Volvo S80 Questions

2016 Volvo S80 T5 Blower Motor Will Not Shut Off When Ignition Is Turned Of...

Battery was just replaced by Volvo Dealer. One day later, when turning ignition off, Blower Motor will not shut off until new battery died. Charged Battery, drove car, everything works normally. Ag...

Vulvo Steering Hard To Turn

My 07, vulvo s80 3.2 steering became hard to turn ,I started it this morning drove to store came back out 5 mins and the steering was harder to turn ,stuff also a burnt smell like rubber when I ...

Valve Cover Gasket Leaking

Could a leaking valve cover gasket cause a whining in my power steering? Reservoir and power steering hose all look good.

Fog Lights Rear And Front

My front fog light on drivers side went out and also the rear fog passenger light that has really no meaning other than looks (im sure you know the one I am talking of) has been out since I bought i...

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What Is The Exact Function Of The Winter And Wet 'W' Feature On The Gear Sh...

As this is an AWD vehicle, I am not clear on what occurs when the 'W' button is pushed? There is no explanation in the manual, other than you use this when driving in wet and winter conditions. I'd li...

Volvo S80 Overview

The S80 is the largest of Volvo's sedans. It replaced the S90 sedan in 1999 when the Volvo naming convention changed from odd to even initial digits in line with a total re-design.
The 1999 served as the initial platform for some of Volvo's innovative safety features. Those features, which now are found in all Volvos, were the Whiplash Protection System (WHIPS) and side-curtain air bags. The Swedish auto-maker is best known for giving top priority to occupant safety, a commitment that has been in place for the company's existence.
Although the S80 is not by most people's definition a true luxury car, it offers a high level of comfort and an impressive number of conveniences, in addition to the safety features, that come as standard equipment. It's a great choice for the discerning auto-buyer who doesn't want to spend a mint.

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