2015 Volvo S80 Owner's Manual

2015 Volvo S80 owners manual
Year:
2015
Make:
Volvo
Model:
S80
Rating:
(10)

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Size:
14.56 MB

Table of Contents

8
Decals
8
Types of lists used in the manual
9
Continued
10
Shiftlock
11
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
11
Fuel filler door
11
Points to keep in mind
11
Crash event data
11
Volvo Structural Parts Statement
12
Information on the Internet
13
Driver distraction
15
Reporting safety defects in the U.S.
19
20
Seat belt pretensioners
20
Fastening a seat belt
20
When wearing the seat belt remember:
20
Unbuckling the seat belt
20
The front airbag system
24
Front airbag deployment
25
Disabling the passenger's side front airbag
28
32
Driving after a collision
37
Attempting to start the vehicle
37
Detachable key blade
56
Loss of a remote key
56
Key memory: door mirrors and driver's seat
57
Confirmation when locking/unlocking the vehicle
57
Immobilizer (start inhibitor)
58
Buttons on the remote
59
Using the information button
60
Range
61
Removing the key blade
62
Reinserting the key blade in the remote key
62
Opening the remote key/PCC
63
Replacing the batteries
63
With the valet locking function activated:
65
Activating the valet locking function
65
Keyless locking and unlocking
66
Unlocking the vehicle
66
Unlocking the vehicle with the key blade
66
Locking the vehicle
67
Keyless drive remote key and driver's seat/door mirror memory
67
Keyless drive information messages
67
From outside the vehicle
69
From inside the vehicle (central locking button)
69
Automatic relocking
70
Automatic locking
70
Glove compartment
70
The alarm indicator light
72
Arming the alarm
72
Disarming the alarm
73
Automatic re-arming
73
Audible/visual alarm signal
73
Instrument overview
76
Instrument panel information displays
77
Gauges and indicators: analog instrument panel
78
Function check
80
Indicator symbols
80
Warning symbols
81
Ambient temperature sensor
83
Inserting the remote keyNot necessary in vehicles with the optional keyless drive.
86
Removing the remote key
86
Ignition mode 0
87
Ignition mode I
87
Ignition mode II
87
Returning to mode 0
87
Starting and stopping the engine
87
Folding the front seat backrest
88
Power seatOptional on certain models
89
Operation
89
Power seat memory function
89
Remote key memory and the power driver's seat and door mirrorsThis information also applies to vehicles with the optional keyless drive.
90
Emergency stop
91
Rear center head restraint
91
Automatically folding down the rear seat’s outboard head restraints
92
Adjusting
94
Keypads and steering wheel paddles
94
Horn
94
Lighting panel
96
Low beam headlights
97
Continuous high beam headlights
97
High beam flash
97
97
Active high beams – AHB
97
Tunnel detection (models with the rain sensoronly)
99
Active Bending Lights (ABL)
99
Instrument lighting
99
\Theater\ lighting
100
Parking lights
100
Rear fog lights
100
When changing lanes
101
When turning
101
Courtesy lights/door step lighting
102
Glove compartment lighting
102
Overhead courtesy lighting
102
Trunk lighting
102
Home safe lighting
102
Windshield wipers off
104
Single sweep
104
Intermittent wiping
104
Continuous wiping
104
Windshield wiper service position
104
Rain sensor
104
Windshield washing
105
Heated washer nozzles
105
Operating
106
Resetting
107
Rear window
107
Adjusting
108
Retractable power door mirrors
108
Storing the position
108
Home safe and approach lighting
109
Calibration
111
Sliding moonroof
113
Tilt position
114
Visor
114
Gate Operator/Canadian Programming
116
Using HomeLink
117
Resetting HomeLink Buttons
117
Introduction
120
Using ERS
120
Starting the engine
120
Switching off an engine started with ERS
121
Message in the instrument panel display
121
Switching off the engine
121
Hill Start Assist (HSA)Certain models only
123
Park: position P
123
Gear indicator
124
Reverse: position R
124
Neutral: position N
124
Drive: position D
124
S–)
124
Shiftlock override
126
Current (instantaneous) reading
128
Available power
128
Ecoon or off
130
Eco Coast
130
Eco Coastlimitations
131
Auto-stopping the engine
133
Auto-starting the engine
133
Deactivating Start/Stop
133
Hill Start Assist (HSA)
133
135
Brake pad inspection
137
Brake lights
137
Power brakes function only when the engine is running
138
Water on brake discs and brake pads affects braking
138
Severe strain on the brake system
138
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
138
Cleaning the brake discs
138
Emergency Brake Assistance
138
Low battery voltage
140
Applying the electric parking brake
140
Parking on a hill
140
Releasing the electric parking brake
141
Traction control (TC)
146
Active Yaw Control (AYC)
146
Spin control (SC)
146
Sport mode
146
Settings in MY CAR
148
Engaging the cruise control function
150
Setting a speed
150
Adjusting the set speed
150
Automatic deactivation
151
Temporary deactivation
151
Resume set speed
151
Warning light—driver braking required
153
Putting ACC in standby mode
154
Setting a speed
154
Changing the set speed
155
Setting a time interval
155
Standby mode (temporary deactivation)
156
Standby mode due to action by the driver
156
Automatic standby mode
156
Resuming the set speed
156
Passing another vehicle
156
Switching from ACC to CC
157
Situations where ACC may not function optimally
159
Fault tracing and actions
160
Setting a time interval
163
Limitations
164
Introduction
166
On and Off
167
Limitations
168
Troubleshooting
168
The laser sensor
169
Collision Warning
173
Brake Support
173
Activating/deactivating both warning signals
174
Activating/deactivating the audible warning signal only
174
Setting a warning distance
174
Checking settings
174
The camera’s limitations
176
Pedestrian detection
177
Limitations
182
Operating DAC
182
Function
183
Operation and function
184
Limitations
185
Settings
185
Visual indicator
188
Audible signal
188
Rear park assist
188
Front park assist
189
Faults in the system
189
Activation
192
Deactivation
192
Guiding lines
192
Marker lines
192
Vehicles equipped with Park Assist
193
Settings
193
195
How BLIS functions in daylight and darkness
195
Limitations
195
Analog instrument panel
201
Digital instrument panel
201
Center console controls
203
Steering wheel keypad
203
My S80
204
DRIVe
204
Driver support systems
204
Settings
204
Air conditioning
209
Sensor location
209
Side windows and moonroof
209
Fog on the inside of the windows
209
Vents in the parcel shelf
209
Temporary shut-off of the air conditioning
209
Ice and snow
209
Climate system maintenance
209
Refrigerant
209
Passenger compartment filter
210
Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)
210
Materials used in the cabin
210
Air vents in the dashboard
211
Air vents in the door pillars
211
Ventilated front seats
212
Heated front seats
213
Heated rear seats
213
Blower control
214
Air distribution
214
Auto
214
Temperature control
215
A/C – ON/OFF
215
Max. defroster and electrically heated windshield
215
Recirculation/air quality system
216
Functions
219
Functions
221
Average fuel consumption
223
Average speed
223
Current fuel consumption
223
Distance to empty
223
Digital speed display
223
Resetting an analog instrument panel
223
Resetting a digital instrument panel
224
Function
224
Comfort
226
Sport
226
Advanced
226
Operation
226
Jacket holder
228
Tunnel console
228
Glove compartment
228
Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic
234
Audyssey MultEQApplies only to models with Premium Sound Multimedia.
234
Infotainment system overview
235
Basic infotainment functions
235
Activating/deactivating
238
Scroll/search forward and back
238
Limitations
238
* FAV—storing a shortcut
239
Equalizer
240
Sound stagePremium Sound Multimedia only
240
Audio volume and automatic volume control
240
External audio source volume
240
Optimal sound reproduction
240
Main AM menu
241
Main FM1/FM2 menu
241
Main CD Audio menu
242
Main CD/DVDThe media player can only play DVDs in models equipped with the optional navigation system. Images are only displayed when the vehicle is not in motion.Data menu
242
Main DVDVideo menu
242
Main iPod menu
242
Main USB menu
242
Main Bluetooth media menu
242
Menu navigation
244
Selecting a station (in wavebands AM/FM1/FM2)
244
Storing preset stations
245
Scan
245
Introduction
246
Benefits of digital broadcasting
246
How HD broadcasting works
246
Limitations
247
Switching HD on or off
247
Listening to satellite radio
248
SiriusXM™ID
249
Selecting a channel category
249
Selecting a channel
249
Direct channel entry
249
Scanning
250
Storing a channel
250
Searching for and storing songs
250
Skip options
251
Channel lock
251
Playing a disc
253
Disc eject
253
Pause
253
Navigating a disc and playing tracks
254
Fast forward/reverse
254
ScanNot video DVDs
254
Random
255
Repeat folderApplies to audio/video files on home-burned discs/USB only.
255
Playing video DVDs
255
Advanced settings
256
Screen settings
256
Navigating and playing tracksUSB and iPod®only
258
Fast forward/reverse
259
Scan
259
Random
259
Search
259
RepeatUSB only
259
Pause
259
External sound sources
259
Menu navigation
261
Overview
261
Pairing and connecting an external device
261
Automatic connection
261
Switching to another device
262
Disconnecting an external device
262
Removing a paired device
262
RandomFunction is not supported on all cell phones.
262
Scanning audio files on an external device
262
Compliance
263
Activation
264
Pairing (connecting) external Bluetooth®devices
264
Changing phones or devices
265
Making a call
266
Disconnecting the cell phone
266
Incoming calls
266
Auto answer
266
Call settings
266
Call lists
266
Call volume
267
Infotainment system volume
267
Ringing volume
267
Contact shortcuts
268
Buttons in the center console
268
Searching for contacts
269
Adding a new contact
269
Speed dial
270
Accept vCards
270
Memory status
270
Clearing the phone book
270
Activating the system
273
Voice control support feature
273
Shortcuts
274
Dialing a number
274
Dialing from a call list
274
Calling a contact
274
Economical driving conserves natural resources
278
Weight distribution affects handling
278
Handling, roadholding
278
Driving through water
279
Engine and cooling system
279
Conserving electrical current
279
Before a long distance trip
280
Deposit control gasoline (detergent additives)
281
Unleaded fuel
281
Gasoline containing alcohol and ethers, \Oxygenated fuels\
281
Minimum octane
282
282
TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline
282
Demanding driving
282
Fuel Formulations
282
Opening/closing the fuel filler door
283
Manually opening the fuel filler door
284
Three-way catalytic converter
284
Introduction
286
Folding down the rear seat backrests
286
Load anchoring eyelets
286
Grocery bag holder
287
Function
290
Facts about TSA
290
Attaching the towing eyelet
291
Having the vehicle towed by a tow truck
292
New Tires
296
Tire rotation
296
Tire age
296
Tread wear indicator
297
Improving tire economy
297
Summer and winter tires
297
Tire inflation
299
Speed ratings
300
Curb weight
306
Capacity weight
306
Permissible axle weight
306
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
306
TREADWEAR
308
TRACTION
308
Snow chains
309
Introduction
311
Accessing the tire sealing system
311
Stage 1: Sealing the hole
313
Stage 2: Checking inflation pressure
315
Replacing the sealing compound container
315
Spare wheel
317
Taking out the spare wheel
317
Changing a wheel
317
Erasing warning messages
321
Changing wheels with TPMS
321
Recalibrating TPMS (Canadian models only)
322
Activating/deactivating TPMS (Canadian models only)
322
The Federal Clean Air Act – U.S.
326
Maintenance
326
Applicable warranties – U.S./Canada
326
Each time the car is refueled:
327
Monthly:
327
As needed:
327
What is an Onboard Diagnostic System (OBD II)?
328
How do states use OBD II for emission inspections?
328
How can my vehicle fail OBD II emission inspection?
328
Opening and closing the hood
330
Checking the level
334
Filling
335
Removing the headlight housing
337
Reinserting the headlight housing
337
Removing the cover to access the bulbs
337
Low beam, Halogen
338
High beam, Halogen
338
Extra high beamModels with optional Active Bending Lights only.
338
Front side marker lights
339
Turn signals
339
Taillight housing
339
License plate lighting
340
Removing the mirror glass
341
Reinstalling the mirror glass
341
Service position
343
Replacing the windshield wiper blades
343
Cleaning
344
Warning symbols on the battery
345
Handling
345
Removal
347
Replacing fuses
349
Positions: fusebox A
354
Exterior components
360
Automatic car wash
360
Upholstery care
361
Cleaning the seat belts
363
Cleaning floor mats
363
Color code
363
Minor stone chips and scratches
364
Location of labels
368
Dimensions–S80
370
Weights
371
Oil viscosity
374
Oil volume
374
Warning symbol
377
Warning symbols in the instrument panel
377
Indicator symbols in the instrument panel
377
Information symbols in the instrument panel
378
Information symbols in the center console display
378
Volvo On Call Roadside Assistance
380
Technician certification
380

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