99 Volvo s70

Asked by Mar 08, 2016 at 12:28 PM about the 1999 Volvo S70

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basic problem solving...use a wirebrush on the main Black cable connecting the battery to the block...also the chassis also needs the high amperage connection too~ batteries will last ten years before they will not take a charge...a green corrosion happens on all connections...be sure that 50 amps can get through~ the orange arrow will disappear once correct voltages are present~ if not there is a procedure for resetting this system without a scan-tool...check your glovebox for the correct procedure~ MY 1971 Volvo had a habit of catching on fire...soaked up all my free cash to provide one mediocre car~

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