INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS. Volvo 2019 Early, S60

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS. Volvo 2019 Early, S60

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Instrument overview

This overview shows the location of the instrument panel and center console displays, and controls/buttons/switches.

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Function

Controls for menus and messages, turn signals, high/low beams, trip computer

Paddles for manually shifting gears

*

Cruise control

Horn, airbag

See

(p. 71),

(p. 90),

(p. 83),

(p. 110)

(p. 257)

Main instrument panel

Infotainment system/

Bluetooth hands-free controls

START/STOP ENGINE button

Ignition slot

Display for infotainment system functions and menus

Door handle

(p. 172)

(p. 82),

(p. 33)

(p. 63)

Sensus Infotainment supplement

(p. 73)

(p. 73)

-

(p. 108), Sen-

sus Infotainment supplement

Function

In-door control panels

(power windows, mirrors, central locking button)

Hazard warning flashers

Controls for the infotainment system and menus

See

(p. 96),

(p. 97),

(p. 158)

Climate system controls

Gear selector

Not in use

Wipers and washers

Steering wheel adjustment

Hood opening control

Parking brake

(p. 89)

(p. 71),

(p. 125), Sen-

sus Infotainment supplement

(p. 125)

-

(p. 255)

(p. 93),

(p. 94)

(p. 82)

(p. 327)

(p. 271)

Function

Power seat

*

adjustment controls

Lighting panel, buttons for opening fuel filler door and unlocking and opening the trunk

See

(p. 76)

(p. 83),

(p. 280),

(p. 160)

Related information

Information displays – ambient temperature sensor (p. 72)

Information displays – trip odometer and clock (p. 73)

62 * Option/accessory.

Information displays – introduction

The displays show information on some of the vehicle's functions, such as cruise control, the trip computer and messages. The information is shown with text and symbols.

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Gauges and indicators: analog instrument panel

Information displays: analog instrument panel

Information displays: digital instrument panel

*

More detailed information can be found in the descriptions of the functions that use the information displays.

1 When the message

Distance to empty fuel tank:

shows "

----

", the marker turns red

Fuel gauge: When the indicator shows one white marking

1

, a yellow indicator light will illuminate to indicate a low fuel level. See

also Trip computer – introduction (p. 110)

and Refueling – fuel requirements (p. 277)

for additional information.

Eco meter: Indicates how economically the vehicle is being driven. The higher the needle moves on the scale, the more economically the vehicle is being driven.

Speedometer

Tachometer: Shows engine speed in thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm)

Gear indicator: Shows the currently selected gear

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Gauges and indicators: digital instrument panel

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Different themes (display alternatives) can be selected for the digital instrument panel:

Elegance

Eco

Performance

To change themes, press the

OK

button on the left steering wheel lever and use the thumb wheel to scroll to

Themes

. Press

OK

to confirm your choice.

Refueling – fuel requirements (p. 277) for

additional information.

Coolant temperature gauge

Speedometer

Tachometer (engine speed in thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm))

Gear indicator: Shows the currently selected gear

Speedometer

Tachometer (engine speed in thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm))

Gear indicator: Shows the currently selected gear

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Theme

Elegance

: gauges and indicators

Fuel gauge. When the indicator shows one white marking, a yellow indicator light will illuminate to indicate a low fuel level. See also

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110) and

Theme

Eco

: gauges and indicators

Fuel gauge. When the indicator shows a white marking, a yellow indicator light will illuminate to indicate a low fuel level. See also

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110) and

Refueling – fuel requirements (p. 277) for

additional information.

Eco Guide (see Eco Guide

*

and Power

Meter

*

(p. 66))

Theme

Performance

: gauges and indicators

Fuel gauge. When the indicator shows a white marking, a yellow indicator light will illuminate to indicate a low fuel level. See also

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110) and

Refueling – fuel requirements (p. 277) for

additional information.

Coolant temperature gauge

Speedometer

Tachometer (shows engine speed in thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm))

* Option/accessory.

Power Meter (see Eco Guide

*

and Power

Meter

*

(p. 66)).

Gear indicator: Shows the currently selected gear

Indicator and warning symbols

Indicator and warning symbols: analog instrument panel

Indicator symbols

Indicator and warning symbols

Warning symbols

Indicator and warning symbols: digital instrument panel

Indicator symbols

Indicator and warning symbols

Warning symbols

Function check

All indicator and warning symbols light up in ignition mode

II

or when the engine is started. When the engine has started, all the symbols should go out except the parking brake symbol, which only goes out when the brake is disengaged.

If the engine does not start or if the function check is carried out in ignition mode

II

, all symbols go out after 5 seconds except the malfunction indicator light, which may indicate a fault in the vehicle's emissions system, and the symbol for low oil pressure.

Some of the symbols shown may not be available in all markets or models.

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Related information

Instrument overview (p. 60)

Information displays – indicator symbols

(p. 67)

Information displays – warning symbols

(p. 69)

* Option/accessory.

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Eco Guide

*

and Power Meter

*

Eco guide and Power guide are two gauges in the instrument panel that help improve driving economy.

The vehicle also stores driving-related statistics

in the form of a bar graph, see Trip computer –

Trip statistics (p. 117).

Introduction

To display or remove these functions from the instrument panel, select the "Eco" theme (see

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)).

Driving statistics are also stored and can be dis-

played in the form of a bar chart (see Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 117)).

Eco Guide

This gauge gives an indication of how economically the vehicle is being driven.

Average

The average reading changes gradually according to changes in the current reading to indicate how economically the vehicle has been driven recently. The higher the average reading, the more economically the vehicle has been driven.

Power Meter

This gauge indicates the engine power that has been utilized and the amount of power remaining.

Current (instantaneous) reading

Average

Current (instantaneous) reading

This is the current level of economical driving; the higher the reading, the more economically the vehicle is being driven.

This value is calculated based on the vehicle's speed, engine speed (rpm), engine load and brake use.

The optimal speed range is between approximately 30–50 mph (50–80 km/h), preferably at as low rpm as possible. The markers fall when the brake or accelerator pedal is pressed.

If the current reading is very low, the red field in the gauge will illuminate after a slight delay, indicating low driving economy.

Available power

Utilized power

Available power

The smaller, upper indicator shows the engine's available power

2

. The higher the reading on the scale, the greater the amount of power remaining in the current gear.

2 Depending on rpm

* Option/accessory.

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Utilized power

The larger, lower indicator shows the amount of engine power that has been utilized

2

. The higher the reading on the scale, the greater the amount of power that is being utilized.

The larger the gap between the two indicators, the greater the amount of power remaining.

Information displays – indicator symbols

The indicator symbols alert the driver when certain functions are activated, that a system is actively working or that a fault may have occurred in a system or function.

Symbol Description

Fault in the Active Bending Light

(ABL)

* system

Malfunction indicator light

Anti-lock brake system (ABS)

Rear fog lights on

Stability system

The stability system's Sport mode is activated

Low fuel level

Information symbol, read the text displayed in the instrument panel

High beam indicator

Symbol Description

Left turn signal indicator

Right turn signal indicator

Tire pressure monitoring sensor

(TPMS)

A

The Eco function is on.

TheStart/Stop function is active

(the engine has auto-stopped)

A Option in Canada

Fault in the Active Bending Light (ABL) system

This symbol will illuminate if there is a fault in the

ABL system. See Active Bending Lights (ABL)

*

(p. 86) for more information about this system.

2 Depending on rpm

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Malfunction Indicator Light

As you drive, a computer called On-Board Diagnostics II (OBDII) monitors your vehicle's engine, transmission, electrical and emission systems.

The malfunction indicator light will illuminate if the computer senses a condition that potentially may need correcting. When this happens, please have your vehicle checked by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician as soon as possible.

A malfunction indicator light may have many causes. Sometimes, you may not notice a change in your car's behavior. Even so, an uncorrected condition could hurt fuel economy, emission controls, and drivability. Extended driving without correcting the cause could even damage other components in your vehicle.

This light may illuminate if the fuel filler cap is not closed tightly or if the engine was running while the vehicle was refueled.

Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)

If the warning light comes on, there may be a malfunction in the ABS system (the standard braking system will still function). Check the system by:

1. Stopping in a safe place and switching off the ignition.

2. Restart the engine.

3. If the warning light goes off, no further action is required.

If the indicator light remains on, the vehicle should be driven to a trained and qualified Volvo

service technician for inspection, see Brakes – general (p. 267) for additional information.

Rear fog lights

This symbol indicates that the rear fog lights are on.

Stability system

This indicator symbol flashes when the stability system is actively working to stabilize the vehicle,

see Stability system – introduction (p. 166) for

more detailed information.

Stability system - Sport mode

This symbol illuminates to indicate that the stability system's

Sport

mode has been activated to help provide maximum tractive force, for example when driving with snow chains, or driving in deep snow or loose sand.

Low fuel level

When this light comes on, the vehicle should be

refueled as soon as possible. See Refueling – fuel requirements (p. 277) for information about

fuel and refueling.

Information symbol

The information symbol lights up and a text message is displayed to provide the driver with necessary information about one of the vehicle's systems. The message can be erased and the symbol can be turned off by pressing the

OK

button

(see Information display – menu controls

(p. 108) for information) or this will take place

automatically after a short time (the length of time varies, depending on the function affected).

The information symbol may also illuminate together with other symbols.

High beam indicator

This symbol illuminates when the high beam headlights are on, or if the high beam flash function is used.

Left turn signal indicator

Right turn signal indicator

NOTE

Both turn signal indicators will flash when the hazard warning flashers are used.

If either of these indicators flash faster than normal, the direction indicators are not functioning properly.

Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)

*

This symbol illuminates to indicate that tire pres-

sure in one or more tires is low, see Tire Pressure

Monitoring System (TPMS) – general information

(p. 310) for detailed information.

Eco

*

function on

The symbol will illuminate when the Eco function is activated.

Start/stop

*

The symbol illuminates when the engine has auto-stopped.

68 * Option/accessory.

Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)

Information displays – warning symbols

(p. 69)

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Information displays – warning symbols

The warning lights alert the driver that an important function is activated or that a serious fault has occurred.

Symbol Description

Low oil pressure

A

Parking brake applied

B

SRS airbags

Seat belt reminder

Generator not charging

Fault in the brake system

Warning symbol, read the text displayed in the instrument panel

A

B

Certain engines do not use this symbol to indicate low oil pressure. On these models, a text message will be displayed on the

instrument panel instead, see Engine compartment – engine oil

(p. 329).

The symbol is Park only on models with the optional digital instrument panel.

Low oil pressure

If the light comes on while driving, stop the vehicle, stop the engine immediately, and check the engine oil level. Add oil if necessary. If the oil level is normal and the light stays on after restart, have the vehicle towed to the nearest trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Parking brake applied

This symbol flashes while the brake is being applied and then glows steadily when the parking brake has been set.

See Parking brake – general information (p. 271)

for more information about using the parking brake.

Airbags – SRS

If this light comes on while the vehicle is being driven, or remains on for longer than approximately 10 seconds after the vehicle has been started, the SRS system's diagnostic functions have detected a fault in a seat belt lock or pretensioner, a front airbag, side impact airbag, and/or an inflatable curtain. Have the system(s) inspected by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician as soon as possible.

See Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)

(p. 31) for more information about the airbag sys-

tem.

Seat belt reminder

This symbol comes on for approximately 6 seconds if the driver has not fastened his or her seat belt.

Generator not charging

This symbol comes on during driving if a fault has occurred in the electrical system. Contact an authorized Volvo workshop.

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Engine temperature

Engine overheating can result from low oil or coolant levels, towing or hard driving at high heat and altitude, or mechanical malfunction. Engine overheating will be signaled with text and a red warning triangle in the middle of the instrument display. The exact text will depend on the degree of overheating. It may range from

High engine temp Reduce speed

to

High engine temp

Stop engine

. If appropriate, other messages, such as

Coolant level low, Stop safely

will also be displayed. If your engine does overheat so that you must stop the engine, always allow the engine to cool before attempting to check oil and coolant levels.

See Engine compartment – coolant (p. 332) for

more information.

Fault in brake system

If this symbol lights, the brake fluid level may be too low. Stop the vehicle in a safe place and check the level in the brake fluid reservoir, see

Engine compartment – brake fluid (p. 333). If the

level in the reservoir is below

MIN

, the vehicle should be transported to an authorized Volvo workshop to have the brake system checked.

If the and symbols come on at the same time, there may be a fault in the brake force distribution system.

1. Stop the vehicle in a safe place and turn off the engine.

2. Restart the engine.

If both symbols extinguish, continue driving.

If the symbols remain on, check the level in

the brake fluid reservoir, see Engine compartment – brake fluid (p. 333). If the brake

fluid level is normal but the symbols are still lit, the vehicle can be driven, with great care, to an authorized Volvo workshop to have the brake system checked.

If the level in the reservoir is below

MIN

, the vehicle should be transported to an authorized Volvo workshop to have the brake system checked.

WARNING

If the fluid level is below the

MIN

mark in the reservoir or if a warning message is displayed in the text window:

DO NOT

DRIVE

. Have the vehicle towed to a trained and qualified Volvo service technician and have the brake system inspected.

If the and symbols are on at the same time, there is a risk of reduced vehicle stability.

Warning symbol

The red warning symbol lights up to indicate a problem related to safety and/or drivability. A message will also appear in the instrument panel.

The symbol remains visible until the fault has been rectified but the text message can be cleared with the

OK

button, see Information display – menu controls (p. 108). The warning sym-

bol can also come on in conjunction with other symbols.

Action:

1. Stop in a safe place. Do not drive the vehicle further.

2. Read the information on the display. Implement the action in accordance with the message in the display. Clear the message using

OK

.

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Reminder – doors not closed

If one of the doors

is not closed properly, the information

or warning

symbol illuminates

(depending on the vehicle's speed), a graphic will be displayed in instrument panel and an explanatory text message

3

will also be displayed in the instrument panel. Stop the vehicle in a safe place as soon as possible and close the door.

If the vehicle is driven at a speed lower than approximately 5 mph (7 km/h), the information symbol illuminates.

If the vehicle is driven at a speed higher than approximately 5 mph

(7 km/h), the warning symbol illuminates.

If the hood

is not closed properly, the warning symbol illuminates, a graphic will be displayed in instrument panel and an explanatory text message

3

will also be displayed in the instrument panel. Stop the vehicle in a safe place as soon as possible and close the hood.

If the trunk

is not closed properly, the information

symbol illuminates and a graphic will be displayed in instrument panel. Stop the vehicle in a safe place as soon as possible and close the trunk.

Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)

Information displays – indicator symbols

(p. 67)

Engine compartment – coolant (p. 332)

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My Car – introduction

The MY CAR menu system provides access to menus for operating many of the vehicle's functions, such as setting the clock, door mirrors, lock and alarm settings, etc.

Some of the features or functions are standard; others are optional and vary according to model/ market.

Operation

Use the buttons on the center console or the steering wheel keypad to navigate in the menus.

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The center console control panel and the steering wheel keypad. The illustration is generic and the appearance/ location of the buttons may vary.

MY CAR

: opens the MY CAR menu system.

OK/MENU

: Press the button on the center console or the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad to select a menu alternative or to store a selected function in the system's memory.

TUNE

: Turn this control on the center console or the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad to navigate up/down in a menu.

EXIT

EXIT functions

Depending on which function the cursor is pointing to and the menu level, briefly pressing

EXIT will result in:

An in-coming phone call will be rejected

The current function will be cancelled

Characters entered will be erased

The most recent selection will be cancelled

Go back/up in the menu system

Pressing and holding

EXIT

takes you to the normal view for MY CAR. If you are already in normal view, this will take you to the main source menu.

Menu selections and paths

Please consult your Sensus Infotainment supplement for a description of the MY CAR menu selections and paths.

Information displays – ambient temperature sensor

Location of the ambient temperature sensor, A: digital instrument panel

*

, B: analog instrument panel

NOTE

When the ambient temperature is between

23° and 36 °F (–5° and +2 °C), a snowflake symbol will be displayed next to the temperature. This symbol serves as a warning for possible slippery road surfaces. Please note that this symbol does not

indicate a fault with your vehicle.

At low speeds or when the vehicle is not moving, the temperature readings may be slightly higher than the actual ambient temperature.

Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)

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Information displays – trip odometer and clock

The trip odometers

T1

and

T2

and clock are displayed in the instrument panel.

Trip odometers

Clock

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Inserting/removing remote key

The remote key is used to start the engine or to use various electrical functions without starting the engine.

Inserting and removing the remote key

Trip odometer

4

Odometer display

Turn the thumb wheel on the left steering wheel lever to display the desired trip odometer.

Press and hold the

RESET

button on the left steering wheel lever for at least 1 second to reset the selected trip odometer

5

.

Clock, digital instrument panel

*

Display

6

Setting the clock

The clock can be set in the

MY CAR

menu sys-

tem. See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for addi-

tional information about these menus.

Go to

Settings System options Time settings

. Set

Auto time

to ON (check the box) and select the correct time zone under

Location

.

Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)

Ignition slot with remote key and

START/STOP

ENGINE

button.

Inserting the remote key

7

Holding the end of the remote key with the base of the key blade, insert the remote key into the ignition slot as shown in the illustration and press it in as far as possible.

5

6

4 The trip odometer will be displayed differently in analog and digital instrument panels

Models with a digital information panel: press and hold

RESET

for more than approximately 4 seconds to reset all trip computer information

Models with an analog instrument panel: the time will be displayed in the center of the instrument panel

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CAUTION

Foreign objects in the ignition slot can impair function or cause damage.

Removing the remote key

The remote key can be removed from the ignition slot by pulling it out.

Related information

Ignition modes (p. 74)

Ignition modes

The vehicle's ignition has 3 modes:

0

,

I

, and

II that can be used without starting the engine.

The following table shows examples of which functions are available in the respective modes.

NOTE

To access ignition modes

I

or

II

without starting the engine, the brake pedal must not

be depressed.

Mode

0

I

II

Function

The odometer, clock and temperature gauge are illuminated. Power seats

* can be adjusted and the infotainment system can be used for a limited time

(to minimize battery drain, see the

Sensus Infotainment Supplement).

The Moonroof

*

, power windows,12volt sockets in the passenger compartment, navigation system

*

, climate system blower, windshield wipers can be used.

The headlights/taillights illuminate.

Warning/indicator lights illuminate for

5 seconds. Other systems are activated. However, the heated seats

*

and heated rear window function can only be activated when the engine is running.

Mode II should only be used for very short periods to help avoid draining the battery.

Ignition modes

Ignition mode 0

The vehicle is unlocked.

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Ignition mode I

With the remote key fully pressed into the ignition slot

8

, press

START/STOP ENGINE briefly.

Ignition mode II

With the remote key fully pressed into the ignition slot

8

, press

START/STOP ENGINE for approximately 2 seconds.

Returning to mode 0

To return to mode

0

from mode

II

or

I

, press

START/STOP ENGINE

briefly.

Starting and stopping the engine

See Starting the engine (p. 250) and Switching

off the engine (p. 252) for information on star-

ting the engine and switching it off.

Emergency towing

See Towing the vehicle (p. 286) for important

information about the remote key when the vehicle is being towed.

Related information

Inserting/removing remote key (p. 73)

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Front seats

The front seats can be adjusted in a number of ways to help provide the most comfortable seating position.

WARNING

Do not adjust the seat while driving. The seat should be adjusted so that the brake pedal can be depressed fully. In addition, position the seat as far rearward as comfort and control allow.

Check that the seat is securely locked into position after adjusting.

Related information

Front seats – power seat (p. 76)

Rear seats – folding backrest (p. 81)

Rear seats – head restraints (p. 79)

Raise/lower the seat, pump up/down.

Front-rear adjustment: lift the bar and move the seat to the position of your choice.

Raise/lower front edge of seat cushion, pump up/down.

Backrest tilt: turn the control to adjust the angle of the backrest.

Electronic lumbar support

*

. Press the button to adjust.

Control panel for power seat

*

, see Front seats – power seat (p. 76).

8 Not necessary in vehicles with the optional keyless drive.

* Option/accessory.

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Front seats – folding backrest

*

9

The front passenger's seat backrest can be folded down to make it easier to transport long objects.

The front passenger seat backrest can be folded to a horizontal position to make room for a long load. Fold the backrest as follows:

Move the seat as far back and down as possible.

Adjust the backrest to an upright position.

Lift the catches on the rear of the backrest.

Without releasing the catches, push the backrest forward.

Move the seat as far forward as possible so that the head restraint slides under the glove compartment.

Return the seat to its upright position in the reverse order.

WARNING

When transporting long objects, cover sharp edges on the load to help prevent injury to occupants. Secure the load to help prevent shifting during sudden stops.

When the seat's backrest is returned to the upright position, push and pull it to be sure that it is securely locked in this position.

Related information

Front seats (p. 75)

Front seats – power seat (p. 76)

Rear seats – folding backrest (p. 81)

Rear seats – head restraints (p. 79)

Front seats – power seat

10

The power seat(s) can be adjusted for a short period after unlocking the door with the remote control without the key in the ignition slot. Seat adjustment is normally made when the ignition is on and can always be made when the engine is running.

Power seat

Power seat adjustment controls

Front edge of seat cushion up/down

Raise/lower the seat

Seat forward/rearward

Backrest tilt

Electronic lumbar support

*

9 The front passenger's seat backrest on models equipped with the optional sport seat cannot be folded down

10 Optional on certain models

* Option/accessory.

Operation

NOTE

Only one of the power seat's controls can be used at the same time.

The power seats have an overload protector that activates if a seat is blocked by any object. If this occurs, switch off the ignition (key in position

0

) and wait for a short period before operating the seat again.

Power seat memory function

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Button for storing a position

M

(memory) button

Programming the seat's memory

Three different seating and door mirror positions can be stored in the driver seat's memory.

The following example explains how button (1) can be programmed. Buttons (2) and (3) are programmed in the same way.

To program (store) a seat and door mirror position in button (1):

1. Move the seat (and door mirrors) to the desired positions using the seat and mirror adjustment controls.

2. Press and hold down the

M

(memory) button

(4).

3. With the memory button depressed, press button (1) briefly to store the current position for the seat/mirrors.

To move the seat and mirrors to the position that they were in when a button was programmed:

Press and hold down button (1) until the seat and mirrors stop moving.

NOTE

As a safety precaution, the seat will stop automatically if the button is released before the seat has reached the preset position.

Heated seats

*

See Heated seats (p. 126).

Related information

Front seats (p. 75)

Rear seats – folding backrest (p. 81)

Rear seats – head restraints (p. 79)

Power seat memory buttons

Button for storing a position

Button for storing a position

* Option/accessory.

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Key memory – power driver's seat

*

and door mirrors

Each remote key has a memory that enables it to store (remember) the position of the power driver's seat and door mirrors when the vehicle is locked with that remote key.

Remote key memory and the power driver's seat

*

and door mirrors

11

3. To activate the remote key memory feature, press

ENTER

(check the box).

> The remote key is now ready to store the position of the power driver's seat and door mirrors.

Repeat this procedure for each of the vehicle's remote keys.

See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for a descrip-

tion of the menu system.

Storing the positions of the power driver's seat/mirrors in the remote key

1. Move the seat and door mirrors to the desired position using the seat and mirror adjustment controls.

2. Exit the vehicle and lock the doors with the remote key (or close the driver's door and press the lock button on the door handle with the remote key in your possession on vehicles with the optional keyless drive).

> The positions of the power driver's seat and door mirrors are now stored in the remote key's memory.

The key memory has to be activated for each of the remote keys used in the vehicle

as follows:

1. Insert a remote key in the ignition slot.

2. Go into the

MY CAR

menu and go to

Settings memory

Car settings Car key

11 This information also applies to vehicles with the optional keyless drive.

NOTE

The remote key's memory feature and the power driver's seat memory function (the settings made using the buttons on the side of the seat, see the section "Power seat mem-

ory function" in Front seats – power seat

(p. 76)) work independently of each other.

* Option/accessory.

Returning the seat/mirrors to the stored positions

To move the seat and door mirrors to the position stored in the remote key:

1. Unlock the driver's door with the same remote key (the one used to lock the doors).

For models equipped with the optional keyless drive, you must have the same remote key in your possession.

2. Open the driver's door within 2 minutes.

The driver's seat and door mirrors will automatically move to the position in which you left them

(if the vehicle has been unlocked with one of the other keys and new seat/mirror adjustments have been made).

NOTE

The seat will move to this position even if someone else has moved it to a different position and locked the vehicle with a different

remote key.

This feature will work in the same way with all of the remote keys that you use with your vehicle.

Emergency stop

WARNING

Because the driver's seat can be adjusted with the ignition off, children should never be left unattended in the vehicle.

Movement of the seat can be STOPPED at any time by pressing any button on the power seat control panel.

Do not adjust the seat while driving. The seat should be adjusted so that the brake pedal can be depressed fully. In addition, position the seat as far rearward as comfort and control allow.

The seat rails on the floor must not be obstructed in any way when the seat is in motion.

Related information

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Rear seats – head restraints

The rear seat head restraints can be folded down. The center head restraint can be raised/ lowered according to the passenger's height.

Rear center head restraint

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Automatically folding down the rear seat’s outboard head restraints

The center head restraint should be adjusted according to the passenger's height. The restraint should be carefully adjusted to support the occupant's head.

Pull the head restraint up as required.

To lower, press the button at the base of the head restraint’s left support while pressing the head restrain down carefully.

WARNING

The center rear seat head restraint should only be in its lowest position when this seat is

NOT occupied. When the center seat is occupied, the head restraint must be correctly adjusted to the passenger’s height so that, if possible, the entire back of the head is covered.

1. The ignition must be in mode

II

.

2. Press the button to lower the rear head restraints for improved visibility.

NOTE

The head restraint must be returned to the upright position manually.

The outboard head restraints cannot be folded down on models that are not equipped with this button.

CAUTION

The rear head restraints should not be kept folded down for prolonged periods. This could result in pressure marks in leather upholstery.

WARNING

For safety reasons, no one should be allowed to sit in the outboard rear seat positions if the head restraints are folded down. If these positions are occupied, the head restraints should be in the upright (fixed) position.

Related information

Front seats (p. 75)

Front seats – power seat (p. 76)

Rear seats – head restraints (p. 79)

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Rear seats – folding backrest

The rear seat head restraints and backrests can be folded down. The center head restraint can be raised/lowered according to the passenger's height.

Folding down the rear seat backrests

The rear seat backrests are split and can be folded down together or separately

1. Pull the release control handle(s).

2. Fold the backrest forward. Adjust the center seat head restraint if necessary.

NOTE

When the backrests are folded down, move the outboard head restraints forward slightly so that they do not press on the seat cushion.

CAUTION

To help avoid damage to the upholstery, there should be no objects on the rear seat and the seat belt should not be buckled when the backrest is folded down.

WARNING

Keep vehicle doors and trunk locked and keep keys out of a child’s reach. Unsupervised children could lock themselves in an open trunk and risk injury. Children should be taught not to play in vehicles.

On hot days, the temperature in the trunk or vehicle interior can rise very quickly.

Exposure of people to these high temperatures for even a short period of time can cause heat-related injury or death. Small children are particularly at risk.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

WARNING

When one or more sections of the backrest is returned to the upright position, check that it is properly locked in place by pushing and pulling it.

Return the outboard head restraints to the upright position.

Long loads should always be securely anchored to help avoid injury in the event of a sudden stop.

Always turn the engine off and apply the parking brake when loading/unloading the vehicle.

Place the transmission in the Park (

P

) position to help prevent inadvertent movement of the gear selector.

On hot days, the temperature in the vehicle interior can rise very quickly. Exposure of people to these high temperatures for even a short period of time can cause heat-related injury or death. Small children are particularly at risk.

Related information

Front seats (p. 75)

Front seats – power seat (p. 76)

Rear seats – head restraints (p. 79)

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Steering wheel

The steering wheel can be adjusted to various positions and has controls for the horn, cruise control

*

, menus, the infotainment system and

Bluetooth

®

-connected cell phone.

Adjusting

3. Push back the lever to lock the steering wheel in place. If the lever is difficult to push into place, press the steering wheel lightly at the same time as you push the lever.

WARNING

Never adjust the steering wheel while driving.

Keypads and steering wheel paddles

*

Horn

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Adjusting the steering wheel

Lever for releasing/locking the steering wheel

Possible positions

To adjust the steering wheel's height and reach:

1. Pull the lever toward you to release the steering wheel.

2. Adjust the steering wheel to the position that suits you.

Steering wheel keypads and paddles

*

Cruise control, see Cruise control (CC) – introduction (p. 172). Adaptive cruise con-

trol

*

, see Adaptive Cruise Control – introduction (p. 175).

Paddles for manually shifting gears (Gear-

tronic), see Transmission – Geartronic

(p. 257).

Infotainment system controls, see Sensus

Infotainment supplement.

Horn

Press the steering wheel hub to sound the horn.

Related information

Electrically heated

*

steering wheel (p. 83)

* Option/accessory.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Electrically heated

*

steering wheel

The steering wheel can be heated electrically.

Lighting panel

The lighting panel is used to control the daytime running lights, parking lights, etc., and to adjust

the instrument panel lighting and "theater" lighting (p. 88).

Button for steering wheel heating

With the engine running, press this button once to begin warming the steering wheel (press again to switch off). The indicator light in the button will illuminate when the function is active.

This function can also be started automatically

(the setting can be activated/deactivated in the

MY CAR menu) if the vehicle is cold and the ambient temperature is below approximately 50°

F (10° C).

Lighting panel overview

Thumb wheel for adjusting display, instru-

ment and "theater" lighting (see Instrument and "theater" lighting (p. 88))

Rear fog lights (see Rear fog lights (p. 89))

Headlight switch

Volvo recommends using the whenever possible.

position

Headlight switch positions

Daytime running lights function as follows:

12 The parking lights will be on in this position, even if the ignition is switched off.

With the headlight switch in the tion:

posi-

In the

US

: the daytime running lights will be off

In

Canada

: the daytime running lights will be on

With the headlight switch in the 12 position and the ignition in mode II or if the engine is running

(see Ignition modes (p. 74))

In the

US

: the daytime running lights will be off

In

Canada

: the daytime running lights will be on

With the headlight switch in the tion:

posi-

The daytime running lights will be on

(the low beam headlights will automatically switch on in dark conditions)

US models only

: The daytime running lights in

mode can be switched on or off in the

MY CAR

menu system under

Settings settings lights

.

Light settings

Car

Daytime running

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

NOTE

Volvo recommends the use of Daytime Running Lights in the United States. The use of these lights is mandatory in Canada

.

With the headlight switch in the tion:

posi-

The daytime running lights will be off

and the low beam headlights will be on

High/low beam headlights

When the engine is started, the low beams are activated automatically if the headlight control is in position .

High beam flash

Pull the lever toward the steering wheel to position 1. The high beams come on until the lever is released.

Related information

Active Bending Lights (ABL)

*

(p. 86)

Active high beams (AHB)

*

(p. 85)

Lighting panel (p. 83)

Tunnel detection (models with the rain sensor

*

only) (p. 86)

Headlight switch and steering wheel lever

High beam flash

Toggle between high and low beams

Continuous high beam headlights

With the headlight switch in the (in dark conditions only, when the daytime running lights have automatically switched off and the low beam headlights have switched on) or position:

Pull the lever toward the steering wheel to position 2 and release it to toggle between low and high beams.

* Option/accessory.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Active high beams (AHB)

*

AHB uses a camera at the upper edge of the windshield to detect the headlights of oncoming vehicles or the taillights of a vehicle directly ahead. When this happens, the headlights will automatically switch from high beams to low beams. When the camera no longer detects the headlights/taillights of other vehicles, your headlights will switch back to high beams after several seconds.

To activate AHB:

Turn the headlight control to the tion.

posi-

The feature will begin functioning if the engine has been running for at least 20 seconds and the vehicle's speed is at least 12 mph (20 km/h).

Switch AHB on or off by pulling the left steering wheel lever rearward (toward the steering wheel) as far as possible and releasing it. If AHB is switched off while the high beams are on, the headlights will change to low beams.

Models with an analog instrument panel

When AHB is activated, the symbol will illuminate in the instrument panel. The high beam indicator ( ) in the instrument panel will also illuminate when the high beams are on.

Models with a digital instrument panel

When AHB is activated, will illuminate as a white

symbol in the instrument panel. When the high beams are on, the symbol will change to blue.

Headlight switch in the

AUTO

position

NOTE

Keep the windshield in front of the camera free of ice, snow, dirt, etc.

Do not mount or in any way attach anything on the windshield that could obstruct the camera.

If

Active high beam Temporary unavailable

Switch manually

is displayed in the instrument panel, switching between high and low beams will have to be done manually. However, the light switch can remain in the position. The same applies if

Windscreen Sensors blocked is displayed and the symbol is displayed.

The symbol will go out when these messages are displayed.

AHB may be temporarily unavailable (e.g., in heavy fog or rain). When AHB becomes active again or if the sensors in the windshield are no longer obscured, the messages will disappear and the symbol will illuminate.

CAUTION

In the following situations, it may be necessary to switch between high and low beams manually:

In heavy fog or rain

In blowing snow or slush

* Option/accessory.

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In bright moonlight

In freezing rain

In areas with dim street lighting

When oncoming vehicles have dim front lighting

If there are pedestrians on or near the road

If there are reflective objects, such as signs, near the road

When oncoming vehicles' lights are obscured by e.g., fences, bushes, etc.

When there are vehicles on connecting roads

At the top of hills or in dips in the road

In sharp curves

See The camera’s limitations (p. 209) for more

information about the camera's limitations.

Related information

High/low beam headlights (p. 84)

Lighting panel (p. 83)

Tunnel detection (models with the rain sensor

*

only)

For models without automatic low beams, tunnel detection activates the low beams when the vehicle enters a tunnel. The low beams are switched off approx. 20 seconds after the vehicle leaves the tunnel.

The rain sensor reacts to the change in lighting conditions when, for example, the vehicle enters a tunnel and the tunnel detection feature will then activate the low beam headlights. The low beams will be switched off approx. 20 seconds after the vehicle leaves the tunnel.

The rain sensor does not have to be activated for tunnel detection to function.

Related information

Lighting panel (p. 83)

High/low beam headlights (p. 84)

Active Bending Lights (ABL)

*

With ABL activated, the headlight beams adjust laterally to help light up a curve according to movements of the steering wheel (see the rightpointing beam in the following illustration).

Headlight pattern with the Active Bending Light function deactivated (left) and activated (right)

ABL is activated automatically

13

when the engine is started.

The function can be deactivated/reactivated in the

MY CAR

menu system under

My S60

Active Bending Lights

or under

Settings

Car settings

Bending Lights

.

Light settings Active

See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for a descrip-

tion of the menu system.

13 The factory default setting is on.

86 * Option/accessory.

NOTE

This function is only active in twilight or dark conditions, and only when the vehicle is in motion.

If a fault should occur in the system, the symbol will illuminate and a message will be displayed as shown in the table.

Symbol Display

Headlamp failure

Service required

Explanation

The system is not functioning properly and should be inspected/repaired by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Cornering lights

14

Models equipped with ABL also have front cornering lights that temporarily provide extra light to the front left or right of the vehicle at low speeds when making a sharp turn (for example, when turning into a parking space) or when the turn signals are used.

This feature is activated when:

High or low beam headlights are on and

The vehicle's speed is below 20 mph

(30 km/h)

The feature is also activated when the vehicle is backing up.

The cornering lights are deactivated when the vehicle's speed exceeds approx. 25 mph

(40 km/h).

Related information

Lighting panel (p. 83)

High/low beam headlights (p. 84)

Active high beams (AHB)

*

(p. 85)

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Auxiliary lights

*

If the vehicle is fitted with auxiliary lights, the driver can use the

MY CAR

menu system to choose to deactivate and turn these lights on and off along with the high beam headlights.

The auxiliary lights must be connected to the vehicle's electrical system, which should only be done by a trained and authorized Volvo service

technician. See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for

more information about the menu system.

14 Certain models only

* Option/accessory.

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Instrument and "theater" lighting

Instrument lighting

Illumination of the display and instrument lights will vary, depending on ignition mode.

The display lighting is automatically subdued in darkness and the sensitivity is set with the thumb wheel.

The intensity of the instrument lighting is adjusted with the thumb wheel.

"Theater" lighting

When the overhead courtesy lighting has gone out and the engine is running, several LEDs located near the roof console illuminate to provide faint lighting for the occupants of the front seats. This lighting goes out just after the overhead courtesy lighting when the vehicle is locked.

Related information

Lighting panel (p. 83)

Front interior lighting (p. 91)

Rear interior lighting (p. 92)

Ignition modes (p. 74)

Parking lights

Turn the headlight switch to the position

(the license plate lighting comes on at the same time).

Headlight switch in the parking light position

Canadian models:

If the ignition is in position

II or the engine is running, the daytime running lights will also be on.

With the headlight switch in this position, the parking lights will remain on even when the ignition is switched off.

In dark ambient lighting conditions, the rear parking lights also illuminate when the trunk is opened to alert anyone traveling behind your vehicle. This happens regardless of the position that the headlight control is in or which mode the ignition is in.

Related information

Lighting panel (p. 83)

Rear fog lights

The rear fog lights are considerably brighter than the normal taillights and should be used only when conditions such as fog, rain, snow, smoke or dust reduce visibility for other vehicles to less than 500 ft. (150 meters).

NOTE

The rear fog lights are considerably brighter than the normal taillights and should be used only when conditions such as fog, rain, snow, smoke or dust reduce visibility for other vehicles to less than 500 ft. (150 meters).

Condensation may form temporarily on the inside of the lenses of exterior lights such as headlights, fog lights, or taillights.

This is normal and the lights are designed to withstand moisture. Normally, condensation will dissipate after the lights have been on for a short time.

Related information

Lighting panel (p. 83)

The rear fog lights will only function in combination with the high/low beam headlights.

Press the button to switch the rear fog lights on/off.

> The rear fog light indicator symbol on the instrument panel and the light in the button illuminate when the rear fog lights are switched on.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Hazard warning flashers

The hazard warning flasher should be used to indicate that the vehicle has become a traffic hazard.

When the function is activated, both turn signal indicators in the instrument panel will flash.

Location of the hazard warning flasher button

To activate the flashers, press the button in the center dash. Press the button again to turn off the flashers.

NOTE

Regulations regarding the use of the hazard warning flasher may vary, depending on where you live.

The hazard warning flashers will be activated automatically if an airbag deploys.

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Related information

Turn signals (p. 90)

Turn signals

The turn signals are controlled by the left steering wheel lever.

When turning

Move the lever as far up or down as possible to start the turn signals. The turn signals will be cancelled automatically by the movement of the steering wheel, or the lever can be returned to its initial position by hand.

Related information

Hazard warning flashers (p. 89)

Turn signals

When changing lanes

The driver can automatically flash the turn signals 3 times by moving the turn signal lever up or down to the first position and releasing it.

NOTE

This automatic flashing sequence can be interrupted by immediately moving the lever in the opposite direction.

If the turn signal indicator flashes faster than normal, check for a burned-out turn signal bulb.

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Front interior lighting

The lighting in the front part of the passenger compartment is controlled with the buttons in the ceiling console.

Light switches, front roof lighting

Drivers side front reading light, on/off

Passenger's side front reading light, on/off

Overhead courtesy lighting.

Switch (3) has three positions for all passenger compartment lighting:

Off

: right side depressed, automatic lighting off.

Neutral position

: automatic lighting is on.

On

– left side depressed, passenger compartment lighting on.

Overhead courtesy lighting

The passenger compartment lighting is switched on and off automatically when button (3) is in the neutral position.

The lighting comes on and remains on for

30 seconds if:

• the vehicle is unlocked from the outside with the key or remote control

• the engine is switched off and the ignition is in mode

0

.

The lighting switches off when:

• the engine is started the vehicle is locked from the outside.

The lighting comes on and remains on for two minutes if one of the doors is open.

The passenger compartment lighting can be switched on and off manually within 30 minutes after the vehicle has been unlocked.

If the lighting is switched on manually and the vehicle is locked, the courtesy lighting will switch off automatically after one minute.

Courtesy lights/door step lighting

*

The courtesy lights/door step lighting switch on/off automatically when one of the front doors is opened/closed.

Glove compartment lighting

The glove compartment lighting switches on/off automatically when the lid is opened/closed.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Related information

Rear interior lighting (p. 92)

* Option/accessory.

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Rear interior lighting

The lights are switched on or off by pressing each respective button.

Rear reading lights

Trunk lighting

The trunk lighting comes on automatically when the trunk lid is opened.

Related information

Front interior lighting (p. 91)

Home safe lighting

When you leave your vehicle at night, you can make use of the home safe lighting function to illuminate the area in front of the vehicle.

This function illuminates the headlights, parking lights, lights in the door mirrors and license plate lights. These lights will remain on for 30

15

, 60 or

90 seconds. The time interval can be set in

MY CAR

under

Settings Car settings

Light settings Home safe light duration

.

See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for a descrip-

tion of the menu system.

1. Remove the key from the ignition slot to put the ignition in mode

0

(see Ignition modes

(p. 74) for information about the ignition

modes).

2. Pull the turn signal lever as far as possible towards the steering wheel and release it.

3. Exit the vehicle and lock the doors.

Related information

Approach lighting (p. 92)

Approach lighting

Approach lighting activates the parking lights, door mirror lights, license plate lighting, dome lighting and door step lighting when you approach the vehicle.

This function is activated by pressing the approach light button on the remote key (see the

illustration in Remote key – functions (p. 147)).

The time interval for this lighting can be set by pressing

MY CAR

and going to

Car settings

Light settings Approach light duration

. See

My Car – introduction (p. 71) for a description of

the menu system.

Related information

Home safe lighting (p. 92)

92

15 Factory setting

Windshield wipers

Move the lever toward the steering wheel to start the windshield and headlight washers. After the lever is released the wipers make several extra sweeps.

Windshield wipers and washers

Rain sensor

*

on/off

Thumb wheel sensitivity/frequency

CAUTION

Use ample washer fluid when washing the windshield. The windshield should be thoroughly wet when the wipers are in operation.

Before using the wipers, ice and snow should be removed from the windshield/ rear window. Be sure the wiper blades are not frozen in place.

Windshield wipers off

Move the lever to position

0

to switch off the windshield wipers.

Single sweep

Move the lever upward from position

0 to sweep the windshield one stroke at a time for as long as the lever is held up.

Intermittent wiping

With the lever in this position, you can set the wiper interval by twisting the thumb wheel upward to increase wiper speed or downward to decrease the speed.

Continuous wiping

The wipers operate at normal speed.

The wipers operate at high speed.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Windshield wiper service position

The windshield wipers must be in the service position before the wiper blades can be cleaned

or replaced. See Wiper blades – service position

(p. 342) for additional information.

Related information

Engine compartment – washer fluid (p. 344)

* Option/accessory.

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Rain sensor

*

The rain sensor automatically regulates wiper speed according to the amount of water on the windshield.

The sensitivity of the rain sensor can be adjusted moving the thumb wheel up (the wipers will sweep the windshield more frequently) or down

(the wipers will sweep the windshield less frequently).

NOTE

The wipers will make an extra sweep each time the thumb wheel is adjusted upward.

When the rain sensor is activated, the symbol

will illuminate in the instrument panel.

Activating and setting the sensitivity

When activating the rain sensor, the vehicle must be running or in ignition mode

II

and the windshield wiper lever must be in position

0

or in the single sweep position.

Activate the rain sensor by pressing the button sweep.

. The windshield wipers will make one

Press the lever up for the wipers to make an extra sweep. The rain sensor returns to active mode when the stalk is released back to position

0

.

Deactivating

Deactivate the rain sensor by pressing the button

or press the lever down to another wiper position.

The rain sensor is automatically deactivated when the key is removed from the ignition slot or five minutes after the ignition has been switched off.

CAUTION

The rain sensor should be deactivated when washing the car in an automatic car wash, etc.

If the rain sensor function is left on, the wipers will start inadvertently in the car wash and could be damaged.

Windshield washer

Move the lever toward the steering wheel to start the windshield and headlight washers. After the lever is released the wipers make several extra sweeps.

Washing function

Heated washer nozzles

*

The washer nozzles are heated automatically in cold weather to help prevent the washer fluid from freezing.

High-pressure headlight washing *

High-pressure headlight washing consumes a large quantity of washer fluid. To save fluid, the headlights are washed using two alternatives:

Low/high beam headlights on.

The headlights will be washed the first time the windshield is washed. Thereafter, the headlights will only be washed once for every five times

* Option/accessory.

Related information

• the windshield is washed within a 10-minute period.

Parking lights on.

Optional Active Bending

Lights will be washed once for every five times the windshield is washed. Normal halogen headlights will not be washed.

CAUTION

Use ample washer fluid when washing the windshield. The windshield should be thoroughly wet when the wipers are in operation.

When approx. 1 US quart (1 liter) of washer fluid remains in the reservoir, the headlights will no longer be washed. A text message will also be displayed to remind the driver to fill the washer fluid reservoir.

Engine compartment – washer fluid (p. 344)

Tailgate wiper/washer

The tailgate wiper operates at two speeds: intermittent and continuous.

NOTE

The rear wiper is equipped with a cut-off function, which means that it will not operate if its electric motor overheats. The wiper will function again after a cool-down period

(30 seconds or longer, depending on the heat of the motor and ambient temperature conditions).

Tailgate wiper and reverse gear

If the windshield wipers are on and the transmission is put into reverse gear, the tailgate wiper will go into intermittent wiping function

16

. This function is deactivated when a different gear is selected.

NOTE

On vehicles with the optional rain sensor, the tailgate wiper will be activated when reverse is selected, if the rain sensor is activated and it is raining.

If the tailgate wiper is in the normal (continuous) wiping mode, selecting different gears will not affect its function.

16 Consult your Volvo retailer if you would like to have this function deactivated.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Related information

Engine compartment – washer fluid (p. 344)

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Power windows

All power windows can be operated using the control panel in the driver's door. The control panels in the other doors only operate the window in the respective doors.

Driver's door control panel

Switch for disengaging rear door power window buttons

Rear door window controls

Front door window controls.

WARNING

Always remove the ignition key when the vehicle is unattended to put the ignition in mode

0

(see Ignition modes (p. 74) for

information about the ignition modes).

Never leave children unattended in the vehicle.

Make sure that the windows are completely unobstructed before they are operated.

Operating

Operating the power windows

Manual up/down

Auto up/down.

For the power windows to function, the ignition must be in at least mode

I

. When the vehicle has been running, the power windows can be operated for several minutes after the remote key has been removed from the ignition slot, or until a door has been opened.

NOTE

Movement of the windows will stop if they are obstructed in any way.

To reduce buffeting wind noise if the rear windows are opened, also open the front windows slightly.

Manual up/down

Move one of the controls up/down slightly.

> The power windows move up/down as long as the control is held in position.

Auto up/down

Move one of the controls up/down as far as possible and release it.

> The window will open or close completely.

Resetting

If the battery has been disconnected, the auto open function must be reset so that it will work properly.

1. Gently raise the front section of the button to close the window and hold it for one second.

2. Release the button briefly.

3. Raise the front section of the button again for one second.

Sun shades

A sun shade can be integrated into the rear parcel shelf.

Integrated rear sun shade *

Integrated sun shade

Pull up the sun shade and attach its hooks to the ceiling clips.

> The sun shade's spring-loading will pull it taut.

When not in use, release the hooks and hold the sun shade while it retracts.

Related information

Ignition modes (p. 74)

Power door mirrors

The control on the driver's door is used to adjust the position of the door mirrors.

Door mirror controls

Adjusting

1. Press the

L

button for the left door mirror or the

R

button for the right door mirror. The light in the button comes on.

2. Adjust the position with the joystick in the center.

3. Press the

L

or

R

button again. The light should no longer be on.

WARNING

Objects seen in the wide-angle passenger's side mirror may be closer than they appear to be.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Retractable power door mirrors

*

The mirrors can be retracted for parking/driving in narrow spaces:

1. Press down the

L

and

R

buttons at the same time.

2. Release them after approximately one second. The mirrors automatically stop in the fully retracted position.

Fold out the mirrors by pressing down the

L

and

R

buttons at the same time. The mirrors automatically stop in the fully extended position.

Storing the position

*

The mirror positions are stored in the key memory when the vehicle has been locked with the remote key. When the vehicle is unlocked with the same remote control the mirrors and the driver's seat adopt the stored positions when the driver's door is opened.

The function can be activated/deactivated in

MY CAR

under

Settings Car settings Car key memory Personal settings in key memory

. See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for a

description of the menu system.

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Tilting the door mirrors when parking

*

The door mirrors can be tilted down to help give the driver a better view along the sides of the vehicle, for example when parallel parking.

To activate this function, select reverse gear and press the

L

or

R

mirror control button to tilt the mirror down.

The function can be activated/deactivated in

MY CAR

under

Settings Car settings

Side mirror settings Tilt left mirror

or

Tilt right mirror

. See My Car – introduction (p. 71)

for a description of the menu system.

The door mirror will reset to its normal position:

• after 10 seconds when reverse is disengaged and the car remains stopped.

• immediately when reverse is disengaged and the vehicle's forward speed exceeds approximately 6 mph (10 km/h).

immediately if you press the corresponding

L or

R

button again.

when the engine is turned off.

when the side mirrors are folded in.

NOTE

Only one mirror can be tilted down at a time.

Home safe and approach lighting

The light on the door mirrors comes on when approach lighting or home safe lighting is

selected, see Approach lighting (p. 92) and

Home safe lighting (p. 92).

Related information

Interior rearview mirror (p. 100)

Heated windshield

*

, rear window and door mirror defrosters (p. 99)

Power door mirrors – automatic tilting/ retraction (p. 98)

Power door mirrors – automatic tilting/retraction

The control on the driver's door is used to adjust the position of the door mirrors.

Automatically tilting the door mirrors when parking

The door mirrors can tilt down automatically to help give the driver a better view along the sides of the vehicle, for example when parallel parking.

When the transmission is no longer in reverse, the mirrors will automatically return to their original position.

This function can be activated/deactivated in

MY

CAR

under

Settings Car settings Side mirror settings In reverse gear tilt left mirror

or

In reverse gear tilt right mirror

. See

My Car – introduction (p. 71) for information

about the

MY CAR

menu system.

Automatic retraction when locking

When the vehicle is locked/unlocked with the remote key the door mirrors are automatically retracted/extended.

The function can be activated/deactivated in

MY CAR

under

Settings Car settings

Side mirror settings Retract side mirrors when locking

. See My Car – introduction (p. 71)

for a description of the menu system.

98 * Option/accessory.

Resetting to neutral

Mirrors that have been moved out of position by an external force must be electrically reset to the neutral position for electric retracting/extending to work.

Retract the mirrors with the

L

and

R

buttons.

Fold them out again with the

L

and

R

buttons.

The mirrors are now reset in neutral position.

Related information

Interior rearview mirror (p. 100)

Heated windshield

*

, rear window and door mirror defrosters (p. 99)

Heated windshield

*

, rear window and door mirror defrosters

The heating function is used to defrost/de-ice the windshield and/or the rear window and door mirrors.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS the ignition is switched off) if the ambient temperature remains below 45 °F (7 °C).

Auto-defrosting for the rear window and door mirrors (if the vehicle is started when the ambient temperature is below 45 °F (7 °C) can be selected in MY CAR under

Settings settings Automatic rear defroster

.

Climate

If the Engine Remote Start (ERS)

*

function is used, the electrically heated windshield function will be activated automatically at temperatures below approx. 40 °F (+5 °C) if auto-defrosting has been selected in the MY CAR menu.

See My Car – introduction (p. 71) for a descrip-

tion of the menu system.

Heated windshield

Heated rear window and door mirrors

Press button (1) to defrost/de-ice the windshield and/or button (2) to defrost the rear window and door mirrors. The indicator lights in the respective buttons indicate that the function is active. Switch the function off when then windshield/rear window/mirrors have cleared to help avoid battery drain. The heating function will also switch off automatically after a certain amount of time.

The rear window is then defogged/de-iced (the function will switch on and off automatically until

* Option/accessory.

99

100

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Interior rearview mirror

The interior rearview mirror has an auto-dim function that helps reduce glare from following vehicle's headlights.

Auto-dim function

The interior rearview mirror’s auto-dim function is controlled by two sensors: one pointing forward

(located on the forward-facing side of the mirror, which monitors the amount of ambient light) and one pointing rearward (located on the side of the mirror facing the driver at the upper edge, which senses the strength of following vehicles' headlights), and work together to help eliminate glare.

17

NOTE

Obstructing the forward sensor with e.g., parking stickers, transponders, etc., or the rear sensor by placing objects on the parcel shelf or the rear seat in such a way that light is prevented from reaching the sensor will reduce the auto-dim function in the interior rearview mirror and optional auto-dim function in the door mirrors.

Related information

Power door mirrors (p. 97)

Digital compass

*

The rear-view mirror has an integrated display that shows the compass direction in which the vehicle is traveling.

Operation

Rearview mirror with compass.

Eight different directions are shown with the abbreviations:

N

(north),

NE

(north east),

E

(east),

SE

(southeast),

S

(south),

SW

(southwest),

W

(west) and

NW

(northwest).

The compass is displayed automatically when the vehicle is started or in ignition mode

II

. To switch the compass on/off use a pen, paperclip or similar object and press in the button on the underside of the mirror.

Calibration

North America is divided into 15 magnetic zones and the compass will need to be calibrated if the vehicle is driven into a new one (see the magnetic zones on the map in the following section

"Selecting a magnetic zone"). To do so:

1. Stop the vehicle in a large open area, safely out of traffic and away from steel structures and high-tension electrical wires.

2. Start the vehicle.

NOTE

For best calibration results, switch off all electrical equipment in the vehicle (climate system, windshield wipers, audio system, etc.) and make sure that all doors are closed.

Calibration may not succeed or be incorrect if the vehicle's electrical equipment is not switched off.

3. Using a pen, paperclip or similar object, press and hold the button on the underside of mirror for approx. 6 seconds until

C

is displayed in the mirror.

4. Press and hold the button for 3 seconds until the number of the current magnetic zone is displayed.

17 The auto-dim function is also available as an option on the door mirrors.

* Option/accessory.

5. Press the button repeatedly until the number of the desired magnetic zone (

1-15

) is displayed. See the magnetic zones on the map in the following section "Selecting a magnetic zone").

6. Wait until

C

is again displayed in the mirror.

7. Drive slowly in a circle at a speed of no more than 6 mph (10 km/h) until a direction is displayed. This indicates that calibration is complete.

8. Drive around in a circle an additional two times to fine-tune the calibration.

9.

Vehicles with an electrically heated windshield: *

if

C

is displayed when the heating function is activated, perform step 7 with the

heating function on. See also Max. defroster and electrically heated windshield

*

(p. 128)

for additional information about the heated windshield.

Repeat the calibration procedure if necessary.

Selecting a magnetic zone

1

2

15

14

3

13

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Magnetic zones.

The earth is divided into 15 magnetic zones. The correct zone must be selected for the compass to work correctly.

1. Put the ignition in mode

II

.

2. Using a pen or similar object, press and hold the button on the rear side of mirror for at least 3 seconds. The number for the current area will be shown.

3. Press the button repeatedly until the number for the required geographic area (1 – 15) is shown.

4. The display will revert to showing the compass direction after several seconds.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Power moonroof – introduction

The moonroof controls are located in the ceiling console near the rearview mirror.

The moonroof's sun visor opens automatically but has to be closed manually.

There is a wind blocker in the moonroof's front edge.

The moonroof

18

controls are located in the ceiling console near the rearview mirror. The moonroof can be opened vertically and horizontally.

The vehicle's ignition must be in mode

I

or

II

for the moonroof to be operated.

CAUTION

Remove ice and snow before opening the moonroof.

Do not operate the moonroof if it is frozen closed.

Never place heavy objects on the moonroof.

Visor

The moonroof features a sliding visor. The visor slides open automatically when the moonroof is opened, and must be closed manually.

18 Option on certain models

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* Option/accessory.

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

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Wind blocker

The moonroof is equipped with a wind blocker that folds up when the moonroof is open.

Power moonroof – operation

The moonroof controls are located in the ceiling console near the rearview mirror.

The moonroof's sun visor opens automatically but has to be closed manually.

There is a wind blocker in the moonroof's front edge.

Sliding moonroof

Automatic opening

Pull the switch as far back as possible (to the position for automatic opening) and release it to automatically fully slide open the moonroof.

Manual opening

Pull the switch back to the first stop (the position for manual opening) and hold it until the moonroof has opened to the position of your choice.

Manual closing

Push the switch forward to the first stop (the position for manual closing) and hold it until the moonroof has closed to the position of your choice, or has closed completely.

Sliding moonroof, forward/rearward

Opening, automatic

Opening, manual

Closing, manual

Closing, automatic

102

Automatic closing

Push the switch as far forward as possible

(the position for automatic closing) and release it to automatically close the moonroof.

WARNING

During manual closing, if the moonroof is obstructed, immediately open it again.

Never open or close the moonroof if it is obstructed in any way.

Never allow a child to operate the moonroof.

Never leave a child alone in a vehicle.

When leaving the vehicle, ensure that the ignition is in mode

0

(see Ignition modes

(p. 74) for information about the various

ignition modes) to disable the moonroof.

Never leave the remote key in the vehicle.

Never extend any object or body part though the open moonroof, even if the vehicle's ignition is completely switched off.

Tilt position

Tilt position, raised at the rear edge

Open by pressing the rear edge of the control upward.

Close by pulling the rear edge of the control downward and hold it until the moonroof has closed completely.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

HomeLink

®

Wireless Control

System

*

– introduction

HomeLink

®

can be used to open garage doors, gates, etc.

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* Option/accessory.

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

||

WARNING

If you use HomeLink

®

to open a garage door or gate, be sure no one is near the gate or door while it is in motion.

When programming a garage door opener, it is advised to park outside of the garage.

Do not use HomeLink

®

with any garage door opener that lacks safety stop and reverse features as required by U.S. federal safety standards (this includes any garage door opener model manufactured before April 1, 1982). A garage door that cannot detect an object - signaling the door to stop and reverse - does not meet current U.S. federal safety standards. For more information, contact HomeLink at: www.homelink.com.

The HomeLink

®

19

Wireless Control System provides a convenient way to replace up to three hand-held radio-frequency (RF) transmitters used to activate devices such as gate operators, garage door openers, entry door locks, security systems, even home lighting. Additional information can be found on the Internet at, www.homelink.com/www.youtube.com/

HomeLinkGentex or by phoning the hotline at 1–

800–355–3515.

Retain the original transmitter of the RF device you are programming for use in other vehicles as well as for future HomeLink programming. It is also suggested that upon the sale of the vehicle, the programmed HomeLink buttons be erased for security purposes. Refer to “Resetting Home-

Link Buttons” in HomeLink

®

Wireless Control

System

*

– programming (p. 104).

Using HomeLink

To operate, simply press and hold the programmed HomeLink button until the trained device begins to operate (this may take several seconds). Activation will now occur for the trained device (i.e., garage door opener, gate operator, security system, entry door lock, home/office lighting, etc.). For convenience, the hand-held transmitter of the device may also be used at any time. In the event that there are still programming difficulties or questions, contact HomeLink at: www.homelink.com/www.youtube.com/

HomeLinkGentex or by phoning the hotline at 1–

800–355–3515.

NOTE

If the ignition is switched off, HomeLink will function for 30 minutes after the driver's door has been opened.

HomeLink

®

Wireless Control

System

*

– programming

The HomeLink Wireless Control System provides a convenient way to replace up to three hand-held radio-frequency (RF) transmitters used to activate devices such as gate operators, garage door openers, entry door locks, security systems, even home lighting. Additional information can be found on the Internet atwww.homelink.com/www.youtube.com/

HomeLinkGentex or by phoning the hotline at 1–

800–355–3515.

NOTE

Some vehicles may require the ignition to be switched on or be in the “accessories” position for programming and/or operation of

HomeLink. It is also recommended that a new battery be placed in the hand-held transmitter of the device being programmed to Home-

Link for quicker training and accurate transmission of the radio-frequency signal. The

HomeLink buttons must be reset first. When this has been completed, Homelink is in learning mode so that you can perform programming.

19 HomeLink and the HomeLink house are registered trademarks of Gentex Corporation.

104 * Option/accessory.

1. Position the end of your hand-held transmitter 1–3 inches (5–14 cm) away from the

HomeLink button you wish to program while keeping the indicator light in view.

2. Simultaneously press and hold both the chosen HomeLink and hand-held transmitter buttons until the HomeLink indicator light changes from a slow to a rapidly blinking light. Now you may release both the Home-

Link and hand-held transmitter buttons.

NOTE

Some devices may require you to replace this

Programming Step 2 with procedures noted in the “Gate Operator / Canadian Programming” section. If the HomeLink indicator light does not change to a rapidly blinking light after performing these steps, contact Home-

Link at www.homelink.com/ www.youtube.com/HomeLinkGentex or by phoning the hotline at 1–800–355–3515.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

3. Firmly press, hold for five seconds and release

the programmed HomeLink button up to two separate times to activate the door.

If the door does not activate, press and hold the just-trained HomeLink button and observe the indicator light.

If the indicator light stays on constantly, programming is complete

and your device should activate when the Home-

Link button is pressed and released.

If the indicator light blinks rapidly for two seconds and then turns to a constant light continue with “Programming” steps 4-6

to complete the programming of a rolling code equipped device (most commonly a garage door opener).

5. Firmly press and release the “learn” or

“smart” button. (The name and color of the button may vary by manufacturer.) There are

30 seconds to initiate step 6.

6. Return to the vehicle and firmly press, hold for two seconds and release the programmed HomeLink button. Repeat the

“press/hold/release” sequence a second time, and, depending on the brand of the garage door opener (or other rolling code equipped device), repeat this sequence a third time to complete the programming process.

HomeLink should now activate your rolling code equipped device.

4. At the garage door opener receiver (motorhead unit) in the garage, locate the “learn” or

“smart” button. This can usually be found where the hanging antenna wire is attached to the motor-head unit.

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

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Gate Operator/Canadian Programming

Canadian radio-frequency laws require transmitter signals to “time-out” (or quit) after several seconds of transmission – which may not be long enough for HomeLink to pick up the signal during programming. Similar to this Canadian law, some U.S. gate operators are designed to “timeout” in the same manner.

If you live in Canada or you are having difficulties programming a gate operator or garage door opener by using the “Programming” procedures, replace “Programming HomeLink” step 2 with the following

:

Continue to press and hold the HomeLink button while you press and release - every two seconds

(“cycle”) your hand-held transmitter until the HomeLink indicator light changes from a slow to a rapidly blinking light. Now you may release both the Home-

Link and hand-held transmitter buttons.

Proceed with “Programming” step 3 to complete.

Resetting HomeLink Buttons

Use the following procedure to reset (erase programming) from the three HomeLink buttons

(individual buttons cannot be reset but can be

“reprogrammed” as outlined in the following section):

1. Press and hold the two outer HomeLink buttons until the indicator light begins to flash.

2. Release both buttons.

> HomeLink is now in the training (or learning) mode and can be programmed at any time beginning with “Programming” - step

1.

Reprogramming a Single HomeLink

Button

To program a device to HomeLink using a Home-

Link button previously trained, follow these steps:

1. Press and hold the desired HomeLink button.

DO NOT

release the button.

2. The indicator light will begin to flash after 20 seconds. Without releasing the HomeLink button, proceed with “Programming” - step 1.

For questions or comments, contact HomeLink at: www.homelink.com/www.youtube.com/

HomeLinkGentex or by phoning the hotline at 1–

800–355–3515.

This device complies with FCC rules part 15 and

Industry Canada (IC) RSS-210. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2) This device must accept any interference that may be received including interference that may cause undesired operation.

20 The term “IC:” before the certification/registration number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.

NOTE

The transmitter has been tested and complies with FCC and IC rules. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the device.

20

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Volvo Sensus

Volvo Sensus is the core of the contact interface with your vehicle. Sensus provides information, entertainment and offers access to functions that make owning and operating a Volvo easier.

lock and alarm functions, automatic blower speed, setting the clock, etc.

Pressing the source buttons on the center console (

RADIO

,

MEDIA

,

TEL

, ,

NAV

*

and

CAM

*

, etc.) make it possible to select e.g., AM or FM radio, play a CD or DVD, use the Bluetooth

® hands-free feature, the navigation system

*

or the park assist camera

*

.

See your on-board owner’s manual or the separate printed supplements for detailed information about the functionality offered by Volvo Sensus.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Internet connected vehicle.

Climate system.

Park assist camera -

CAM

*

.

Related information

My Car – introduction (p. 71)

Climate – general information (p. 120)

Rear Park Assist Camera (PAC) – introduction (p. 239)

Volvo Sensus is the operating system in your vehicle and it enables you to interact intuitively with the vehicle’s various features and functions, including accessing the Internet, when it suits you.

Volvo Sensus uses the center console screen to display information and menus, and to offer a user interface that enables you to make personalized settings for e.g., vehicle, infotainment and climate system functions.

The buttons on the center console or the steering wheel keypad are used to activate/deactivate functions and change numerous settings.

Pressing the

MY CAR

button on the center console displays all of the settings related to driving and operating the vehicle, such as City Safety,

Center console control panel

Volvo Navigation System (VNS)

*

NAV

: see the separate VNS manual for operating instructions.

Infotainment (

RADIO

,

MEDIA

,

TEL

)

Vehicle-related settings -

MY CAR

.

* Option/accessory.

107

108

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Information display – menu controls

The controls on the left steering wheel lever are

used to access the menus (p. 108) that are dis-

played in the instrument panel (p. 63). The

menus displayed depend on the current ignition mode (p. 74).

Analog Instrument panel and menu controls

Digital Instrument panel

*

and menu controls

OK

: access to the list of messages (p. 109)

and message confirmation.

Thumb wheel: browse among menus and options in the list of functions.

RESET

: reset the active function. Used in certain cases to select/activate a function, see the explanation under each respective function.

The menus shown on the information displays in the instrument panel are controlled with the left lever. The menus displayed depend on ignition mode. Press

OK

to erase a message and return to the menus.

Information display – menu overview

The menus displayed depend on the current

ignition mode (p. 74).

The following menu alternatives may vary, depending on the equipment installed in the vehicle.

Analog instrument panel

Digital speed

Trip comp. opt.

Service status

Messages (##)

21

Digital instrument panel

*

Settings

Themes

Contrast mode/Color mode

Service status

Messages

Trip computer reset

Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)

Information display – menu controls (p. 108)

Information display – messages (p. 109)

21 Number of messages in parentheses

* Option/accessory.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Information display – messages

The controls on the left steering wheel lever are used to scroll among messages displayed in the instrument panel and to confirm selections.

When information, indicator or warning symbols illuminate, an explanatory message will be displayed in the instrument panel.

When a warning (p. 69), information (p. 67) or

indicator symbol (p. 67) comes on, a correspond-

ing message appears in the information panel. An error message is stored in a memory list until the fault is rectified.

Press

OK

to acknowledge and scroll among the messages.

NOTE

If a warning message appears while you are using the trip computer, the message must be read and confirmed by pressing

OK

before the previous activity can be resumed.

Message

Stop engine

Stop safely

Service urgent A

Service required A

A

A

Description

Stop and switch off the engine as soon as possible.

Serious risk of damage. Contact an authorized Volvo workshop.

Stop and switch off the engine. Serious risk of damage. Contact an authorized

Volvo workshop.

Have the vehicle checked by an authorized Volvo workshop immediately.

Have the vehicle checked by an authorized Volvo workshop as soon as possible.

Read the owner's manual.

Time to book service at an authorized Volvo retailer.

See manual A

Book time for maintenance

Time for regular maintenance

Time for regular service at an authorized Volvo workshop.

The timing is determined by the number of miles driven, number of months since the last service, engine running time.

Message

Maintenance overdue

Temporarily

OFF A

Description

If the service intervals are not followed, the warranty does not cover any damaged parts.

Contact an authorized Volvo workshop for service.

A function has been temporarily switched off and is reset automatically while driving or after starting again.

Low battery

Power save mode

The audio system is switched off to save current. Charge the battery.

A There will also be a system-specific part of this message

Related information

Information displays – introduction (p. 63)

Information display – menu overview (p. 108)

Information display – menu controls (p. 108)

109

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Trip computer – introduction

The content and appearance of the trip computer varies depending on whether the vehicle is equipped with an

Analog

or

Digital

instrument panel.

110

Analog information display and controls

Digital information displays and controls

The instrument panel illuminates as soon as the vehicle is unlocked and trip computer settings can be made. If none of the trip computer's controls are used within 30 seconds after the driver's door has been opened, the instrument panel lighting will go out and the trip computer cannot be used again until: the ignition is put in mode

II 22 the engine is started

NOTE

If a warning message appears while you are using the trip computer, this message must be acknowledged in order to return to the trip computer function. Acknowledge a message by pressing

OK

.

22

See Ignition modes (p. 74) for information about the various ignition modes.

Related information

Trip computer – functions, analog instrument panel (p. 111)

Trip computer – functions, digital instrument panel (p. 114)

Trip computer – Supplementary information

(p. 116)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 117)

Trip computer – functions, analog instrument panel

Information display and controls

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

OK

–press to access the trip computer's functions

or acknowledge/confirm/erase a message

Thumb wheel

–turn to access the list of trip computer

information headings

and to scroll among the alternatives

RESET

–press to cancel/reset/exit a function after a selection has been made

The trip computer has two different menu groups:

Trip computer functions

Trip computer information headings in the instrument panel

Functions

To open and make settings in the trip computer functions:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer controls are being used in a command sequence; reset them by pressing

RESET twice.

2. Press

OK

to open the list of functions.

3. Use the thumb wheel

to scroll among the functions and select/confirm your choice by pressing

OK

.

4. After completing your selection, exit by pressing

RESET

twice.

The following table lists the analog trip computer's functions:

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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

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Function

Digital speed

– km/h

– mph

– None

Trip comp. opt.

Distance to empty

Fuel consumption

Average speed

– Trip odometer

T1 and total dist.

– Trip odometer

T2 and total dist.

Service status

Messages (##)

Description

This displays the vehicle's speed digitally in the center of the instrument panel

Open by pressing

OK

, scroll using the thumb wheel

, confirm by pressing

OK

and exit by pressing

ENTER

.

Information headings

Any of the information headings in the following table can be displayed. To do so:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer controls are being used in a command sequence; reset them by pressing

RESET twice.

Selections among the trip computer information headings are made here. The symbols that have already been selected have a check mark and are displayed in white

. Those not selected are not checked and are displayed in gray

:

1. Open the function by pressing

OK

and scroll to the desired heading using the thumb wheel

.

2. Confirm by pressing

OK

. The symbol will change colors from gray to white and will be checked.

3. Continue this procedure or exit by pressing

RESET

.

Shows the number of months and mileage until the next scheduled service.

For additional information, see Information display – menu controls (p. 108).

2. Turn the thumb wheel

to begin displaying the information headings. Stop on the desired heading.

3. See the table for an explanation of the heading or the actions that can be taken.

112

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

-

Information headings in the instrument panel

Trip odometer

T1 and total dist.

Trip odometer

T2 and total dist.

Distance to empty

Fuel consumption

Average speed

Scroll among the trip computer information headings at any time by turning the thumb wheel until the desired heading is displayed.

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110)

Trip computer – functions, digital instrument panel (p. 114)

Trip computer – Supplementary information

(p. 116)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 117)

Description

Press and hold

RESET

to reset trip odometer T1.

Press and hold

RESET

to reset trip odometer T2.

See

Distance to empty

in Trip computer – Supplementary information (p. 116).

Current fuel consumption.

Press and hold

RESET

to reset

Average speed

.

No information will be displayed. This also indicates the beginning/end of the list of information headings.

113

114

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Trip computer – functions, digital instrument panel

Information displays and controls

Function

Trip computer reset

– Average fuel consumption

– Average speed

Messages

Themes

Settings

*

OK

–press to access the trip computer's functions

or to activate a selection

Thumb wheel

–turn to access the list of trip computer

information headings

and to scroll among the alternatives

RESET

–press to cancel/reset/exit a function after a selection has been made

The trip computer has two different menu groups:

Trip computer functions

Trip computer information headings in the instrument panel

Functions

To open and make settings in the trip computer functions:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer controls are being used in a command sequence; reset them by pressing

RESET twice.

2. Press

OK

to open the list of functions.

3. Use the thumb wheel

to scroll among the functions and select/confirm your choice by pressing

OK

.

4. After completing your selection, exit by pressing

RESET

twice.

The following table lists the digital trip computer's functions:

Description

NOTE:

This function does not reset the trip odometers, see Trip computer – Supplementary information (p. 116)

for a description of how this is done.

For additional information, see Information display – menu controls (p. 108).

Set the way in which information is displayed in the instrument panel, see Information displays – introduction

(p. 63).

Select

Auto On

or

Off

.

* Option/accessory.

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Function

Contrast mode/Color mode

Service status

Description

Adjust the instrument panel's contrast and color.

Shows the number of months and mileage until the next scheduled service.

Information headings

Three trip computer headings can be displayed at the same time; one in each of the displays (see the previous illustration). One of the combinations of information headings in the following table can be displayed. To do so:

1. Ensure that none of the trip computer controls are being used in a command sequence; reset them by pressing

RESET twice.

2. Turn the thumb wheel

to begin displaying the combinations of information headings.

Stop on the desired combination.

3. See the table for an explanation of the heading or the actions that can be taken.

Scroll among the combinations of trip computer information headings at any time by turning the thumb wheel

until the desired combination is displayed.

Average fuel consumption

Current fuel consumption

Current fuel consumption

Heading combinations

Trip odometer T1 + mileage

Trip odometer T2 + mileage

Mileage

No trip computer information displayed

Scroll among the trip computer information headings at any time by turning the thumb wheel until the desired heading is displayed.

Average speed

Distance to empty mph<>km/h

-

Description

Press and hold

RESET

to reset trip odometer T1.

Press and hold

RESET

to reset trip odometer T2.

Change between mph<>km/h – see "Digital speed display" in Trip computer – Supplementary information (p. 116).

No information will be displayed. This also indicates the beginning/end of the list of information headings.

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110)

Trip computer – functions, analog instrument panel (p. 111)

Trip computer – Supplementary information

(p. 116)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 117)

115

116

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Trip computer – Supplementary information

General information for both Analog and Digital trip computer functions.

Average fuel consumption

Fuel consumption since the last time this function was reset.

Average speed

The vehicle's average speed since the last time this function was reset.

Current fuel consumption

Current fuel consumption is calculated approximately once a second. When the vehicle is moving at low speed, fuel consumption is displayed per unit of time. At higher speeds, it is displayed in terms of distance.

Miles or kilometers can be displayed, see the heading "Changing units".

Distance to empty

This function shows the approximate distance that can be driven on the fuel remaining in the tank. When

Distance to empty

shows "----", there is very little useable fuel remaining in that tank; refuel as soon as possible. The calculation is based on average fuel consumption during the last 20 miles (30 km) of driving and the amount of fuel remaining in the tank (the accuracy of this figure may vary if your driving style changes). An economical driving style will generally increase this distance.

See Economical driving (p. 282) for information

about driving economically.

Digital speed display

*

Speed is expressed in the unit not used by the instrument panel's speedometer e.g., if the normal speedometer is in mph, the trip computer will display in the speed in km/h and vice versa.

Resetting an analog instrument panel

Trip odometer(s) and average speed

1. Display trip odometer T1 or T1, or Average speed.

2. Press and hold

RESET

until selected function is reset.

Each trip computer heading must be reset individually.

Resetting a digital instrument panel

Trip odometer

1. Turn the thumb wheel

to select the combination of headings containing the trip odometer to be reset.

2. Press and hold

RESET

until selected trip odometer is reset.

Average speed and fuel consumption

1. Select

Trip computer reset

and press

OK

.

2. Select one of the following alternatives using the

thumb wheel

and press

OK

:

• mpg mph

Reset both

3. Finish by pressing

RESET

.

Changing units

To change the unit (miles/km) used to measure distance and speed, go to

MY CAR Settings

System options Distance and fuel units

.

NOTE

In addition to changing units in the trip computer, this also changes the units used in the

Volvo Navigation System (VNS)

*

.

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110)

Trip computer – functions, analog instrument panel (p. 111)

Trip computer – functions, digital instrument panel (p. 114)

Trip computer – Trip statistics (p. 117)

* Option/accessory.

Trip computer – Trip statistics

Trip information from previous trips regarding average fuel consumption and average speed is stored and can be displayed in the form of a bar chart.

Function

Trip statistics

23

Each bar represents a driving distance of 1 mile or 10 miles, depending on the current scale; the bar at the far right shows the value for the current mile/10 miles.

Use

TUNE

to change between 1 mile and

10 miles; the marker at the right will also change according to the scale selected.

Settings

Settings can be made in the

MY CAR

menu system as follows:

MY CAR

My S60 Trip statistics

:

Start new trip

: press

ENTER

to erase all pervious statistics. Exit the menu by pressing

EXIT

.

Reset for every driving cycle

: select by pressing

ENTER

. Exit the menu by pressing

EXIT

.

Selecting

Reset for every driving cycle

erases all trip statistics automatically if the ignition is switched off for at least 4 hours. When the engine is restarted, new statistics will be stored.

To get new statistics if the engine is restarted before 4 hours have elapsed, the existing ones have to be erased manually by selecting

Start new trip

.

For additional information, see Information display

– menu controls (p. 108).

See also the information about Eco Guide in Eco

Guide

*

and Power Meter

*

(p. 66).

Related information

Trip computer – introduction (p. 110)

Trip computer – functions, analog instrument panel (p. 111)

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Trip computer – functions, digital instrument panel (p. 114)

Trip computer – Supplementary information

(p. 116)

23 The illustration is generic; certain details may vary from model to model

* Option/accessory.

117

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