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Thread: SRS warning

  1. #1
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    Default SRS warning

    I recently purchased a 2014 XC70 T6.
    A couple of days ago I pulled the front door panels to upgrade the speakers.
    Afterwards a SRS warning appeared in the display, along with the Check Engine light coming on.
    Any ideas on what I did wrong?

    Thanks,
    Woody
    San Diego CA USA

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    Not sure you did anything wrong. Coincidence?

    Owners of used Volvos are smart to invest in a Volvo-specific OBD-II Scanner Diagnostic Tool. You'll be able to read out specifics to go with the SRS warning and CEL.

    As a general guideline, if repairs involve unplugging a connector, if this disconnects any module that is "on" when the car is off, you should only do this while the battery is disconnected.
    Examples: Power seat modules, power tailgate module, door lock modules, infotainment module, key-fob-sensing module, security module, etc.
    2013 XC70 T6 Flamenco Red (hers)
    2015 XC70 T6 Seashell Metallic (his)
    past: 13 Volvos going back to '74 242 sedan

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    Are there recommendations for OBD-II Scanner Diagnostic Tool ?

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    I would look at the Autel and the iCarSoft scanners, the ones that contain Volvo-specific diagnostics. This tool will save you thousands over the years.
    2013 XC70 T6 Flamenco Red (hers)
    2015 XC70 T6 Seashell Metallic (his)
    past: 13 Volvos going back to '74 242 sedan

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