Having problems with your 2004 Volvo V70 ?

I have a 1999 XC70 wagon. I recently had the hatchback lock replaced. However, it will not operate with the remote or the switch on the armrest. The repaid shop told me there was no voltage to the remote lock. How can I check for voltage; where are the terminal stips located?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-04-2019

Answers :

Hi! Have you checked the fuse? It may be blown and needs to be replaced. You can check it on the fusebox and then you can do the testing if the fuse is ok. Hope this helps and have a good one!
The shop didn't install it correctly most likely. To further investigate before you accuse the shop of wrong doing: Go to the local dealer armed with the VIN number of your car and or the car. Ask the service/parts departments for a print out of the workings including the wiring diagram of the units. Most likely there is a problem with the way they installed the unit and they don't know how to reset it. The instructions from the dealer will help you sort out what the shop did or didn't do properly. If there is no voltage to the unit that is part of the shops job to give you a fully functioning unit in return for your payment. If there was a known problem they should have told you before finishing the job not after.
As for the dealer - before you take it in you might try removing the negative side of the battery and letting it stand for 45 minutes. Replace the cable - reset the clock - radio etc and run the car for about 20-30 minutes. This gives all the onboard computers a chance to reset.
Still I highly recommend you take down the vin number and call the dealer - ask about RECALLS of any kind and also Service Bulletins concerning your VIN number.
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