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Installation

1. Lower the battery into the battery box.

2. Move the battery inward and to the side

until it reaches the rear edge of the box.

3. Tighten the clamp that secures the bat-

tery.

4. Connect the ventilation hose.

> Be sure that it is correctly connected

to the battery and the vent in the vehi-

cle's body.

5. Connect the red positive cable.
6. Connect the black negative cable.
7. Press in the rear cover. (See Removal).
8. Reinstall the molding. (See Removal).
9. Reinstall the front cover and secure it with

the clips. (See Removal).

Related information

Battery – handling (p. 296)

Battery – symbols (p. 295)

Fuses – introduction

The fuses help protect the vehicle's electrical

components from overloading.

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:
1. Pull the fuse straight out. If a fuse is diffi-

cult to remove, a special fuse removal

tool is located on the inside of the

engine compartment fusebox cover.

2. From the side, examine the curved metal

wire in the fuse to see if it is intact.

If the wire is broken, insert a new fuse of the

same color and amperage (written on the

fuse).
If fuses burn out repeatedly, have the electri-

cal system inspected by a trained and quali-

fied Volvo service technician.

WARNING

Never use metal objects or fuses with

higher amperage than those stated on the

following pages. Doing so could seriously

damage or overload the vehicle's electrical

system.

Location of the fuseboxes

Fuses – engine compartment

The fuses in the engine compartment protect

e.g., engine and brake functions.

Positions
These fuses are all located in the engine com-

partment box. Fuses in C are located under

A.
A decal on the inside of the cover shows the

positions of the fuses.

Fuses 1 – 15, 34 and 42 – 44 are relays/

circuit breakers and should only be

removed or replaced by a trained and

qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuses 16 – 33 and 35 – 41 may be

changed at any time when necessary.

There is a special fuse removal tool on the

underside of the cover.

Pos Function

A

Circuit breaker: central

electrical module

under the glove com-
partment

A

50

Circuit breaker: central

electrical module

under the glove com-

partment

50

60

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Pos Function

A

Circuit breaker: central

electrical module

under the glove com-
partment

A

60

Circuit breaker: central

electrical module

under the glove com-
partment

A

60

Headed windshield*,

driver's side

40

Windshield wipers

30

Climate system
blower

A

40

Headed windshield*,

passenger's side

40

ABS pump

40

ABS valves

20

Headlight washers

20

Pos Function

A

Active Bending Lights-

headlight leveling*

10

Central electrical mod-

ule (under the glove

compartment)

20

ABS

5

Adjustable steering

force*

5

Engine Control Module

(ECM), transmission,

SRS

10

Heated washer noz-

zles*

10

-

Lighting panel

5

-

-

-

Relay coils

5

Auxiliary lights*

20

Horn

15

Pos Function

A

Relay coils, Engine

Control Module (ECM)

10

Control module - auto-

matic transmission

15

A/C compressor (not

4-cyl. engines)

15

Relay-coils A/C, relay

coils in engine com-

partment cold zone for

Start/Stop

5

Starter motor relay

A

30

Engine control module

(4-cyl. engines)
Ignition coils (5-/6-cyl.

engines), condenser

(6-cyl. engines)

20

Engine Control Module

(4-cyl. engines)

20

Engine Control Module

(5-cyl. & 6-cyl. engines)

10

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Pos Function

A

4-cyl. engines: mass

air meter, thermostat,

EVAP valve

10

5-/6-cyl. engines:

Injection system, mass

air meter (6-cyl.

engines only), engine

control module

15

A/C compressor (5-/6-

cyl. engines), engine

valves, engine control

module (6-cyl.

engines), solenoids (6-

cyl. non-turbo only),

mass air meter (6-cyl.

only), oil level sensor

(5-cyl. only)

10

Engine valves/oil

pump/center heated

oxygen sensor (4-cyl.

engines)

15

Front/rear heated oxy-

gen sensors (4-cyl.

engines), EVAP valve

(5-/6-cyl. engines),

heated oxygen sensors

(5-/6-cyl. engines)

15

Pos Function

A

Oil pump/crankcase

ventilation heater/cool-

ant pump (5-cyl.

engines)

10

Ignition coils (4-cyl.

engines)

15

Fuel leakage detection

(5-/6-cyl. engines),

control module for

radiator shutter (5-cyl.

engines)

5

Fuel leakage detection,

A/C solenoid (4-cyl.

engines)

7.5

Coolant pump (4-cyl.

engines)

50

Cooling fan

60 (4/5-

cyl.

engines)

80 (6-cyl.

engines)

Power steering

100

A

This position is not used on vehicles with the optional

Start/Stop function, refer to the table "Engine compart-

ment cold zone" in Fuses – engine compartment cold zone

(Start/Stop only) (p. 306).

Related information

Fuses – glove compartment (p. 302)

Fuses – cargo area/trunk (p. 305)

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Fuses – glove compartment

The fuses under the glove compartment pro-

tect components such as the infotainment

system and optional power seat.

Fusebox A: General fuses
Fusebox B: Control module fuses
Fold aside the upholstery covering the fuse-

boxes.
1. Press the cover's lock and fold it up.
2. The fuses are accessible.

Positions: fusebox A

Pos Function

A

Circuit breaker for the infotain-

ment system and for fuses

16-20

40

-

Pos Function

A

Controls in driver's door

20

Controls in front passenger's

door

20

Controls in right rear passeng-

er's door

20

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Pos Function

A

Controls in left rear passeng-

er's door

20

Keyless drive*

Power driver's seat*

20

Power front passenger's seat*

20

-

Infotainment system display

5

Infotainment system: amplifier,

SiriusXM

™ satellite radio*

10

Sensus control module

15

Bluetooth hands-free system

5

-

Courtesy lighting, climate sys-

tem sensor

5

12-volt sockets in tunnel con-

sole

15

Heated rear seat* (passenger's

side)

15

Heated rear seat* (driver's

side)

15

Pos Function

A

-

Heated front passenger's

seat*

15

Heated driver's seat*

15

Park assist*

5

All Wheel Drive* control mod-

ule

15

Active chassis system*

10

Positions: fusebox B

Pos Function

A

-

Front courtesy lighting, driv-

er's door power window con-

trols, power seat(s)*,

7.5

Instrument panel

5

Adaptive cruise control/colli-

sion warning*

10

Courtesy lighting, rain sen-
sor*, HomeLInk

®

 Wireless

Control System*

7.5

Pos Function

A

Steering wheel module

7.5

Cental locking: fuel filler door

10

15

15

10

Electrical folding rear seat

outboard head restraints*

10

Fuel pump

20

Climate system control panel

5

-

Alarm, On-board diagnostic

system

5

Satellite radio *, audio system

amplifier

10

Airbag system, occupant

weight sensor

10

Collision warning system*

5

Accelerator pedal sensor,

auto-dim mirror function,

heated rear seats*

7.5

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Pos Function

A

-

Brake lights

5

20

Immobilizer

5

Related information

Fuses – engine compartment (p. 299)

Fuses – cargo area/trunk (p. 305)

Fuses – engine compartment cold zone

(Start/Stop only) (p. 306)

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Fuses – cargo area/trunk

The fuses in the cargo area/trunk protect

components such as trailer connections, the

parking brake, etc.

Positions

Pos Function

A

Electric parking brake (left

side)

30

Electric parking brake (right

side)

30

Heated rear window

30

Trailer socket 2*

15

-

-

-

-

Trailer socket 1*

40

-

Related information

Fuses – engine compartment (p. 299)

Fuses – glove compartment (p. 302)

Fuses – engine compartment cold zone

(Start/Stop only) (p. 306)

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Fuses – engine compartment cold
zone (Start/Stop only)

7

There are fuses in the engine compartment

cold zone on models with the Start/Stop

function.

Location of Start/Stop fuses

Positions

Fuses A1, A2 and 1–11 are relays/circuit

breakers and should only be removed or

replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo

service technician.

Fuse 12 may be changed at any time

when necessary.

Pos Function

A

Circuit breaker: central elec-

trical module in the engine

compartment

175

175

-

Pos Function

A

Circuit breaker: fusebox B

under the glove compartment

(see Fuses – glove compart-

ment (p. 302))

50

7

Option on 4-cyl. engines

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Pos Function

A

Circuit breaker: fusebox A

under the glove compartment

(see Fuses – glove compart-

ment (p. 302))

60

Circuit breaker: fusebox A

under the glove compartment

(see Fuses – glove compart-

ment (p. 302))

60

60

Climate system blower

40

Starter motor relay

30

Internal diode

50

Auxiliary battery

70

Central electrical module:

auxiliary battery reference

voltage, auxiliary battery

charging point

15

Related information

Fuses – engine compartment (p. 299)

Fuses – glove compartment (p. 302)

Fuses – cargo area/trunk (p. 305)

Start/Stop – introduction (p. 221)

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Washing the car

The vehicle should be washed at regular inter-

vals since dirt, dust, insects and tar spots

adhere to the paint and may cause damage.

To help prevent corrosion, it is particularly

important to wash the car frequently in the

wintertime.

The following points should be kept in mind

when washing and cleaning the car:

Avoid washing your car in direct sunlight.

Doing so may cause detergents and wax

to dry out and become abrasive. To avoid

scratching, use lukewarm water to soften

the dirt before you wash with a soft

sponge, and plenty of sudsy water.

Bird droppings: Remove from paintwork

as soon as possible. Otherwise the finish

may be permanently damaged.

A detergent can be used to facilitate the

softening of dirt and oil.

Dry the car with a clean chamois and

remember to clean the drain holes in the

doors and rocker panels.

Tar spots can be removed with tar

remover after the car has been washed.

A stiff-bristle brush and lukewarm soapy

water can be used to clean the wiper

blades. Frequent cleaning of the wind-

shield and wiper blades improves visibility

considerably and also helps prolong the

service life of the wiper blades.

Wash off the dirt from the underside

(wheel housings, fenders, etc).

In areas of high industrial fallout, more

frequent washing is recommended.

NOTE

When washing the car, remember to

remove dirt from the drain holes in the

doors and sills.

CAUTION

During high pressure washing, the

spray mouthpiece must never be

closer to the vehicle than 13" (30 cm).

Do not spray into the locks.

Dirt, snow, etc., on the headlights can

reduce lighting capacity considerably.

Clean the headlights regularly, for

example when refueling.

Exterior components
Volvo recommends the use of special clean-

ing products, available at your Volvo retailer,

for cleaning colored plastic, rubber, or orna-

mental components such as chromed strips

on the exterior of your vehicle. The instruc-

tions for using these products should be fol-

lowed carefully. Solvents or stain removers

should not be used.

CAUTION

Avoid waxing or polishing plastic or

rubber components

Polishing chromed strips can wear

away or damage the surface

Polishes containing abrasive sub-

stances should not be used

Related information

Polishing and waxing (p. 309)

Cleaning the interior (p. 310)

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Automatic car wash

The vehicle should be washed at regular inter-

vals since dirt, dust, insects and tar spots

adhere to the paint and may cause damage.

To help prevent corrosion, it is particularly

important to wash the car frequently in the

wintertime.

We do NOT recommend washing your

car in an automatic wash during the first

few months (because the paint will not

have hardened sufficiently).

An automatic wash is a simple and quick

way to clean your car, but it is worth

remembering that it may not be as thor-

ough as when you yourself go over the

car with sponge and water. Keeping the

underbody clean is most important, espe-

cially in the winter. Some automatic

washers do not have facilities for washing

the underbody.

NOTE

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, condensa-

tion will dissipate after the lights have been

on for a short time.

CAUTION

Before driving into an automatic car

wash, turn off the optional rain sensor

to avoid damaging the windshield wip-

ers.

Make sure that side view mirrors, aux-

iliary lamps, etc, are secure, and that

any antenna(s) are retracted or

removed. Otherwise there is risk of the

machine dislodging them.

Chromed wheels: Clean chrome-

plated wheels using the same deter-

gents used for the body of the vehicle.

Aggressive wheel-cleaning agents can

permanently stain chrome-plated

wheels.

WARNING

When the vehicle is driven immediately

after being washed, apply the brakes,

including the parking brake, several

times in order to remove any moisture

from the brake linings.

Engine cleaning agents should not be

used when the engine is warm. This

constitutes a fire risk.

Related information

Polishing and waxing (p. 309)

Cleaning the interior (p. 310)

Washing the car (p. 308)

Polishing and waxing

Normally, polishing is not required during the

first year after delivery, however, waxing may

be beneficial.

Before applying polish or wax the vehicle

must be washed and dried. Tar spots can

be removed with kerosene or tar remover.

Difficult spots may require a fine rubbing

compound.

After polishing use liquid or paste wax.

Several commercially available products

contain both polish and wax.

Waxing alone does not substitute for pol-

ishing a dull surface.

A wide range of polymer-based waxes

can be purchased today. These waxes

are easy to use and produce a long-last-

ing, high-gloss finish that protects the

bodywork against oxidation, road dirt and

fading.

Do not polish or wax your vehicle in direct

sunlight (the surface of the vehicle should

not be warmer than 113 °F (45  °C).

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CAUTION

Volvo does not recommend the use of

long-life or durable paint protection coat-

ings, some of which may claim to prevent

pitting, fading, oxidation, etc. These coat-

ings have not been tested by Volvo for

compatibility with your vehicle's clear coat.

Some of them may cause the clear coat to

soften, crack, or cloud. Damage caused by

application of paint protection coatings

may not be covered under your vehicle's

paint warranty.

Related information

Washing the car (p. 308)

Cleaning the interior

Only use cleaning agents and car care prod-

ucts recommended by Volvo. Clean regularly

and follow the instructions included with the

car care product.

Cleaning the interior

Upholstery care

Fabric

Clean with soapy water or a detergent. For

more difficult spots caused by oil, ice cream,

shoe polish, grease, etc., use a clothing/

fabric stain remover. Consult your Volvo

retailer.

Alcantera

TM

 suede-like material

Suede-like upholstery can be cleaned with a

soft cloth and mild soap solution.

Leather care

Volvo's leather upholstery is manufactured

with a protectant to repel soiling. Over time,

sunlight, grease and dirt can break down the

protection. Staining, cracking, scuffing, and

fading can result.
Volvo offers an easy-to-use, non-greasy

leather care kit formulated to clean and beau-

tify your vehicle's leather, and to renew the

protective qualities of its finish. The cleaner

removes dirt and oil buildup. The light cream

protectant restores a barrier against soil and

sunlight.

Volvo also offers a special leather softener

that should be applied after the cleaner and

protectant. It leaves leather soft and smooth,

and reduces friction between leather and

other finishes in the vehicle.
Volvo recommends cleaning, protecting and

conditioning your vehicle's leather two to four

times a year. Ask your Volvo retailer about

Leather Care Kit 951 0251 and Leather Soft-

ener 943 7429.

Cleaning leather upholstery

1. Pour leather cleaner on a damp sponge

and squeeze it until the cleaner foams.

2. Apply the foam to the stain by moving the

sponge with circular movements.

3. Dampen the stain thoroughly with the

sponge. Let the sponge absorb the stain,

do not rub.

4. Dry the stain with soft paper towels or a

towel, and allow the leather to dry com-

pletely.

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Protecting leather upholstery

1. Put a small amount of protectant cream

on a cloth and apply a thin coating of

cream to the upholstery with light circular

movements.

2. Allow the leather to dry for 20 minutes.
This will help the leather resist staining and

protect against sunlight's harmful UV rays.

CAUTION

Under no circumstances should gaso-

line, naphtha or similar cleaning agents

be used on the plastic or the leather

since these can cause damage.

Take extra care when removing stains

such as ink or lipstick since the color-

ing can spread.

Use solvents sparingly. Too much sol-

vent can damage the seat padding.

Start from the outside of the stain and

work toward the center.

Sharp objects (e.g. pencils or pens in a

pocket) or Velcro fasteners on clothing

may damage the textile upholstery.

Clothing that is not colorfast, such as

new jeans or suede garments, may

stain the upholstery.

Cleaning a leather-covered steering
wheel

Remove soil, dust, etc., with a damp

sponge and a neutral soap solution.

Leather should be allowed to breath.

Never cover the steering wheel with a

plastic protector.

Volvo recommends cleaning, protecting

and conditioning the steering wheel with

Volvo's Leather Care Kit 951 0251 and

Leather Softener 943 7429.

If there are stains on the steering wheel:
Type 1 
(ink, wine, coffee, milk, sweat or

blood)

Use a soft cloth or sponge. Wipe the

wheel with a solution with 5% ammonia.

For blood stains, mix approx. 1 cup (2 dl)

of water and one ounce (25g) of salt and

wipe the stain.

Type 2 (fat, oil, sauces, or chocolate)
1. Same procedure as for type I stains.
2. Finish by rubbing the wheel with absorb-

ent paper or a towel.

Type 3 (dry soil or dust)
1. Remove the soil/dust with a soft brush.
2. Same procedure as for type I stains.

CAUTION

Sharp objects, such as rings, could dam-

age the leather on the steering wheel.

Cleaning the seat belts
Clean only with lukewarm water and a mild

soap solution.

Cleaning floor mats
The floor mats should be vacuumed or

brushed clean regularly, especially during

winter when they should be taken out for dry-

ing. Spots on textile mats can be removed

with a mild detergent. For best protection in

winter, Volvo recommends the use of Volvo

rubber floor mats. Consult your Volvo retailer.

Spots on interior plastic, metal, or wood
surfaces
Cleaning interior plastic components should

be done with a cleaning agent specially

designed for this purpose. Consult your Volvo

retailer.

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CAUTION

Do not use cleaning agents with high

alcohol content such as washer fluid

to clean instrument panel glass.

Never spray cleaning agents or water

directly onto components with electri-

cal buttons or controls. Clean compo-

nents of this type by applying the

cleaning agent/water sparingly to a

cloth and wiping the components so

that no liquid penetrates into these

components.

Related information

Washing the car (p. 308)

Touching up paintwork

Paint damage requires immediate attention to

avoid rusting. Make it a habit to check the fin-

ish regularly, for instance washing the vehicle.

Touch-up if necessary.

Paint repairs require special equipment and

skill. Contact your Volvo retailer for any

extensive damage.
Minor scratches can be repaired by using

Volvo touch-up paint.

Color code

Sample color code: Canadian models

Make sure you have the right color. See Label

information (p. 315) for the location of this

label (label number 4 in the illustration).

Minor stone chips and scratches
Material:

Primer – can

Paint – touch-up pen

Brush

Masking tape

If the stone chip has not gone down to the

bare metal and an undamaged color coat

remains, you can add paint immediately after

removing dirt.

NOTE

When touching up the vehicle, it should be

clean and dry. The surface temperature

should be above 60 °F (15 °C).

Repairing stone chips

G021832

1. Place a strip of masking tape over the

damaged surface. Pull the tape off so that

any loose flakes of paint adhere to it.

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2. Thoroughly mix the primer and apply it

with a small brush.

3. When the primer surface is dry, the paint

can be applied using a brush. Mix the

paint thoroughly; apply several thin paint

coats and let dry after each application.

4. If there is a longer scratch, you may want

to protect surrounding paint by masking it

off

5. After a few days, polish the touched-up

areas. Use a soft rag and a small amount

of polish.

Related information

Label information (p. 315)

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