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There are relay/fuse boxes located in the engine compartment and the passenger compartment. If an electrical component fails to function, this may be due to a blown fuse. The easiest way to see if a fuse is blown is to remove it.
To do so:
If fuses burn out repeatedly, have the electrical system inspected by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.
The fuse box in the engine compartment has positions for 36 fuses.
Several extra fuses and a fuse removal tool to assist in removing/replacing fuses can be found on the underside of the fuse box cover in the engine compartment.
|1.||Coolant fan (radiator)||50A|
|3.||Feed to passenger compartmentfuse box||60A|
|4.||Feed to passenger compartment fuse box||60A|
|5.||Element, climate unit||80A|
|6.||Not in use||-|
|10.||Climate system blower||40A|
|12.||Feed to heated rear window||30A|
|13.||Starter motor relay||30A|
|14.||Trailer connector (accessory)||40A|
|15.||Not in use||-|
|16.||Feed to audio system||30A|
|18.||Feed to passenger compartment fuse box||40A|
|19.||Not in use||-|
|21.||Not in use||-|
|22.||Not in use||-|
|23.||Engine control module (ECM)/transmission control module (TCM)||10A|
|24.||Not in use||-|
|25.||Not in use||-|
|28.||Not in use||-|
|29.||Front fog lights*||15A|
|30.||Not in use||-|
|31.||Not in use||-|
|33.||Heated oxygen sensor, vacuum pump||20A|
|34.||Ignition coils, climate unit pressure sensor||10A|
|35.||Engine sensor valves, A/C relay, relay coil, PTC element oil trap, canister, mass air meter||15A|
|36.||Engine control module (ECM), throttle sensor||10A|
The fuse box in the passenger compartment is located under the glove compartment.
To access the fuses:
|-||Fuse 37-42, Not in use||-||-|
|43.||Audio system, Bluetooth, Volvo Navigation system*||15A|
|44.||Supplemental Restrain System (SRS), engine control module||10A|
|45.||12-volt socket in rearseat||15A|
|46.||Lighting – glove compartment, instrument panel, and footwells||5A|
|48.||Tailgate window wiper/ washer||15A|
|49.||Supplemental Restrain System (SRS), Occupant Weight Sensor (OWS)||10A|
|50.||Not in use||-|
|51.||AWD, fuel filter relay||10A|
|52.||Transmission control module (TCM), ABS||5A|
|54.||Park assist*, Active Bending Lights*||10A|
|55.||Not in use||-|
|56.||Volvo Navigation System remote key module, alarm siren controlmodule||10A|
|57.||On-board diagnostic socket, brake light switch||15A|
|58.||Right high beam, auxiliary lights relay||7.5A|
|59.||Left high beam||7.5A|
|60.||Heated driver's seat*||15A|
|61.||Heated passenger's seat*||15A|
|63.||Power window and door lock – rear passenger's side door||20A|
|64.||Audio system, Volvo Navigation system*||5A|
|66.||Audio system control module (ICM), climate system||10A|
|67.||Not in use||-|
|69.||Climate system, rain sensor*, BLIS button*||5A|
|70.||Not in use||-|
|71.||Not in use||-|
|72.||Not in use||-|
|73.||Moonroof, front ceiling lighting, auto-dim mirror*, seat belt reminder||5A|
|74.||Fuel pump relay||15A|
|75.||Not in use||-|
|76.||Not in use||-|
|77.||Auxiliary equipment control module (AEM)||15A|
|78.||Not in use||-|
|80.||Not in use||-|
|81.||Power window and door lock – rear driver's side door||20A|
|82.||Power window – front passenger's side door||25A|
|83.||Power window and door lock – front driver's side door||25A|
|84.||Power passenger's seat||25A|
|85.||Power driver's seat||25A|
|86.||Interior lighting relay, cargo area light, power seats||5A|
* Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.
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