic air distribution.
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Manual climate control with air conditioning AC
Recirculation
Recirculation, together with your air conditioning
(A/C) control, helps to cool a warm cabin more
quickly. This function can also be used to exclude
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bad air, exhaust fumes etc. The air in the passenger compartment is recirculated; no air from outside the car is taken into
is activated. The LED in the switch is lit. If
the car when the button
you allow the air in the car to recirculate there is a danger of misting and
icing in the car, especially during the winter.
The timer function minimises the risk of ice, misting and bad air. To
activate the function: press
for more than 3 seconds. The LED
flashes for 5 seconds. The air in the car recirculates for 3-12 minutes
the timer
depending on the outer temperature. Every time you press
function is activated. If you wish to switch off the timer function, press
again for more than 3 seconds. The LED lights for 5 seconds to
confirm your selection.
Recirculation is always disconnected when you select Defroster
.
A/C - ON/OFF
The air conditioning is
connected to the cooling
and dehumidification
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function when the ON
LED lights. The air conditioning is disconnected with the OFF LED lights.
, the air
When you select Defroster
conditioning is always connected, unless the
fan is set at position 0.
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Fan
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Fan speed can be
increased or decreased by
turning the knob. If the
knob is set to 0, the air
conditioning is disconnected.
Heating/Cooling left side
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Turn to adjust the heating or
coooling of the incoming air.
The air conditioning must
be connected to receive
cooled air.
Heating/Cooling right side
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Turn to adjust the heating or
coooling of the incoming air.
The air conditioning must
be connected to receive
cooled air.
Manual climate control with air conditioning A/C
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Use the air distribution control positions (marked with dots) between the
different symbols to fine-tune air distribution for maximum comfort.
Here is some supplementary
advice and information:
· You must turn the fan knob (from the
Air distribution
·
Air through front and rear air vents.
Use...
0 position) to connect the air conditioning.
Use the air conditioning at low temperatures
(0 - 15 °C) to dehumidify incoming air.
When you want good cooling in a
warm climate.
Air to windows In this position the
air does not recirculate. The air
conditioning (A/C) system is always
connected. There is a certain amount
of airflow to the vents.
When you want to remove ice and misting.
High fan speed is good for this.
Air to both floor and windows.
There is a certain amount of
airflow to the air vents.
When you want comfortable conditions
and good demisting in a cold climate. Not
too low a fan speed.
Air to floor. There is a certain
amount of airflow to the air vents
and the defroster vents for the
windscreen and side windows.
When you want to warm your feet.
Defroster - rear
window and door
mirrors
Use this button to quickly
remove ice and misting
from the rear window and door mirrors. See
page 38 for more information about this
function.
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Heating the
front seats
See page 38 for more
information.
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Air to floor and air vents.
In sunny weather with cool outside
temperature.
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Parking heater (option)
Short push on RESET (C)
Setting of hours and minutes
Long push on RESET
The timer is activated (ON)
Long push on RESET
The timer is turned off (OFF)
ON lamp lights with a steady glow
The timer is activated
The ON lamp flashes
The parking heater is activated
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The parking heater can be started immediately or
set to two different start times using TIMER 1
and TIMER 2.
Here, start time refers to the time point the car
should be completely warmed up.
Vehicle electronics calculates start time based
on current outside temperature. If the outside
temperature exceeds 25°C, heating is not
switched on.
At temperatures of -7°C and below, the parking
heater runs a maximum of 60 minutes.
If repeated attempts to start the parking heater
are unsuccessful, an error message is shown in
the display - contact a Volvo workshop.
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The car must be outdoors
Direct start of heater
Remember that the car must be outdoors when
using petrol and diesel heaters.
1. Use the thumb wheel (B) to select DIRECT
START.
2. Press the RESET button (C) to make ON
and OFF selections available.
3. Select ON. The heater will now run for
60 minutes. Heating of the passenger
compartment will begin as soon as the engine
coolant has reached a temperature of 20°C.
Parking on a hill
If you park your car on a steep incline, the front
of the car should be facing up the slope to
ensure the supply of fuel to the parking heater.
Deactivation of heater after direct start
1. Use the thumb wheel (B) to select DIRECT
START.
2. Press the RESET button (C) to make ON
and OFF selections available.
3. Select OFF.
Parking heater (option)
Setting TIMER 1 or 2
Messages in the display
Battery and fuel
For reasons of safety, you can only programme
times for the following 24 hours, not several
days in a row.
1. Use the thumb wheel (B) to select TIMER 1.
2. Briefly press the RESET button (C) so that
the hours setting starts to flash.
3. Use the thumb wheel to set the desired
number of hours.
4. Briefly press the RESET button so that the
minutes setting starts to flash.
5. Use the thumb wheel to set the desired
number of minutes.
6. Briefly press the RESET button to confirm
your setting.
7. Press the RESET button to activate the timer.
Once you have set TIMER 1, you can toggle to
TIMER 2. Make settings the same way as for
TIMER 1.
Once TIMER 1, TIMER 2 or DIRECT START
is activated, the amber warning symbol in the
combined instrument panel lights and explanatory text is shown in the display.
When you leave the car, you will receive a
message regarding the current settings of the
system.
If the battery is not sufficiently charged or the
petrol tank is close to empty, the parking heater
will be switched off.
If this is the case, you will receive a message in
the display. Confirm the message using the
READ button (A).
Deactivation of timer-started heater
Do as follows to manually switch off the heater
before the set time has elapsed:
1. Press the READ button (A)
2. Use the thumb wheel (B) to scroll to the text
PARK HEAT TIMER 1 or 2. The text ON
flashes.
3. Press the RESET button (C). The text OFF is
displayed with a steady glow and the heater
is switched off.
Car clock/timer
Important!
For reasons of safety, all timer settings will be
cleared if the car clock is reset after timer
settings have been made.
Repeated use of the parking heater
combined with only short journeys can
discharge the battery and impair starting.
In order to ensure that the generator
receives sufficient time to produce the
amount of energy needed without
discharging the battery as a result of
regular heater use, drive the car for a
period equalling the time during which the
heater has been active.
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Interior
Front seats
Interior lighting
Storage compartments
Centre console storage compartments, Load curtain
Spare wheel, Warning triangle
Long loads
Coat hanger
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Front seats
Height adjustment - front seat
The front edges of the driver’s and passenger
seats can be adjusted to seven different settings
and the rear edges to nine different settings.
The front lever - (A) adjusting the front edge of
the seat.
The rear lever - (B) adjusting the rear edge of
the seat.
Lumbar support
Softer
Harder
Move the seat backwards in
order to operate the lumbar
support adjustment knob
more easily!
Front-rear adjustment
Backrest rake
The seat can be moved forward or backward
when the bracket is lifted.
Check that the seat has locked into position
after adjusting.
Clockwise - backward
Anticlockwise - forward
WARNING!
Adjust the seat before you begin driving.
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Folding the front passenger seat, Rear seat head restraints
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Adjust the head restraint vertically
Folding the front passenger seat
Rear seat head restraints
The front passenger seat backrest can be folded to a horizontal position to
make room for a long load. Fold the backrest as follows:
The centre seating position head restraint is
adjusted vertically according to the height of the
passenger. Press the head restraint up or down
as necessary. To move the head restraint up or
down, you must press the release button behind
the left-hand support. See illustration.
If the integrated booster cushion is used, the
head restraint must be carefully positioned to
suit the child.
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Move the seat as far back as possible.
Adjust the backrest to the upright position.
Lift the catches on the rear of the backrest.
Fold the backrest forward.
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Front seats
1. Within 40 seconds of the ignition key being
turned to position 0 or removed from the
ignition switch.
2. After you have unlocked the driver’s door
with the key or remote control, the driver’s
seat can be adjusted during a 10 minute period
if the door remains open. If the door is
closed, the seat can be adjusted for 40 seconds.
The ignition key can be in position 0 or not yet
inserted in the ignition switch.
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A - Height of seat front edge
B - Front - rear
C - Height of seat rear edge
D - Backrest rake
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If your Volvo is equipped with power seats,
the following may be adjusted with the two
switches at the side of the seat:
Three positions can be stored. After setting the
position hold the MEM button (H) depressed,
while depressing button E. Further seat and
door mirror settings can be stored in the memory
using memory buttons F and G.
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Seats with memory function (option)
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Power seat (option)
Storing seat positions in the remote
control
NOTE! The power seats have an overload
protector which activates if the seat is blocked
by any object. If this occurs switch off the
ignition (ignition key in position 0) and wait for
20 seconds before using the seat again.
Emergency stop
If the seat accidentally begins to move, press
one of the buttons to stop the seat.
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Setting preset positions
Hold one of the buttons E, F or G depressed
until the seat and door mirrors stop.
Unlocking the car with one of the remote
controls and changing the driver’s seat settings,
causes the new position to be saved
in the remote control. The next time the car is
unlocked with the same remote control and the
driver’s door is opened within two minutes, the
driver’s seat will assume the saved position.
If one of the setting buttons is released the
seat will, for safety reasons, stop moving.
Ignition key
Passenger seat: The seat can only be adjusted
if the ignition key is in position I or II.
Driver’s seat: The seat can be adjusted if the
ignition key is in position I or II. It can also be
adjusted in the following circumstances:
WARNING!
When adjusting, ensure that there are no
objects in front of or behind the seat.
Ensure that none of the rear seat passengers will be pinched. To avoid this
possibility, ensure that children do not play
with the switches.
Interior lighting
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General lighting and front reading lamps
General lighting
General lighting lights up and goes out when
you press the button. The general lighting has a
built-in automatic function which means that the
general lighting lights up and remains lit for
30 seconds:
· When you unlock the car from the outside
using the key or remote control.
· When you have stopped the engine and
turned the ignition key to position 0.
General lighting lights up and remains lit for
10 minutes:
· When one of the doors is open.
Rear reading lamps
General lighting goes out:
· When the engine is started.
· When you lock the car from the outside
using the key or remote control.
General lighting can be switched off or on in all
situations by briefly pressing the button.
When you switch the light on, it remains lit for
10 minutes.
You can disconnect the automatic function by
pressing the button for more than 3 seconds.
When you then briefly press the button, the
automatic function reconnects.
The pre-programmed times of 30 seconds and
10 minutes can be changed. Contact an
authorised Volvo workshop.
Vanity mirror in the sun visor
Front and rear reading lamps
Reading lamps in the front and rear seats can be
switched on or off by pressing the respective
button. Reading lamps are switched off
automatically after 10 minutes if not switched
off manually.
Vanity mirror
The lamps come on when you open the cover.
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Storage compartments
WARNING!
Make sure that no hard, sharp or heavy objects lie on or in
(or protrude from) the parcel shelf, map pocket or other
storage compartments where they might cause injury during
heavy braking. Always fasten large heavy objects with one
of the seat belts.
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Centre console storage compartments, Load curtain
Cup holder
(option)
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Ashtray (option)
To empty the ashtrays:
Front seat: pull the ashtray straight upwards.
Rear seat: press the ashtray downwards and
remove.
Some models are
equipped with cup
holders for the front and
rear seat occupants. To open the cup holders in the
front seats, press the left-hand button in the centre
console to open the driver’s cup holder and the
cover below to open the passenger-side cup
holder. To close the passenger-side holder after
use, the arms must be pressed inwards as
indicated by the arrows on the holder. You can
also use the storage compartment in the centre
console for cassette tapes and the like.
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Load curtain in cargo
compartment (option)
The load curtain can be used to secure lighter
objects, such as grocery bags. Pull out the
curtain. It works in the same way as a seat
belt and has a locking function.
To release the curtain from the locked position,
pull the release tab and pull out the curtain.
The expanded curtain can be fixed in two
positions. When securing the curtain in position,
press until it clicks into place.
NOTE! If you have an extra plastic mat with
edges that go up along the sides of the cargo
compartment, you must cut a groove in the mat
so that the load curtain can run freely.
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Spare wheel, Warning triangle
Floor support
Jack
Warning triangle
Tool kit with
towing eye
Mounting
Spare wheel
Floor support
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Spare wheel, tools, jack
Warning triangle (certain countries)
The spare wheel with the jack and tool kit can be found under the floor of
the cargo compartment. Carry out the following to remove the spare wheel:
· Fold the floor inwards.
· Lift and remove the floor support that sits in the spare wheel mounting.
Cars with a “Temporary Spare” also have a floor support in the rear
left-hand corner of the cargo compartment. Pull the support upwards
to facilitate removing the spare wheel.
· Lift out the jack and tool kit.
· Unscrew the mounting and lift out the spare wheel.
· Return and secure everything in the reverse order. Make sure that the
spare wheel is fixed in place and that the jack and tool kit are properly
secured with the straps on the mounting.
Follow the regulations concerning warning triangles of the country you are
in. Carry out the following when the warning triangle is required for use:
· Turn both attachment screws to the vertical position.
· Carefully remove the warning triangle case.
· Remove the warning triangle from its case (A).
· Fold out the four support legs on the warning triangle.
· Fold out and secure the two remaining sides of the warning triangle.
· Place the warning triangle in a suitable position. Think about the
position of the car and the traffic.
After use:
· Pack everything in reverse order.
· Make sure the warning triangle and its case are properly secured in
the boot lid.
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Long loads
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Always secure long loads!
Tipping the backrests forward
Ski hatch
One or both of the rear seat backrests can be
folded down from the cargo compartment for
transporting long objects. Pull the handle(s) in
the cargo compartment. The head restraints
must be in the upright position. Then tip the
backrest or backrests forward. The centre head
restraint may need to be adjusted.
When raising the backrests, ensure that they
are properly secured and locked.
A hatch in the rear backrest allows long objects
(skis, planks, etc.) to be transported. To open
this hatch, tip the right-hand backrest forward.
Release the hatch by pushing the catch
upwards at the same time as folding the hatch
forward. Then tip the backrest back into
position with the hatch open.
NOTE! If your Volvo is equipped with an
integrated booster cushion, you must fold this
out first.
WARNING!
Always secure the load. During heavy
braking the load may otherwise shift,
causing personal injury. Cover sharp edges
with something soft. Turn off the engine
and apply the parking brake when loading
or unloading long objects! You may
accidentally knock the gear lever or gear
selector with the load and cause a gear to
engage and the car to move off.
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Coat hanger
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Coat hanger
Use the coat hanger for clothes of normal
weight.
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Locks and Alarm
Immobilizer, remote control
Locking and unlocking
Replacing the battery
When it is dark, deadlocks
Child safety lock
Alarm
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Doors and locks
Keys - Immobilizer
Your car is delivered with two master keys and
one service key*. One of the master keys is
foldable and equipped with an integrated remote
control.
Loss of key
If you should lose one of your keys, bring the
remaining keys to an authorised Volvo workshop. As a crime prevention measure, the code
for the lost key is erased from the system and
the other keys must be re-coded in the
system.The mechanical code numbers for the
keys are recorded on a separate label accompanying the keys. Store the label in a safe place.
Take the label to your Volvo dealer if you wish
to order new keys. A maximum of six remote
controls/keys can be programmed and used.
Master key
This key operates all locks
Immobilizer
Each key has an integrated coded chip. The code
must be the same as the code in the ignition
switch receiver. The car can only be started if
the correct key with the correct code is used.
Remote control functions
Service key*
For driver's door, ignition switch and
steering wheel lock only.
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1. Unlocking
Button (1) unlocks all doors, boot lid and fuel
filler flap.
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1. Unlock 2. Open boot lid
3. Alarm function 4. Approach lighting
5. Lock 6. Fold/open key
2. Boot lid
Press button 2 to unlock the boot lid only.
3. Alarm function
The alarm function can be used to attract
attention during emergency situations. If the red
button (3) is held for at least 3 seconds or is
pressed twice in succession during the same
amount of time, the direction indicators and horn
will be activated. The alarm can be deactivated
with any of the remote control buttons or it will
shut off automatically after 25 seconds.
Locking and unlocking
4. Approach lighting
Do the following when you approach the car:
Press the yellow button (4) on the remote
control.
The interior lighting, parking lamps, numberplate lighting and the lamps in the door mirrors
(option) will switch on. If a trailer is attached to
the car, the trailer lights will also be switched
on. These lights will remain lit for 30, 60 or
90 seconds. An appropriate time setting for
your car can be performed at an authorised
Volvo workshop.
In order to switch off Approach lighting:
press the yellow button again.
5. Locking
Lock all doors, boot lid and fuel filler flap with
button 5. There is a delay of approx. 10 minutes
for the fuel filler flap.
6. Folding/opening key
The key can be folded by pressing button 6
while folding the key blade into the keypad.
The folding key will open automatically with
one press of the button.
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Locking and unlocking the car
from the outside
Locking and unlocking the car
from the inside
Using the master key or its remote control, all
the doors and the boot lid can be locked or
unlocked from the outside at the same time.
When the vehicle is locked, the door locking
buttons and interior door handles are
disconnected.
Using the master key or its remote control, all
the doors and the boot lid can be unlocked from
the outside at the same time.
All doors and the boot lid can be locked and
unlocked at the same time using the switches in
the door panel (applies if the vehicle is opened
with the master key).
All doors can also be unlocked and locked
using the lock buttons. The above situation is
valid, as long as you haven’t locked the car
from the outside!
If the car is locked from the inside using the
switches in the door panel, the fuel filler flap
remains unlocked.
If the car is locked from the outside, the fuel
filler flap locks after a 10-minute delay.
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Locking and unlocking, Replacing battery
Automatic relocking
If none of the doors or the boot lid is opened
within two minutes of being unlocked with the
remote control from the outside, all locks
will be automatically relocked. This function
prevents you from inadvertently leaving the car
unlocked.
For cars with an alarm, see page 73.
NOTE! If the boot lid was opened with the
button on the remote control, it will not
automatically relock.
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Locking, unlocking and opening
the boot lid with the remote
control
Normally the boot lid is locked or unlocked
when you lock or unlock the car using the
master key in the driver’s door or the remote
control. If you wish only to unlock or open the
boot lid, press the button on the remote control.
So that the boot lid is not unlocked accidentally
you must: press the button slowly twice within
three seconds. The boot lid then opens. If all the
doors are locked when you later close the boot
lid, it will be automatically locked.
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Unlocking the boot lid with the
master key
Normally the boot lid is locked or unlocked
when you lock or unlock the car using the
master key in the driver’s door or the remote
control. The boot lid can be opened by slowly
pressing the button on the remote control twice
within three seconds, or by pressing the boot lid
opener. The master key should only be used to
unlock the boot lid in emergency situations (if
the remote control is broken or if the car is
without power). In such cases: insert the master
key into the upper or lower part of the plug
covering the lock. Twist the key upwards or
downwards and remove the plug. Then unlock
the boot lid.
Replacing the battery
If the locks repeatedly fail to react to signals
from the remote control at a normal distance, the
battery should be replaced at the next service
interval or within the course of a couple of
weeks.
· Remove the cover by carefully prising up
the rear edge with a small screwdriver.
· Change the battery (type CR 2032, 3 volt),
the plus side should be up. Avoid touching
the battery and its contact surfaces with your
fingers.
· Refit the cover. Make sure the rubber seal is
properly fitted and free from damage to
prevent water form entering.
· Turn the old battery in to your Volvo
workshop so that it is disposed of in an
environmentally friendly way.
When it is dark, deadlocks
When it is dark
Deadlocks
Approach lighting
Carry out the following when you approach
the car:
· Press the yellow button on the remote
control.
The interior lighting, parking lamps, numberplate lighting and lamps in the door mirrors
now light (certain models).
Your car has a special deadlock position which
means that the doors cannot be opened from
the inside if they are locked. Deadlocks can
only be activated from the outside by the
driver’s door being locked with the key or
remote control. All doors must be shut before
the deadlock can be activated. The doors then
cannot be opened from the inside. The car can
only be unlocked from the outside via the
driver’s door or by using the remote control
(this only applies to cars that are equipped
with deadlocks). The car cannot be opened by
manipulating the door buttons from the outside.
WARNING!
Do not allow anyone to remain in the
car without deactivating the deadlock
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Deactivating deadlocks
If someone wishes to remain in the car but you
still wish to lock the doors from the outside the
deadlocks can be disconnected. From the time
the key is turned from position II until you
lock the car, or as long as the centre console is
supplied with current, you can press the
button. The LED in the button then comes on
and stays on until you lock the car using the
key or remote control. A message is displayed
as long as the key remains in the ignition
switch. The deadlock is now disconnected. The
deadlocks will be re-activated the next time the
ignition is switched on.
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Child safety lock
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Control for child safety lock - left rear door
Manual child safety locks rear doors
The controls for the child safety locks are in the
rear edges of the rear doors and are only
accessible when the door is open. Use the
ignition key to turn the control and thus activate
or deactivate the child safety lock.
A Door cannot be opened from the inside
(twist outward).
B The doors can be opened from the inside
(twist inwards).
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Control for child safety lock - right rear door
WARNING!
Remember that in the event of an accident,
rear seat passengers cannot open rear
doors from the inside if the child safety
locks are activated. Therefore, keep the
doors unlocked while driving! In the
event of an accident, rescue personnel will
then be able to quickly get into the car
from the outside.
Alarm
The alarm system (option)
Deactivating a triggered alarm
When the alarm is connected, it continually monitors all alarm points.
The alarm is triggered if:
· the bonnet is opened.
· the boot lid is opened.
· a side door is opened.
· the ignition switch is turned with a non-approved key or subjected to
force.
· a movement is detected in the passenger compartment (if a movement detector is installed - extra equipment).
· the car is lifted or towed away (if it is equipped with a tilt detector extra equipment).
· the battery cable is disconnected.
· anyone tries to disconnect the siren.
Press the UNLOCK button on the remote control if the alarm sounds and
you wish to deactivate it. Two short flashes of the direction indicators are
given as confirmation.
Audio signal - Alarm
The audio signal is given from a siren with a reserve battery. Each alarm
signal lasts 25 seconds.
Visual signal - Alarm
When the alarm is triggered, all direction indicators flash for
5 minutes and the car interior lighting lights for 5 minutes or until you
deactivate the alarm as described above.
Activating the alarm
Press the LOCK button on the remote control. A long flash signal from
the car’s direction indicators confirms that the alarm is active and that all
doors are closed. In certain markets the key or the switch in the driver’s
door can be used to alarm the car.
NOTE!
Even if your remote control does not work or you have lost it, you can start
the car as follows: open the driver’s door with the key. The alarm is
triggered and the siren sounds. Start the car as usual. The alarm will then be
deactivated.
Deactivating the alarm
Press the UNLOCK button on the remote control. Two short flash
signals from the direction indicators of the car confirm that the alarm is
deactivated. In certain markets, the key can be used to deactivate the
alarm.
Automatic alarm reset
If neither the side doors or rear door are opened within two minutes of
the alarm being disarmed, and the car is unlocked with the remote
control, the car automatically rearms the alarm. The car is simultaneously
locked. This function prevents you from accidentally leaving the car
unalarmed.
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Alarm
Status indicator lamp on the dashboard
An indicator lamp (LED) at the top of the dashboard gives a description of
the alarm system status:
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Lamp not lit: Alarm is deactivated.
Lamp flashes once a second: The alarm is activated.
Lamp flashes quickly, after deactivating the alarm and until the ignition
is switched on: The alarm has been triggered.
If a fault has occurred in the alarm system, a message is shown in
the display with instructions for appropriate measures.
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IMPORTANT!
Do not attempt to repair or modify alarm system components. All such
attempts can affect terms of insurance.
Temporary deactivation of detectors
To avoid triggering the alarm inadvertently, for example when leaving
a dog in the car or during a ferry crossing, the movement and tilt detectors
can be temporarily deactivated. The button can be pressed at any time
between the key being turned from position II to the car being locked, or
as long as the power to the centre console is on. The LED in the button
lights until you lock the car with your key or remote control.
A message is displayed as long as the key remains in the ignition lock.
The detectors will be reactivated the next time you switch on the ignition.
If your car is equipped with deadlocks, these will be simultaneously
activated. See page 71.
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Alarm
Testing the alarm system
Testing the movement detector for the passenger compartment:
1. Open all windows.
2. Activate the alarm. Alarm activation is confirmed by the LED
flashing slowly.
3. Wait 30 seconds.
4. Test the movement detector in the passenger compartment by lifting a
bag or similar from the seat. The alarm should now sound and flash.
5. Deactivate the alarm by unlocking with the remote control.
Testing the doors:
1. Activate the alarm.
2. Wait 30 seconds.
3. Unlock with the key on the driver’s side.
4. Open one of the doors. The alarm should now be triggered.
5. Repeat the test for the other door.
6. Deactivate the alarm by unlocking with the remote control.
Testing the bonnet:
1. Get into the car and deactivate the movement detector as described
on page 74.
2. Arm the alarm (remain in the car and lock the doors with the button
on the remote control).
3. Wait 30 seconds.
4. Open the bonnet with the handle under the dashboard. The alarm
should now sound and flash.
5. Deactivate the alarm by unlocking with the remote control.
Testing the boot lid:
1. Activate the alarm.
2. Wait 30 seconds.
3. Unlock with the key on the driver’s side.
4. Open the boot lid. The alarm should now sound and flash.
5. Deactivate the alarm by unlocking with the remote control.
If the alarm system does not work correctly, have the car examined by an
authorised Volvo workshop.
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Starting, driving, gearshifting
Fuel filler flap, Starting the engine
Economical driving
Manual gearbox
Automatic gearbox
All Wheel Drive
Active chassis, FOUR-C
Parking Assistance System
Towing
Jumpstarting
Driving with trailer
Towing bracket
Detachable towbar
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Fuel filler flap, Starting the engine
NOTE! When the car is locked from outside,
the fuel filler flap remains unlocked for a
further 10 minutes.
Start the engine as follows
(Petrol)
1 Apply the parking brake (handbrake).
2 Automatic gearbox: Gear selector in P or
N position.
Manual gearbox: Gear lever in neutral
and the clutch pedal completely depressed.
This is especially important in severe cold.
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3 Turn the ignition key to the start position. If
the engine does not start within 5-10
seconds, release the key and try again.
Refuelling
Refuelling
The fuel cap is inside the fuel filler flap on the
right rear wing.
In high exterior temperatures there can be
overpressure in the fuel tank. Open the filler cap
slowly. Do not overfill the fuel tank. A maximum of one automatic cut out by the fuel
pump nozzle is recommended! Too much fuel
at high outside temperatures can cause the tank
to overflow!
After refuelling, replace the fuel cap and turn
until one or more clicks is heard.
NOTE! Never add cleaning additives yourself
unless specifically recommended to do so by a
Volvo workshop.
Opening fuel tank
The fuel filler flap is unlocked and can be
opened when the car is unlocked.
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Important!
Petrol-powered cars must always be refuelled
with unleaded petrol so as not to damage the
catalytic converter.
WARNING!
Always switch off your mobile telephone
during refuelling - the ring signal can cause
sparks which may ignite petrol fumes and
lead to fires or personal injury.
Start the engine as follows
(Diesel)
1 Apply the parking brake (handbrake).
2 Automatic gearbox: Gear selector in P or
N position.
Manual gearbox: Gear lever in neutral
and the clutch pedal completely depressed.
This is especially important in severe cold.
3 Turn the ignition key to the driving position.
A control symbol in the combined
instrument panel shows that the engine is
pre-heating. Turn the key to the start
position when the indicator symbol has
gone out.
Refuelling with diesel oil
At low temperatures (–5 °C to –40 °C) the
diesel oil can precipitate paraffin, which makes
the engine difficult to start. Make sure that
special winter fuel is used during the cold
period of the year.
NOTE! Depending on the engine temperature
when starting, the idling speed with a cold start is
- for a short period - higher than normal for some
engine types.
The reason for this is Volvo's ambition to
minimise exhaust emissions by bringing up the
engine's exhaust purification system to its correct
working temperature as quick as possible.
Starting the engine
Immobilizer
Automatic gearbox adaptive system
Use the car key. Do not let several keys dangle next to each other from
the same key ring when starting.
The gearbox is controlled by an ”adaptive system”. The control module
continually ”learns” how the gearbox behaves. It senses how the gearbox
shifts gear and achieves optimal gear shifts each time. The control module
also senses your driving style, such as how hard you depress the accelerator
pedal, and adjusts the shift schedule to your specific driving style.
The new car - slippery road surface
Driving on a slippery road may feel different depending on whether you
choose a car with a manual or an automatic gearbox. Practice handling
skids under controlled conditions so that you know how your new car
reacts.
Never rev the engine hard after a cold start!
If the engine fails to start or misfires, contact the nearest Volvo
workshop.
Automatic gearbox safety systems
Cars with automatic gearbox have special safety systems:
Keylock - Ignition switch interlock
In order to move the gear selector from P position to other gear positions
the ignition key must be in position I. In order to remove the ignition key
after driving, the gear selector must be in the P position.
Shift lock
In order to move the gear selector from P position to the other gear
positions when the key is in position I or II, the brake pedal must be
depressed.
If you have started the engine and the car remains stationary:
hold your foot on the brake pedal when you move the gear selector to
another position!
Automatic gearbox - Cold starts
When starting in low temperatures, gear shifts may feel harder. This is due
to transmission oil viscosity at low temperatures.
To minimise engine emissions, the gearbox shifts up later than normal if
the engine has been started at low temperatures.
When driving with a cold engine the gearbox shifts at a higher engine
speed. This is done to faster attain the correct temperature for the catalytic
converter.
Do not allow the engine
and cooling system to overheat
Under certain conditions, e.g. when driving in hilly terrain and with a
heavy load, especially in warm weather, there is a risk of the engine and
cooling system overheating.
To avoid the cooling system overheating:
· Drive at low speeds if driving with a trailer up a long incline.
· Switch off the air conditioning temporarily.
· Avoid letting the engine idle.
· Do not turn the engine off immediately you stop, if the car has been
driven hard.
· Remove any auxiliary lamps from in front of the grille if driving in
extremely high temperatures.
To avoid the engine overheating:
Do not exceed engine speeds of 4500 rpm if driving with a trailer or
caravan in hilly terrain. The oil temperature can become too high.
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Economical driving
Drive with anticipation
Economical driving results from driving gently
with anticipation and adapting your driving style
and speed to the situation.
Keep in mind the following:
· Drive the engine to operating temperature as
soon as possible! That is to say: do not let
the engine idle, but drive with a light load as
soon as you can.
· A cold engine consumes more fuel than a
warm one.
· Avoid driving short distances where the
engine never has time to reach operating
temperature.
· Drive gently! Avoid unnecessary quick
accelerations and heavy braking.
· Do not drive with unnecessary, heavy loads
in the car.
· Do not drive with winter tyres when the
roads are clear and dry.
· Remove the load carrier when it is not in use.
· Do not open side windows unnecessarily.
Select the right gear
An important part of driving economically is
using the gearbox correctly. Select the right
gear! Do not labour the engine!
Speed-dependent power steering
Your car can be equipped with speed-dependent
power steering as an option. This means that the
car is lighter to steer at low speeds, which
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makes it easier to park, etc. As speed increases,
the steering force will be adapted accordingly to
give the driver better road feel.
Do not drive with the boot lid
open!
Those of you who drive
with trailers - here are some
“special tips”
· When parking on slopes, you should apply
If you drive with the boot lid open, some of the
exhaust gases and poisonous carbon monoxide
could be sucked into the car through the cargo
compartment. If you must drive a short distance
with the boot lid open, do as follows:
· Close all windows.
· Distribute the air between the windscreen
and floor while running the fan at high
speed.
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Car care
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the parking brake before moving the gear
selector to P. When starting from a slope,
first put the gear selector in drive and then
release the parking brake.
Select a low gear in the gearbox when
driving on steep inclines or when driving
slowly. This prevents the gearbox from
upshifting if you have an automatic
gearbox. The transmission oil will be cooler.
If you have a Geartronic gearbox, do not
use a higher manual gear than the engine
can “handle”. It is not always economical to
drive in high gears.
Driving characteristics and tyres
The tyres have great influence on the handling
of the car. Both tyre type, dimension and tyre
pressure are all important to how the car
behaves. When you change tyres, ensure that
you have the same type, size and brand of tyre
on all four wheels. Also follow the recommendations as regards air pressure.
You should, of course, keep your car and
especially the engine in good condition. Factors
that can help you to keep fuel consumption
down are:
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Good spark plugs
Clean air filter
Correct engine oil
Brakes that are not constantly touching
Correct wheel alignment
Correct tyre pressure
Remember that the most important factor with
regard to fuel consumption is you, and how you
handle the accelerator pedal, break pedal and
gear lever.
Some important tips!
7. Screw the load carrier in place.
8. Check that the hook is properly secured in
the roof bracket.
9. Tighten the knobs alternately until the
carrier feels secure.
10. Replace the cover.
11. Regularly check that the knobs are
securely tightened.
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If you use load carriers
· To avoid damaging your car and to achieve
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Load carrier attachment points
Fitting the load carriers
1. Make sure the load carrier is placed in the
right direction (see the marking on the decal
under the cover).
2. Fit the guide pins into the guide holes (1).
3. Carefully lower the bracket on the other side
to the roof.
4. Screw the knob up a bit.
Press the knob against the roof bracket
catch the hook in the roof bracket under
the roof rail.
5. Screw the load carrier in place.
6. Fit the guide pins of the other brackets into
the guide holes.
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the best level of safety when driving, we
recommend that you only use load carriers
that Volvo has specially designed for your
car.
Check periodically that the load carriers
and load are properly secured. Lash the
load securely with suitable straps.
You can carry a maximum of 100 kg on
the roof (including load carriers).
Distribute the load evenly over the load
carriers. Do not load lopsidedly. Place the
heaviest items at the bottom.
Remember that the car’s centre of gravity
and driving characteristics change if you
have a load on the roof.
Keep in mind that the car’s wind resistance
and fuel consumption increase in proportion
to the size of the load.
Drive gently. Avoid quick accelerations,
heavy braking and taking curves hard.
The load and its position affect
driving characteristics
At kerb weight your car has a tendency to
understeer. This means that you will have to
turn more and more sharply in the same bend if
you accelerate. This also means that the car is
stable and the chance of a rear wheel skid low.
Bear in mind that these characteristics can
change depending on how the car is loaded. As
the load in the rear of the car increases, the car
understeers less.
NOTE! The permitted total load and axle
pressures must not be exceeded.
Floor carpets
Volvo supplies floor carpets specially manufactured for your car. These must be properly
stuck down and secured with mat clips so as
not to obstruct the pedals for the driver or cause
inconvenience in other positions.
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Manual gearbox
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Gear position
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Reverse gear detent
Gear selector positions
Gear position, manual gearbox
Reverse gear detent
P – Parking
Depress the clutch pedal fully with every gear
change. Remove your foot from the clutch pedal
between changes! Be sure to follow this shifting
pattern.
Use the 5th gear as often as possible for speeds
over 70 km/h (43 mph) in order to obtain the
best fuel economy.
Engage the reverse gear when the car is
stationary!
To put the car in reverse, the lever must first be
moved to neutral position (between 3rd and 4th
gear). Reverse gear cannot be selected directly
from 5th gear because of the reverse gear
detent.
Select this position when you wish to start the
engine or park the car.
The car should be stationary when you
select P!
In the P position the gearbox is mechanically
locked. Always apply the parking brake when
parking!
R – Reversing position
The car should be stationary when you
select R!
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N – Neutral position
L – Low gear position
N is the neutral position. The engine can be
started, but no gear is selected. Apply the
parking brake when the car is stationary with
the gear lever in N.
Select L if you wish to drive in 1st or 2nd.
Position L gives the best engine braking for
mountain driving, etc.
D – Driving position
Downshift inhibitor
D is the normal driving position. The car
automatically shifts between the different
gearbox gears based on the level of acceleration
and speed. The car should be stationary when
selecting D from position R.
The is a built-in inhibitor in the gearbox
that prevents engine over-revving, when
selecting one of the low gear positions.
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4 – Low gear
Shifting up and down between the 1st, 2nd, 3rd,
and 4th occurs automatically.
The 5th gear will not be engaged.
Position 4 can be used:
· for mountain driving
· when driving with a trailer
· to increase engine braking
3 – Low gear
Shifting up and down between 1st, 2nd and
3rd occurs automatically.
The 4th gear will not be engaged.
Position 3 can be used:
· for mountain driving
· when driving with a trailer
· to increase engine braking
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W - Winter
Use the button to switch the winter program W
on and off.
The winter program makes it easier to drive at
low speed in slippery road conditions. When the
program is engaged, the driving wheels receive
less power than normal and all upshifting
occurs at a lower engine rpm.
The symbol W is displayed in the combined
instrument panel.
NOTE! The W program cannot be selected if
you have selected the manual positions.
Program W can only be selected in position D.
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Gear selector inhibitor
”Kick-down”
P – Parking
You can always move the gear selector freely
forward or backward between N and D. Other
positions are locked with a latch that you can
control with the inhibitor button on the gear
selector.
Press the inhibitor button to move the gear
selector forward or backward between R and N,
and between D, 4, 3 and L.
When you press the accelerator all the way
down - beyond the position normally regarded as
full acceleration - a lower gear is automatically
engaged. This is called ”kick-down” downshifting. When you reach the maximum speed
for the gear or release the accelerator pedal from
the ”kick-down” position, there is an automatic
upshift. Use ”kick-down” when you want
maximum acceleration, such as when overtaking.
The gearbox is equipped with a downshift
inhibitor on all gears.
Select this position when you wish to start the
engine or park the car.
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The car should be stationary when you
select P!
In the position P the gearbox is mechanically
locked. Always apply the parking brake when
parking!
Geartronic (option)
R – Reversing position
Gear selector manual position
The car should be stationary when you
select R!
If you wish to move from the automatic position
D to the manual position, press the selector to
the left. If you wish to move from MAN to
position D, press the selector to the right and
then up to D; 3rd, 4th and 5th have the Lock-up
function (locked gears), which gives better
braking and lower fuel consumption.
N – Neutral position
N is the neutral position. The engine can be
started, but no gear is selected. Apply the
parking brake when the car is stationary with
the gear lever in N.
D – Driving position
D is the normal driving position. The car
automatically shifts between the different
gearbox gears based on the level of acceleration and speed. The car should be stationary
when selecting D from position R.
While moving:
The manual gear positions can be selected at any
time in the journey. The selected gear is locked
until another gear is selected. The gearbox
downshifts only if you slow down to a very
slow speed.
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Holding the gear selector in minus (-) downshifts the car one gear position while simultaneously engine braking. Holding the gear
selector in (+) shifts the car up one gear
position.
3rd is the highest gear you can use when
starting.
The Kick-down function is not available while
you are in manual shifting mode. You must
return to automatic position D.
Gear selector inhibitor Geartronic
You can always move the gear selector freely
forward or backward between D, N, and
manual shifting mode. Other positions are
locked with a latch that you can control with
the inhibitor button on the gear selector.
Pressing the inhibitor button allows the gear
selector to be moved forward or backward
between the positions P, R, N and D.
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Geartronic
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W - Winter
“Kick-down” - Automatic shifting
Use the button to switch the winter program
W on and off.
The winter program makes it easier to drive at
low speed in slippery road conditions. When
the program is engaged, the driving wheels
receive less power than normal and all
upshifting occurs at a lower engine rpm.
The symbol W is displayed in the combined
instrument panel.
When you press the accelerator all the way
down - beyond the position normally regarded
as full acceleration - a lower gear is automatically engaged. This is called ”kick-down”
downshifting. When you reach the maximum
speed for the gear or release the accelerator
pedal from the ”kick-down” position, there is an
automatic upshift. Use ”kick-down” when you
want maximum acceleration, such as when
overtaking.
The gearbox is equipped with a downshift
inhibitor on all gears.
NOTE! The W program cannot be selected if
you have selected the manual positions.
Program W can only be selected in position D.
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All Wheel Drive / Active chassis FOUR-C
AWD – All Wheel Drive (option)
Snow chains
Active chassis FOUR-C (option)
The all-wheel drive system in your Volvo, which
is continuously engaged, conforms to advanced
technical requirements. When used correctly,
the all-wheel drive system provides the driver
with better control on all types of road surfaces
when compared with conventional rear-wheel
drive.
All-wheel drive implies that the vehicle uses all
four wheels simultaneously. Power is automatically distributed between the front and rear
wheel pairs. An electronically-controlled clutch
system distributes power to the wheel pair
providing the best handling according to the
prevailing road conditions, which in turn
provides the best possible traction and prevents
wheel spin. Under normal driving conditions,
the majority of power is transmitted to the front
wheels.
The improved traction increases driving safety
in rain, snow and icy conditions.
Snow chains may only be fitted to the front
wheel pair on all-wheel drive cars.
Use chains designed for AWD models only.
FOUR-C (Continuously Controlled Chassis
Concept) is an advanced, electronicallycontrolled active chassis system.
System functions are based on a number of
sensors which continuously adjust vehicle
movements and reactions
The button in the centre console (see the
illustration on page 31) can be used at random
in order to select between two different settings:
Comfort and Sport. The driver can adjust the
suspension characteristics while driving - when
switching driving style or when the character of
the road surface changes.Adjustments occur
within a few milliseconds.
Important!
Only Volvo-approved snow chains are
permitted. Use of other snow chains could
damage your car.
Never drive faster than 50 km/h when snow
chains are fitted!
Never use "quick links" because the space
between the disc brakes and the wheels is
too small.
Tyre dimensions and pressure
Volvo recommends driving with tyres which
have the same make, size, specifications, load
designation, and speed rating. Pressure is
specified in the table on the inside of the fuel
filler flap. See page 99.
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Parking Assistance System (option)
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Function
Activating/deactivating
Cleaning the sensors
The Parking Assistance System can be used as
an aid when parking the vehicle. An audible
signal from the speaker system indicates the
distance between the vehicle and the detected
object; the audio system volume is lowered
when the system is engaged. As the driver nears
an object behind the car, the interval between
signals becomes shorter. When the distance
between the car and the object is approximately
30 cm, a continuous tone is audible. Distances
are measured using ultrasonic technology via
sensors mounted in the bumper; system range is
approximately 1.5 m.
The Parking Assistance System is activated
once reverse gear is engaged if it has not been
deactivated with the control located in the
switch panel.
The LED in the control lights when the system
is active.
In order to ensure proper sensor function, they
must be cleaned regularly with water and car
washing liquid.
The Parking Assistance System is designed to
aid the driver while parking but can never
replace the responsibility normally assumed by
the driver during parking. The sensors are
designed to assist the driver and cannot detect
objects inside their 'dead angles'. Be aware of
children and animals in close proximity to the
car.
NOTE! Deactivate the system when driving with
a trailer or bicycle holder mounted on the towbar
or the sensors will react.
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Fault indication
If a system fault should be detected, the LED in
the control will extinguish. A text message will
be shown in the combined instrument panel
display.
Towing
To tow start
(bump start) the engine
If you bump start a car with manual gearbox,
the catalytic converters will be damaged. Cars
with automatic gearboxes cannot be bump
started. Use a booster battery if the battery is
discharged.
Towing eye
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Towing eye, front
If you need to be towed
· Unlock the steering wheel lock so that the
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car can be steered.
Keep in mind the highest permitted legal
towing speed.
Remember that the brake and power steering
servos do not function when the engine is
switched off! You must exert approximately
five times more pressure on the brake pedal
and steering is considerably harder than
usual.
Drive gently. Keep the towline taut to avoid
unnecessary jerking.
Towing eye, rear
For automatic gearboxes
· The gear selector should be in position N.
· Maximum permitted speed for cars with an
automatic gearbox: 80 km/h (50 mph).
Maximum permitted distance: 80 km
(50 miles).
· Cars equipped with an automatic gearbox
must only be towed face forward.
· The engine cannot be towed to start (bump
started). See “Jump starting” on the next
page.
The towing eye is located in the tool kit in the
cargo compartment. You must screw the towing
eye into place before towing. The sockets and
covers for the towing eye are located on the
right-hand side of each bumper.
Remove the cover as follows:
A. Loosen the bottom edge of the cover with a
coin.
B. Screw the towing eye securely into place up
to the flange (C). You can use a wheelbrace.
After use, unscrew the towing eye and refit the
cover.
Towing
NOTE! The towing eye may only be used for
towing on the road, not for salvage after driving
into a ditch or similar. Professional help should
be called for salvage towing.
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Jumpstarting
WARNING!
Remember that batteries, especially the booster battery, contain
oxyhydrogen which is highly explosive. A spark, which can be
caused if you incorrectly install the jump leads, is enough to cause the
battery to explode and both damage the car and injure you. The
battery also contains sulphuric acid, which can cause serious
corrosive damage. If the acid comes into contact with your eyes, skin
or clothes, flush with large quantities of water. If acid splashes into
your eyes contact a doctor immediately.
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Jumpstarting with a booster battery is as follows:
If for some reason the battery in your car is discharged, you can ”borrow”
current from a spare battery or another car’s battery to start the engine.
Always check that the clamps are secure so that there are no sparks
during the start attempt.
To avoid the risk of explosion, we recommend you do exactly as follows.
· Turn the ignition key to position 0.
· Ensure that the booster battery has 12 volt current.
· If the booster battery is in another car, stop the engine of that car and
make sure the cars are not touching.
· Connect the red cable to the booster battery’s positive terminal
(1+ in the illustration) and the connection in your cars engine
compartment (2+ in the illustration).
The clamp should be attached to the contact point located under a little
black cover with a plus sign on it. The cover is connected to the cover
of the fuse box.
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Connect one end of the black cable to the booster battery’s negative
terminal (3– in the illustration).
Connect the other end of the black cable to a grounding point on your
car (4– in the illustration).
Start the engine of the ”booster car”. Let the engine run a few minutes
at a speed slightly higher than idle, 1500 rpm.
Start the engine of the car with the discharged battery.
NOTE! Do not move the clamps during the start attempt (risk
of spark buildup).
Remove the clamps in reverse order.
NOTE! If you need to help another car, connect the red cable as shown in
the illustration above. Connect the black cable between two grounding
points as also shown in the illustration. Do not connect the black cable
to the negative pole of another battery!
Driving with trailer
Driving with trailer
· The towing bracket on the car must be of an approved type. Your
Volvo dealer can advise you as to which towing bracket to use.
Distribute the load in the trailer so that the weight on the towing
bracket is approximately 50 kg for trailer weights under 1200 kg and
approximately 75 kg for trailer weights over 1200 kg.
· Increase tyre pressure to correspond to the pressure for full load. See
the tyre pressure table!
· Clean the towing bracket regularly and grease the towball* and all
moving parts to prevent unnecessary wear.
· Do not drive with a heavy trailer when your car is brand new! Wait
until it has gone at least 1000 km (620 miles).
· The brakes are loaded much more than usual on long and steep
downhill slopes. Downshift to a lower gear and adjust your speed.
· If the car is driven with a heavy load in a hot climate, the engine and
gearbox may overheat. The temperature gauge in the combined
instrument panel goes into the red zone when the car overheats. Stop
and let the engine idle a few minutes.
· If the car overheats, the air conditioning system can be temporarily
switched off.
· The gearbox reacts with a built-in protection function if the car
overheats. See the message in the display!
· The engine is loaded more heavily than usual when driving with a
trailer.
· For reasons of safety, you should not drive faster than 80 km/h
(50 mph), even if the laws of certain countries permit higher speeds.
· The highest permissible trailer weight for a trailer without brakes is
750 kg.
· If you park with a trailer, always move the gear selector to the P
position (automatic transmission), or engage a gear (manual gearbox).
If you park on steep hills always put chocks under the wheels.
· Avoid driving with trailer weights above 1200 kg on inclines great
than 12%. You should not drive with a trailer on inclines above 15%
* Does not apply to ball hitch with vibration damper.
Driving with trailer - automatic transmission
· When parking on a slope you should apply the parking brake before
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moving the gear selector to the P position. When starting on a slope
you should first move the gear selector to the driving position and
then release the parking brake.
Select an appropriate low gear position on the gearbox when driving
on steep slopes or if driving slowly. In doing so, you prevent the
gearbox from changing up if you have an automatic transmission. The
gearbox oil will be cooler.
If you have a Geartronic transmission, do not use a higher manual
gear than what the engine can "handle". It is not always economical to
drive in high gears.
NOTE! Some models must be fitted with an oil cooler for the automatic
transmission when driving with a trailer. You should therefore check with
your closest Volvo dealer about just your car if a towbar has been fitted at
a later date.
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Driving with trailer
NOTE! The maximum permitted trailer weights stated are the ones
that the Volvo Car Corporation allows. Remember that national
vehicle regulations may further limit the trailer weight and speed.
The towbars can be certified for higher towing weights than what
the car may tow.
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The highest permitted trailer weight
for a trailer with brakes
Recommended
ball pressure
0-1200 kg.................................................... 50 kg
1201-1600 kg.............................................. 75 kg
1601-1800 kg.............................................. 75 kg
WARNING!
If you do not follow the given recommendations, the trailer and car
may be difficult to control during evasive manoeuvres and braking,
which can be dangerous to you and others on the road.
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Level control
If your car is equipped with automatic level control, the rear end will
always have the right height while driving irrespective of the load. The
rear end drops when the car is at a standstill, which is quite normal.
Towing bracket
Fixed towbar(A)
Always remember to fasten the trailer's safety
cable to the attachment. See the illustration.
Detachable towbar (B)
Always follow installation instructions
carefully.
Always remember to fasten the trailer's safety
cable to the attachment. See the illustration.
Always remember to clean and grease the
connector pin regularly. Use the recommended grease 8624203.
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NOTE! Your car may have a towing bracket
with a 13-pin electrical connector, which you
need to connect to a trailer with a 7-pin
electrical connector. If this is the case, use only
an original Volvo Genuine adapter cable.
Ensure that the cable does not drag on the
ground.
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WARNING!
If your car is fitted with Volvo's detachable
towbar: Make sure that the towbar is
locked before you drive off.
· The red signal pin (see the arrow in the
illustration to the left) should not be
visible!
· Use the key to lock it.
See the description on page 95.
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Towing bracket
Attachment points under
the car
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Distance A above:
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Max. ball pressure:
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Detachable towbar - mounting the ball section
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3
OPEN
OPEN
B
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Remove the connector pin cover.
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Put in the key and turn it clockwise to the
unlocked position.
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Take the towball section and turn the handle
clockwise until it stops.
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LOCKED
PUSH
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Push the part with the ball in until it locks.
RED PIN (B)
NOT VISIBLE!
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Check that the signal pin (B) is pushed in.
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Turn the key anticlockwise to the locked
position and remove it from the lock.
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Detachable towbar - removing the ball section
1
2
OPEN
3
OPEN
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Put in the key and turn it clockwise to
the unlocked position.
4
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Turn the handle clockwise until it stops.
5
LOCKED
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Turn the key anticlockwise to the locked
position and remove it from the lock.
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Refit the connector pin cover as in
the illustration.
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Pull the towball section from
the connector pin.
Wheels and tyres
General about wheels and tyres
Tyre pressures
Wear, Changing wheels, Spare wheel
Changing wheels
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General
General wheels and tyres
New tyres
All tyres have a dimension designation, such as 215/55R16 93W.
Bear in mind that tyres are perishable goods - after a
few years they begin to harden while their friction
properties deteriorate little by little. Try to use fresh
tyres when changing.
This is especially important for winter tyres. The week
and year of manufacture is indicated with 4 digits (e.g.
1502 indicates tyres manufactured week 15, 2002).
These tyre size designations, which are used by all tyre manufacturers,
can be interpreted as follows:
215
section width (mm)
55
relationship between the section height and breadth (%)
R
means radial tyre
16
wheel rim diameter in inches (")
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code digits for maximum permissible tyre load, in this case
650 kg
W
specifies that the tyre is manufactured for speeds up to 270 km/h
(167 mph).
Your car is fully approved, which means that you may not deviate from
those dimensions and performance ratings indicated in the vehicle
registration. The only exception from these regulations concerns winter
tyres and studded tyres, which may have different dimensions and a
different speed rating than indicated in the registration. If you select tyres
with different dimensions, do not drive at speeds faster than those
permitted. The most common speed ratings are indicated in the following
table:
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H
V
W
160 km/h, used most often with studded tyres
190 km/h
210 km/h
240 km/h
270 km/h
Note: maximum permissible speeds indicated.
When you change tyres: be sure to use the same type (radial), dimension,
designation, and brand on all four wheels. Otherwise, there is a risk that
the handling characteristics of the car could change. Check with your
dealer regarding dimensions which are available for your car. Keep in
mind that the road surface can determine how fast you may drive, not the
tyre speed rating.
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We recommend the use of winter tyres, size 195/65 R15 except for cars
with turbo engines. For these cars we recommend tyre size 205/55 R16.
Always use winter tyres on all four wheels!
NOTE: Always consult your Volvo dealer as to which wheel and tyre type
is appropriate for your car.
Studded winter tyres
Studded winter tyres should be run in for 500-1000 kilometres
(300-600 miles), softly and gently so that the studs sit in the tyre correctly.
This extends the service life of both the tyres and the studs while making
the drive a bit quieter. Ensure that the studded tyres have the same direction
of rotation throughout their lifetime. If you wish to shift wheels, see to it
that they remain on the same side as previously.
Please remember: The regulations for using studded tyres vary from
country to country.
Snow chains
Snow chains may only be used on the front wheels.
Because of the limited space in the wheel arch we recommend that you do
not use conventional snowchains. (Conventional snow chains can be used
with 195/65R15 dimension tyres). Volvo-approved snow chains are
available for all recommended standard rim/tyre combinations. Consult
your Volvo dealer.
Tyre pressures
Snow chains and All Wheel Drive (AWD)
On vehicles equipped with All Wheel Drive (AWD), snow chains may only
be fitted to the front wheels. Only use chains adapted for AWD models.
NOTE! You should never drive faster than 50 km/h (30 mph) with snow
chains! Do not drive on bare roads unnecessarily because it wears away both
your snow chains and tyres.
Driving characteristics and tyres
Tyres affect driving characteristics greatly. Tyre type, size and pressure are
important to how the car performs. When you change tyres, be sure to use the
same type, size and brand on all four wheels. Follow the recommendations
regarding tyre pressure.
The tyre pressure is important!
Check the tyre pressure regularly. The correct pressure is listed in the adjacent
table and on the decal on the inside of the fuel filler flap.
If you drive with tyres at the wrong pressure, the car’s handling will be
markedly impaired and tyre wear will increase.
Note that the values in the table refer to cold tyres (outside temperature). Tyres
get warm and pressure increases after just a few kilometres driving. This is
normal, so do not let out air if you check the pressure when the tyres are
warm. However, you should increase pressure if it is too low.
Remember that tyre pressure can vary depending on exterior temperature.
Therefore check the tyres outdoors when the tyres are cold.
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Tyre pressure table
The tyre pressure decal on the inside of the fuel tank filler flap
indicates the tyre pressure your car should have.
WARNING!
The only Volvo approved “special wheel rims” are those tested
by Volvo and are Volvo Genuine parts .
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Wheels and tyres
Tyres with tread wear indicators
Spare wheel “Temporary Spare” (certain markets)
Tread wear indicators are narrow, raised areas
across the tread that have approximately
1.6 mm less tread depth than the remainder of
the tyre (the letters TWI are on the side of the
tyre). When this bar is visible, only 1.6 mm of
tread remains and the tyre should be replaced
immediately. Bear in mind that road grip and
the tyre's ability to push water out of the way is
already affected markedly when there is 3-4 mm
of remaining tread.
The “Temporary Spare” should only be used for the short time it takes to
repair or replace the normal tyre.
By law it is only legal to temporarily use the spare wheel/tyre in
connection with tyre damage. A wheel/tyre of this type should
therefore be replaced by a normal wheel/tyre.
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Bear in mind that this tyre combined with the other normal tyres may
cause different driving characteristics.
The maximum speed with a “Temporary Spare” is therefore
80 km/h (50 mph).
Changing the tyres - summer/winter
When you change between summer and winter tyres; mark on the tyre
which side they were fitted: For example, L = left, R = right.
NOTE! Tyres should have the same direction of rotation throughout their
life. Tyres with tread designs that are made to roll only in one direction,
have the direction of rotation marked with an arrow on the tyre.
If the tyres are fitted incorrectly this will impair the car's braking characteristics and the ability to disperse rain, snow and slush.
IMPORTANT!
Tyres with the greatest tread depth should always - irrespective of
rear or front wheel drive - be fitted at the rear.
Contact your closest Volvo dealer to check if you are unsure.
Storage
Wheels should be stored horizontally or suspended, not vertically.
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NOTE! Only use the car’s original spare wheel! Tyres of other dimensions may damage your car. Only one spare wheel may be used at a time.
Changing wheels
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Remove wheel studs
The spare wheel is stored under the carpet in the cargo compartment.
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Remember to set out the warning triangle.
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Apply the parking brake and put into first gear on cars with manual
transmission - position P on cars with automatic transmission.
Put chocks in front and behind of the wheels that are to remain on the
ground.
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Cars with aluminum rims with a cover: remove the cover using the
socket wrench.
Loosen the wheel nuts 1/2-1 with the socket wrench. The nuts are
loosened by turning anticlockwise.
There are two jacking points on each side of the car. The jacking points
are marked on the door sill trims.
Cars with steel wheel rims have removable wheel covers. Prise off
the wheel cover with a thick screwdriver or the like. If tools are not
available, the wheel cover can be prised off by hand. Use protective
gloves. When you reinstall the wheel covers: ensure that the wheel
cover valve hole is opposite the wheels air valve.
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Changing wheels
WARNING!
· Never crawl under the car when it is raised on a jack!
· The car and the jack should be on a solid horizontal surface.
· The car original jack should be used for wheel changing.
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All other work on the car should be carried out using workshop jacks and axle stands under the part of the car which is
raised.
Apply the parking brake, put into 1st gear or back up (reverse)
on manual transmission and position P on the automatic
transmission.
Put chocks in front of and behind the wheels to remain on the
ground.
Use large wooden blocks or large stones.
The jack screw should be kept well lubricated.
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The jack should be located so
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Hold the jack against the pin in the jacking point as illustrated and
wind down the jack foot so that it is pressed flat against the ground.
Check again that the jack is mounted correctly according to
illustration and that the foot is positioned vertically under
mounting.
Lift the car so that the wheel is free.
Remove the wheel studs and lift off the wheel.
Fitting
· Clean the contract surfaces on the wheel and hub.
· Mount the wheel and tighten the wheel bolts.
· Lower the car so that the wheels cannot rotate. Tighten the wheel
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studs crosswise and in torque steps. Tightening torques: 140 Nm
(14.0 kpm). It is important that they are tightened to the correct
torque. Tightening should be checked with a torque wrench.
Fit the hub cap.
Screw the jack together before returning it to the cargo compartment.
Ensure that the jack and tool kit are properly secured and do not cause
any rattling.
Fuses, bulb replacement
Fuses
Replacing bulbs
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Fuses
All electrical functions and components are
protected with a number of fuses to protect
your car’s electrical system from damage by
short-circuits or overloads.
Fuses are located in three different locations
in the car:
A - Integrated relay/fusebox in engine
compartment.
B - Fusebox in passenger compartment.
C - Integrated relay/fusebox in cargo
compartment.
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If an electrical component or function does not
operate it may be because the component fuse
was temporarily overloaded and burned out.
Look in the fuse diagram to locate the affected
fuse. Pull out the fuse and look at it from the
side to see if the curved wire is burned out.
Replace with a new fuse of the same colour
and ampere designation.
The fuse box in the engine bay contains a
number of spare fuses. There are also pliers to
assist you in pulling out and replacing the fuses.
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If the same fuse burns out repeatedly, there is a
fault in the component, and you should visit
your Volvo workshop to have it checked.
Never change the main fuses in the engine or
cargo compartments yourself.
Fuses in the engine compartment
Fuse pliers
In the fuse box in the engine compartment
there are 8 positions for main fuses and
21 positions for regular fuses. Never change
the main fuses yourself, have this done by an
authorised workshop. If necessary, you can
change the regular fuses yourself. Be sure to
replace a blown fuse with a new one of the
same colour and amperage.
A
Intact fuse
Blown fuse
Fuses in the engine compartment
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No
Ampere rating
1. Parking heater (option) ..................................................................... 25
2. Auxiliary lamp (option) .................................................................... 20
3. ..............................................................................................................
4. Lambda sonds, engine control module (diesel),
high pressure valve (diesel) .............................................................. 20
5. Crankcase ventilation heater, solenoid valves,
Fuel distributor (Bi-Fuel) ................................................................. 10
6. Mass air flow sensor, engine control module, injectors ................... 15
Mass air flow sensor (diesel) ............................................................. 5
7. Throttle module ................................................................................. 10
8. AC compressor, accelerator position sensor, fan electronic box ..... 10
9. Horn .................................................................................................. 15
10. ..............................................................................................................
11. AC compressor, ignition coils, solenoid valves (diesel) .................. 20
12. Brake light contact .............................................................................. 5
A. Press in the catches on the rear of the box and pull the cover up.
13. Windscreen wiper ............................................................................. 25
14. ABS/STC/DSTC .............................................................................. 30
15. Gas tank valve (Bi-Fuel) .................................................................. 15
16. Washer (windscreen), headlamp cleaner .......................................... 15
17. Dipped beam (right) .......................................................................... 10
18. Dipped beam (left) ............................................................................ 10
19. ABS/STC/DSTC .............................................................................. 30
20. Main beam (left) ............................................................................... 15
21. Main beam (right) ............................................................................. 15
22. Starter motor ..................................................................................... 40
23. Engine control module ........................................................................ 5
24. ..............................................................................................................
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Fuses in the passenger compartment
Fuses are located inside the access panel on the end face of the dashboard. There are also a number of spare fuses.
No
Ampere rating
1. Headlamp (dipped beam), Bi-Xenon (option) ................................ 15
2. Headlamp (main beam) ................................................................... 20
3. Power seat (driver) ......................................................................... 30
4. Power seat (passenger) ................................................................... 30
5. Speed-dependent power steering, vacuum pump ........................... 15
6. Gas tank valve (Bi-Fuel) .................................................................. 5
7. Heated seat (front left) .................................................................... 15
8. Heated seat (front right) .................................................................. 15
9. ABS/STC/DSTC .............................................................................. 5
10. ............................................................................................................
11. ............................................................................................................
12. Headlamp levelling, headlamp wiper .............................................. 15
13. 12 V socket ..................................................................................... 15
14. Power seat (passenger), seatbelt catch (front), CEM ....................... 5
15. Audio, RTI (option) .......................................................................... 5
16. Audio .............................................................................................. 20
17. Audio amplifier ............................................................................... 30
18. Fog lamp (front) ............................................................................. 15
19. RTI display (option) ........................................................................ 10
20. ............................................................................................................
21. Transmission unit 6 cyl, shiftlock, extended D2 feed ................... 10
22. Direction indicator .......................................................................... 20
23. Control unit lights, control unit climate control,
diagnostic socket, control unit steering wheel levers ....................... 5
24. Extended D1 feed: Climate control unit, power seat (driver),
combined instrument panel, parking heater (option) ...................... 10
25. Ignition switch (30 feed), central electronic module,
relay starter motor, engine control module ..................................... 10
26. Fan, climate control unit ................................................................. 30
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1
10
20
30
2
11
21
31
3
12
22
32
4
13
23
33
5
14
24
34
6
15
25
35
7
16
26
36
8
17
27
37
9
18
28
38
19
29
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27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
Active chassis FOUR-C ................................................................ 15
Electronic module (ceiling), interior lighting (ceiling) ................... 10
Telephone (option) ......................................................................... 10
Position/Parking lamp (left, front and rear) .................................. 7.5
Position/Parking lamp (right, front and rear),
numberplate lighting ...................................................................... 7.5
32. Central electronic module, vanity mirror lighting,
power steering, general lighting, glovebox lighting ...................... 10
33. Fuel pump ...................................................................................... 15
34. Sunroof .......................................................................................... 15
35. Central locking, power window (front left) ................................... 25
36. Central locking, power window (front right) ................................. 25
37. Power windows (rear), child safety lock ....................................... 30
38. Alarm siren ....................................................................................... 5
Fuses in the cargo compartment
1
The fuses are located behind the trim on the left-hand side. They are
difficult to access. The main fuses are covered by a lid that is secured
with screws. Main fuses should only be changed by authorized
personnel.
2
Fuse pliers
Intact fuse
3
12
4
13
5
14
6
15
7
16
8
17
9
18
10
11
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Blown fuse
Fuses in the cargo compartment
No
Ampere rating
1. Rear electronic module (REM), lighting (cargo compartment) ...... 10
2. Rear fog lamp ................................................................................. 10
3. Brake light (cars with towbar only) ................................................ 15
4. Reversing lamp ............................................................................... 10
5. Heated rear window, relay 15I feed (rear) ........................................ 5
6. Opening boot lid ............................................................................. 10
7. Lowering head restraint .................................................................. 10
8. Locking rear doors, fuel filler flap .................................................. 15
9. Towing bracket (30 feed) ................................................................ 15
10. CD changer (option), RTI (option) ................................................. 10
11. Electronic module - AEM (option) ................................................. 15
12. ......................................................................................................... -13. ......................................................................................................... -14. ......................................................................................................... -15. Towing bracket (15I feed), Parking Assistance System ................. 20
16. Socket, cargo compartment (option) .............................................. 15
17. Heated fuel filter (diesel), Control module, AWD ......................... 7.5
18. Heated fuel filter (diesel) ................................................................ 15
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Replacing bulbs
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Replacing dipped
and main beam bulbs
(does not apply to Bi-Xenon)
Replace headlamp bulbs from the engine
compartment.
NOTE! Never touch the bulb glass with your
fingers. Grease and oil from your fingers
evaporate in the heat and will leave a deposit
on the reflector, destroying it.
· Switch off all lights and turn ignition key
to position 0!
· Open the bonnet.
· Remove the cover by twisting
anticlockwise (1).
· Pull off the connector (2).
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WARNING!
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Disconnect the spring clamp. First push to
the right so that the spring disconnects and
then out and down (3).
Pull the bulb out and replace with a new
one (4).
Replace the bulb (1). It can only be fitted
in one position.
Press the clamp spring upwards and a little
to the left so that it secures in its catch (2).
Press the connector back into place (3).
Screw the cover back into place; “TOP”
should be upwards (4)!
If your car is equipped with Bi-Xenon
headlamps (option), the bulbs must be
replaced by an authorised Volvo workshop
due to the high voltage.
NOTE! Because Bi-Xenon lamps contain a little
bit of mercury they must be handled correctly.
Consult your Volvo dealer or Volvo workshop.
Replacing bulbs
Lamp
housing
5 W W2.1x9.5d
PY 21 W
Lamp holder
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Replacing front
position/parking lamp bulb*
· Switch off all lights and turn ignition key to
position 0.
Remove the main headlight cover by
turning it anticlockwise.
· Pull out the bulb and its socket. Replace
the bulb.
· Press the bulb and its socket back into
place.
· Check that the new bulb lights.
· Screw the cover back into place; “TOP”
should be up!
* On cars with Bi-Xenon headlamps, these
bulbs sit in the direction indicator lamp housing.
See next column.
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Replacing bulb in front corner
· Switch off all lights and turn ignition key
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to position 0.
Using a screw driver, press the guide lug
and pull out the entire lamp housing.
Press down the spring clip and undo the
connector from the lamp housing.
Twist the bulb holder anticlockwise and
remove it.
Press the bulb inwards, turn it anticlockwise
and remove it from the bulb holder.
Replace with a new bulb and refit the bulb
holder in the lamp housing.
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Press the connector back onto the lamp
holder.
Switch on the ignition and check that the
new bulb lights.
Press the lamp housing home and check
that it is seated securely.
For optimum reliability: Use Volvo
Genuine bulbs!
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Replacing bulbs
1: Position lamp
5W BA15
4: Reversing lamp
21W BA15
3: Position (direction
indicator) lamp bulb
21W PY
2: Position/Parking
lamp/ Fog lamp bulb
21/4W BA15d
5: Position
(side marker) light
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Left-hand rear edge of car
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Replacing bulbs in the rear lamp cluster
All bulbs in the rear lamp cluster can be replaced from inside the cargo
compartment.
· Switch off all lights and turn ignition key to position 0.
· Unlock and fold down the side panel inwards to allow access to the
bulbs. On the right-hand side, it is easier to access the bulbs if you
first extend the load curtain as much as possible.
The bulbs are located in a removable lamp holder which is secured with
two locking pins.
To replace bulbs in the lamp holder:
Press the locking pins towards one another in order to remove
the lamp holder from the lamp housing.
· Replace the bulb.
· Press back the lamp holder.
· Close and secure the side panel.
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NOTE! LED brake light bulbs should be replaced at a Volvo workshop.
For optimum reliability: Use Volvo Genuine bulbs!
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Replacing bulbs
55W H 1
5W W2.1x9.5d
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Replacing front fog lamp bulb
NOTE! Never touch the bulb glass with
your fingers.
· Switch off the lights and turn the ignition
key to position 0.
· Turn the bulb holder a little anticlockwise.
· Remove the bulb and replace with a new.
· Refit the bulb holder. (The profile on the
bulb holder aligns with the profile on the
base of the lamp).
· Replace the bulb holder by turning a little
clockwise. The marking "TOP" on the
headlamp cover should be upwards!
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Replacing side
direction indicator bulb
· Open the front door halfway.
· Insert your hand behind the front wing and
Replacing position/
parking lamp bulb
· Switch off all lights and turn ignition key
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press out the lamp. Allow the cables to
remain in the bulb holder.
Twist the bulb holder 1/4 turn anticlockwise
and pull straight out.
Pull the defective bulb straight out.
Replace the bulb and press the lamp straight
in.
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to position 0.
Remove the main headlight cover by turning
it anticlockwise.
Pull out the bulb and its socket. Replace
the bulb.
Press the bulb and its socket back into place.
Check that the new bulb lights.
Screw the cover back into place; “TOP”
should be up!
For optimum reliability:
Use Volvo Genuine bulbs!
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Replacing bulbs
5W W2.1x9.5d
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5 W SV 8.5
5W W2.1x9.5d
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Replacing numberplate
Replacing courtesy lighting bulb lighting bulb
front door
· Switch off the lights and turn the ignition key The courtesy lighting is under the dashboard on
Replacing courtesy lighting bulb rear door
· Insert a screwdriver and twist lightly so that
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to position 0!
the driver’s and passenger sides. Carry out the
Remove the screw with a screwdriver.
following to replace:
Loosen the whole lamp housing carefully and
pull it out.
· Insert a screwdriver and twist lightly so that
Turn the connector anticlockwise and pull out
the lamp housing loosens.
the bulb.
· Remove the faulty bulb and install a new
Replace bulb.
bulb.
Reinstall the connector and turn it clockwise. · Check that lamp lights and reinstall the
Reinstall and screw the whole lamp housing
lamp housing.
into place.
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the lamp housing loosens.
Undo the cable from the lamp housing and
then remove the glass from the lamp
housing by pressing the two side clips
outward.
Pull out the old bulb and fit a new one.
Refit in the reverse order.
For optimum reliability:
Use Volvo Genuine bulbs!
Replacing bulbs
3W W2.1x9.5d
12V 1.2W
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Insert screwdriver and turn carefully
Replacing side marker bulb
· Press the entire lamp insert backwards and
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remove.
Try if possible to remove the lamp insert
with your fingers. Otherwise, use a plastic
or wooden tool so as not to damage the
paintwork.
Turn the lamp holder anticlockwise and
remove.
Install a new bulb.
Insert the lamp holder and turn it clockwise.
Refit the lamp insert by pressing it into
place in the body.
Replacing the make up-mirror
bulb
· Insert a screwdriver and gently turn so that
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the glass loosens.
Prise out the bulb and replace with a new
one.
Press the lamp glass back into place and
make sure it is secured correctly.
For optimum reliability:
Use Volvo Genuine bulbs!
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Replacing bulbs
5 W SV 8.5
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Replacing bulb in ceiling lighting
with front reading lamps
Replacing bulb in rear
reading lamp
Replacing cargo
compartment bulb
These bulbs are of a special type. We recommend that you ask your Volvo workshop to
replace this bulb.
These bulbs are of a special type. We recommend that you ask your Volvo workshop to
replace this bulb.
The lighting is to the left and right of the boot
lid. Carry out the following to replace:
Replacing high level
brake lamp bulb
These bulbs are of a special type. We recommend that you ask your Volvo workshop to
replace this bulb.
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Insert a screwdriver and twist lightly so that
the lamp housing loosens.
Remove the faulty bulb and install a new
bulb.
Check that the lamp lights and reinstall the
lamp housing.
Car care and Service
Rustproofing
Checking and repairing paintwork damage
Washing
Service
Catalytic exhaust treatment
Environmental care
Bonnet, Engine Compartment
Diesel
Engine oil
Coolant
Brake fluid, Power steering, Windscreen washer fluid
Battery care
Replacing wiper blades
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Rustproofing
Rustproofing - check and repair
Visible rustproofing
Your Volvo received a very thorough and complete rustproofing at the
factory. Areas that are extremely vulnerable, such as the underbody,
have been sprayed with a thick, wear-resistant anti-corrosion compound
on the outside. Members, cavities and enclosed sections are sprayed
internally with a thin, penetrating rust inhibitor.
Periodically check and touch up the “visible” rustproofing. Make good the
rustproofing immediately so that moisture does not have a chance to
penetrate - let your Volvo workshop help you.
The car’s rustproofing is maintained by doing the following:
If you want to repair the rustproofing yourself, make sure the area is clean
and dry. Hose down, wash and dry the car thoroughly. Use a rustproofing
agent in a spray can or one that is intended for brush application.
·
Two types of rustproofing agent are available:
·
Keep the car clean! Wash chassis components*, the underbody,
and the inside and edges of wheel arches with a pressure washer.
When high pressure washing - hold the spray nozzle at least 30 cm
away from painted surfaces!
Check and repair the rustproofing regularly.
* Trailing arms, link arms, spring mountings and spring strut seats.
The car’s rustproofing does not normally require treatment for approximately 8 years. After that time, it should be treated at three year intervals. If
your car requires treatment, consult your Volvo workshop.
a) thin (colourless), for visible places
b) thick, for areas prone to wear on the underbody and in the wheel arches
Possible repair areas with these agents:
· Visible welds and sheet metal joints - thin fluid
· Underbody and wheel arches - thick fluid
· Door hinges - thin fluid
· Bonnet hinges and catch - thin fluid
When you have finished treatment, excess rustproofer can be wiped off
using a rag dampened with white spirit.
Parts of the engine and suspension strut mountings in the engine bay
are treated at the works with a wax-based colourless rustproofing agent.
This withstands normal detergents without dissolving and losing its
rustproofing ability. On the other hand, if you wash the engine using
aromatic solvents such as turpentine or white spirit (especially those
which do not contain emulsifiers), the protective wax should be renewed
after washing. Your Volvo dealer has such waxes in stock.
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Repairing paintwork damage
Paint
Minor stone chips and scratches
Paint is an important part of the car’s rustproofing and should therefore be checked regularly.
Repair paintwork damage immediately so that it
does not start to rust. The most common types
of paintwork damage that you can repair
yourself are:
· minor stone chips and scratches
· damage to wing edges and sills
Material:
· Primer in a can
· Paint in a can or a touch-up pen
· Brush
· Masking tape
· If the stone chip has not gone down to the
bare metal and an unpainted colour coat
remains, you can add paint immediately after
removing dirt.
Do as follows if the stone chip went down to
the bare metal:
· Fasten a piece of masking tape over the
damaged surface. Then remove the tape,
removing any paint residue (illustration 1).
· Stir the primer thoroughly and apply using a
fine brush or matchstick (illustration 2).
· When the primer is dry, apply the surface
coat with a brush.
· Ensure that the paint is well stirred and
apply several thin coats allowing it to dry
between coats.
· The procedure is the same for scratches, but
masking tape can be used to protect
undamaged paintwork (illustration 3).
· Wait a day or so and then finish the repair by
polishing. Use a soft rag and apply lapping
paste sparingly.
When repairing paintwork, the car should
be clean and dry with a temperature above
+ 15°C.
Colour code
Make sure you have the right colour.
The colour code number is on the data plate in
the engine compartment.
VOLVO CAR CORP.
MADE IN
SWEDEN
KG
KG
1.
KG
2.
KG
0300048A
Colour code
Remove any paint residue with tape
8100503A
Mask if necessary
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Washing
Wash the car frequently!
Wash the car as soon as it becomes dirty, especially in the winter when
road salt and moisture can lead to corrosion.
Wash the car as follows:
· Thoroughly hose off the dirt on the car underbody (wheel arches,
wing edges, etc.).
· Rinse the whole car until the dirt has softened.
· When using high pressure hose:
Ensure that the high pressure hose nozzle does not come nearer
than 30 cm from the bodywork. Do not spray directly at the locks.
· Wash with a sponge using a lot of water with or without detergent.
· You can use lukewarm (maximum 35 °C) but not hot water.
· If the dirt is ingrained, you can wash the car with cold degreasing
agent, but then be sure that there is a drain separator where you are
washing the car. When using cold degreasing agent, ensure that the car
is not in direct sunlight or that the paint is warm from sunlight
or a warm engine. Sunlight and heat can cause permanent damage.
Consult your Volvo workshop.
· Dry the car with a clean, soft chamois.
· Clean the wiper blades with a lukewarm soap solution.
Suitable detergent:
Car shampoo.
Keep in mind the following:
Always wash off bird droppings from the paintwork as fast as possible.
Bird droppings contain chemicals that affect and discolour paintwork
quickly. The discoloration cannot be polished off.
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WARNING!
After washing: always test the braking so that damp and
corrosion do not affect the brake pads and impair the brakes!
Depress the brake pedal lightly now and again when driving
longer distances in the rain or slushy snow to warm up and dry
the brake discs and pads. You should also do this when starting
in very damp or cold weather conditions.
WARNING!
Do not wash the engine when it is still warm. Fire risk!
Washing
Automatic car wash
Cleaning the upholstery
An automatic car wash is a simple and fast way of washing the car.
Remember that an automatic car wash can never replace a proper handwash.
The brushes of an automatic car wash do not reach all areas.
During the first months of the car’s life it is recommended that you only
handwash the car.
Treating marks on fabric
A special cleaning agent available at your Volvo dealer is recommended
when cleaning fabric upholstery. Other chemicals can impair the fire
retardant qualities of the upholstery.
Polishing and waxing
Polish and wax the car when you feel the paintwork is matte and when
you wish to give the paintwork extra protection, such as before winter.
The car does not usually need polishing until after one year. It can be
waxed earlier.
Wash and dry the car thoroughly before you begin polishing and/or
waxing. Clean of asphalt and tar stains with white spirit. More stubborn
marks can be removed with fine rubbing paste designed for paintwork.
Polish first with a polish and then wax with fluid or solid wax.
Carefully follow the instructions on the package. Many preparations
contain both polish and wax.
Do not polish or wax surfaces warmer than 45 °C.
Treating marks on vinyl
Never scrape or rub a mark. Never use strong stain remover. Wash with a
weak soap solution and lukewarm water.
Treating marks on leather
A special cleaning agent available at your Volvo dealer is recommended
when cleaning leather upholstery.
Use the Volvo leather care kit once or twice a year to preserve suppleness
and comfort.
Never use strong detergent, petrol, alcohol, white spirit, etc. as such
strong substances can damage fabric, vinyl and leather upholstery.
Cleaning seat belts
Use water and synthetic detergent.
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Volvo Service
Volvo Service
Adverse driving conditions
Before the car left the factory, it was thoroughly test driven. It was
checked again in accordance with Volvo Car Corporation regulations
before it was handed over to you.
Change engine oil and replace air and oil filters more often than recommended in the Service and Warranty Booklet when driving in adverse
conditions.
Adverse driving conditions include:
Volvo service programme
In order for you to keep your Volvo at the highest level of traffic safety,
driving safety and reliability you should follow the Volvo service
programme which is specified in the Warranty and Service schedule.
We advise you always to let a Volvo workshop carry out the servicing
and repair work. Your Volvo workshop has the personnel, the special
tools and the service literature which guarantees you the highest quality
of service. Your Volvo workshop always uses Volvo Genuine parts.
The Volvo Service schedule is developed for the normal motorist.
Important!
For the Volvo warranty to apply, check and follow the instructions
in the Service and Warranty Manual.
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· Prolonged driving in dusty/sandy conditions
·
·
·
·
·
Prolonged driving with caravan or trailer
Prolonged driving in mountainous areas
Prolonged driving at high speeds
Prolonged idling and/or driving at low speeds
Driving in low temperatures - below 0°C - along shorter distances;
less than 10 km.
Volvo Service
WARNING!
The car ignition system has very high voltage!
The voltage in the ignition system is dangerous!
Do not touch spark plugs, ignition cables or the ignition coil when
the engine is running or the ignition is switched on!
The ignition should be switched off when:
· Conducting engine tests.
· Replacing parts in the ignition system, such as spark plugs,
ignition coil, distributor, ignition cables, etc.
Note the following before you begin
working on your car:
Battery
· Ensure that the battery cables are correctly connected and tightened.
· Never disconnect the battery when the engine is running (e.g. when
replacing the battery).
· Never use a fast charger to charge the battery. The battery cables
should be disconnected when recharging.
Environmental care
The battery contains acid that is both corrosive and poisonous.
It is important that the battery is handled in an environmentally friendly
way. Let your Volvo dealer assist you.
7700243d
Lifting the car
If the car is lifted with a workshop jack, it should sit with the front edge
on the engine support arm. Do not damage the splashguard under the
engine. Ensure that the jack is positioned so that the car cannot slide off
the jack. Always use axle stands or the like.
If you lift the car using a two pillar workshop lift, ensure that the front and
rear lift arms are fixed under the lifting points on the door sill.
See the illustration.
121
Catalytic exhaust treatment
Catalytic converter
The catalytic converter is an additional part
of the exhaust system. Its purpose is to purify
exhaust. The converter primarily consists of
a housing with two monoliths that are designed
so that the exhaust gases pass through a
honeycomb of channels. The channel walls
are lined with a thin layer of platinum, rhodium
and palladium. These metals act as catalysts, i.e.
they participate in and accelerate a chemical
reaction without being used up themselves.
Lambda-sond TM (oxygen sensor,
petrol engines only)
The lambda sensor is part of a management
system intended to reduce emissions and
improve fuel economy. An oxygen sensor
monitors the oxygen content of the exhaust
gases leaving the engine. These values are fed
into an electronic system that continuously
controls the injectors. The ratio of air to fuel is
continuously adjusted. These adjustments create
optimal conditions for efficient
combustion, and together with the three-way
catalytic converter reduce harmful emissions
(hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and nitrous
oxides).
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2501092e
NOTE!
Cars with petrol engines must only be run
on unleaded petrol. Leaded petrol damages
the catalytic converter.
Environmental care, Fuel consumption and emissions
Environmental care
Fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions
There are many examples of environmental care within the Volvo
field of activity. We use a chlorine-free refrigerant in our climate
control systems that is harmless to the ozone layer and contributes
very little to the greenhouse effect. Asbestos-free brakes, engines
with catalytic converters and biogas operation are other examples
of what Volvo Car Corporation is doing for the environment.
Our specific services are also of importance to the environment,
such as using Volvo Genuine parts, maintaining ignition and fuel
systems, and other measures that directly reduce exhaust emission.
We would also like to point out the care taken by our Volvo
workshops in regards to handling environmentally dangerous
substances.
Engines
Gearbox
B5204T5
Manual
Automatic
9.4
10.4
223
246
B5244S
Manual
Automatic
9.0 - 9.1
9.7 - 9.8
214 - 217
232 - 235
B5244S2
(170 bhp)
Manual
Automatic
8.9 - 9.0
9.6 - 9.7
212 - 215
229 - 232
B2524T2 FWD Manual
(2.5T)
Automatic
AWD Automatic
9.3
10.0
10.5 - 10.7
222
239
252 -256
B6294S2
Automatic
10.6 - 10.9
255 - 259
B6294T
(T)
Automatic
11.1 - 11.3
268 - 272
D5244T
(D5)
Manual
Automatic
6.5
7.7 - 7.8
172
204 - 207
D5244T2
(2.4D)
Manual
Automatic
6.5
7.7 - 7.8
171
204 - 207
Fuel cons.
litre/100 km
Carbon dioxide mission
emission (CO²) g/km
Official fuel consumption figures are based on a standard driving cycle;
EU directive 80/1268 comb.
Fuel consumption figures can be altered if the car is equipped with extra
options which affect car weight. The manner in which the car is driven and
other non-technical factors can affect fuel consumption
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Bonnet, Engine compartment - left-hand drive
Pull the handle...
8200092d
2000305d
...press up and open
Opening the bonnet
Engine compartment
Pull the handle on the far left under the
dashboard. You hear when the lock releases.
Insert the hand in the centre of the front edge
of the bonnet and press up the safety catch
handle. Open the bonnet.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Expansion tank, cooling system
Engine oil filler pipe
Engine oil dipstick
Clutch/brake fluid reservoir
Battery (in cargo compartment)
Data plate
7
8
9
10
11
12
Radiator
Power steering fluid reservoir
Air filter
Washer fluid reservoir
Main fuse box
Integrated relay/fuse box
WARNING!
WARNING!
Check that the bonnet lock
properly when you close it!
124
Electric engine cooling fan:
Cooling fan may continue running and
can start itself after the engine is switched
off!
Bonnet, Engine compartment - right-hand drive
Pull the handle...
8200095d
2000306d
...press up and open
Opening the bonnet
Engine compartment
Pull the handle on the far right under the
dashboard. You hear when the lock releases.
Insert the hand in the centre of the front edge of
the bonnet and press up the safety catch handle.
Open the bonnet.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Expansion tank, cooling system
Engine oil filler pipe
Engine oil dipstick
Clutch/brake fluid reservoir
Battery (in cargo compartment)
Data plate
7
8
9
10
11
12
Radiator
Power steering fluid reservoir
Air filter
Washer fluid reservoir
Main fuse box
Integrated relay/fuse box
WARNING!
WARNING!
Check that the bonnet locks properly
when you close it!
Electric engine cooling fan:
Cooling fan may continue running
and can start itself after the engine
is switched off!
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Diesel
Fuel system
Draining condensation water from fuel filter
Diesel engines are very sensitive to contamination. Only use diesel fuel
from well known oil companies. Never use diesel of doubtful quality.
The major oil companies can also offer a special diesel fuel for winter use.
This fuel is much thinner when the temperature is low, which reduces the
risk of waxing in the fuel system.
The risk of condensation in the fuel tank is less if it is kept rather full.
The fuel filter removes condensation, which could otherwise affect engine
function, from the fuel. The fuel filter should be drained as specified in
the Service and Warranty Book, and when you suspect that the car has
been filled with contaminated fuel.
During filling you should check that the area around the filler pipe is
clean. If you do the refuelling from a tank of your own, you should
filter the fuel.
Avoid spilling onto the paintwork. Wash off any spills with detergent and
water.
Empty tank
No special procedures are required if the tank runs dry. The fuel system is
bled automatically.
RME (Rape Methyl Ester)
·
5% RME may be added to diesel.
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Engine oil
Oil grade:
Petrol engines: ACEA A1 ACEA A3 grade oil can also be used.
Note that the same oil can comply with both ACEA A1 and ACEA B1,
regardless of whether it is a mineral, semi-synthetic or fully synthetic oil.
Diesel engines: ACEA B4
Note that the same oil can comply with ACEA A3, ACEA B3 and
ACEA B4, regardless of whether it is a mineral, semi-synthetic or fully
synthetic oil.
Do not use extra additives. These can damage the engine.
Castrols® fully synthetic engine oil is recommended for turbocharged
petrol and diesel engines.
Volvo recommends Castrol® oil products.
Changing the oil and oil filter
Your Service and Warranty Manuals contain instructions regarding
suitable intervals for changing oil and oil filters.
Shorter intervals are recommended for driving in adverse conditions*.
*: see page 120
Viscosity (assumes constant air temperature)
For extreme driving conditions that produce abnormally high oil temperatures or oil consumption, such as driving in mountainous terrain with a
great deal of engine braking or high-speed motorway driving, oil grade
ACEA A3 (petrol engines) is recommended.
* Oils with viscosity 0W-30 and 0W-40 must fulfil the requirements of
ACEA A3 (petrol engines).
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Engine oil
Check engine oil regularly when refuelling
Coolant
Volvo recommends that the oil level be checked every 2 500 km
(1 550 miles). This is especially important during the period up to the
first scheduled oil change.Park the car on a level surface and wait at
least five minutes after turning off the engine so that the oil can run
back to the oil sump.
The most accurate measurement is made on a cold engine before
starting.
Wipe dipstick before check.
The oil level should fall within the markings on the dipstick.
The distance between MAX and MIN on the dipstick corresponds
to approx. 1.5 litres for petrol engines and 2 litres for diesel engines.
Never top up with ordinary water only! Use a mixture of half water, half
Volvo coolant all year round.
If the level is at MIN: Fill with...
...cold engine
1.0 litres
...warm engine 0.5 litres
MIN
MAX
NOTE! Certain engine components are manufactured of an aluminium
alloy and it is therefore important that Volvo coolant is always used.
It has especially good anti-corrosion properties! When the car is new it is
filled with engine coolant to withstand approximately –35°C.
Check coolant regularly!
The level should lie between the MIN and MAX marks on the expansion
tank. Top up the coolant if the level falls below the MIN mark.
If you need to top up the coolant when the engine is warm, unscrew
the expansion tank cap slowly so that the overpressure dissipates.
NOTE! The engine must only be run with a well-filled cooling system.
If the system is not well filled, high temperatures can occur, causing a
risk of cracks in the cylinder head.
Let your Volvo dealer help you.
Approx. 1.5 litres for petrol engines
Approx. 2.0 litres for diesel engines
WARNING!
WARNING!
Do not spill oil on the hot exhaust pipe.
Fire risk!
If you need to top up the coolant when the engine is warm,
unscrew the expansion tank cap slowly so that the overpressure
dissipates.
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Brake fluid, Power steering, Windscreen washer fluid
5200380d
Power steering
Clutch and brake fluid reservoir
The level should lie between the MIN and
MAX marks.
Oil grade: Power steering fluid of type
Pentosin CHF 11S or the like.
Check level at every service. Replacing the oil
is not necessary.
Position: In engine compartment, see
pages 124-125.
The brake and clutch have the same reservoir.
The level should lie between the MIN and
MAX marks.
Fluid type: Brake fluid DOT 4+.
Check level regularly
Change the fluid every other year or at every
other regular service interval.
Position: In engine compartment, see
pages 124-125.
NOTE! If a fault occurs in the power steering
(or if the car has no power and is to be towed)
the car can still be steered. Remember that the
steering will be much heavier than normal and
more strength is required to turn the steering
wheel.
NOTE! The fluid should be changed annually
on cars which drive in conditions requiring
hard and frequent braking, driving in mountains
or tropical climates with high humidity.
Replacement is not part of a service schedule
but should be carried out in conjunction with
a service at the Volvo workshop.
3601948d
Washer fluid reservoir
Washer fluid reservoir
The wipers for the windscreen and headlamps
share the same fluid reservoir. It is located
under the bonnet and has a capacity of 4.5 litres.
Use washer fluid during the winter so that the
fluid does not freeze in the pump, reservoir
and hoses.
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Battery care
·
·
·
·
If necessary: fill the battery with water to
the maximum level in the battery.
NOTE! Do not fill above the maximum
mark (A).
Do not use normal tapwater. Use distilled or
deionized water (battery water).
If you wish to charge your battery for any
reason, you must check the fluid level
after charging and top up with water as
needed.
Ensure that the plugs are tight.
NOTE! The number of times the battery is run
flat negatively affects its service life.
3100063d
WARNING!
· Remember that the battery contain
Battery
The function and life of the battery are affected
by driving conditions, driving style, number of
starts, climate conditions, etc. For the battery to
function satisfactorily, you should consider the
following:
· Regularly check that the battery fluid level is
correct (A).
· Check all battery cells. Use a screwdriver to
remove the cover. A flashlight is useful for
checking the fluid level. Each cell has
a maximum mark (A).
·
oxyhydrogen, which is highly
explosive. An open flame or smoking
new the battery is enough to cause the
battery to explode and cause you
injury and/or damage the car.
The battery also contains sulphuric
acid, which can cause serious
corrosive damage. If the acid comes
into contact with your eyes, skin or
clothes, flush with large quantities of
water. If acid splashes into your eyes
contact a doctor immediately.
Symbols:
Use protective goggles.
Further information in the
owner’s manual.
Store the battery out of the
reach of children.
The battery contains
corrosive acid.
Avoid sparks and open
flames.
Risk of explosion.
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Battery care
· Undo the nut from the lower bracket and
·
·
·
·
A
·
·
B
Replacing the battery
A. Battery without cover (see illustration)
· Check that the ignition is switched off.
· Wait at least 10 minutes before touching
any electrical terminals (so that the information in the car's electrical system can be
stored in the different control modules).
· Undo the bolts from the lock brace over the
battery and remove the brace.
· Disconnect the negative lead first.
· Fold up the plastic cover over the positive
terminal of the battery.
· Disconnect the positive lead and remove the
plastic cover from the positive terminal.
· Detach the oxyhydrogen gas evacuation
hose from the battery.
·
remove the bracket.
Lift out the old battery.
Put the new battery in place.
Fit the lower bracket and tighten the nut.
Press the plastic cover of the positive
battery terminal in place and connect the
positive lead.
Fold down the plastic cover over the
positive terminal and then connect the
negative lead.
Make sure the evacuation hose is correctly
connected to both the battery and the outlet
in the bodywork.
Fit the lock brace over the battery and
tighten the bolts.
Important!
Repeated use of the parking heater and other
great power consumers in combination with
short trips can lead to battery discharge and
thereby difficulty starting.
If great power consumers are used regularly,
the car should be driven for the same amount
of time as these consumers were connected
in order to ensure that the generator is able to
produce enough energy to compensate for
the amount consumed.
B. Battery with cover (see illustration)
Once you have unscrewed the bracket and the
cover from over the battery, remove the battery
as described in version A.
WARNING!
Oxyhydrogen gas evacuation
The battery can develop oxyhydrogen gas,
which is extremely explosive. To prevent
oxyhydrogen gas from remaining in the cargo
compartment, there is an evacuation hose that
leads any oxyhydrogen gas from the battery
out into the fresh air. If the battery must be
replaced for some reason, make certain that
the evacuation hose is connected to the new
battery and it is run downwards to its intended
outlet in the bodywork.
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Replacing wiper blades
Long
Short
3602076D
3603056d
3602075D
Replacing 'flatblade' windscreen
wiper blades
Replacing windscreen wipers of
traditional type
•
•
•
•
Fold out the wiper arm and hold the wiper
blade.
Push in the ribbed locking springs on the
wiper blade while lifting it from the arm
extension.
Install the new blade following the instructions in reverse order and check that the
blade is properly secured.
NOTE! Keep in mind that the wiper blade on
the driver's side is longer than the blade on the
passenger side.
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•
•
•
Fold out the wiper arm and hold the wiper
blade at 45° to the wiper arm. Press in the
spring on the wiper blade.
Press the entire wiper blade down so that
the wiper arm eye passes through the hold
in the wiper blade mounting.
Then pull the blade up so that the wiper
arm eye passes beside the wiper blade
mounting.
Install the new blade in reverse order and
check that it is securely in place.
Replacing headlamp wiper
•
•
•
•
Fold the wiper arm forward.
Remove the wiper blade outwards.
Press new wiper blade into position.
Check that it is properly secured!
Specifications
Type designation
Weights and measurements, Capacities
Lubricants, Fluids, Oils
Power transmission
Electrical system
Engine
134
135
136
137
138
139
133
Specifications
Type designation
When contacting your Volvo dealer about your
car and when ordering spare parts and accessories, it makes things easier if you know your
car’s type designation, vehicle identification
number and engine number.
B5254S
1234567
1 Type, model year designation and
vehicle identification number
Stamped in the engine compartment beneath
the windscreen.
2 Type designation, vehicle identification
number, permitted weights and codes
for paint and upholstery and type
approval number.
Plate on the wing liner behind the left-hand
headlamp.
3 Engine type designation, component
and serial number
On the top side of the cylinder block.
YV1LS5502N2000327
0300169d
VOLVOCARCORP.
P1208632
M56L
AISIN AW
MADE
CO
LTD
INJAPAN
50-42LE
4 Gearbox type designation, and serial
number
a: Manual gearbox: on the front side
b: Automatic gearbox (AW55-50): on the
upper side
c: Automatic gearbox (GM4T65EV): on the
rear side
134
KG
SERIALNO
T100001
3,77
KG
1.
KG
2.
KG
MADEIN
SWEDEN
Weights and measurements, Capacities
Capacities
Weights and measurements
Length ................................................................
Width .................................................................
Height ................................................................
Wheelbase ..........................................................
Front track .........................................................
Rear track ..........................................................
Fuel tank ............................................................................... 70/80 litres*
Engine oil (incl. filter change)**
B5204T5
............................................................ approx. 5.5 litres
B5234T7
............................................................ approx. 5.5 litres
B5244S
(170 bhp) ............................................ approx. 5.5 litres
B5244S2 (140 bhp) ............................................ approx. 5.5 litres
B5254T2 2.5T .................................................... approx. 5.5 litres
B6294S2
............................................................ approx. 6.5 litres
B6294T
T .......................................................... approx. 6.5 litres
D5244T
D5 ....................................................... approx. 7.0 litres
D5244T2 2.4D .................................................... approx. 7.0 litres
Transmission oil
Manual ................................................................................. 2.1 litres
Automatic ............................................................................. 7.2 litres
Geartronic ............................................................................. 7.5 litres
482 cm
183 cm
145 cm
279 cm
158 cm
156 cm
Permissible weight (excluding driver) = Total weight-kerb weight
Chassis data plate with weight specification on the plate in the
engine compartment
VOLVO CAR CORP.
MADE IN
SWEDEN
1. Max. total weight
KG
2. Max. train weight (car+trailer)
KG
1.
KG
2.
KG
3. Max. front axle load
1
2
3
4
0300047A
4. Max rear axle load Max load, see registration papers
Max roof load ................................................................................ 100 kg
Maximum trailer weight ............................................................. 1800 kg
Power steering ............................................................................ 0.9 litres
Windscreen washer reservoir ..................................................... 4.5 litres
Brake and clutch fluid ................................................................. 0.6 litres
Air conditioning (A/C) system .............................................. 1000 grams
* Cars with 6-cylinder engines and all turbo models come with an 80 litre
tank.
**: To verify which engine is in the car - see the type designation stamped
into the engine compartment (previous page, point 3).
Important!
After changing the oil, use the dipstick to check that the engine has the
correct amount of oil. Warm up the engine and then check the oil a few
minutes after the engine is switched off.
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Lubricants, Fluids, Oils
Engine
Power steering
Petrol engines: ACEA A1
ACEA A3 grade oil can also be used.
Note that the same oil can comply with both ACEA A1 and ACEA B1,
regardless of whether it is a mineral, semi-synthetic or fully synthetic oil
Oil grade: Power steering fluid of type Pentosin CHF 11S or the like.
Diesel engines: ACEA B4
Note that the same oil can comply with ACEA A3, ACEA B3 and
ACEA B4, regardless of whether it is a mineral, semi-synthetic or fully
synthetic oil.
Do not use extra additives. These can damage the engine.
Volvo fully synthetic engine oil is recommended for turbocharged petrol
and diesel engines.
Volume: approx. 0.9 litre
Brake fluid
Fluid type: Brake fluid DOT 4+
Volume: approx. 0.6 litre
Important!
If in doubt about the correct oil grade - contact a Volvo workshop.
Cooling system
Viscosity (assumes constant air temperature)
For extreme driving conditions that produce abnormally high oil temperatures or oil consumption, such as driving in mountainous terrain with
a great deal of engine braking or high-speed motorway driving, oil grade
ACEA A3 (petrol engines) is recommended.
NOTE! Oils with viscosity 0W-30 and 0W-40 must fulfil the requirements of ACEA A3 (petrol engines).
Closed, overpressure
Petrol 5-cyl without turbo
Petrol 5-cyl with turbo
Petrol 6-cyl without turbo
Petrol 6-cyl with turbo
Diesel
The thermostat starts to open at 90ºC
Refrigerant
Gearbox
Oil grade:
Manual:
Use only Volvo's synthetic gearbox oil.
Automatic:
Only Volvo's gearbox oil part no 1161540-8.
Do not mix with any other oil.
Geartronic:
Volvo's synthetic gearbox oil. (Oil that complies
with the requirement specification for
Dexron(r)-IIIG).
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Type:
Volume:
Type:
R 134a
Oil:
PAG P/N=1161627-3
approx. 8.0 litres
approx. 9.0 litres
approx. 9.0 litres
approx. 9.5 litres
approx. 12.5 litres
Power transmission
Fuel
Power transmission - Automatic gearbox
Standard
DIN 51600
The engine can be run with octane ratings of 91, 95 and 98 RON.
· 98 RON is recommended for maximum effect and minimum fuel
consumption.
· 95 RON can be used for normal driving.
· 91 RON should only be used as an exception. However, the engine
will not be damaged by this fuel grade.
Electronically controlled automatic gearbox with five gears. Consists of
a hydraulic torque converter and planetary gears.
Diesel
Standard
SS-EN 590
Rear suspension
Independent suspension with individually sprung wheels with shock
absorbers. The suspension consists of rear-facing trailer arms, upper
and lower control arms, track rods and anti-roll bar.
Front end
McPherson type spring strut. Unitary construction of shock absorbers
and spring. Rack and pinion steering. Safety type steering shaft.
The values apply to an unladen car with full tank, coolant and spare wheel.
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Electrical system
Electrical system
12-volt system with voltage regulated alternating current generator. Single
pole system in which the chassis and engine block are used as conductors.
The negative pole is connected to the chassis.
Battery
Voltage
12V
Cold start capacity (CCA) 520 A/30 s
Reserve capacity (RC)
90 min/25A
12V
12V (Diesel)
600 A/30 s
800 A*
115 min/25A 115 min/25A
If you must replace your battery, be sure to replace it with a battery of
the same cold start capacity and reserve capacity as the original
(See the decal on the battery).
Generator max current
Starter motor, power
140A
1.4 kW
1.7 kW
2.2 kW
* Cars with a parking heater are also equipped with an 800A battery.
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Bulbs
Headlamps
Bi-Xenon headlamp (option)
Fog lamps
Position lamps, front
Direction indicators, front (yellow)
rear (yellow)
side (yellow)
Position lamps, rear
Reversing lamp
Fog lamp, rear
Numberplate lighting
Courtesy lighting, rear
Courtesy lighting, front
Cargo compartment lighting
Glovebox lighting
Vanity mirror
Ashtray, rear
Side marker lamp
Position (side marker) light
Output
55W
35W
55W
5W
21W
21W
5W
5W
21W
21W
5W
5W
5W
5W
3W
1.2W
1.2W
3W
5W
Base
H7
D2R
H1
W 2.1x9.5 d
PY
PY
W 2.1x9.5 d
BA 15
BA 15
BA 15
W 2.1x9.5 d
W 2.1x9.5 d
SV 8.5
SV 8.5
BA 9
SV 5.5
W 2x4.6 d
W 2.1x9.5 d
W 2.1x9.5 d
Engine specifications
Engine
B5204T5*
B5234T7*
B5244S*
(170 bhp)
B5244S2*
(140 bhp)
B5254T2*
B6294S2*
2.5T FWD/AWD
Output** [kW/rps]
[bhp/rpm]
Torque**
[Nm/rps]
[kpm/rpm]
No. of cylinders
Bore [mm]
Stroke [mm]
Cylinder displacement [dm³ (l)]
Compression ratio
Spark plugs
Electrode gap [mm]
Tightening torque [Nm]
132/88
180/5300
240/37-88
24.5/2200-5300
5
81
77
1.98
9.5:1
147/83
200/5000
285/33-83
29.1/2000-5000
5
81
90
2.32
8.5:1
125/100
170/6000
225/75
23.0/4500
5
83
90
2.44
10.3:1
103/75
140/4500
220/55
22.5/3300
5
83
90
2.44
10.3:1
154/83
210/5000
320/25-75
32.6/1500-4500
5
83
93.2
2.52
9.0:1
144/87
196/5200
280/65
28.6/3900
6
83
90
2,92
10.5:1
0.7-0.8
30
0.7-0.8
30
1.2
30
1.2
30
0.7-0.8
30
1.2
30
To verify which engine is in the car - see the type designation stamped into the engine compartment
(Type designations - page 134, point 3).
* The engine can be driven with the octane ratings 91, 95, and 98 RON.
· 98 RON is recommended for maximum effect and minimum fuel consumption.
· 95 RON can be used for normal driving.
· 91 RON should only be used as an exception. However, the engine will not be damaged by this fuel grade.
**: Output and torque as per testing standard EU 80/1269. For petrol engines, 98 octane is used for this test.
Fill with correct petrol
You car has a catalytic converter and may only be driven using
unleaded petrol. Otherwise, the catalytic converter could be damaged.
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Engine specifications
Engine
B6294T*
T6
D5244T
D5
D5244T2
2.4D
B5244SG
CNG (gas)
B5244SG2
LPG (gas)
Output** [kW/rps]
[bhp/rpm]
Torque**
[Nm/rps]
[kpm/rpm]
No. of cylinders
Bore [mm]
Stroke [mm]
Cylinder displacement [dm³ (l)]
Compression ratio
Spark plugs
Electrode gap [mm]
Tightening torque [Nm]
200/87
272/5200
380/30-83
38.8/1800-5000
6
83
90
2.92
8.5:1
120/67
163/4000
340/29-50
34.7/1750-3000
5
81
93.2
2.40
18.0:1
96/67
130/4000
280/29-50
28.6/1750-3000
5
81
93.2
2.40
18.0:1
103/97
140/5800
192/75
19.6/4500
5
83
90
2.44
10.3:1
103/85
140/5100
214/75
21.8/4500
5
83
90
2.44
10.3:1
0.7-0.8
30
-
-
1.2
30
1.2
30
* The engine can be run with octane ratings of 91, 95 and 98 RON.
98 RON is recommended for maximum effect and minimum fuel consumption.
95 RON can be used for normal driving.
91 RON should only be used as an exception. However, the engine will not be damaged by this fuel
grade.
·
·
·
**: Output and torque as per testing standard EU 80/1269. For petrol engines, 98 octane is used for this test.
Fill with correct petrol
You car has a catalytic converter and may only be driven using
unleaded petrol. Otherwise, the catalytic converter could be damaged.
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Audio
Overview HU-401
Overview HU-601
Overview HU-801
Radio functions
Cassette deck
CD player
Dolby Surround Pro Logic
Technical data - Audio
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143
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145
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Audio system HU-401
DOLBYBNR
HU-403
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1.
2.
3.
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On/Off - press
Volume - turn
Selector knob:
Stored radio stations
CD changer (option)
Selector knob for:
Radio - FM, AM
Cassette
CD changer (option)
TV (option)
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Fader - press and turn
Balance - press, pull and turn
Radio - station seek up/down
Cassette - select next/previous track
Radio - manual station selection
Cassette - fast forward/rewind
Display
Programme type
News /Radio text
10. Traffic information
11. Automatic station pre-setting
12. Bass - press and turn
Treble - press, pull and turn
13. Tape direction selector
14. Cassette opening
15. Cassette eject
Audio system HU-601
COMPACT
DIGITALAUDIO
DOLBYBNR
HU-603
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1.
2.
3.
On/off (press)
Volume (turn)
Selector knob:
Stored radio stations
CD changer (option)
Selector knob:
Radio
Cassette
CD
CD changer (option)
TV (option)
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Fader - press and turn
Balance - press, pull and turn
Radio - station seek up/down
Cassette - selecting next/previous track
CD - selecting next/previous track
Radio - manual station selection
Cassette - fast forward/rewind
CD - fast forward/rewind
CD eject
CD opening
CD random
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Programme type
News/Radio text
Traffic information
Automatic station pre-setting
Bass - press and turn
Treble - press, pull and turn
Tape direction selector
Cassette opening
Cassette eject
Display
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Audio system HU-801
DOLBYSURROUND
COMPACT
DIGITALAUDIO
HU-803
3903065m
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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On/off (press)
Volume (turn)
Bass - press and turn
Treble - press, pull and turn
Fader - press and turn
Balance - press, pull and turn
Centre volume - press and turn
Output volume - press, pull and turn
Selector knob for:
Stored radio stations
Internal CD changer
External CD changer (option)
6.
7.
8.
9.
Selector knob for:
Radio
CD
CD changer (option)
TV (option)
Radio - station seek up/down
CD - selecting next/previous track
Radio - manual station selection
CD - fast forward/rewind
CD eject
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Dolby Pro Logic
2-channel stereo
3-channel stereo
CD opening
CD random
Programme type
News
Traffic information
Automatic station pre-setting
Display
Radio functions
Volume control - TP/PTY/NEWS
If a cassette or a CD is playing when the radio
receives traffic information, news, or a selected
programme type, the function is interrupted,
and the message will be heard
at the pre-set volume for traffic information,
news or programme type. Volume is adjusted
with the volume control.
The unit will thereafter return to the previously
set volume and continue playing the cassette or
the CD.
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On/Off switch
Press button to switch the radio on or off.
Volume control
Turn the knob clockwise to increase volume.
Volume control is electronic and does not have
an end stop. If you have a keypad in the steering
wheel, increase or decrease volume with the +
or - buttons.
Volume control for integrated
telephone (option)
If the telephone should ring while the radio is
playing, the volume automatically lowers while
the call is taken. When the conversation is
concluded volume will return to its previous set
level. The volume can also be adjusted during
the call so that the new volume level is kept
after the call. When in active mode, telephone
information is always shown in the display.
This function only applies to the Volvo
integrated telephone system.
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Bass
Set the bass by pressing out the button and
turning to right or left. In the centre position the
volume is “normalised”. Press the button back
to original position after setting.
Treble
Set the treble by pressing out the button, pull it
further out and turn it left or right. In the centre
position the volume is “normalised”. Press the
button back to original position after setting.
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Fader - Balance front/rear
Wavelength selector
Scanning
Set a suitable balance between the front and
rear loudspeakers by pressing out the button
and then turning it to the right (sound to front)
or to the left (sound to the rear). Centre
position means that the balance is “normalised”. Press the button back to its original
position after setting.
Turn SOURCE knob to select FM or AM.
The station and wavelength are displayed.
You can also select cassette deck, CD or CD
changer, if connected, with this knob.
Press the SOURCE knob to start scanning.
When the radio finds a station, it stops scanning
for a few seconds. It then resumes scanning.
When it has found a station you wish to listen
to, press the SOURCE knob.
If the audio system is in cassette mode
(HU-401, 601), each track is played for a few
seconds.
If the system is in CD mode (HU-601/801),
each track will be played for a number of
seconds.
When it has found a song or track to which you
wish to listen, press the SOURCE knob.
Balance right/left
Set the balance by pressing, pulling out the
button and turning to right or left. In the centre
position the volume is “normalised”. Press the
button back to its original position after setting.
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A
B
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A - Setting station
Steering wheel keypad
Press the left button to select a lower frequency
and the right button for a higher frequency.
Set frequencies are displayed.
If you have a keypad in the steering wheel,
press the right or left arrow to select preset
stations.
NOTE! If the car is equipped with an
integrated telephone, the steering wheel
keypad can only be used for telephone
functions when the telephone is activated.
When in active mode, telephone information
is always shown in the display. Deactivate the
.
telephone by pressing
Switch off the telephone if you do not have an
SIM card. See page 162.
B - Station seek up/down
Press the left or right-hand side of the button
to seek lower or higher frequencies. The radio
seeks the next audible station and sets it.
Press the button again to continue seek.
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Programming stations
1. Set the desired frequency.
2. Press the 1-20/DISC button with a short
push. Select a number by turning forwards
or backwards. Press again to store the
desired frequency and station.
Preset
To choose a preselected radio programme, turn
the 1-20/DISC button to the stored number.
The set programme is displayed.
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AUTO - Automatic station
pre-setting
This function automatically seeks and stores up
to 10 strong AM or FM stations in a separate
memory. This function is especially useful in
areas where you are not familiar with the radio
stations.
1. Press and hold the AUTO button for at least
2 seconds. A number of stations with strong
signals (maximally 10) from the set
wavelength are now automatically stored
in the memory. “AUTO” is displayed.
If there is no station with sufficient signal
strength, “NO STATION” is displayed.
2. Turn the 1-20/DISC button if you wish to
change to another of the preset stations.
A new station is set with every turn
(A0 - A9).
3. To once again choose from programmed
settings, press AUTO again. AUTO will
disappear from the display.
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Traffic information (TP)
A short push on the TP button (less than
2 seconds) gives the traffic information from
RDS stations. “TP” is displayed when the
function is connected. When the unit is in
cassette or CD mode in the background,
the radio automatically seeks an FM station with
a strong signal which sends traffic information.
If the cassette or CD is playing when the radio
receives a traffic bulletin, the function is
interrupted and the bulletin is broadcast with the
volume selected for traffic information.
As soon as the bulletin is over, the system
returns to the previously set volume and
resumes playing the cassette or CD.
· Traffic information can only be heard when
and TP are displayed at the same time.
· If only TP is displayed it means that no
traffic information is being broadcast by
the current broadcaster.
·
·
If you do not wish to listen to an ongoing
traffic bulletin, press the TP button. The TP
function, however, is still connected and the
radio waits for the next traffic bulletin.
Press the TP button to switch off the TP
function. TP will no longer be shown in
the display.
News on/off
A short press on the NEWS button activates the
news function. The text NEWS is shown with
small letters in the display. Press the NEWS
button again to switch off the function.
As soon as the news broadcast starts, the
cassette, CD or CD changer is interrupted so the
news can be heard.
If you do not wish to listen to the news
programme when it is sent, press the NEWS
button. The current programme is interrupted.
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The news function, however, is still connected
and the radio waits for the next news broadcast.
Press NEWS again to switch off the function.
NEWS then disappears from the display.
Radio text
Some RDS stations send information about
programme content, artists, etc. This information is shown in text form in the display.
Push the NEWS button for a few seconds to
access any transmitted radio text, which is
then shown in the display. A short press on
the NEWS button will end the display of radio
text.
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Programme types HU-401 601 801
Programme types
Displayed
New features
Current affairs
Information
Sport
Education
Theatre
Culture and Art
Science
Entertainment
Pop music
Rock music
Easy listening
Light classical
Classical music
Other music
Weather
Economy
For children
Social questions
Spiritual questions
Telephone watch
Travel and holiday
Leisure and hobby
Jazz music
Country music
National music
Golden oldies
Folk music
Documentary
Alarm test
!!ALARM!!
PTY missing
New features
Current
Info
Sport
Educ
Theater
Culture
Science
Enterta
Pop
Rock
Easy list
L Class
Classical
Other M
Weather
Economy
For children
Social
Spiritual
Telephone
Travel
Leisure
Jazz
Country
Nation M
“Oldies”
Folk
Document
Alarm test
!!Alarm!!
Pty Miss
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Programme type
The PTY function allows you to directly
select programmes with different subject types.
Seek a certain programme type as follows:
1. Press the PTY button. The programme type
of the set station is shown in the display.
2. You can scroll through the list of programme
types by turning the 1-20/DISC knob.
3. Once you have found the desired programme
type, press the 1-20/DISC knob to confirm
your selection and start the search.
4. If the radio finds a station with the selected
programme type, it sets it. If the radio finds
no station with the selected programme
type, it will return to its previous function.
PTY is then in standby mode and remains
so until a programme of the selected type
begins. The radio then changes to the
station with the selected programme type.
5. If there is more than one station with the
selected programme type, you can select
or the SCAN button. The PTY
using ,
function is active until the radio finds the
selected programme type and as long as the
selected station transmits that programme
type.
6. To return to standby mode, press PTY again.
The CD or cassette will resume playing until
the selected programme type is sent again.
7. Press PTY once again to deactivate PTY
standby. The PTY symbol goes out.
Advanced User Mode
Advanced User Mode
· With the radio switched off, press and hold
·
·
·
the Volume knob at least 5 seconds to start
the AUM function.
Turn the 1-20/DISC button to select an
AUM function (see the function list to
the right).
Once you have selected a function, the
function’s default will blink. Press the
1-20/DISC knob to select other alternatives
of the function (ON/OFF, LOW/MID/HIGH,
etc., depending on the function).
Continue selecting functions/alternatives.
To restore all AUM functions to factory settings,
turn the 1-20/DISC button until “SET TO
DEFAULT” shows in the radio display. Then
press the same button. All AUM settings are
then restored to their defaults and the radio
returns to its normal mode (music, news, etc.).
To save any changes and return to the normal
mode, turn the 1-20/DISC knob until “BACK
and SAVE” is shown in the radio display. Then
press the same dial. Confirm by pressing the
1-20/DISC knob once again.
To return to normal mode without saving any
changes, turn the 1-20/DISC knob until
”BACK without SAVE” is shown in the radio
display. Then press the same knob. Confirm by
pressing the 1-20/DISC knob once again.
List of AUM functions
(default is underlined)
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-
SET TO DEFAULT (See left column).
AF SWITCHING ON/OFF (Automatic
frequency update) – The AF function makes
sure that the strongest available transmitter
for a chosen programme is used.
REGIONAL ON/OFF (Regional radio
programmes) – This function makes it
possible to stay tuned to a regional transmitter even if the signals are not very strong.
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
LOCAL/DISTANT – This function is used
to indicate if the radio programme you are
listening to is to be interrupted for traffic
messages or news broadcasts (if these
functions are selected) only if the signal is
strong (LOCAL) or if the radio should also
try to pick up weaker signals (DISTANT).
NETWORK ALL/TUNED – This function
is used to indicate if the radio programme
you are listening to is to be interrupted for
traffic messages or news broadcasts (if
these functions are selected) only if the
message comes from the channel you are
listening to, such as P1 (TUNED), or if the
programme is to be interrupted regardless of
which radio channel the message/broadcast
comes from (ALL).
-
LANGUAGE – Select which language is to
be used in the radio display (English,
German, French or Swedish). Only works
for PTY information.
ASC (Active Sound Control) ON/OFF
(active volume control) – The ASC function
automatically adjusts the radio volume
according to the speed of the car.
ASC TABLE – Choose a level for the ASC
function (LOW/MID/HIGH).
SRC ON/OFF – This is used to activate/
deactivate the function that reduces the
treble when reception is poor. This might
seem like improved reception.
SRC TABLE - Choose a level for the SRC
function (LOW/MID/HIGH).
TAPE DOLBY ON/OFF – Activate/
deactivate Dolby Noise Reduction when
you listen to a cassette (HU 401/601).
BACK and SAVE (See left column).
BACK without SAVE (See left column).
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Cassette deck HU-401 601
A
DOLBYBNR
B
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Cassette opening
Cassette eject
A - Fast forward/rewind
Slide cassette into the cassette opening with the
tape to the right. TAPE Side A is shown in the
display. When one side has finished playing the
system will automatically begin playing the
other side (auto reverse). If a cassette is already
installed in the cassette deck select cassette play
by turning the SOURCE knob.
If you press the button, the tape stops and the
cassette is ejected. Turn the SOURCE knob to
select a new programme source. The cassette
can be inserted or ejected even if the system is
switched off.
The tape can be wound forward with
and
backwards with . During fast forward/
rewind “FF” (forward) respectively “REW”
(backward) is displayed. Fast forward/rewind
is interrupted if you press the button again.
Dolby B Noise Reduction
B - Next track, Previous track
This function is preset. Do as follows to switch
it off: hold the REV button depressed until the
Dolby symbol
in the display goes out. Press
the same button again to reactivate the Dolby
function.
If you press in the
button, the cassette is
automatically wound forward to the next track.
in the button, the cassette is
If you press
automatically rewound to the previous track.
There must be a five second break between
each track for this function to work. If you have
a keypad in the steering wheel, you can use the
arrows.
Changing tape direction
Press the REV button to if you wish to play
the other side of the tape. The display shows
which side is being played.
Scanning (HU-601)
See page 144 for more information.
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CD player HU-601
A
B
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CD player
A - Fast forward/rewind
Random
Insert a CD. If this was already done, select CD
by turning the SOURCE knob.
Press
CD eject
B - Changing tracks
Press RND to connect the random function. The
unit plays tracks from the disc in random order.
“RND” (random) is displayed as long as the
function is activated.
If you press this button the CD stops playing
and the disc is ejected. (See illustration above)
NOTE: For traffic safety reasons you have
twelve seconds to handle the ejected CD. The
CD player then pulls it back in and continues
play.
Press to skip to the next track or to skip
to the previous track. The track number is
shown in the display. If you have a keypad in
the steering wheel, you can use the corresponding buttons.
or
to seek within a track.
Scanning
See page 146 for more information.
Important!
Never use CD discs that have had a disc
label attached. The heat generated in the
CD player can result in the label on the
disc releasing. And in doing so there is risk
of damaging the CD player.
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External CD changer
A
B
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CD changer
A - Fast forward/rewind
Random
Turn the SOURCE knob to activate CD
changer mode. The CD changer resumes
playing the disc and track that was playing last.
If the CD changer magazine* is empty
“LOAD CARTRIDGE” is displayed.
Press
Press RND (for HU-601 and 801) to connect
the random function. If you have
radio HU-401 press the SOURCE knob.
A randomly selected track is chosen from a
randomly selected disc. Then a new track is
selected in the same way. “RND” (random) is
displayed as long as the function is activated.
Selecting disc number
Turn the 1-20/DISC knob. The numbers of
the disc and the track are shown in the display.
or
to seek within a track.
B - Changing tracks
Press to skip to the next track or to skip
to the previous track. The disc and track
numbers are shown in the display. If you have
a keypad in the steering wheel, you can use the
corresponding buttons.
Scanning (HU-601 801)
See page 146 for more information.
* The CD changer function can only be used
if the unit is connected to the Volvo CD
changer which is standard on certain models
and available as an accessory on others.
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NOTE! Use only CD discs with Ø 12 cm. Do
not play CD discs with smaller dimensions!
Internal CD changer HU-801
A
B
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External CD changer
Selecting disc number
Random
HU-801 includes an internal 4 disc CD changer.
Turn the SOURCE knob to activate the CD
player. The CD player resumes playing the disc
and track last played. You can insert 4 discs in
the CD player. To insert a new disc, you must
have an available position in the player.
Turn the 1-20/DISC knob to find an available
position. Make sure that ”LOAD DISC” is
displayed before inserting a new disc.
Turn the 1-20/DISC knob. The numbers of
the disc and the track are shown in the display.
Press RND to connect the random function.
A randomly selected track is chosen from a
randomly selected disc. Then a new track is
selected in the same way. “RND” (random) is
displayed as long as the function is activated.
CD eject
If you press this button the CD stops and the
disc that was playing is ejected.
NOTE: For traffic safety reasons you have
twelve seconds to handle the ejected CD. The CD
player then pulls it back in and continues play.
A - Fast forward/rewind
Press
or
to seek within a track.
B - Changing tracks
Press to skip to the next track or to skip
to the previous track. The disc and track
numbers are shown in the display. If you have
a keypad in the steering wheel, you can use
the corresponding buttons.
Scanning
(HU-801)
See page 146 for more information.
NOTE! If the quality of the CD does not comply
with the standard EN60908, or if it has been
recorded using poor equipment, sound quality
may be poor or playback interrupted.
Important!
Never use CD discs that have had a disc
label attached. The heat generated in the
CD player can result in the label on the
disc releasing. And in doing so there is
risk of damaging the CD player.
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Dolby Surround Pro Logic HU-801
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Dolby Surround Pro Logic
Dolby Surround Pro Logic together with a
centre loudspeaker in the dashboard offers you
a sound experience very close to reality.
The normal left - right stereo channels are
divided to left - centre - right. In addition,
ambient surround sound is produced by the rear
loudspeakers. This ambient surround sound
mirrors the resonance in the recording studio.
Dolby Surround Pro Logic Mode*
Most recordings toady are made so that the
vocalist/soloist is heard from straight ahead
while the orchestra is heard over the entire leftright panorama and from behind. The result
with Dolby Surround Pro Logic is a sound
experience very close to being there.
Note that the sound experience for rear seat
passengers when using Dolby Surround Pro
Logic is different than that of the driver and
front seat passenger.
To select Dolby Surround Pro Logic Mode
press “
PL”. “Dolby Pro Logic” is
displayed. Press OFF to return to 2-channel
stereo.
* Dolby Surround Pro Logic Mode works in
CD, cassette and FM modes. If you are
listening to a radio transmission, you should
instead select 3-channel stereo (3-CH).
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3-channel stereo
Centre loudspeaker volume
To select 3-channel stereo press “3-CH”.
“3-CH” is displayed. Press OFF to return
to 2-channel stereo.
Set the centre loudspeaker volume by pressing
out the button and turning it left or right. In
the centre position the volume is “normalised”
Press the button back after setting.
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Rear loudspeaker output level
(surround sound)
Set the power output of the rear channels by
pressing out the button, pulling it further out
and turning it left or right. In the centre position
the power output is “normalised”. Press the
button back after setting. This control regulates
the surround speaker level when using Dolby
Surround Pro Logic.
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Technical data - Audio
HU-401
Output:
Impedance:
Voltage required:
4 x 25 W
4 Ohm
12 V, negative ground
Radio
Frequency:
U (FM)
M (AM)
L (AM)
87.5 - 108 MHz
522 - 1611 kHz
153 - 279 kHz
HU-601
Output:
Impedance:
Voltage required:
External amplifier:
4 x 25 W
4 Ohm
12 V, negative ground
4 x 50 W or 4 x 75 W (option)
Alarm
“Alarm!” is shown in the radio display when an alarm message is
transmitted. The function is used to warn the driver of serious
accidents or catastrophes, such as collapsed bridges, earthquakes or
nuclear accidents.
Dolby Noise Reduction is manufactured under license of Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Dolby and the double D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Dolby Surround Pro Logic is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation. Manufacturing rights for Dolby Pro Logic
Surround System are licensed from Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
Radio
Frequency:
U (FM)
M (AM)
L (AM)
Bass speaker
Built-in amplifier:
87.5 - 108 MHz
522 - 1611 kHz
153 - 279 kHz
HU-801
Output:
Impedance:
Voltage required:
External amplifier:
1 x 25 W (Centre speaker)
4 Ohm
12 V, negative ground
4 x 50 W or 4 x 75 W (option)
HU-801 must be connected to an external amplifier.
150 W
Radio
Frequency:
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U (FM)
M (AM)
L (AM)
87.5 - 108 MHz
522 - 1611 kHz
153 - 279 kHz
Telephone (option)
Telephone system
Operating
Call options
Memory functions
Menu functions
Miscellaneous information
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162
163
166
167
171
159
Telephone
Telephone system
General rules
·
·
·
·
Put traffic safety first! If you as the
driver must use the privacy handset in
the armrest, park the car in a safe
place.
Switch off the system when refuelling
the car.
Switch off the system near blasting
work.
Let only authorised personnel service
your telephone system.
1. Keypad in centre console
6. Microphone
All telephone system functions can be controlled from the keypad in the centre console.
The microphone is built into the rearview mirror.
2. Steering wheel keypad
The keypad in the steering wheel can be used
for most telephone system functions.
When the telephone is activated, the keypad in
the steering wheel can only be used for telephone
functions. When in active mode, telephone
information is always shown in the display.
To use the buttons for radio settings, the
telephone has to be deactivated, see page 162.
3. Display
Emergency calls
The display shows menu functions, messages,
telephone numbers, etc.
Emergency calls to emergency services
can be made without the ignition key or
the SIM card.
4. Privacy handset
·
·
·
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Press the ON/OFF button.
Ring the emergency number that
applies to your region (within EU: 112).
Press the green button
.
The privacy handset can be used for private
conversations when you do not wish to be
disturbed.
5. SIM card
The SIM card is inserted in the front of the
centre console keypad.
Switch off and deactivate the telephone if no
SIM card is inserted, otherwise messages from
other functions cannot be displayed.
7. Loudspeaker
The loudspeaker is built into the driver’s seat
head restraint.
8. Antenna
The antenna is mounted against the windscreen
in front of the rearview mirror.
Telephone
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Telephone
Operating
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SIM card
Switching the system on and off
Active mode
The telephone can only be used in conjunction
with a valid SIM card (Suscriber Identity
Module). Obtain the card from your service
provider.
To switch the system on: Turn the ignition
key to position I. Press the button marked in the
illustration.
A prerequisite for using the telephone system
functions is that the telephone must be in its
active mode (does not apply for receiving calls).
To switch the system off: Press the same button
a few seconds. If you switch off the
car ignition without first switching off the
telephone, the telephone will be on the next time
you turn on the ignition.
on the
Activate the telephone by pressing
centre console keypad or the keypad in the
steering wheel.
When in active mode, telephone information is
always shown in the display.
to deactivate the telephone.
Press
Always insert the SIM card to use the
telephone. The name of your service provider
will then be displayed.
Switch off and deactivate the telephone if there
is no SIM card inserted. Otherwise, messages
from other functions cannot be shown in the
display and the steering wheel keypad cannot
be used for the radio.
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Telephone calls cannot be received if the
telephone system is switched off.
Telephone
Call options
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3902220d
Display
Making and receiving calls
Ending a call
The display shows the current function, such as
menu alternative, message, telephone number,
or setting.
To place a call: enter the number and press
on the steering wheel or centre console keypad
(or lift up the handset).
To conclude a call, press
on the steering
wheel or centre console keypad or put the
handset back in place. The audio system will
resume its previous activity.
To receive an incoming call: Press the button
(or lift the privacy handset). You can also use
Automatic answer, see menu function 4.3.
The audio system is automatically muted during
conversation. See menu alternative 5.6.5
regarding audio system volume.
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Telephone
Call options (cont.)
Speed dial
Storing speed dial numbers
A number stored in the telephone book can be
linked to a speed dial button (0-9) as follows:
1. Go into active mode. Scroll with
.
memory (Menu 3) and press
to Edit
2. Scroll to Speed dial (Menu 3.4) and press
.
3. Choose the digit that is to be the speed dial
to confirm.
number. Press
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Last number called
Privacy handset
The telephone automatically stores the last
telephone numbers/names called.
If you wish to talk undisturbed, use the privacy
handset.
on the steering wheel or centre
1. Press
console keypad.
1. Pick up the handset. Enter the chosen
number on the centre console keypad.
to place a call. Adjust the
Press
volume by using the knob on the side of
the handset.
2. Use the arrows to scroll forward
or
through the last numbers
backward
called.
(or lift the privacy handset) to
3. Press
make the call.
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2. The call is terminated when you replace
the handset in its holder.
If you wish to change to handsfree without
and select
ending the call: press
Handsfree. Press
and put down the
handset, see the following page.
4. Find the desired name or telephone number
to select it.
in the memory and press
Using speed dial
Press the desired speed dial button for about
2 seconds to make a call.
NOTE! When you turn on the telephone, wait
a moment before using the speed dial function.
To enter a speed dial number, Menu 4.5 must
be activated, see page 168.
Telephone
Functions during a call
The following functions are available during
a call (scroll with arrows):
The following functions are available during
three-way calling (scroll with arrows):
Secret mode/
Secret mode off
Secret mode
Secret mode/
Secret mode off
Secret mode
Hold/No
hold
Choose if the present
call is to be parked, i.e.
put on hold
Handset/
Handsfree
Use the handset
or handsfree
Memory
Show stored numbers
Handset/
Handsfree
Use the handset
or handsfree
Memory
Show stored numbers
The following functions are available when you
have a current call and a parked call (scroll
with arrows):
Call waiting
If you hear a beep in your receiver followed
immediately by two beeps (double beep) during
a phone call, someone else is calling.
The double beep is then repeated until you
either answer or the caller hangs up.
Secret mode/
Secret mode off
Secret mode
In this mode, you can choose to either take the
call or ignore it.
Handset/
Handsfree
Use the handset
or handsfree
If you do not wish to take the call, press
or do nothing.
Memory
Show stored numbers
Three-way
calling
Speak with both parties
simultaneously
(conference call)
.
If you do wish to take the call, press
Your current call will be put in “park mode”.
, both calls will be terminated.
If you press
Switch
Switch between the
two calls
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Volume
Increase volume by pressing on the (+) button
on the steering wheel keypad. Reduce volume
by pressing on the (-) button.
When the telephone has been activated, the
steering wheel keypad can only be used for
telephone functions.
To use this keypad for radio settings the
telephone has to be deactivated, see page 160.
SMS
A double beep informs you that a SMSmessage has been received.
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Telephone
Memory functions
Telephone numbers and names can be stored
in either the telephone memory or the SIM card
memory.
If the number of the person calling is in the
memory, their name is shown in the display.
Up to 255 names can be stored in the telephone
memory.
Storing telephone
numbers with names
1. Press
and scroll to Edit memory
.
(Menu 3) and press
2. Scroll to Enter item in memory (Menu 3.1)
.
and press
3. Enter a number and press .
4. Enter a name and press .
5. Choose in which memory to save with
and press
.
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Enter a name (or message)
Press the button with the desired character:
once for the first character, twice for the
second, etc. Press 1 to enter a space.
space 1- ? ! , . : ’ ( )
abc2äå àáâ æç
def 3èéëê
gh i 4 ì í î ï
jkl5
mno6ñöòóØ
pqrs7ß
tuv8üùúû
wxyz9
if you enter two letters in a row from
the same button, press * between them
or wait a few seconds
[email protected]* #& $ £ / %
change between capital and lower case
letters
delete the last letter or number entered.
If you press the button for a long time,
the entered number or text is deleted.
3902221d
Calling from the memory
1. Press
.
2. Choose from the following alternatives:
· Press and scroll with the arrows
until you find the desired name.
· Press the key of the first letter in the name
(or enter the name) and press .
to call the selected number.
3. Press
Telephone
Menu functions
Traffic safety
The menu function is used to check and alter
settings and programme new functions in your
system. The different menus are shown in the
display.
For reasons of safety, the menu system cannot
be accessed at speeds in excess of 8 km/h
(5 mph). You may only complete activities in
the menu system that have already been started.
The speed limiter can be disconnected using
menu function 5.7.
Menu function
Go into active mode. Press
menu function.
to come to the
The following applies in the menu function:
·
·
·
·
A long press on
means you exit the
menu function.
A short press on
means that you retract,
cancel or reject an alternative.
A press on
means that you confirm or
select, or that you scroll from a submenu
to the next submenu.
The right arrow
leads to the next side
leads to the
menu. The left arrow
previous side menu.
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Shortcuts
When you use the right arrow
to enter the
menu system, you can use numbers instead of
the arrows and the green button
to select the
right menu on the main menu level (1, 2, 3,
etc.), first submenu level (1.1, 2.1, 3.1, etc.)
and the second submenu level (1.1.1, 2.1.1,
etc.). The numbers are shown in the display
together with the menu alternative.
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Telephone
Main menus/submenus
1. Call register
1.1 Missed calls
1.2 Received calls
1.3 Dialled calls
1.4 Erase list
1.4.1 All
1.4.2 Missed
1.4.3 Received
1.4.4 Dialled
1.5 Call duration
1.5.1 Last call
1.5.2 Number of calls
1.5.3 Total time
1.5.4 Clear
2. Messages
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
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Read
Write
Voice message
Settings
2.4.1 SMSC number
2.4.2 Validity
2.4.3 Type
3. Edit memory
3.1 Enter item
3.2 Search
3.2.1 Edit
3.2.2 Erase
3.2.3 Copy
3.2.4 Move
3.3 Copy all
3.3.1 SIM to phone
3.3.2 Phone to SIM
3.4 Speed dial
3.5 Empty SIM
3.6 Empty memory
3.7 Status
4. Call options
4.1 Transmit numbers
4.2 Call waiting
4.3 Automatic answer
4.4 Automatic dial
4.5 Speed dial
4.6 Call divert service
4.6.1 All calls
4.6.2 When busy
4.6.3 When not answered
4.6.4 If unreachable
4.6.5 Fax calls
4.6.6 Computer calls
4.6.7 Cancel all diverts
5. Settings
5.1 Factory settings
5.2 Network selection
5.3 Language
5.3.1 English UK
5.3.2 English US
5.3.3 Svenska
5.3.4 Dansk
5.3.5 Suomi
5.3.6 Deutsch
5.3.7 Nederlands
5.3.8 Français FR
5.3.9 Français CAN
5.3.10 Italiano
5.3.11 Español
5.3.12 Português P
5.3.13 Português BR
5.4 SIM security
5.4.1 On
5.4.2 Off
5.4.3 AUTO
5.5 Change codes
5.5.1 PIN code
5.5.2 Telephone code
5.6 Volume
5.6.1 Ringer volume
5.6.2 Ringer tone
5.6.3 Button click
5.6.4Speed volume
5.6.5 Radio Auto Suppression
5.7 Traffic safety
Telephone
Menu 1. Call register
Menu 2. Messages
Menu 3. Edit memory
1.1 Missed calls: A list of missed calls is
shown here. You can choose to call, erase or
store the number in the telephone or SIM card
memory for later use.
2.1 Read: Here you can read received text
messages. You can then choose to erase the
last message, forward it, change or save the
entire message or parts of it.
3.1 Enter item: You can store names and
telephone numbers in the telephone or SIM
card memory. See the section on memory
functions for more information.
1.2 Received calls: A list of received calls is
shown here. You can choose to call, erase, or
store the number in the telephone or SIM card
memory for later use.
2.2 Write: Using the keypad, you can write a
text message. Then choose to save or send it.
3.2 Search: Changes in the memory can be
made here.
3.2.1 Edit: Change data in the different
memories.
3.2.2 Erase: Remove a saved name.
3.2.3 Copy: Copy a saved name.
3.2.4 Move: Transfer information between
the memory of the telephone and the SIM
card.
1.3 Dialled calls: A list of dialled numbers is
shown here. You can choose to call, erase, or
store the number in the telephone or SIM card
memory for later use.
1.4 Erase list: This option can be used to erase
the list of menus 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 as follows.
1.4.1 All
1.4.2 Missed
1.4.3 Received
1.4.4 Dialled
1.5 Call duration: Here you can see the
duration of all your calls or the most recent.
You can also choose to see the number of calls
and clear the call timer.
1.5.1 Last call
1.5.2 Number
1.5.3 Total time
1.5.4 Clear timer
The telephone code is needed to clear the call
timer (see Menu 5.5).
2.3 Voice massage: Listen to received
messages.
2.4 Settings: Enter the number (SMSC
number) of the message centre you wish to
have transfer your messages. Specify also how
the message is to reach the addressee and how
long it is to be stored in the message centre.
2.4.1 SMSC number
2.4.2 Validity
2.4.3 Type
Contact your service provider for information
about these settings and the SMSC number.
3.3 Copy all: Copy the telephone numbers and
names on the SIM card to the telephone's
memory.
3.3.1 From SIM to telephone memory
3.3.2 From Telephone to SIM memory
3.4 Speed dial: A number stored in the
telephone book can be stored as a speed dial
number.
3.5 Empty SIM: The entire memory of the
SIM card can be erased.
3.6 Empty memory: The entire memory of the
phone can be erased.
3.7 Status: See how many places in the SIM
card or telephone memory are occupied by
names and numbers.
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Telephone
Menu 4. Call options
Menu 5. Settings
4.1 Transmit number: Choose whether or
not to display your number to the person you
call. Contact your service provider for a
permanently concealed number.
5.1 Factory settings: Function to return to
the system’s factory settings.
4.2 Call waiting: Choose whether or not you
want to be alerted during a phone call that
there is another call coming in.
4.3 Automatic answer: Chose to answer
without using the keypad.
4.4 Automatic redial: Choose to call a
previously dialled number that was busy.
4.5 Speed dial: Here you set whether or not
speed dial is to be activated. In order to use
speed dial, the function must be activated.
4.6 Call divert service: Here you can choose
when and what type of calls are to be diverted
to a specified telephone number.
4.6.1 All calls (this setting only applies
during the current call).
4.6.2 When busy
4.6.3 When not answered
4.6.4 If unreachable
4.6.5 Fax calls
4.6.6 Computer calls
4.6.7 Cancel all diverts
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5.2 Network selection: Choose a network
automatically or manually.
5.2.1 Auto
5.2.2 Manual
5.3 Language: Here you can choose which
language the telephone is to display.
5.3.1
English UK
5.3.2
English US
5.3.3
Svenska
5.3.4
Dansk
5.3.5
Suomi
5.3.6
Deutsch
5.3.7
Nederlands
5.3.8
Français FR
5.3.9
Français CAN
5.3.10
Italiano
5.3.11
Español
5.3.12
Português P
5.3.13
Português BR
5.4 SIM security: Choose if the PIN code is
to be on, off, or automatic.
5.4.1 On
5.4.2 Off
5.4.3 Auto
5.5 Change codes: Change the PIN code or
telephone code.
5.5.1 PIN code
5.5.2 Telephone code (use 1234 before you
change to a personal code). The telephone
code is used to clear the call timer.
NOTE! Make a note of the code and store it in
a safe place.
5.6 Volume
5.6.1 Ringer volume: Here you can choose
the volume of the ringer for incoming calls.
5.6.2 Ringer tone: There are eight different
ringer tones to choose from.
5.6.3 Button click: On or off
5.6.4 Speed volume: Choose whether the
volume should be adjusted according to
speed.
5.6.5 Radio Auto Suppression: Here you
choose whether the volume of the radio
should remain the same during telephone
calls.
5.6.6 New SMS: Choose whether you
want the telephone to signal an incoming
SMS or not.
5.7 Traffic safety: Here you can choose to
disengage the speed limiter for the menu
system, i.e. choose to use the menu system
even while driving.
Telephone
Miscellaneous information
Specifications
Output
SIM card
Memory positions
SMS (Short Message Service)
Computer/Fax
Dual band
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2W
small
255*
Yes
No
Yes
(900/1800)
* 255 memory positions in the telephone
memory. The number of memory positions on
the SIM card varies depending on your
subscription.
Radio - Telephone
Double SIM card
IMEI number
The four lowest buttons in the steering wheel
keypad are for both radio and telephone.
Many service providers offer double SIM cards,
one for the car and a second one for another
telephone. Double SIM cards give you the
same number for two separate telephones. Ask
your service provider about the possibilities and
offers available regarding double SIM cards.
To block the telephone, inform the service
provider of the telephone IMEI number. This is
a 15 digit serial number programmed in the
telephone. Dial *#06# to display this number.
Write down the number and store it in a safe
place.
To use these buttons to control the telephone
functions, the system must be activated, see
page 162. If you wish to adjust the radio
settings with these buttons, exit the telephone
.
active mode. Press
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Index
A
A/C ........................................................ 52
ABS ................................................. 18, 27
Activating the alarm ............................. 73
Active chassis, FOUR-C ................. 32, 87
Active mode ........................................ 162
Actual temperature - ECC ..................... 45
Actual temperature ................................ 45
Advanced User Mode - radio .............. 151
Air conditioning system ....................... 50
Air distribution ..................................... 53
Air quality sensor .................................. 49
Air vents ................................................ 46
Airbag - passenger side ......................... 13
Alarm ...................................................158
Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) ........................ 18
Audio system ...................................... 141
AUM (Advanced User Mode) radio .....................................................151
AUTO ..................................................... 50
Autodim ................................................ 41
AUTO-DOWN ........................................ 40
Automatic car washes .........................119
Automatic relocking ............................. 69
Automatic gearbox ......................... 83, 84
Automatic gearbox with
manual positions (Geartronic) .............. 85
AUTO-UP ............................................... 40
Average fuel consumption .................... 33
Average speed ....................................... 33
AWD ...................................................... 86
Axle load ............................................. 135
B
Backrest rake ......................................... 58
Battery (jump starting) ......................... 90
Battery care ................................ 130, 131
Battery .......................... 55, 121, 130, 138
Beam length control ............................. 35
Bird droppings .................................... 118
Bonnet ........................................ 124, 125
Booster battery ...................................... 90
Booster cushion .................................... 22
Boot lid ................................................. 70
Brake and clutch fluid ........................ 136
Brake fluid ................................. 129, 136
Brake system ......................................... 18
Bulbs ................................................... 138
C
Call options .........................................163
Capacities ............................................ 135
Car care .................................................. 80
Cargo compartment .............................. 63
Cars with STC ....................................... 28
Cassette deck ...................................... 152
Catalytic converter .............................. 122
Catalytic exhaust treatment ............... 122
CD changer ................................ 154, 155
CD player ............................................153
Changing the oil and oil filter ...........127
Changing wheels ................................101
Child on board - location ..................... 24
Child seat and airbag ............................ 14
Child seat mounting (Isofix) ................ 23
Cleaning seat belts ..............................119
Cleaning upholstery ...........................119
Coat hanger ........................................... 66
Colour code .........................................117
Combined instrument panel ................. 26
Cooling system ...................................135
Cruise control ........................................ 34
Current fuel consumption ..................... 33
D
D Drive position .............................. 83, 85
Dashboard - left-hand drive .................... 2
Dashboard - right-hand drive ................. 3
Deactivating deadlocks ........................ 71
Deactivating the alarm ......................... 73
Deactivating the DSTC system ............ 20
Deadlock ............................................... 71
Defroster .......................................... 50, 53
Detachable towbar - mounting the ball
section ................................................... 96
Detachable towbar - removing de ball
section ................................................... 97
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Index
Diesel ...................................... 37, 78, 126
Dipped beam ......................................... 36
Direction indicators .............................. 36
Dolby Pro Logic Surround Sound ......156
Door mirrors .......................................... 41
Door mirror defroster ............................ 38
Double SIM cards ............................... 171
Downshift inhibitor .............................. 83
Drive position ................................. 83, 85
Driving characteristics and tyres .......... 80
Driving with trailer .................. 91, 92, 93
DSTC ............................................... 20, 28
E
EBA (Emergency Brake Assistance) .... 20
ECC ....................................................... 48
Economical driving .............................. 82
Electric radiator fan ............. 78, 124, 125
Electrical socket .................................... 39
Electrical system ................................. 138
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
(EBD) ..................................................... 19
Electronic Climate Control ECC ......... 48
Emergency calls ..................................160
Emergency stop .................................... 60
Engine compartment ................. 124, 125
Engine oil ............................................127
Engine specifications ................ 139, 140
Engine type designation ....................134
174
Environment class ...................... 139, 140
Environmental care ............................... 47
Exterior .................................................... 6
F
Fan ......................................................... 52
Fault in SRS .......................................... 29
FIX NEXT SERVICE ............................ 30
Floor carpets .......................................... 81
Floor support ......................................... 64
Fluid reservoir - brake/clutch .............129
Folding the front passenger seat .......... 59
Front end ............................................. 137
Front fog lamps ..................................... 35
Front seats ............................................. 58
FOUR-C, Active chassis .................. 32, 86
Fuel filler flap ........................................ 78
Fuel filter - Diesel ............................... 126
Fuel tank ............................................. 135
Function selector .................................. 50
Fuse box in passenger compartment ..106
Fuses in cargo compartment ............... 107
Fuses in engine compartment .............105
Fuses .................................................... 104
G
Gearbox type designation ..................134
Gear position, manual gearbox ............ 82
Gear selector inhibitor .................... 84, 86
Geartronic .............................................. 85
General lighting .................................... 61
Generator not charging ......................... 29
Generator .............................................138
H
Handbrake ............................................. 39
Hazard warning flashers ........................ 38
Head restraints in rear seat .................... 59
Headlamps and parking lamps ............. 35
Heated front seats .................................. 38
Heating controls ..............................50, 52
Heating/Cooling ................................... 52
Height setting - front seat ..................... 58
High-level brake light ........................115
HU-401 ................................................142
HU-601 ................................................143
HU-801 ................................................144
I
IC (Inflatable Curtain) .......................... 15
Ignition and steering wheel lock .......... 37
Immediate heater start ........................... 55
Immobilizer .....................................68, 79
Important tips! - Children in the car ..... 21
Indicator and warning lamps ... 27, 29, 30
Instrument lighting ............................... 35
Interior - left-hand drive ......................... 4
Interior - right-hand drive ....................... 5
Index
Interior lighting .................................... 61
Isofix bracket system for child seats .... 23
Keylock ................................................. 79
Keys ....................................................... 68
Kick-down ............................................. 86
Manual climate control with air
conditioning A/C .................................. 52
Manual climate control with air
conditioning ......................................... 52
Manual gearbox .................................... 82
Master key ............................................. 68
Max. total weight ................................135
Max. trailer weight .............................. 135
Misting on window interiors ................ 45
Mounting bracket ................................. 64
Multifilter .............................................. 47
L
N
L Low gear position .............................. 83
Laminated side windows ...................... 43
Legroom adjustment ............................. 58
Lifting the car ...................................... 121
Load carrier ........................................... 81
Load curtain in cargo compartment ..... 63
Location of children in the car ............. 24
Locking and unlocking ........................ 69
Long loads ............................................ 65
Low gear position ................................. 83
Lubricants ........................................... 136
Lumbar support ..................................... 58
N Neutral position .......................... 83, 85
Negative cable .................................... 131
Parking brake applied ........................... 29
Parking brake ........................................ 39
Parking heater ....................................... 54
Parking/Position light .......................... 35
Polishing and waxing .........................119
Pollen filter ........................................... 47
Position/Parking light .......................... 35
Positive cable ......................................131
Power output .............................. 139, 141
Power seat .............................................. 60
Power steering ............................ 129, 135
Power sunroof ........................................ 42
Power transmission .............................137
Power windows ..................................... 40
Pregnant women .................................... 21
O
R
Octane rating .............................. 139, 140
Oil grade ..............................................127
Oil pressure ........................................... 29
Open boot lid ........................................ 80
Opening fuel filler flap ......................... 78
Orange symbol ...................................... 28
Oxyhydrogen ...................................... 131
R Reverse ........................................ 83, 85
Radio mode ........................................... 37
Radio ...................................................141
Rain sensor ............................................ 37
Raising the booster cushion ................. 22
Range to empty fuel tank ..................... 33
Reading lamps, front and rear .............. 61
Rear fog lamp ........................................ 35
Rear suspension ..................................137
Rear window defroster .......................... 38
Rearview mirror .................................... 41
Recirculation .................................. 51, 52
Red symbol ........................................... 28
J
Jack ............................................... 64, 102
Jumpstarting .......................................... 90
K
M
Main beam “flash” ................................ 36
Main/dipped beam switch .................... 36
Manual child safety locks .................... 72
P
P Park ............................................... 83, 85
Paintwork ............................................ 117
Paintwork damage .............................. 117
Parking Assistance System ................... 88
175
Index
Refuelling ............................................. 78
Relay/fuse box in cargo
compartment .......................................104
Relay/fuse box in engine
compartment .......................................104
Remote control ..................................... 60
Replacing bulbs in the rear lamp
cluster .................................................. 110
Replacing bulbs ..................................108
Replacing dipped beam and main
beam bulb ............................................108
Replacing headlamp wiper ................. 132
Replacing parking lamp bulb ............ 109
Replacing the battery - remote
control ................................................... 70
Replacing the battery .........................131
Reverse gear detent ............................... 82
RFD (Road Friction Detection) ............ 20
Rheostat for instrument lighting .......... 33
Roof load ............................................. 135
Rustproofing .......................................116
S
Seat belts ................................................. 8
Select the right gear .............................. 80
Service key ............................................ 68
Service reminder ................................... 30
SERVICE REQUIRED .......................... 30
Shift lock - Geartronic .......................... 86
176
Shift lock ............................................... 79
SIM card ..............................................160
SIPS - left-hand drive ............................ 11
SIPS - right-hand drive ......................... 11
SIPS
(Side Impact Protection System) ...... 9, 11
Ski hatch ............................................... 65
Slippery road surface ............................ 79
Snow chains .......................................... 98
Some important tips! ............................ 81
Socket for cigarette lighter ................... 40
Spare wheel .................................. 64, 102
Spark plugs ................................ 139, 140
Special rims ........................................... 98
Speed-related power steering ............... 80
SRS ........................................................ 10
SRS (airbag) ............................................ 9
Start position ......................................... 37
Starter motor ........................................ 138
Starting the engine ................................ 78
STC .................................................. 19, 28
Steering wheel adjustment ................... 36
Stone chips and scratches ................... 117
STOP SAFELY ASAP ............................ 30
Storage compartments in centre
console .................................................. 63
Storage compartments .......................... 62
Studded tyres ........................................ 98
Suitable detergent ............................... 118
Sun blind ............................................... 43
Sun shade .............................................. 42
Sunroof .................................................. 42
Switches in the centre console ....... 31, 32
Symbols ...............................................130
T
Telephone system ...............................160
Temperature ........................................... 50
Temporary spare ..................................100
TIMER I ............................................... 54
TIMER II .............................................. 54
Tipping the backrest forward ............... 65
Toolkit with towing eye ....................... 64
Tools ...................................................... 64
Torque ........................................ 139, 140
Towbar ................................................... 90
Towing bracket ..................................... 91
Towing eye ............................................ 89
Towing ................................................... 89
Traffic information ..............................149
Traffic safety .......................................167
Trailer .................................................... 92
Train weight ........................................135
Transmission oil ..................................135
Trip computer ........................................ 33
Type designation ................................134
Tyre pressure ......................................... 99
Tyres ...................................................... 98
Index
U
Unlocking the boot lid with
the master key ....................................... 70
V
Vanity mirror ......................................... 61
Ventilation ............................................ 46
VIN (Vehicle identification number) ... 134
Volume control .................................... 145
Volvo integrated booster cushion ........ 22
Volvo service programme ................... 122
Winter tyres ........................................... 98
Wiper blades, replacing ...................... 132
Y
Your climate control system - useful
hints ....................................................... 47
W
W - Winter ....................................... 84, 86
Warning - fault in ABS system ............. 27
Warning - fault in brake system ............ 27
Warning - risk of traction loss .............. 28
Warning triangle .......................... 64, 101
Washer fluid reservoir .........................129
Washer fluid ........................................ 129
Washing ............................................... 118
Wear indicators ................................... 100
Weights and measurements ................135
Wheels ................................................... 98
When it is dark ...................................... 71
WHIPS ................................................... 16
Windscreen washer reservoir .............. 135
Windscreen wipers ................................ 37
Windscreen/headlamp washers ............. 37
177
178
O W N E R ’ S M A N U A L V O LV O S 8 0
The following should be regularly checked:
Tyre pressures
1. Washer fluid: Ensure that the reservoir is
always well filled. In the winter use a washer
fluid with anti freeze! See page 129.
2. Power steering: The level should lie
between the MIN- and MAX marks.
See page 129.
3. Engine coolant: The level should lie
between the MIN- and MAX marks on
the expansion tank. See page 128.
7700242d
Bulbs
4. Brake fluid level: The level should lie
between the MIN- and MAX marks.
See page 129.
VOLVO
S80
5. Oil level: The level should lie between the
marks on the dipstick. See page 128.
3501577F
1700226F
TP 6702 (English) AT0346 3.800.09.03 Printed in Sweden, TElanders Graphic Systems AB, Göteborg 2003
H7
PY
BAY 15d
W2,1x9, 5d
H1
BA 15
BAY 15
TP 6702
1. 55 W
2. 21 W
3. 21/4 W
4. 5 W
5. 55 W
6. 5 W
7. 21 W
2004
52873- S80 Engelsk.indd 1
2003-09-19, 10.10.05
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