2014 Volvo V60 Owner's Manual

2014 Volvo V60 owners manual
Year:
2014
Make:
Volvo
Model:
V60
Rating:
(10)

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Size:
12.15 MB

Table of Contents

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Digital owner's manual in the carApplies to certain car models.
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Owner's Manual in mobile devices
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Options/accessories
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Special texts
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Footnote
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Message texts
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Decals
16
Warning for personal injury
16
Risk of property damage
17
Information
17
Procedure lists
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Position lists
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Bulleted lists
17
Related information
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Images
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To be continued
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Continued from previous page
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Closing the VOCservice
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Starting the VOCservice
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Fuel consumption
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Efficient emission control
21
Clean air in the passenger compartment
21
Interior
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Volvo workshops and the environment
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Reducing environmental impact
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Recycling
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Remember
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Remember
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Rear seat
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Switch - PACOS
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Switch - PACOS
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Properties of the seat
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Seating position
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Child safety locks
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Recommended child seatsWith regard to other child seats your car should be included in the manufacturer's enclosed list of vehicles or be universally approved in accordance with the ECE R44 legal requirement.
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Stage 1Lower stage.
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Overview, left-hand drive car
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Overview, right-hand drive cars
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Information display
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Gauges and indicators
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Indicator and warning symbols
62
Functionality check
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Information display
62
Gauges and indicators, digital instrument panel
63
Indicator and warning symbols
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Functionality check
64
Eco guide
65
Indicator symbols
66
ABL fault
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Emissions system
66
ABS fault
66
Rear fog lamp on
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Stability system
66
Stability system, sport mode
66
Engine preheater (diesel)
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Low level in fuel tank
66
Information, read display text
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Main beam On
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Left/right-hand direction indicator
67
Ecofunction on
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Start/Stop
67
Tyre pressure system
67
Warning symbols
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Low oil pressure
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Parking brake applied
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Airbags – SRS
68
Seatbelt reminder
68
Alternator not charging
68
Fault in brake system
68
Warning
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Reminder – doors not closed
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Set the clock
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Overview
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Insert the remote control key
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Choosing key position/level
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Audio system
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Starting and stopping the engine
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Towing
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Lowering the front seat backrestThe sport seat backrest cannot be folded.
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Power seat
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Preparations
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Seat with memory function
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Store setting
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Using a stored setting
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Heated seats
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Emergency stop
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Head restraint, centre seat, rear
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Manual lowering of the outer head restraints, rear seat
77
Lowering the rear seat backrest
77
Electrical lowering of the rear seat's outer head restraints
78
Adjusting
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Keypads and paddles
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Horn
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Function
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Overview, light switches
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Knob positions
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Instrument lighting
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Dipped beam
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Main beam flash
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Main beam
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Auxiliary lamps
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Active high beam - AHB
84
Activating/deactivating
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Manual operation
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Active Xenon headlamps ABL
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Cornering lights
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Short flash sequence
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Continuous flash sequence
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Direction indicator symbols
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Front roof lighting
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Rear roof lighting
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Courtesy lighting
90
Glovebox lighting
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Vanity mirror lighting
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Lighting in the cargo area
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Automatic lighting
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Neutral position
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Active Xenon headlamps
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Windscreen wipersFor replacing the wiper blades and service position wiper blades, see . For filling washer fluid, see .
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Windscreen wipers off
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Single sweep
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Intermittent wiping
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Continuous wiping
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Service position wiper blade
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Rain sensor
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Activating and setting the sensitivity
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Deactivate
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Washing the headlamps and windows
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Washing the windscreen
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Heated washer nozzles
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High-pressure headlamp washing
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Reduced washing
93
Wiping and washing the rear window
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Wiper – reversing
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Operating
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Operating without auto
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Operating with auto
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Operating with the remote control key and central locking
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Door mirrors
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Adjusting
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Storing the position
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Angling the door mirror when parkingOnly in combination with power seat with memory; see .
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Automatic angling of the door mirror when parking
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Automatic retraction when locking
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Resetting to neutral
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Automatic dimming
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Retractable power door mirrors
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Home safe and approach lighting
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Interior rearview mirror
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Manual dimming
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Automatic dimming
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Operation
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Horizontal opening
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Opening
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Closing
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Vertical opening
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Closing using the remote control key or central locking button
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Sunscreen
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Pinch protection
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Analogue combined instrument panel
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Digital combined instrument panel
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Operation
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EXITfunctions
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Group menus
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Functions
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Headings
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Functions
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Headings
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Average
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Average speed
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Instantaneous
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Range - distance to empty tank
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Digital speed displayOnly for combined instrument panel \Digital\.
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Resetting with \Analog\
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Resetting with \Digital\
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Change unit
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Function
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Operation
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To bear in mind
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Cars with Start/Stop
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Cars with ECO
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Air vents in the dashboard
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Air vents in the door pillars
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Air distribution
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Automatic start of driver's seat heating
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Fan knob
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Timer
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Refuelling
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Parking on a hill
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Battery and fuel
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AdjustingSetting the timer is only possible with the engine switched off.
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Starting
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Switching off
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Auto mode or shutdown
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To bear in mind when loading
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Securing the net cassettes
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Using the safety net
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Removing the net cassettes
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Folding up
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Fitting/removal
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Attaching the cargo cover
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Removing the cargo cover
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Lowering the cargo cover's rear sealing disc
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Selecting the function
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Function buttons
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Using the information button
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Out of PCC range
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Key blade functions
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Removing the key blade
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Attaching the key blade
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Opening
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Battery replacement
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Remove control key (1 battery)
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PCC(2 batteries)
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Battery type
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Assembly
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PCC memory function
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Automatic relocking
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Central locking
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Unlocking
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Lamp in lock button
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Locking
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Lock buttonrear doors
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Automatic locking
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Manual opening
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Unlocking with the remote control key
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Unlocking the car from inside
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Locking with the remote control key
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Temporary deactivation
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Activate/deactivate child safety locks
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Activation
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Arming the alarm
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Deactivate the alarm
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Deactivating a triggered alarm
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Comfort
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Sport
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Advanced
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Active Yaw Control
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Spin Control
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Traction control system
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Engine drag control (EDC)
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Corner Traction Control (CTC)
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Trailer Stability AssistIncluded in the installation of Volvo genuine towbar.
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Selection of level - Sportmode
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Table
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End of restriction or motorway
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Additional signs
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Display of additional information
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Setting in MY CAR
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Road sign information On/Off
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Speed warning
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Overview
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Switch on and activate
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While driving
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When stationary
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Temporary deactivation - standby mode
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Temporary deactivation with the accelerator pedal
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Overview
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Activating and setting the speed
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Changing the speed
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Temporary deactivation - standby mode
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Automatic standby mode
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Automatic gearbox
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Function overview
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Warning lamp - braking by driver required
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Steep roads and/or heavy load
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Adaptive cruise control with Speed limiter
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Adaptive cruise control without Speed limiter
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Changing the speed
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Temporary deactivation - standby mode with Speed limiter
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Temporary deactivation - standby mode without Speed limiter
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Standby mode due to driver intervention
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Automatic standby mode
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Resume set speed
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Keypad with Speed limiter
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Keypad without Speed limiter
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Extended speed range
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Change of target
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Automatic standby mode with change of target
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Termination of automatic braking at a standstill
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Automatic activation parking brake
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Changing from ACC to CC
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Changing back from CC to ACC
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Field of vision
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Operation
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Set time interval
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On and Off
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Fault tracing and action
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Radiation data for the laser sensor
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Two system levels
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1 - Collision warning
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2 - Brake support
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3 - Auto Brake
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Warning signals On and Off
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Light and acoustic signals
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Acoustic signal
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Set warning distance
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Checking settings
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Maintenance
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Fault tracing and action
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Limitation
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Combined instrument panel
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Display
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Lane Departure Warning LDW or LKA
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Principle for LDW
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Off & On
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Personal preferences
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Lane Departure Warning LDW or LKA
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Principle for LKA
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Off & On
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Active steering
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Warning with vibration in steering wheel
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Dynamic cornering
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Hands on the steering wheel
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Function and operation
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Light conditions
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Park assist lines
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Boundary lines
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Cars with reversing sensors
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Settings
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Miscellaneous
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Towbar
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To bear in mind
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1 - Searching and checking measurements
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2 - Reversing in
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3 - Straightening up
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To bear in mind
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Maintenance
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Overview
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Maintenance
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Activate/deactivate BLIS
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When BLIS operates
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Limitations
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Activate/deactivate CTA
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When CTA operates
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Limitations
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Maintenance
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Functions
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Operation - battery
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Result after breath test
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Calibration and service
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Cold or hot weather
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Emergency situation
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Petrol and diesel engine
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Keyless drive
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Function
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Remote starting the engine
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With PCCFor more information on the PCC key, see .key
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Active functions
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Deactivated functions
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ERS is interrupted
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ERS function unavailable
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Interrupted ERS function
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Engine block heater
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In the event of starting difficulties
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Fuel adaptation
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Reverse gear inhibitor
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Manual gearbox
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Gear positions
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Parking position - P
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Reverse position - R
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Neutral position - N
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Drive position - D
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S-)
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Paddles
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Geartronic - Sport mode (S)With some engines only.
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Geartronic- Winter mode
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Kick-down
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Powershift or Geartronic
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To bear in mind
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Mechanical gear selector inhibitor
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Automatic gear selector inhibitor
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Electric gear inhibitor – Shiftlock Parking position (P)
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Shiftlock – Neutral (N)
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Deactivate automatic gear selector inhibitor
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General information about Start/Stop
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Engine auto-stop
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Engine auto-start
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Deactivate the Start/Stopfunction
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Start assistance HSA
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Text message
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General
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ECO- Operation
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ECOfunction On or Off
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Eco Coast- Function
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Activate Eco Coast
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Deactivate Eco Coast
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Eco Coast- Limitations
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More information and settings
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Cleaning the brake discs
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Maintenance
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Symbols and messages
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Function
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Low battery voltage
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Applying the parking brake
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Emergency brake
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Parking on a hill
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Disengaging the parking brake
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Cars with manual gearbox
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Releasing manually
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Releasing automatically
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Cars with automatic gearbox
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Releasing manually
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Releasing automatically
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Heavy load uphill
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Replacing the brake linings
296
Symbols and messages
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Opening/closing the fuel filler flap
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Opening/closing the fuel cap
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Filling up with fuel
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Filling with a fuel canOnly applies to cars with diesel engine.
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Empty tank
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Draining condensation from the fuel filter
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Lambda-sondTMoxygen sensor
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Reserve fuel can
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Regeneration in cold weather
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Trailer cable
309
Direction indicators and brake lights on the trailer
309
Level control
309
Trailer weights
309
Overheating
310
Diesel engine 5-cyl
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Steep inclines
310
Parking on a hill
310
Starting on a hill
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Important checks
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Specifications
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Attaching
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Removing the towbar
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Function
314
Operation
314
Miscellaneous
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Manual gearbox
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Automatic gearbox Geartronic
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Automatic gearbox Powershift
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Jump starting
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Attaching the towing eye
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Driving characteristics
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Tyre age
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New tyres
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Summer and winter tyres
321
Wear and maintenance
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Locking wheel bolts
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Tools - returning into place
323
Winter tyres
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Studded tyres
323
Tread depth
323
Using snow chains
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Spare wheel
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Taking out the spare wheel
327
Removing
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Fitting
329
Check the air pressure in the tyres
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Tyre pressure label
330
Fuel economy, ECO pressure
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Location of the emergency puncture repair kit
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Emergency puncture repair
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Check tyre pressure
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Engine compartment 4 cyl. 2.0 lDoes not apply to the B4204T7engine - see instead the following heading \Engine compartment except 4-cyl. 2.0 l\.
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Engine compartment except 4 cyl. 2.0 lAlso applies to the B4204T7engine.
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Regular checking
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Engine with oil dipstickDoes not apply to the 4-cyl. 2.0 litre or 5-cyl. diesel, which have electronic oil level sensor. However, does apply to the B4204T7engine.
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Measurement and filling if required
348
Engine with electronic oil level sensor, 4-cyl. 2.0 lDoes not apply to the B4204T7engine - see instead the earlier heading \Engine with oil dipstick\.
349
Measuring the oil level, 4-cyl. 2.0 l
349
Engine with electronic oil level sensor, 5-cyl. diesel
350
Measuring the oil level, 5-cyl. diesel
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Checking the level and topping up
351
Checking the level
352
Troubleshooting and repair
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Removing the headlamp
355
Securing the headlamp
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Lamp housing, rear
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Removal of lamp lens
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Attaching the lamp lens
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Service position
361
Replacing the wiper blades
362
Replacing the wiper blades, rear window
362
Cleaning
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Symbols on the battery
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Removal
365
Cross-stay on the R-Design
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Location of the batteries
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Changing
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Location of central electrical units
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General fuses, engine compartment
371
Positions (see preceding illustration)
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Positions
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Positions
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Positions
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Positions
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Washing by hand
381
Wiper blades
381
Automatic car washes
381
High-pressure washing
381
Testing the brakes
382
Exterior plastic, rubber and trim components
382
Rims
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Water and dirt-repellent coating
383
Inspection and maintenance
383
Carpets and cargo area
383
Stains on fabric upholstery and roof upholstery
384
Stains on leather upholstery
384
Washing instructions for leather upholstery
384
Protective treatment of leather upholstery
384
Washing instructions for the leather steering wheel
384
Stains on interior plastic parts, metal parts and wood parts
385
Seatbelts
385
Touching up minor paintwork damage
385
Colour code
385
Repair minor paintwork damage such as stone chips and scratches
386
Label location
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Max. weight braked trailer
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Max. weight unbraked trailer
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Manual gearbox
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Automatic gearbox
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Lock system, standard
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Keyless lock system (Keyless drive)
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Sensus software
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Combined Instrument Panel Software
425
Linux software
425
DivX®
425
Gracenote®End User License Agreement
426
Warning symbols in the combined instrument panel
427
Control symbols in the combined instrument panel
427
Information symbols in the combined instrument panel
428
Information symbols in the roof console display
429
Related information
429

FAQ about the 2014 Volvo V60 Manual

What contains the 2014 V60 manual?

The Volvo V60 owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Volvo to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Volvo V60. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Volvo V60 2014 owner's manual:

  • Handling the Unexpected, including tire changes, jump-starting, and common car issues
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Instrument Panel and Controls, including dashboard indicators, warning lights, and controls
  • A brief overview of the vehicle and specifications
  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings

Where to download the 2014 Volvo V60 Owners Manual?

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The Volvo V60 (2014) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2014 is available in English.

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