2009 Volvo Xc60 Owner's Manual

2009 Volvo Xc60 owners manual
Year:
2009
Make:
Volvo
Model:
Xc60
Rating:
(5)

Online manual

Size:
10.67 MB

Table of Contents

Contents
4
Introduction
8
Important information
8
8
Points to keep in mind
8
Vehicle event data (Black box)
9
Driver distraction
10
Important warnings
10
Accessory installation
10
Volvo and the environment
11
Environment
11
Safety
14
Occupant safety
14
Reporting safety defects in the U.S.
15
Reporting safety defects
15
Reporting safety defects in Canada
15
General information
16
Seat belts
16
Seat belt reminder
17
Rear seats
17
Seat belt use during pregnancy
18
Child seats
18
General information
19
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
19
Front airbags
20
The front airbag system
20
Front airbag deployment
21
Airbag decals
22
General information
24
Occupant Weight Sensor
24
General information
28
Side impact protection (SIPS) airbags
28
General information
30
Volvo Inflatable Curtain (VIC)
30
General information
31
Whiplash Protection System – WHIPS
31
34
Crash mode
34
Children should be seated safely
35
Child safety
35
Automatic Locking Retractor/Emergency Locking Retractor (ALR/ELR)
36
When attaching the seat belt to a child seat:
36
Volvo's recommendations
36
Volvo has some very specific recommendations:
36
Child restraints
37
Child restraint systems
37
Securing an infant seat with a seat belt
39
Infant seats
39
Securing a convertible seat with a seat belt
41
Convertible seats
41
Securing a booster cushion
43
Booster cushions
43
Using the ISOFIX lower child seat anchors
44
ISOFIX lower anchors
44
Child restraint anchorages
45
Top tether anchors
45
Registering a child restraint
46
Child restraint registration and recalls
46
Integrated two-stage booster cushionCanada only: This cushion may be referred to as a built-in booster cushion.
47
Integrated booster cushion
47
Locks and alarm
52
Remote key and key blade
52
Common functions – Remote key/Personal Car Communicator (PCC)
54
Buttons on the remote
54
Range
55
Functions – PCC
55
Using the information button
55
Range
56
Heartbeat Sensor
57
Keyless drive
57
Detachable key blade
57
Unlocking the doors with the detached key blade
57
Locking the doors with the detached key blade
57
Removing the key blade
57
Reinserting the key blade in the remote control
57
Replacing batteries in the remote key/PCC
58
Opening the remote key/PCC
58
Replacing the batteries
58
Re-assembling the remote key
58
Keyless drive (models with Personal Car Communicator only)
60
Keyless drive
60
Location of the keyless drive antennas
62
Locking and unlocking the vehicle
63
Locks
63
Power tailgate
65
Automatic opening
65
Automatic closing
65
Interrupting automatic opening/closing
65
Operating the tailgate manually
66
Child safety locks
67
Child safety locks
67
The alarm system
68
Alarm
68
Arming the alarm
68
Disarming the alarm
68
Turning off (stopping) the alarm
69
Other alarm-related functions
69
Automatic re-arming
69
Audible/visual alarm signal
69
Remote key not functioning
69
Reduced alarm function
69
Turning off the accessory alarm sensors
69
Your driving environment
74
Instruments and controls
74
Information displays
75
Gauges
76
Indicator, information, and warning symbols
76
Function check
76
Indicator and warning symbols
76
Indicator and warning symbols
78
Trip odometers
80
Clock
80
Functions
81
Ignition modes
81
Front seats
83
Seats
83
Rear seats
85
Folding down the rear seat backrests
85
Rear center head restraint
86
Manually lowering the rear seat's outboard head restraints
87
Adjusting
88
Steering wheel
88
Keypads
88
Horn
88
Lighting panel
89
Lighting
89
High/low beam headlights
89
Low beams
89
High beam flash
89
High/low beam headlights
89
Dual Xenon Lights
90
Parking lights
90
Brake lights
90
Emergency brake lights (EBL)
90
Front fog lights
91
Rear fog light
91
Hazard warning flashers
91
Turn signals
92
When changing lanes
92
When turning
92
Interior lighting, front
92
Interior lighting, rear
93
Courtesy lights/door step lighting
93
Glove compartment lighting
93
Overhead courtesy lighting
93
Home safe lighting
93
Approach lighting
94
Windshield wipers/washers
95
Wipers and washers
95
Tailgate wiper/washer
96
Tailgate wiper and reverse gear
96
Power windows
98
Power windows
98
Power door mirrors
100
Mirrors
100
Rear window and door mirror defrosters
101
Interior rearview mirror
101
Auto-dim function
101
Introduction
102
Power panorama moonroof
102
Operation
102
Automatic operation
102
Manual operation
103
Tilt position
103
Introduction
104
HomeLink® Wireless Control System
104
Programming HomeLink
104
Gate Operator/Canadian Programming
105
Using HomeLink
105
Erasing HomeLink Buttons
106
Reprogramming a Single HomeLink Button
106
Starting the engine
107
Starting the engine
107
Jump starting
109
Automatic transmission
111
Transmission
111
Brake system
114
Brakes
114
Introduction
116
Hill Descent Control (HDC)
116
Function
116
Using HDC
116
Electric parking brake
118
Parking brake
118
Comfort and driving pleasure
124
Menus and messages
124
Main instrument panel
125
Menu overview
126
Message
126
Introduction
128
Climate system
128
Air distribution
129
Air vents in the dashboard
129
Air vents in the door pillars
130
Electronic climate control, ECC
130
Blower control
130
Heated front seats
130
Heated rear seats
131
Air distribution
131
Auto
131
Temperature control
131
A/C – ON/OFF
131
Defroster
132
Recirculation/air quality system
132
Air distribution table
133
Introduction
135
Audio system
135
Overview
135
Steering wheel keypad
135
USB/iPod connector
136
USB flash drive
136
MP3 player
136
iPod
137
Rear seat control panel with headphone sockets
137
Activating/deactivating
137
Scroll/search forward and backward
137
Limitations
137
Menu control and MY KEY
137
Storing your favorite functions with MY KEY
137
Audio functions
138
Audio volume and automatic volume control
138
External audio source volume
138
Sound settings
139
Optimal sound reproduction
139
Radio functions
140
Automatic tuning
140
Manual tuning
140
Preset stations
140
Scan
140
Radio text
141
HD Radio™reception (U.S. models only)HD Radio(TM) technology is manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corp. U.S. and Foreign Patents. HD Radio(TM) and the HD and HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.
141
Introduction
141
Sub-channels
142
Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) - Canadian models only
142
Introduction
142
Service and Ensemble
142
Ensemble learn
142
Wavebands
143
Navigating via lists
143
Scanning
143
Sirius satellite radio
143
Listening to satellite radio
143
SIRIUS ID
143
Selecting a channel category
144
Selecting a channel
144
Direct channel entry
144
Scanning
144
Storing a channel
144
Song Seek and Song Memory
144
Radio text
145
Advanced settings
145
Skip options
145
Channel lock
145
Unlocking a channel
146
CD functions
146
Playing a CD (CD playerCertain markets only.)
147
Playing a CD (CD changer)
147
Insert a CD (CD changer)
147
Disc eject
147
Pause
147
Sound files
147
Fast-forward/change CD tracks and sound files
147
Scan CD
148
Random
148
Disc text
148
Introduction
149
Bluetooth® hands-free connection
149
Bluetooth functions in the center console control panel
149
Getting started
150
Activating/deactivating
150
Connecting cell phones
150
Making a call
150
Disconnecting the cell phone
151
Handling calls
151
Incoming calls
151
Automatic answer
151
Call settings
151
Sound settings
151
Call volume
151
Audio system volume
151
Ringing volume
152
Ringing tones
152
More information about registering and connecting cell phones
152
Automatic connection
152
Manual connection
152
Phone book
152
Searching for contacts
153
Voice control
153
Voice mail number
153
Call lists
153
Entering text
153
Bluetooth® menus
154
Introduction
155
Trip computer
155
Functions
155
Average speed
155
Current speed in mph (Canadian models only)
155
Current speed in km/h (U.S. models only)
155
Current fuel consumption (Instantaneous)
155
Average fuel consumption
155
Driving distance on current fuel reserve
155
Operation
156
Compass
156
Introduction
157
Stability system
157
Operation
157
Temporarily switching off Spin control
157
Messages in the information display
157
Symbols in the instrument panel
157
Active chassis (Four C)
159
Active chassis system–Four C
159
Speed-dependent steering force
159
Operation
160
Cruise control
160
Introduction
162
Collision warning with Auto-brake
162
Function
162
Collision warning
162
Brake support
162
Auto-brake
163
Operation
163
On and off
163
Activating/deactivating warning signals
163
Setting a warning distance
163
Checking settings
163
Limitations
164
The camera’s limitations
164
Fault tracing and actions
165
Symbols and messages in the display
166
Introduction
168
City Safety™
168
Function
169
Using City Safety™
169
On and Off
169
Limitations
170
Troubleshooting
170
The laser sensor
171
Symbols and messages in the display
172
Introduction
174
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
174
Function
174
Warning light-driver braking required
175
Operation
176
Engaging the cruise control function
176
Setting a speed
176
Adjusting the set speed
176
Setting a time interval
176
Deactivating and resuming settings
177
Deactivation due to action by the driver
177
Automatic deactivation
177
The radar sensor and its limitations
177
Fault tracing and actions
178
Symbols and messages in the display
179
Introduction
181
Distance alert
181
Operation
181
Setting a time interval
181
Limitations
182
Introduction
184
Driver Alert System
184
Driver Alert Control (DAC)–general information
184
Limitations
184
Operating DAC
185
Activating DAC
185
Symbols and messages in the display
186
Lane Departure Warning (LDW)–general information
187
Operation and function
187
Symbols and messages in the display
188
Settings
188
Introduction
189
Park assist
189
Function
189
Activating/deactivating
189
Signals from the park assist system
190
Visual indicator
190
Audible signal
190
Rear park assist
190
Front park assist
191
Faults in the system
191
Cleaning the sensors
191
Introduction
192
Park Assist Camera (PAC)
192
Function
192
Ambient lighting conditions
192
Using PAC
192
Activation
192
Deactivation
193
Guiding lines
193
Sidelines
193
Vehicles equipped with Park Assist
193
Settings
194
Limitations
194
Keep in mind
194
Introduction
195
Blind Spot Information System
195
When does BLIS function
196
196
How BLIS functions in daylight and darkness
196
Limitations
197
Cleaning the BLIS camera lenses
197
Switching BLIS on and off
197
BLIS system messages
198
Storage spaces
199
Passenger compartment convenience
199
Tunnel console
200
Cigarette lighter and ashtray
200
Glove compartment
200
Vanity mirror
201
12-volt sockets
201
12-volt socket in the cargo area
201
During your trip
204
Driving recommendations
204
Fuel requirements
208
Refueling
208
Octane rating
209
Minimum octane
209
Demanding driving
209
Fuel Formulations
209
Use of Additives
209
210
Opening/closing the fuel filler door
210
Manually opening the fuel filler door
210
Opening/closing the fuel cap
210
Emission controls
211
Three-way catalytic converter
211
Heated oxygen sensors
211
Introduction
212
Loading
212
Load anchoring eyelets
212
Grocery bag holder
213
Roof loads
213
Using load carriers
213
Steel cargo grid
215
Cargo area
215
Cargo area cover
216
Use
216
Installing the cover
216
Removing the cover
216
Folding down the cargo area cover's rear flap
216
Cargo net
216
Mounting the cargo net
217
Removing and storing the cargo net
218
Introduction
219
Towing a trailer
219
Detachable trailer hitch (accessory)
220
Installing the ball holder
220
Removing the ball holder
220
Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)
220
Function
220
How TSA works
221
Towing eyelet
222
Emergency towing
222
Maintenance and specifications
226
Volvo maintenance
226
Owner maintenance
227
Maintaining your car
227
Hoisting the vehicle
227
Emission inspection readiness
227
What is an Onboard Diagnostic System (OBD II)?
227
How do states use OBD II for emission inspections?
227
How can my vehicle fail OBD II emission inspection?
228
How can I prepare for my next OBD II emission inspection?
228
Opening and closing the hood
229
Hood and engine compartment
229
Engine compartment, overview
229
Checking the engine oil
230
Engine oil
230
Coolant
232
Fluids
232
Brake fluid
232
Checking the level
232
Filling
233
Power steering fluid
233
Introduction
234
Replacing bulbs
234
Headlight housing
234
Removing the headlight housing
235
Reinserting the headlight housing
235
Removing the cover to access the headlights
236
Low beam, Halogen
236
High beam, Halogen
236
Extra high beamModels with optional Active Dual Xenon headlights only.
237
Turn signals
237
Side marker lights
237
Front fog lights
238
Rear fog light
238
Location of taillight bulbs
238
Brake lights and Taillights
239
License plate lighting
239
Footwell lighting
239
Cargo area lighting
240
Vanity mirror lighting
240
Removing the mirror glass
240
Reinstalling the mirror glass
240
Specification, bulbs
240
Wiper blades
242
Wiper blades and washer fluid
242
Filling washer fluid
243
Warning symbols on the battery
244
Battery
244
Handling
244
Maintenance
244
Changing
245
Removal
245
Installation
246
Replacing fuses
247
Fuses
247
Location of the fuse boxes
247
Engine compartment
248
Positions
249
Under the glove compartment
251
Positions
251
Cargo area
253
Positions
253
Introduction
255
Wheels and tires
255
Tire wear
256
Tire rotation
256
Tread wear indicator
257
Tire inflation
257
Tire inflation
257
Checking tire pressure
258
Tire specifications
259
Speed ratings
259
Load ratings
259
Tire inflation pressure table – U.S. models
260
Tire inflation pressure table – Canadian models
260
Tire designations
261
Glossary of tire terminology
262
Vehicle loading
263
Curb weight
263
Capacity weight
263
Permissible axle weight
263
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
263
Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit
263
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
264
TREADWEAR
264
TRACTION
264
TEMPERATURE
264
Snow chains, snow tires, studded tires
264
Snow chains
264
Snow tires, studded tiresWhere permitted
265
Temporary Spare
266
Changing a wheel
266
Spare wheel
266
Taking out the spare wheel
266
Changing a tire:
267
Re-installing the wheel
268
Tire Sealing System
268
Introduction
268
Accessing the tire sealing system
269
Tire sealing system–overview
269
Tire sealing system–temporarily repairing a flat tire
270
Stage 1: Sealing the hole
270
Stage 2: Checking inflation pressure
272
Replacing the sealing compound container
272
Inflating tires
273
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)–U.S models only
273
Erasing warning messages
274
Changing wheels with TPMS
275
Washing the car
276
Vehicle care
276
Polishing and waxing
277
Cleaning the interior
278
Upholstery care
278
Cleaning the seat belts
279
Cleaning floor mats
279
Spots on interior plastic, metal, or wood surfaces
279
Touching up paintwork
279
Color code
279
Minor stone chips and scratches
279
Minor scratches on the surface
280
Repairing stone chips
280
Location of labels
281
Label information
281
List of labels
282
Dimensions
283
Specifications
283
Weights
284
Engine specifications
285
Engine oil
285
Oil viscosity
285
American Petroleum Institute (API) symbol
286
Oil volume
286
Other fluids and lubricants
287
Electrical system
288
General information
288
Volvo On Call Roadside Assistance
289
Volvo programs
289
Technician certification
289

FAQ about the 2009 Volvo Xc60 Manual

What contains the 2009 Xc60 manual?

The Volvo Xc60 owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Volvo to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Volvo Xc60. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Volvo Xc60 2009 owner's manual:

  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings
  • Handling the Unexpected, including tire changes, jump-starting, and common car issues
  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Volvo Xc60 owners can do
  • Maintenance for your Volvo Xc60, such as oil changes, tire rotations, brake inspections, and fluid checks
  • Environmental Information about environmentally-friendly driving practices

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The Volvo Xc60 (2009) owner's manual is available in English?

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