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Page 897 Fuses 11E/1-7 11D/No. Fuses In Cargo Compartment Fuse Box 11E Main Fuses At Battery Cargo Compartment Fuses Page 423 Center the control module on the ABS hydraulic modulator valves before the valves are pushed into place. Install: - the control module. Tighten to 1.8 Nm - the connectors for the pump motor and the control module - the air cleaner (ACL) housing. See Brake pipe master cylinder / ABS unit, replacing, B5254T2 See: Brakes and Traction Control/Hydraulic System/Brake Hose/Line/Service and Repair/Brake Pipe Master Cylinder / ABS Unit, Replacing - the integrated relay / fusebox. See Hydraulic unit, replacing See: Brakes and Traction Control/Antilock Brakes / Traction Control Systems/Hydraulic Control Assembly - Antilock Brakes/Service and Repair. Function test See Wheel sensor, front, replacing See: Brakes and Traction Control/Antilock Brakes / Traction Control Systems/Wheel Speed Sensor/Service and Repair/Wheel Sensor Front, Replacing. Use VIDA vehicle communication to calibrate the control module. Page 847 6/92-93 Motor, RL/RR Power Window 6/95 Damper Motor, Temperature, LH Side 6/96 Damper Motor, Temperature, RH Side 6/102 Damper Motor, Defroster 6/103 Damper Motor, Floor/Ventilation Page 1154 Continue - Fault Found -----------------------Checking communication errors car model S40 (-04) / V40 Hint: Test the communication with another corresponding vehicle to decide if the malfunction is in the vehicle or in VIDA/VCT/cable harness. If the communication works on another vehicle, the malfunction is in the vehicle. Hint: For current information about each circuit and signals, see wiring diagram and signal description for each system. Diagnostic outlet - Check the voltage feed to diagnostic outlet #16. The voltage shall match battery voltage. - Check the cable for power ground and signal ground to diagnostic outlet #4 and #5. Hint: When VCT2000 is connected to the diagnostic outlet (is supplied with voltage), the indicator diode shall be activated with a green light. Then the indicator diode flashes quickly when communication takes place with a control module. In case of certain internal malfunctions on VCT2000 the indicator diode is activated with a red light! Communication cables k-line - Check the communication cables between diagnostic outlet #7 and connected control modules for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage. Communication cable for cruise control as own system (not integrated) - Check the communication cable between diagnostic outlet #13 and cruise control for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. Page 540 Cargo Compartment Fuses Fuses 11E/1-7 Relays Page 326 Page 834 3/130 Steering Wheel Module SWM 3/131 Switch, Audio/mobile Phone 3/135 RTI Switch 3/155 Automatic Transmission Program Selector 3/156 Gear Shift Module GSM, Automatic Transmission Page 571 Cargo Compartment Fuses Fuses 11D/1-7 Fuses 11D/8-18 Page 524 Fuses 11B/11-23 Fuses in the Passenger Compartment Passenger Compartment Fuses Navigation System - Various Malfunctions Navigation Module: Customer Interest Navigation System - Various Malfunctions TIE - Technical Journal Title: New SW upgrade disc for RTI, MMM, MMM+, and MMM2 available Ref No: US15493.10.2 en-GB Issuer: Partner: 3 US 7510 Volvo Cars North America Func Group: 3972 Func Desc road navigation Status: Released Status Date: 2010-06-03 Issue date: 2010-06-03 Reference: Attachment Vehicle Type CSC DTC Text This RTJ supersedes the previous one dated June 2, 2010, Changes to this document are: - SW version corrected to 8BC6. - Note added for clarification of Service SW disc purpose. CSC = Customer Symptom Code DTC = Diagnostic Trouble Code MMM = Multi Media Module Page 279 Cargo Compartment Fuses 11E/1-7 11A Main Fuses In Engine Compartment Fuse Box Engine Compartment Fuses Page 962 Use tools 951 2630 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2630 Terminal Removal Tool and951 2631 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2631 Terminal Removal Tool to remove the primary lock, as illustrated. At the same time pull the cable carefully backwards. Connector, assembling Page 989 Connector, assembling Primary lock Check that the cable terminal is undamaged. Press the cable terminal into the housing. Check that the cable terminal is properly locked by pulling carefully on the cable. The secondary lock Press the secondary lock into place. Connector Type 7 Connectors, repair Special tools: 951 2633 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2633 Terminal Removal Tool 951 2639 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2639 Terminal Removal Tool 951 2637 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2637 Terminal Removal Tool 951 2812 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2812 Terminal Removal Tool. Note! As the illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and / or models, some variation may occur. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct. Connector, dismantling Secondary lock Press out the secondary lock from the cable side using tool 951 2633 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2633 Terminal Removal Tool or an electrician's screwdriver, as illustrated. Page 169 Power Seat Control Module: Service and Repair Second Generation Power Seats Power Seat Module (PSM), Replacing Power seat module (PSM), replacing Removing the control module Raise the seat to its highest position. For first generation power seats: Remove the seat from the car. See Lifting seats in and out See: Body and Frame/Seats/Service and Repair/Removal and Replacement. For second generation power seats: Remove the seat from the car. See Removing power seats, tilting See: Body and Frame/Seats/Service and Repair/Removal and Replacement. Remove the key. Note! The key must be removed to ensure that the ignition is not switched on by mistake. Wait 1 minute before starting work. Remove the two screws. Disconnect the connector. Remove the control module. Installing the control module Install: - the control module - the connector - the two screws. The seat must be tightened to the floor. Tighten to 48 Nm. - the key Page 724 Remove: - the screw (1) from the right-hand side of the tailgate sill trim panel - the three screws (2) in the right-hand floor support - the floor support. Applies to S60 and S80 - Push the insulation panel to one side under the seat cushion on both sides - Route the new cable harness along the side of the cargo compartment and out into the passenger compartment as illustrated - Position the end of the cable with the two large grey connectors on the left-hand side of the car under the seat cushion by the cable duct - Route the cable harness from the left-hand cable duct under the seat cushion, along the wheel arch and out through the hole in the car body behind the backrest. Then route along the wheel arch and rear crossmember over to the right-hand side of the car - Continue to route the cable harness along the right-hand side of the cable duct and forward into the car. Then route the cable out through the hole in the car body behind the lower edge of the backrest. Continue to the existing ground terminals under the seat cushion - Secure the cable harness at the existing cable harnesses and cable duct. Use the tie straps (1) (from the kit) - Find the pre-routed grey connector (2) by the left-hand tail lamp. Connect the grey connector to the corresponding connector (3) from the routed cable harness. Applies to the V70 Page 1391 Steering Mounted Controls Communication Module: Service and Repair Gear Selector Assembly and Steering Wheel Module Gear selector assembly and steering wheel module Removing the gear selector assembly and steering wheel module Remove: - the cover, steering column and boot - steering wheel: S60according to Steering wheel, replacing See: Steering and Suspension/Steering/Steering Wheel/Service and Repair/Steering Wheel, Replacing - V70according to Replacing the steering wheel See: Steering and Suspension/Steering/Steering Wheel/Service and Repair/Replacing the Steering Wheel. - 3 screws. - Disconnect the connectors - Release the two clips - Pull straight out. Installing the gear selector assembly and steering wheel module Install: In reverse order. Page 711 - Remove the three screws (1) from the right-hand floor support - Remove the floor support. - Take the wiring harness (1) from the kit and position it along the tailgate sill panel with the black connector to the right. - Carefully pull the tailgate sill panel upward at the left-hand corner until there is an audible click and the clips release. - Lift the panel and insert the wiring harness into the gap between the floor support (2) and the panel. - Insert the cable as far under the panel as possible. Ensure that the cable is not trapped - Also insert the cable under the sill panel on the right side and then out to the rear edge of the wheel housing. - Remove the ground screw (1) and connect the ground cable of the new wiring harness to the existing grounding point. Tighten the ground screw securely. - Take four cable ties (2) from the kit and secure the wiring harness to the existing wiring harness as illustrated. - Press the sill panel into place. - Reinstall the screws in the panel. Tighten. Page 684 For the location of the relays, see: 1. Wiring diagram for relevant model year 2. Decals at both the integrated relay box and fusebox in the car 3. Pocket data book 4. Owner's Manual. Relay / fuse - Ignition off - Remove the cover from the fusebox - Remove the relay / fuse. Retainer Page 1024 Connector B Page 1299 Yes - Fault Found No - No Fault Found ------------------------------------------------Trouble-Shooting Information Trouble-shooting information Condition - No SWM diagnostic trouble codes are displayed in the CEM - No diagnostic trouble codes are displayed in the SWM. Possible source - Defective indicator switch - Defective control unit. Fault symptom[s] - Parking heater does not work. Checking the Read and Reset Button on the Turn Signal Lamp Switch Checking the read and reset button on the turn signal lamp switch Checking components Activate the read and reset button on the turn signal lamp switch. Read off the status. Hint: If the read and reset button status is OK the fault is not in the steering wheel module (SWM). Was the status of the read and reset button correct? Yes - No Fault Found No - Replacing the component ------------------------------------------------Replacing the component Replace the turn signal lamp switch Other information: - To replace the turn signal lamp switch, see Turn signal switch, replacing, M58, M66, M66 AWD, AW50/51 AWD, AW55-50/51SN, M56 See: Lighting and Horns/Sensors and Switches - Lighting and Horns/Turn Signal Switch/Service and Repair/Turn Signal Switch, Replacing. Select "Continue" when the fault has been remedied. Continue - Checking components ------------------------------------------------Checking components Activate the reset button on the turn signal lamp switch. Read off the status. Locations Horn Relay: Locations Fuse/Relay Identification and Location Fuses in the Engine Compartment Engine Compartment Fuses Fuses 11A/1-7 Engine Compartment Fuses Page 209 2/34 Fog Light Relay 2/35 Starter Motor Relay 2/49 Relay, Rear Fog Light 2/52 Relay, 15l Feed, Rear 2/59 Unlocking Relay, Fuel Filler Flap Page 749 - Remove the Rear Electronic Module (REM) by opening the lock (1) on the top of the unit. Tip the unit forward and lift it out of the mountings (2). - Press in the catch on the rear brown connector in the fuse holder in the cargo compartment, turn the lock arm up as far as it will go and pull out the connector. - Carefully prise apart the sides of the connector holder in the ends so that the connector can pass by the retaining hooks. - Pull out the connector. Page 1007 Alternatively use tool 951 2852 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2852 Terminal Removal Tool as illustrated. Installation Primary lock Check that the cable terminal is undamaged. Press the cable terminal into the housing. Check that the cable terminal is properly locked by pulling carefully on the cable, The secondary lock Press the secondary lock into place. Finishing work Install the relays. Note! Take care with the positioning. Install the relevant relay box. Splicing the Cables Splicing the cables Strip the wire Peel 5.0mm / 0.2 in of the insulation off the 4 cable ends (13/64 inches) using pliers951 2620 Stripping tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2620 Stripping Tool. Page 553 Fuses 11B/11-23 Fuses in the Passenger Compartment Passenger Compartment Fuses Page 392 Page 451 Cut off the tie strap holding the cable section to the control module. Remove the control module. Remove the 2 nuts. Hint: Slacken off the uppermost nut. Leave it in place, screwed in a few turns. Pull the control module from the mounting. Position a screwdriver between the control module connector and its locking handle (as illustrated). Turn the screwdriver to release the catch. Continue pulling the locking handle outwards until the connector comes away from the control module. Installing the control module for the engine coolant heater Install the switch by pressing in the lock handle. Position the control module. Tighten the nuts (2xM6). Tighten to 2 Nm. Final check Page 1178 Fault-tracing information Condition - No PHM DTCs are stored in the Central electronic module (CEM). - No DTCs are stored in the Steering wheel module (SWM). Possible source - Open-circuit, short-circuit to supply voltage or short-circuit to ground in the cable. - Faulty contact reel. Fault symptom[s] - Steering wheel keypads does not work Checking the Contact Reel Checking the contact reel Checking components and wiring Disconnect the contact reel from the steering wheel module (SWM). Take resistance readings between terminals #B1 and #B2. The resistance must be infinite. Take resistance readings between terminals #B1 and #B3. The resistance must be infinite. Take resistance readings between terminals #B2 and #B3. The resistance must be infinite. Check the cable between terminal #B1 and contact reel terminal #1. Check for an open-circuit. Check the cable between terminal #B2 and contact reel terminal #2. Check for an open-circuit. Check the cable between terminal #B3 and contact reel terminal #3. Check for an open-circuit. Remedy as necessary. Other information: - For information about signals, see Signal specification See: Pinout Values and Diagnostic Parameters/Signal Specification, Steering Wheel Module (SWM) - To connect the breakout box, see Connecting the breakout box See: Pinout Values and Diagnostic Parameters/Connecting the Breakout Box, Steering Wheel Module (SWM) - To access or replace the contact reel, see Contact reel / steering wheel angle sensor, replacing See: Restraint Systems/Air Bag Systems/Clockspring Assembly / Spiral Cable/Service and Repair/Removal and Replacement/Contact Reel / Steering Wheel Angle Sensor, Replacing - Checking wiring and terminals See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/Checking Wiring and Terminals/Checking Wiring And Terminals. Page 960 Use tools 951 2636 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2636 Terminal Removal Tool or951 2639 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2639 Terminal Removal Tool to remove the primary lock, as illustrated. At the same time pull the cable carefully backwards. Connector, assembling Note! Wheel sensor cables are twisted pair (positive and negative signal) cables for each wheel. It is important that paired cables are twinned in the same way when they are reinstalled in the connector. The cables must be twisted approximately 3 times per 100 mm. Primary lock Check that the cable terminal is undamaged. Press the cable terminal into the housing. Check that the cable terminal is properly locked by pulling carefully on the cable. Secondary lock Press the secondary lock into place. Connector Control Module for Anti-lock Brake System Module (ABS), Repair Connector control module for Anti-lock Brake System Module (ABS), repair Special tools: 951 2630 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2630 Terminal Removal Tool 951 2631 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2631 Terminal Removal Tool. Note! As the illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and / or models, some variation may occur. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct. Connector, dismantling Secondary lock Page 674 - Remove the retaining clip from the connector using a screwdriver - Disconnect the connector by releasing the catches at the front edge using pliers. Pry out the connector using a screwdriver - Lift out the connector with the protection underneath and put it to one side. Holder for the connector Page 409 Disconnect the battery negative cable. See: Battery, disconnecting See: Starting and Charging/Battery/Service and Repair/Procedures/Battery, Disconnecting. Removal Caution! Disconnect and work with only one cable at a time to minimize the risk of mixing them up. Page 203 Electronic Brake Control Module: Specifications Signal Specification, Brake Control Module (BCM) With STC/TRACS Signal specification, Brake Control Module (BCM) with STC (stability and traction control) / TRACS (traction control system) All values given are between the relevant terminal in column 1 and terminal # A16 or # A47 (ground), unless otherwise indicated in brackets. Terminals 6, 8-10, 12-14, 17-31, 35, 38-41 and 44 are not used. Part 1 Of 2 Page 183 Sunroof / Moonroof Module: Service and Repair Control module, sun roof, replacing The illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and / or models. Some variation may occur. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct. Preparations Close the sun roof. Ignition off. Remove the key. Note! After removing the key, wait one minute before starting work. Removing the sun roof control module Page 284 Fuses 11C/18-25 Page 1066 Fuses 11B/1-10 Page 1011 Clamp the shrink tubing tightly. Press the handles of the pliers fully together to obtain a correct joint, the pliers automatically release their grip afterwards. Page 225 3/130 Steering Wheel Module SWM 3/131 Switch, Audio/mobile Phone 3/135 RTI Switch 3/155 Automatic Transmission Program Selector 3/156 Gear Shift Module GSM, Automatic Transmission Page 785 Removal - Remove the lens. - Remove the 2 screws at the front edge. - Press the 2 rear catches forward. - Press two of the catches on one side inwards. Remove the bulb holder. - Disconnect the 2 connectors. - Disconnect the ground lead. Hint: Only certain versions of the upper electronic module (UEM) have a ground lead. Page 1250 - Check that the control module's voltage feed and ground connection are trouble-free. Caution! Model year 99- and control modules on the CAN-network. If none of the above checks help, try reading out diagnostic trouble codes in the driver information module (DIM). Done via VIDA vehicle communication. A prerequisite for being able to communicate with the control modules in the vehicle is that the driver information module (DIM) is active and can be communicated with. If communication is not possible with the driver information module (DIM), check the voltage feed and ground for the control module. VCT2000 and cable harness - Connect VCT2000 to the vehicle so that it is supplied with voltage. Test VCT2000 by selecting the system's self-test and VCT Test in the VIDA main menu. If any malfunction is found according to the test, first replace the cable harness then the VCT2000, if the test still indicates a malfunction. - If no malfunctions were found after troubleshooting according to above, try with a new cable harness and/or new VCT2000. VIDA - If no malfunctions were found after troubleshooting according to above, try performing a complete system reset of VIDA. Other information - Checking wiring and terminals See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/Checking Wiring and Terminals/Checking Wiring And Terminals Page 748 - Remove the three screws (1) from the right-hand floor support - Remove the floor support. - Take the wiring harness (1) from the kit and position it along the tailgate sill panel with the black connector to the right. - Carefully pull the tailgate sill panel upward at the left-hand corner until there is an audible click and the clips release. - Lift the panel and insert the wiring harness into the gap between the floor support (2) and the panel. - Insert the cable as far under the panel as possible. Ensure that the cable is not trapped - Also insert the cable under the sill panel on the right side and then out to the rear edge of the wheel housing. - Remove the ground screw (1) and connect the ground cable of the new wiring harness to the existing grounding point. Tighten the ground screw securely. - Take four cable ties (2) from the kit and secure the wiring harness to the existing wiring harness as illustrated. - Press the sill panel into place. - Reinstall the screws in the panel. Tighten. Page 1280 Did read-out of status on audio/telephone switch unit give a correct result? Yes - No Fault Found No - Vehicle equipment ------------------------------------------------Vehicle equipment Is the vehicle equipped with RTI? Yes - Checking the wires and components No - Checking the wires and components ------------------------------------------------Checking the wires and components Page 1323 Did read-out of status on windscreen-wiper switch give a correct result? Yes - No Fault Found No - Replacing the component ------------------------------------------------Replacing the component Replace the windscreen-wiper switch Additional information: - To replace windscreen-wiper switch, see Washer / wiper switch, replacing See: Sensors and Switches/Sensors and Switches - Wiper and Washer Systems/Wiper Switch/Service and Repair. Press Continue when fault has been repaired. Continue - Checking the components ------------------------------------------------Checking the components Activate windscreen-wiper switch and read status. Hint: If read-out of status on windscreen-wiper switch gave a correct result the fault was in the windscreen-wiper switch. Did read-out of status on windscreen-wiper switch give a correct result? Yes - Fault Found No - Replacing the component ------------------------------------------------Replacing the component Test by replacing the control unit. Caution! A new control unit is supplied without software. The new control unit must be programmed before it will work. Additional information: - To replace and program the control unit, see Steering wheel module (SWM), replacing See: Steering Column Control Module/Service and Repair. Page 1013 When the first join is completed and checked, join the rest of the wire ends in the same way. Heating the shrink tubing The shrink tubing ensures the electric wire is satisfactory and provides a safe join. Hold a pad or other item behind the shrink tubing to avoid heat escaping. Hint: Suitable setting of heat gun951 2777 Hot-air gun See: Tools and Equipment/951 2777 Hot-Air Gun , air distribution switch in position 2 and potentiometer for temperature setting in position between 2 and 3. Heat the sleeve using the hot air gun951 2777 Hot-air gun See: Tools and Equipment/951 2777 Hot-Air Gun and suitable jet kit. Heat the shrink tubing rapidly to avoid heat escaping. It is very important that the shrink tubing is correctly shrunk around the wire. It should be tight at both ends. Note! Adjust the heat shield if necessary. Joining the Cables Joining the cables Connecting see information about SRS cables: Refer to: Cable harness SRS system, repair See: Restraint Systems/Air Bag Systems/Air Bag/Air Bag Harness/Service and Repair/Procedures Perform battery disconnection. Refer to: Battery, disconnecting See: Starting and Charging/Battery/Service and Repair/Procedures/Battery, Disconnecting see information about cable terminals surface treatment. Refer to: Cable terminals surface treatment See: Power and Ground Distribution/Wiring Harness/Service and Repair/Cable Terminals Surface Treatment Page 261 9/16-17 LH And RH Backrest Heating Element 9/16-17 LH/RH Backrest Heating Element 10/18-19 Lamp Housing, LH/RH Tail Light 9/18-19 LH And RH Seat Heating Element 10/18-19 Lamp Housing, LH/RH Tail Light Page 1349 Continue - Fault Found -----------------------Checking communication errors car model S40 (-04) / V40 Hint: Test the communication with another corresponding vehicle to decide if the malfunction is in the vehicle or in VIDA/VCT/cable harness. If the communication works on another vehicle, the malfunction is in the vehicle. Hint: For current information about each circuit and signals, see wiring diagram and signal description for each system. Diagnostic outlet - Check the voltage feed to diagnostic outlet #16. The voltage shall match battery voltage. - Check the cable for power ground and signal ground to diagnostic outlet #4 and #5. Hint: When VCT2000 is connected to the diagnostic outlet (is supplied with voltage), the indicator diode shall be activated with a green light. Then the indicator diode flashes quickly when communication takes place with a control module. In case of certain internal malfunctions on VCT2000 the indicator diode is activated with a red light! Communication cables k-line - Check the communication cables between diagnostic outlet #7 and connected control modules for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage. Communication cable for cruise control as own system (not integrated) - Check the communication cable between diagnostic outlet #13 and cruise control for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to Page 494 Cargo Compartment Fuses Fuses 11D/1-7 Fuses 11D/8-18 Page 1020 . Test the function. Page 867 8/71-74 Throttle Solenoid, Shift Solenoid 3, 4, 5 8/71-74 Throttle Solenoid, Shift Solenoid 3, 4 And 5 8/71-74 Throttle Solenoid, Shift Solenoid 3, 4, 5 8/71-74 Throttle Solenoid, Shift Solenoid 3, 4, 5 8/71-74 Throttle Solenoid, Shift Solenoid 3, 4, 5 Page 465 Control Module HVAC: Service and Repair Dashboard Environment Panel (Including Climate Control Module), Replacing Dashboard Environment Panel (including Climate Control Module (CCM)), Replacing Preparations NOTE: Read off data from the control module before replacing the control module. This is carried out via VADIS communication. After replacing the control module, the relevant parameters must be programmed into the new control module. Replacing dashboard environment panel - Ignition off. - Remove the key. NOTE: The key must be removed to ensure that the ignition is not switched on by mistake. - After the key has been removed: Wait 3 minutes before starting work. Steering System Components Steering Column Control Module: Locations Steering System Components Location Of Components - SWM control unit (1). - Cruise control switch unit (2). - Radio/telephone switch unit (3). - Indicator switch (4). - Wiper switch (5). - RTI switch unit (6). Page 1239 Continue - Fault Found -----------------------Checking communication errors, car model V70 (00-), V70 XC (01-) / XC70, S60, S80 and XC90 Hint: Test the communication with another corresponding vehicle to decide if the malfunction is in the vehicle or in VIDA/VCT/cable harness. If the communication works on another vehicle, the malfunction is in the vehicle. Hint: For current information about each circuit and signals, see wiring diagram and signal description for each system. Different speed on the CAN-communication can lead to problems Volvo's vehicles have different speed of communication on the high-speed part of the CAN-network (HS-CAN), depending on model year. - Model year -2004 communicates with 250 kbit/s. - Model year 2005- communicates with 500 kbit/s. Due to this, it is very important to specify correct vehicle profile before any communication is started with the vehicle's HS-CAN. This is normally done by pressing on " Retrieve VIN" or by manually specifying vehicle parameters under "Vehicle profile". If the wrong model year has been selected, it may lead to blocking of the CAN-net, diagnostic trouble codes being stored in several control modules or missing response from control modules at continued communication. The following control modules may be affected by this problem: - Brake control module (BCM)/(ABS) - Engine control module (ECM) - Electronic Throttle Module (ETM) - Suspension Module (SUM) - Central electronic module (CEM) - Transmission control module (TCM) - Steering wheel angle sensor module (SAS) - Steering Wheel Module (SWM) - Electrical Power Steering Module (EPS) If this happens, take the following action: - Turn off the ignition and remove the ignition key. Insert the key again in position II. - If the above does not work, remove the battery cable and connect it again after a minute to reset the control modules. - Select the correct vehicle profile in VIDA and erase the diagnostic trouble codes. Check that the symptoms have disappeared. Diagnostic outlet - Check the voltage feed to diagnostic outlet #16. The voltage shall match battery voltage. - Check the cable for power ground and signal ground to diagnostic outlet #4 and #5. Hint: When VCT2000 is connected to the diagnostic outlet (is supplied with voltage), the indicator diode shall be activated with a green light. Then the indicator diode flashes quickly when communication takes place with a control module. In case of certain internal malfunctions on VCT2000 the indicator diode is activated with a red light! Communication cables - Check the communication cable (k-line) between diagnostic outlet #7 and central electronic module (CEM) #D6 and other connected control modules for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage. Caution! In case of malfunction on this communication cable, communication cannot be established on either the low or high-speed Page 1342 The value indicates the voltage at the steering wheel module. Distance, value Measurement range: 0-1048575 km The value indicates the total mileage of the car at the time the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) was stored. Passenger compartment temperature, value Measurement range: -60 to +195 °C The value indicates the passenger compartment temperature at the time the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) was stored. Outside temperature, value Measurement range: -128 to +127.75 °C The value indicates the outside temperature at the time the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) was stored. Engine running, status The status displays whether the engine was running when the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) was stored. Yes = the engine was running No = the engine was not running Time, value The value displays the time that has passed since the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) was stored. Reading Off Detailed Diagnostic Data Reading off detailed diagnostic data General information about reading off Locations 2/62 Relay, Low Beam/Bi-Xenon Page 643 Fuses 11C/1-17 Fuses 11C/18-25 Page 1158 Is there a fault? Yes - Fault Found No - No Fault Found ------------------------------------------------Trouble-Shooting Information Trouble-shooting information Condition - No SWM diagnostic trouble codes are displayed in the CEM - No diagnostic trouble codes are displayed in the SWM. Possible source - Defective windscreen-wiper switch - Defective control unit. Fault symptom[s] - Front windscreen washer does not work. Checking the Windshield Washing Page 485 - driver information control unit. Disconnect contacts. - lock and alarm receiver. Installation of driver information control unit Install in reverse order. Ordering software Order applicable software. Programming the control unit After the control module has been replaced, the customer parameters should be programmed in again. Finish off by checking that no diagnostic trouble codes have been displayed when replacing. Both programming of the control module and reading the diagnostic trouble codes can be found in VIDA vehicle communication. Page 1330 - Ignition off - the control module disconnected - Switch off all equipment that takes power from the battery (courtesy lighting, radio etc). Connect an ohmmeter between terminal #16 on the breakout box and the battery negative terminal. To connect the breakout box, see Connecting the breakout box See: Pinout Values and Diagnostic Parameters/Connecting the Breakout Box, Steering Wheel Module (SWM). Page 132 3/127 Control Module FR Door PDM/DDM Page 1359 Communication cable for engine management system Fenix 5.1 and diesel (not Lucas) - Check the communication cables between diagnostic outlet #11/#15 and engine control module (ECM) for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. Control modules - Check that the control module's voltage feed and ground connection are trouble-free. VCT2000 and cable harness - Connect VCT2000 to the vehicle so that it is supplied with voltage. Test VCT2000 by selecting the system's self-test and VCT Test in the VIDA main menu. If any malfunction is found according to the test, first replace the cable harness then the VCT2000, if the test still indicates a malfunction. - If no malfunctions were found after troubleshooting according to above, try with a new cable harness and/or new VCT2000. VIDA - If no malfunctions were found after troubleshooting according to above, try performing a complete system reset of VIDA. Other information - Checking wiring and terminals See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/Checking Wiring and Terminals/Checking Wiring And Terminals Page 917 31/66 Ground Connection 31/67 Ground Connection 31/70 Ground Connection 31/72 Ground Connection 31/73 Ground Connection Page 995 Check that the cable terminal is undamaged. Press the cable terminal into the housing. Check that the seal is correctly positioned and that the cable terminal is properly locked by pulling carefully on the cable. Sealed Connector Type 3 Connectors, repair Special tools: 951 2637 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2637 Terminal Removal Tool. Note! As the illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and / or models, some variation may occur. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct. Connector, dismantling Secondary lock Page 174 Seat Heater Control Module: Service and Repair Control module heater pad, replacing Removing the heater pad control module Remove the seat from the car. See Removing power seats, tilting See: Body and Frame/Seats/Service and Repair/Removal and Replacement. Remove one screw. Disconnect the connector. Remove the control module. Installing the heater pad control module Install: - the control module - the connector - one screw - the seat. See Removing power seats, tilting See: Body and Frame/Seats/Service and Repair/Removal and Replacement. Page 1366 Continue - Fault Found -----------------------Checking communication errors, car model V70 (-00), V70 XC and S70/C70 Hint: Test the communication with another corresponding vehicle to decide if the malfunction is in the vehicle or in VIDA/VCT/cable harness. If the communication works on another vehicle, the malfunction is in the vehicle. Hint: For current information about each circuit and signals, see wiring diagram and signal description for each system. Diagnostic outlet - Check the voltage feed to diagnostic outlet #16. The voltage shall match battery voltage. - Check the cable for power ground and signal ground to diagnostic outlet #4 and #5. Hint: When VCT2000 is connected to the diagnostic outlet (is supplied with voltage), the indicator diode shall be activated with a green light. Then the indicator diode flashes quickly when communication takes place with a control module. In case of certain internal malfunctions on VCT2000 the indicator diode is activated with a red light! Communication cables - Check the communication cable (k-line) between diagnostic outlet #7 and the driver information module (DIM) #B4 and other connected control modules for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage. Caution! In case of malfunction on this communication cable, communication cannot be established on the high-speed network. First when communication takes place on this cable, the high-speed cables between the diagnostic outlet and driver information module (DIM) are connected to the high-speed network in the vehicle. This is controlled via a relay in the driver information module (DIM). - Check communication cables between diagnostic outlet #6/#14 and the driver information module (DIM) #A19/#A20 for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. - Also check the communication cables for thehigh-speed networkbetween the driver information module (DIM) and the other connected control modules according to troubleshooting above. Communication cable for cruise control as own system (not integrated) - Check the communication cable between diagnostic outlet #13 and cruise control for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. Communication cable for engine management system Fenix 5.2 - Check the communication cable between diagnostic outlet #3 and engine control module (ECM) for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. Control modules - Check that the control module's voltage feed and ground connection are trouble-free. Caution! Model year 99- and control modules on the CAN-network. If none of the above checks help, try reading out diagnostic trouble codes in the driver information module (DIM). Done via VIDA vehicle communication. A prerequisite for being able to communicate with the control modules in the vehicle is that the driver information module (DIM) is active and can be communicated with. If communication is not possible with the driver information module (DIM), check the voltage feed and ground for the control module. Page 716 Body Control Module: Service and Repair Accessory Electronic Module With Wiring Kit Accessory electronic module with wiring kit Accessory electronic module with wiring kit Page 1247 Hint: For current information about each circuit and signals, see wiring diagram and signal description for each system. Diagnostic outlet - Check the voltage feed to diagnostic outlet #16. The voltage shall match battery voltage. - Check the cable for power ground and signal ground to diagnostic outlet #4 and #5. Hint: When VCT2000 is connected to the diagnostic outlet (is supplied with voltage), the indicator diode shall be activated with a green light. Then the indicator diode flashes quickly when communication takes place with a control module. In case of certain internal malfunctions on VCT2000 the indicator diode is activated with a red light! Communication cables - For communication problems with control units onthe high-speed network, check communication cables between diagnostic outlet #6/ #14 and central electronic module (CEM) #B11/ #B12 for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. - For communication problems with control units onthe low-speed network, check communication cables between diagnostic outlet #3/#11 and central electronic module (CEM) #B16/#B15 for open circuit, short-circuit to ground and short-circuit to voltage according to references above. - Also check the communication cables for the low and high-speed net between the central electronic module (CEM) and the other connected control modules according to troubleshooting above. Control modules - Check that the control module's voltage feed and ground connection are trouble-free. Caution! If none of the above checks help, try reading out diagnostic trouble codes in the central electronic module (CEM). Done via VIDA vehicle communication. A prerequisite for being able to communicate with the control modules in the vehicle is that the central electronic module (CEM) is active and can be communicated with. If communication is not possible with the central electronic module (CEM), check the voltage feed and ground for the central electronic module (CEM). VCT2000 and cable harness - Connect VCT2000 to the vehicle so that it is supplied with voltage. Test VCT2000 by selecting the system's self-test and VCT Test in the VIDA main menu. If any malfunction is found according to the test, first replace the cable harness then the VCT2000, if the test still indicates a malfunction. - If no malfunctions were found after troubleshooting according to above, try with a new cable harness and/or new VCT2000. VIDA - If no malfunctions were found after troubleshooting according to above, try performing a complete system reset of VIDA. Other information - Checking wiring and terminals See: Testing and Inspection/Component Tests and General Diagnostics/Checking Wiring and Terminals/Checking Wiring And Terminals Continue - Fault Found -----------------------Checking communication errors, car model V70 (00-), V70 XC (01-) / XC70, S60, S80 and XC90 Hint: Test the communication with another corresponding vehicle to decide if the malfunction is in the vehicle or in VIDA/VCT/cable harness. If the Page 527 Cargo Compartment Fuses Fuses 11D/1-7 Fuses 11D/8-18 Page 654 - Remove the retaining clip from the connector using a screwdriver - Disconnect the connector by releasing the catches at the front edge using pliers. Pry out the connector using a screwdriver - Lift out the connector with the protection underneath and put it to one side. Holder for the connector Page 1143 Page 1165 Checking SWM control unit Trouble-shooting information Before continuing with trouble-shooting it is important to take note of the following: - All tests for the current system should have been done. - No faults should be found in the components, connectors or wires etc. Have all the tests been done without finding any faults? Yes - Replacing the component No - No Fault Found ------------------------------------------------Replacing the component Test by replacing the control unit. Caution! A new control unit is supplied without software. The new control unit must be programmed before it will work. Additional information: - To replace and program the control unit, see Steering wheel module (SWM), replacing See: Steering Column Control Module/Service and Repair. Is there a fault? Yes - Fault Found No - No Fault Found ------------------------------------------------Trouble-Shooting Information Page 1222 Steering Mounted Controls Communication Module: Component Tests and General Diagnostics Checking the Ground Terminal for the Steering Wheel Module Checking the ground terminal for the steering wheel module Checking the ground terminal Page 156 - Remove the control module connector cover. - Flip the anti-dazzle button toward the lens. Disconnect the connector in the control module by pressing the catch through the opening. Use a screwdriver Page 1008 Twist the strands on the stripped wire ends. Do NOT forget to do this on all four wire ends. Note! Make sure the strands are twisted. Joining the wire ends with the same colors/ single or multi-colored Page 940 Engine Control Module: Diagnostic Aids VIDA (Vehicle Information & Diagnostics For Aftersales) VIDA (Vehicle Information & Diagnostics for Aftersales) During the second half of 2004, VADIS (Volvo Aftersales Diagnostic and Information System) was phased out and replaced by VIDA (Vehicle Information & Diagnostics for Aftersales). The purpose of VIDA is to support service providers in repairing and servicing Volvo vehicles. VIDA provides Service and Parts information, as well as diagnostic fault tracing, and software downloads. As in VADIS, these areas are integrated into one single application. All functionality that could be found in VADIS will be found in VIDA. However, in some particular areas, e.g., the diagnostic work flow, search functionality, and the Parts catalogue, VIDA contains considerable enhancements when compared to VADIS. Volvo's VIDA (Vehicle Information & Diagnostics for Aftersales) system ties together service and repair data, parts data, service bulletins, software (firmware) downloads, fault tracing and on-board diagnostic as well as other related information to decrease service time. Much of the diagnostic information provided here is presented in a manner that assumes the technician is using the web-based Volvo diagnostic system (VIDA) to diagnose the vehicle. Volvo does not provide any information based on performing diagnosis with a third party diagnostic tool aside from a conversion from P Codes to Volvo ECM Codes. See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control Systems/Testing and Inspection/Diagnostic Trouble Code Descriptions/Conversion Table Standardized Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)/Volvo Diagnostic Trouble Codes Check Terminals Visually Cleaning female socket terminals and male pin terminals Greasing female terminals Check terminals visually NOTE: When checking the engine control module (ECM), do not remove the control module from the car before the main relay has interrupted the power supply. This may take up to 4 minutes after the ignition has been switched off and the engine cooling fan (FC) has stopped running. Inspect the terminals visually when checking, or taking readings from, opened connectors. Repair wiring and cable terminals, using appropriate procedures. Checks: - Check for oxidation. This can cause poor connections in the terminals - Check for damage to pins and terminals. Check that they are properly inserted into the connector. Check that the cable is properly connected to the pin or terminal. Check pins and terminals particularly carefully - Use a separate male terminal to check the female terminal. Check that they are secure. Pull on the pin. Contact Resistance and Oxidation Contact resistance and oxidation Page 16 The table below summarizes the input signals to and output signals from the audio module (AUM). The signal types are divided into directly connected signals and Controller area network (CAN) communication. The illustration below displays the same information with the Volvo component designations. Page 1319 Select "Continue" when the fault has been remedied. Continue - Checking components ------------------------------------------------Checking components Activate the tailgate wiper. Read off the status. Hint: If the tailgate wiper switch status is OK the fault is in the tailgate wiper. Was the tailgate wiper status OK? Yes - Fault Found No - Replacing the component ------------------------------------------------Replacing the component Try replacing the steering wheel module (SWM). Caution! A new control module is delivered without software. The control module must be programmed in order to function after replacement. Other information: - For replacing and programming and replacing the control module: Steering wheel module (SWM), replacing See: Steering Column Control Module/Service and Repair Page 441 - Install the cable in the holder for the control module. Press the connector into place. - Reinstall the control module. Press the module into place until there is an audible click. Ordering software Order software Programming the steering wheel angle sensor module (SAS) Program the new control module The soundproofing panel Install the driver's side soundproofing panel. Page 714 Note! Make a note of the position number of the connector. These are located on the ends of the connector and in the bottom of the fuse holder. - Connect the green (GN) cable to position 19 in the connector. Connect the white (W) cable to position 30. - Reinstall the connector in the holder - Reinstall the connector in the fuse holder. - Refit the Rear Electronic Module (REM). - Fit fuse 15A from the kit in position 3 on the fuse holder. - Tighten the bracket of the accessory electronic module in the rear right hole for the floor support parallel to the side member as illustrated. On newer cars, there is a foam rubber block on the right-hand side member. This is to be kept in place and is compressed when the bracket is fitted in place. - Drill a -4 mm (5/32") hole in the side member, through the front hole in the bracket. - Remove the screw and the bracket - Remove any swarf. - Treat the edges of the holes using a rust-proofing agent. Page 355 Slide the catch in the direction of the arrow, as illustrated. Connector Data Link Connector (DLC), Repair Connector data link connector (DLC), repair Special tools: 951 2636 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2636 Terminal Removal Tool Note! As the illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and / or models, some variation may occur. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct. Data link connector (DLC), dismantling Expose the data link connector (DLC). Secondary lock Page 680 Remove all relays and shunts bridged to the control module. Note the locations. Release the catch on the rear. Use a screwdriver. Lift and pull out the control module. Check Check that the control module's connectors are intact. Installing the control module - Press the control module into place so that the catch on the rear engages - Position the connector. Carefully press the connector down. Note! The pins are fragile. Check that the connector goes straight down into the control module. - Tighten the screw for the connector - Check that the connector cover is correctly positioned. Remedy if necessary - Install the relays and shunts. Note their locations - Install the integrated relay / fusebox. See Installing the integrated relay / fusebox in the cargo compartment. Ordering software Order applicable software. Integrated Relay/Fusebox, Engine Compartment, Replacing Integrated relay / fusebox in engine compartment Exposing Page 394 - Take out the screw, washer, nut and bracket from the kit. - Place the bracket over the drilled hole with the text (1) facing backwards. Mark out to cut off the corner of the bumper cover as illustrated. - Cut off the corner. - Fit the bracket (with the text (1) facing backwards), with the screw, washer and nut. Do not tighten the bracket yet. - Place the connector on the bracket as illustrated. - Adjust the position of the bracket with the connector and tighten the screw/nut correctly. Connector Relay Box, Repair Connector relay box, repair Special tools: 951 2633 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2633 Terminal Removal Tool 951 2639 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2639 Terminal Removal Tool 951 2852 Terminal removal tool See: Tools and Equipment/951 2852 Terminal Removal Tool. Note! As the illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and / or models, some variation may occur. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct. Preparatory work Page 717 - Turn the ignition key to position 0 - Cars with manual gearboxes: Remove the ignition key - Disconnect the battery negative lead. Note! Wait at least five minutes before disassembling the connectors or removing other electrical equipment. Illustration A applies to the S60 and the S80 - Remove the seat cushion (1). First pull the front edge of the seat cushion up. Pull the cushion forwards. Then lift the seat cushion out. Illustration B applies to the V70 (00-) Page 846 6/67 Pump, Fuel Leakage Control 6/69 Damper Motor, Ventilation/Floor/Defroster 6/71 Stepper Motor, Speed-dependent Power Steering 6/92-93 Motor, RL/RR Power Window 6/92-93 Motor, RL And RR Power Window Page 328 Combined these give a component designation, for example, 3/2. There is a list of components, where, with the help of the component designation, you can read off the name of the component, for example, 3/2 = light switch. See: Diagrams/Diagram Information and Instructions/Diagram Legend List of type numbers The list shows which type of component that respective type numbers refer to, for example, 3/x = switch, 6/x = electric motor, etc. 1 Battery 2 Relay 3 Switch 4 Control module 5 Combined instrument panel 6 Electric motor 7 Sensor 8 Actuator 9 Heating element 10 Light 11 Fuse 15 Distribution rail 16 Audio 17 Service/diagnostics 18 Contact reel 19 Meter 20 Ignition component/shunt 31 Ground connection 53 Junction point 54 Connector B. Junction points The wiring diagrams contain numbered junction points, e.g. 53/352. This information contains a section with a list of junction points. This list shows all the components that are connected to each junction point. See: Power and Ground Distribution/Branching Point/Diagrams/Electrical Diagrams The location of the junction points is shown in the "Cable harness routing in vehicle". See: Locations/Harness Locations C. Connectors Connectors provide a bridge between two cables harnesses and are described in the "Connectors Views". See: Diagrams/Connector Views D. Electrical distribution Operation of the fuses and relays is shown in the "Electrical distribution". See: Power and Ground Distribution/Diagrams/Electrical Diagrams E. Data communication Today's cars are equipped with a CAN network, which transmits information. Connections to this network are shown in their entirety on the respective wiring diagrams. Complete information on CAN communication is can be found in the section titled "Data communication". See: Powertrain Management/Computers and Control Systems/Information Bus/Diagrams/Electrical Diagrams F. Abbreviations A number of different abbreviations are used in this information. These are explained in the section "Wire Color Code and Other Abbreviations". See: Diagrams/Diagram Information and Instructions/Wire Color Code and Other Abbreviations G. Component location The appearance and location of components is described in alphabetical order at the Vehicle Level component locations "A - Z Component List". See: Locations/Component Locations/A - Z Component List Wire Color Code and Other Abbreviations Page 1126 Steering Column Control Module: Description and Operation Diagnostic Functions General General The control module has a built-in diagnostic system, Volvo Diagnostic, which continuously monitors internal functions as well as input and output signals. Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCS) Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) A diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is stored if the control module detects a fault. 35 diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can be stored. A fault which is detected in the most recent operating cycle is defined as permanent. Other faults which are detected are defined as intermittent. Reading and Erasing Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCS) Reading And Erasing Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) Stored diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can be read off and erased using this function. Diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) can only be erased once all the diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) have been read off at least once. Reading Off Input and Output Signals Reading Off Input And Output Signals This function can be used to continuously read off the status of the control module's input and output signals. Reading Off Extended Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Information Reading Off Extended Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Information This function can be used to read parameters, status identifiers and counters stored at the same time as a diagnostic trouble code (DTC). These are called frozen values. Reading the Control Module Identification Reading The Control Module Identification VADIS identifies control modules by reading off a number of codes from the control module memory. The codes contain the following information about the control module: - hardware P/N (control module without software). - hardware serial number (control module without software). - software P/N. - diagnostic software P/N. Downloading Software and Replacing the Control Module Downloading Software And Replacing The Control Module New software can be downloaded into the steering wheel module (SWM). When ordering software, the hardware and the software in the car is compared to the data in the Volvo central database. If the comparison is OK the software is downloaded to the control module. If the comparison between the car and Volvo central database is not OK, the database is updated with the car configuration. When this is complete the software is downloaded. The control module is integrated in the steering wheel bracket. The steering wheel must be removed to replace the control module. Page 1200 Was the status of the cruise control switch OK? Yes - Fault Found No - Checking components and wiring ------------------------------------------------Checking components and wiring - Ignition off - Disconnect the audio / carphone wiring by disconnecting the lower connector on the cruise control switch - Ignition on. Activate the buttons. Read off the status of the buttons in the cruise control switch If the readings give a correct result, the fault is in the wiring between the audio / carphone switch and the cruise control switch. Other information: - To access the cruise control switch, see the relevant service procedure. Page 884 11B/11-23 11 C/no. Fuses In Passenger Compartment Passenger Compartment Fuses Page 745 - Press the control module onto the bracket by the side member - Plug in the connectors of the cargo compartment lighting and refit the sill panel. - Turn the ignition key to position II. - Reconnect the battery negative lead - Reposition the folding panels and refit the cargo compartment carpet. - Program the software according to the service information in VIDA. Applies to the V70 - Turn the ignition switch to position 0. - Disconnect the