About some buttons right next to the automatic trans shifter.


Asked by Dec 31, 2007 at 08:55 PM about the 1997 Volvo V90 Wagon

Question type: General

We are wondering where on the internet we can go order an original owner's manual? We are curious as to what 3 buttons are, They are located next to the shifter itself, and it is on the center counsel. I guess they have to do with the trans. but not sure.As you probably figured out, We just got the vehicle, It is a 1997 Volvo V90.

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shot in the dark one for od on od off one for road lightes and maby one for traction control,this is only a guess.e bay is a good place to find a manual.

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Yes, or you could try writing to Volvo to see if they can send you one. Most manufacturers will do this. About your trans., I believe Papa is right, probably an OD button, perhaps a traction control button, etc.

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The three buttons are "W, S, and E" Winter is where it shifts straight into third gear so that you do not spin your tires in water or snow. Sport is for higher speeds such as passing, bad on mpg. Economy is for daily driving. You can go into any of them on the fly, it's not like shifting into four wheeled drive. Hope this helps.

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