2016 Volvo S80 Owner's Manual

2016 Volvo S80 owners manual
Year:
2016
Make:
Volvo
Model:
S80
Rating:
(5)

Online manual

Size:
13.5 MB

Table of Contents

13
Searching for information
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Categories
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Favorites
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Quick Guide
14
Navigating in an article
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15
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On-board owner's manual
16
The owner's manual in mobile devices
16
Footnotes
16
Risk of injury
17
Risk of damage to the vehicle
17
Procedures
18
Position lists
18
Bullet lists
18
Continues on next page
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Continuation from previous page
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Options and accessories
18
Shiftlock
19
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
19
Fuel filler door
19
Points to keep in mind
19
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Maps
22
Mobile apps
22
Owner's manuals for earlier model Volvos
22
Contact
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FSC®
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Driver distraction
25
Accessory installation
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Occupant safety reminders
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Volvo customers in Canada
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Transport Canada can be contacted at:
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Seat belt pretensioners
30
Seat belt maintenance
30
Seat belt retractor
31
When wearing the seat belt remember:
31
Unbuckling the seat belt
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Rear seats
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The front airbag system
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Front airbag deployment
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Airbag decals
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Disabling the passenger's side front airbag
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Modifications
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Components in the SIPS airbag system
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Volvo has some very specific recommendations:
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When attaching the seat belt to a child seat:
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Child restraint registration and recalls
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Securing an infant seat with a seat belt
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Securing a convertible seat with a seat belt
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Securing a booster cushion
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To access the anchors
57
Securing a child seat
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Child safety locks – rear doors
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Gauges and indicators: analog instrument panel
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Function check
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Current (instantaneous) reading
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Available power
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Fault in the Active Bending Light (ABL) system
68
Malfunction Indicator Light
69
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
69
Rear fog lights
69
Stability system
69
Stability system - Sport mode
69
Low fuel level
69
Information symbol
69
High beam indicator
69
Left turn signal indicator
69
Right turn signal indicator
69
Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
69
Ecofunction on
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Start/stop
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Low oil pressure
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Parking brake applied
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Airbags – SRS
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Seat belt reminder
70
Generator not charging
71
Engine temperature
71
Fault in brake system
71
Warning symbol
71
Reminder – doors not closed
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Operation
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EXITfunctions
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Setting the clock
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Inserting and removing the remote key
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Inserting the remote keyNot necessary in vehicles with the optional keyless drive.
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Removing the remote key
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Ignition mode 0
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Ignition mode I
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Ignition mode II
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Returning to mode 0
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Starting and stopping the engine
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Emergency towing
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Power seat
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Programming the seat's memory
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Ventilated seats
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Heated seats
78
Storing the positions of the power driver's seat/mirrors in the remote key
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Returning the seat/mirrors to the stored positions
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Emergency stop
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Rear center head restraint
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Automatically folding down the rear seat’s outboard head restraints
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Folding down the rear seat backrests
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Adjusting
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Keypads and steering wheel paddles
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Horn
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Continuous high beam headlights
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High beam flash
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Models with an analog instrument panel
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Models with a digital instrument panel
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Instrument lighting
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\Theater\ lighting
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When changing lanes
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When turning
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Overhead courtesy lighting
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Courtesy lights/door step lighting
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Glove compartment lighting
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Trunk lighting
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Windshield wipers off
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Single sweep
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Intermittent wiping
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Continuous wiping
93
Windshield wiper service position
93
Activating and setting the sensitivity
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Heated washer nozzles
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High-pressure headlight washing
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Tailgate wiper and reverse gear
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Manual up/down
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Auto up/down
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Resetting
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Rear window
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Adjusting
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Tilting the door mirrors when parking
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Home safe and approach lighting
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Automatically tilting the door mirrors when parking
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Automatic retraction when locking
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Resetting to neutral
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Auto-dim function
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Operation
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Calibration
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Visor
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Automatic opening
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Manual opening
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Manual closing
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Automatic closing
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Gate Operator/Canadian Programming
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Resetting HomeLink Buttons
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Analog instrument panel
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Digital instrument panel
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Functions
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Information headings
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Functions
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Information headings
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Average fuel consumption
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Average speed
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Current fuel consumption
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Distance to empty
117
Trip odometer
117
Average speed and fuel consumption
117
Changing units
117
Function
118
Settings
118
Air conditioning
120
Side windows and moonroof
120
Fog on the inside of the windows
120
Vents in the parcel shelf
120
Temporary shut-off of the air conditioning
120
Ice and snow
120
Climate system maintenance
120
Refrigerant
120
Sensor location
121
Passenger compartment filter
121
Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)
121
Materials used in the cabin
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Air vents in the dashboard
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Air vents in the door pillars
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Starting the seat heating automatically
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Heated rear seats
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Ventilated front seats
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Temperature control
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Blower control
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Timer
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Using load carriers
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Locking confirmation
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Lock indicator
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Buttons on the remote
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Removing the key blade
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Reinserting the blade
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With the valet locking function activated:
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Activating the valet locking function
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Opening the remote key
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Inserting a new battery
150
Closing the remote key
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Locking the vehicle
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Unlocking the vehicle
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Unlocking
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Locking
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Alternative locking when parking
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Automatic relocking
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Automatic locking
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Unlocking/opening the trunk from the passenger compartment
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Locking the trunk with the remote key
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Opening the trunk from the inside (U.S. models only)
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Arming the alarm
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Disarming the alarm
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Automatic re-arming
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Remote key not functioning
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Comfort
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Sport
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Advanced
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Traction Control (TC)
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Spin Control (SC)
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Active Yaw Control (AYC)
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Trailer Stability Assist (TSA)
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Sport mode
165
Symbols and messages in the main instrument panel
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Adjustable steering force
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Introduction
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Speed alert
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Operation
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Engaging the cruise control function
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Setting a speed
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Adjusting the set speed
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Switching from ACC to CC
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Switching from CC to ACC
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Automatic deactivation
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Temporary deactivation
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Resume set speed
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Deactivation
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Operation
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Function
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Warning light—driver braking required
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Steep inclines and/or heavy loads
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Putting ACC in standby mode
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Setting a speed
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Changing the set speed
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Setting a time interval
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Standby mode (temporary deactivation)
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Standby mode due to action by the driver
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Automatic standby mode
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Resuming the set speed
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Turning ACC off completely
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Passing another vehicle
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Introduction
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Enhanced speed interval
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Automatic standby mode when ACC changes target vehicles
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No automatic braking when at a standstill
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The parking brake is applied automatically
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The radar sensor and its limitations
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Situations where ACC may not function optimally
182
Symbols and messages in the display
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Introduction
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Setting a time interval
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Limitations
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Symbols and text messages
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Function
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Using City Safety™
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On and Off
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Limitations
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Troubleshooting
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Symbols and messages in the display
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The laser sensor
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Collision Warning
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Brake Support
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Auto-brake
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Activating/deactivating both warning signals
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Activating/deactivating the audible warning signal only
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Setting a warning distance
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Checking settings
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Fault tracing and actions
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Maintenance
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On/Off
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Function
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Limitations
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Instrument panel
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Center console display
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Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
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Operation and function
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Settings
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Limitations
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Symbols and messages
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Visual indicator
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Audible signal
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Rear park assist
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Front park assist
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Activating/deactivating
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Cleaning the sensors
224
Faults in the system
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Introduction
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Ambient lighting conditions
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Activation
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Deactivation
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Settings
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Summary
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Guiding lines
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Marker lines
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Vehicles equipped with Park Assist
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Keep in mind
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When you pass another vehicle:
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Daylight
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Darkness
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Switching BLIS on and off
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Cleaning the BLIS camera lenses
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BLIS system messages
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Active functions
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Deactivated functions
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Message in the instrument panel display
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Hill Start Assist (HSA)Certain models only
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Shiftlock
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Gear indicator
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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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While driving
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Shiftlock: Neutral (N)
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Geartronic: steering wheel paddles
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Geartronic: Sport mode (S)Certain models only
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Geartronic: starting on slippery surfaces
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Shiftlock override
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Auto-stopping the engine
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Auto-starting the engine
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Deactivating Start/Stop
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Text messages
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Introduction
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Function
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Combinations of On and Off
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Activating Eco Coast
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Deactivating Eco Coast
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Eco Coastlimitations
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Additional information and settings
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Brake pad inspection
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Power brakes function only when the engine is running
253
Water on brake discs and brake pads affects braking
253
Severe strain on the brake system
253
Cleaning the brake discs
253
Symbols in the instrument panel
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Adaptive brake lights
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Emergency Brake Assistance
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Electric parking brake
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Low battery voltage
256
Parking on a hill
256
Applying the electric parking brake
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Manual release
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Automatic release
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Heavy load uphill
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Symbol and messages in the instrument panel
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Deposit control gasoline (detergent additives)
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Alcohol – Ethanol
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Minimum octane
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TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline
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Demanding driving
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Fuel Formulations
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Use of Additives
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Manually opening the fuel filler door
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Opening/closing the fuel cap
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Three-way catalytic converter
267
Heated oxygen sensors
267
Economical driving conserves natural resources
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Handling and roadholding
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Trailer cable
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Function
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Facts about TSA
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How TSAworks
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Attaching the towing eyelet
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Introduction
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Tire rotation
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New Tires
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Tire age
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Storing wheels and tires
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Summer and winter tires
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Changing a wheel
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Spare tire
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Spare wheel
281
Re-installing the wheel
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Inflation placard
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Tire inflation
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Cold tires
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To check inflation pressure:
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Speed ratings
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Curb weight
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Capacity weight
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Permissible axle weight
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TREADWEAR
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TRACTION
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Determining which tire monitoring system is in your vehicle
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Recalibrating TPMS (Canadian models only)
295
Activating/deactivating TPMS (Canadian models only)
295
Erasing warning messages
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Erasing warning messages
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Introduction
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Accessing the tire sealing system
301
Tire sealing system–temporarily repairing a flat tire
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The Federal Clean Air Act – U.S.
309
Maintenance
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Applicable warranties – U.S./Canada
309
Periodic maintenance helps minimize emissions
309
Each time the car is refueled:
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Monthly:
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As needed:
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Hoisting the vehicle
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How do states use OBD II for emission inspections?
312
How can my vehicle fail OBD II emission inspection?
312
Prerequisites
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CSB menu access
312
Booking information and data from the vehicle
313
Booking service or repairs manually
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My Appointments
313
Transmitting vehicle data
313
Booking information and vehicle data
314
Opening and closing the hood
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Checking and adding oil
317
Checking the level
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Removing the headlight housing
322
Reinserting the headlight housing
322
Removing the cover to access the bulbs
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Extra high beamModels with optional Active Bending Lights only.
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Removing the lens
328
Reinstalling the lens
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Replacing the windshield wiper blades
330
Cleaning
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Symbols on the battery
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Handling
332
Maintenance
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Removal
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Installation
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Positions
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Positions: fusebox A
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Positions: fusebox B
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Positions
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Positions
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Exterior components
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Fabric
349
AlcanteraTMsuede-like material
349
Leather care
349
Cleaning leather upholstery
349
Protecting leather upholstery
350
Cleaning a leather-covered steering wheel
350
Cleaning the seat belts
350
Cleaning floor mats
350
Spots on interior plastic, metal, or wood surfaces
350
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Color code
351
Minor stone chips and scratches
351
Repairing stone chips
352
Location of labels
355
List of labels
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Engine specifications
360
Extreme engine operation
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Introduction
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Warning symbol
366
Information symbol
366
Warning symbols in the instrument panel
367
Indicator symbols in the instrument panel
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Information symbols in the instrument panel
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Related information
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FAQ about the 2016 Volvo S80 Manual

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The Volvo S80 owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Volvo to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Volvo S80. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Volvo S80 2016 owner's manual:

  • Instrument Panel and Controls, including dashboard indicators, warning lights, and controls
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  • Environmental Information about environmentally-friendly driving practices
  • Warranty Information, about the vehicle's warranty coverage
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations

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