2017 Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid Owner's Manual

2017 Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid owners manual
Year:
2017
Make:
Volvo
Model:
Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid
Rating:
(8)

Online manual

Size:
14.2 MB

Table of Contents

Maps
16
Mobile apps
17
Owner's manuals for earlier model Volvos
17
Contact
17
Overview
19
Drive modes
20
Instrument panel
20
Preconditioning
20
Charging the hybrid battery
20
22
Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid
22
FSC®
23
Support
23
Accident prevention
23
Protection
23
24
Head-up-display
25
Instrument panel
25
Center display
26
Voice control system
26
27
28
29
The vehicle's center display
30
Mobile app
30
Volvo Cars' support site
30
Printed owner's information
30
Changing the language used in the vehicle's center display
30
31
Accessory installation
31
32
Using the Volvo IDapp
34
Using the Volvo On Call (VOC) app
34
Registering your Volvo IDto the vehicle
34
Advantages of having a Volvo ID
34
35
Turning off or changing the volume of center display sounds
37
Changing the screen's appearance (theme)
37
Entering text using the keyboard
38
Changing keyboard languages
40
Entering characters
41
Erasing/changing handwritten characters
42
New lines
42
Different types of buttons
43
Button modes
43
Expanding/minimizing a sub-view
46
Opening/closing a sub-view in full-screen mode
47
Going to Top view from an app
48
Climate view
48
App view
48
Function view
48
50
Basic apps
51
52
Using the center display's touchscreen functionality
52
Turning off and reactivating the center display
54
Returning to Home view
54
Moving apps and vehicle function buttons
54
Scrolling in lists, articles or views
54
Using center display controls
55
56
On-board owner's manual
56
Printed owner's information
56
Illustrations
56
Options and accessories
56
Footnotes
56
Risk of injury
56
Risk of damage to the vehicle
57
Procedures
57
Position lists
57
Bullet lists
57
Illustrations
57
Related information
57
Continues on next page
58
Continuation from previous page
58
58
59
Opening the digital owner's information
59
Searching using categories
60
Interior and exterior hotspots
60
Saving/deleting favorites
60
Video
60
Information
60
Start page
60
Using the search function
61
Laminated glass
61
64
Warning symbol in the instrument panel
64
Occupant safety reminders
65
Transport Canada can be contacted at:
66
Volvo customers in Canada
66
66
Function
67
68
Reversible seat belt pretensioners
68
Seat belt maintenance
68
Reversible seat belt pretensioners
69
Resetting the electric pretensioners
69
Buckling a seat belt
70
Unbuckling the seat belt
71
Front seats
72
Rear seats
72
Door/hood/tailgate/fuel filler door reminder
72
73
73
The front airbag system
73
Front airbag deployment
74
Airbag decals
75
76
Disabling the passenger's side front airbag
76
Modifications
78
79
Components in the SIPS airbag system
80
80
81
Starting the vehicle in safety mode
82
Moving the vehicle after safety mode has been set
82
Volvo has some very specific recommendations
84
When attaching the seat belt to a child seat:
86
Securing an infant seat with a seat belt
86
Securing a convertible seat with a seat belt
88
Securing a booster cushion
91
To access the anchors
92
93
Location
93
Securing a child seat
94
Integrated booster cushionCanada only: This cushion may be referred to as a built-in booster cushion.
95
96
98
103
Trip odometer
103
Odometer
103
Current fuel consumption
103
Distance using the electric motor
104
Tourist (alternative speedometer)
104
104
Resetting a trip odometer
105
Changing the unit of measure
105
Trip statistic settings
106
106
Changing the unit of measure
106
106
Gate Operator/Canadian Programming
109
Using HomeLink®
109
Resetting HomeLink®buttons
109
Reprogramming a single HomeLink®button
109
FCC (USA) and IC (Canada)
109
110
Adjusting
110
Storing the position
110
Tilting the door mirrors when parkingOnly on models equipped with a power driver's seat.
110
Automatically tilting the door mirrors when parking
111
Folding mirrors
111
Automatic folding when the vehicle is locked
111
Resetting the mirrors' position
111
Auto-dim
111
112
Wind blocker
112
Operation
113
Quick open/close
114
Tilt (ventilation) position
114
Automatically closing the sun shadeNot available in all markets
114
Closing using an outside door handleVehicles with the optional keyless Passive Entrysystem only.
114
115
Manual up/down
116
Auto up/down
116
Resetting
116
116
Auto-dim function
116
Rear doors
117
Types of settings
118
118
My Car
118
Sound
119
Navigation
119
Media
119
Communication
119
Climate
119
System
119
120
Changing length and volume units
120
Changing tire inflation pressure units
120
Viewing storage information
120
Changing settings for a basic app
121
Third party apps
121
Types of reset
121
Resetting
121
122
122
Settings
123
Automatic time
123
Daylight savings time
123
Via Function view
125
Via settings
125
Adapting brightness
126
Power front seatmemory function
126
Replacing the windshield
126
Calibrating the horizontal position
126
Cleaning
126
System updates
127
127
Numbers
128
128
129
130
131
Voice commands
131
Sound settings
132
Changing languages
132
132
Door/hood/tailgate/fuel filler door reminder
134
Left side
135
Center
135
Right side
135
135
Available electric motor output
136
Power utilized by the driver
137
Examples
137
The \Hold\ and \Charge\ functions
137
BSD 4-clause \Original\ or \Old\ License
138
BSD 3-clause \New\ or \Revised\ License
138
BSD 2-clause “Simplified” license
139
COPYRIGHT NOTICE, DISCLAIMER, and LICENSE:
141
MIT License
142
zlib License
142
SGI Free Software B License Version 2.0.
142
143
Door/hood/tailgate/fuel filler door reminder
144
144
Switching the compass on/off
144
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146
Instrument lighting
147
148
149
150
High beam flash
150
Vehicles with halogen headlightsHalogen headlights are not available on all models.
150
Operation
150
Via Function view
152
Via settings
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153
Short flashing sequence
153
Continuous flashing sequence
154
Front reading lights
154
Courtesy lighting
154
Rear reading lights
155
Glove compartment lighting
155
Vanity mirror lighting
155
Ground lighting
155
Doorsill lighting
155
Cargo area lighting
155
Brightness
156
Change the color of the light
156
Lighting in the door storage compartments
156
Lighting in the front tunnel console cup holders
156
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157
Pop-up messages
159
Handling new messages
160
Reading saved messages
160
Reading a saved message
161
Handling a saved message
161
162
App menu functions
162
162
Opening/closing the App menu
163
Navigating and making selections in the App menu
163
163
Single sweep
163
Wipers off
163
Interval wipers
163
Continuous wipers
163
164
Activating the rain sensor
164
Deactivating the rain sensor
164
Activating/deactivating the memory function
164
Starting the windshield and headlight washers
165
165
Heated washer nozzles
165
High-pressure headlight washing
165
Reduced washing
165
166
Using the tailgate wiper/washer
166
Tailgate wiper and reverse gear
166
167
Horn
167
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170
Activating from Function view
171
Activating from Settings
171
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171
Front door open
172
Front door closed
172
172
Center display
172
Massage settings
174
Restarting the massage function
174
Adjusting the side bolsters in the front seats
174
Adjusting front seat lumbar support
175
Extending the seat cushion
175
Easy egress
176
Easy ingress
176
Activating/deactivating the function
176
177
From Function view
178
Via settings
178
178
Center seat
179
Outboard seats
179
180
Center seat
180
Outboard seats
181
Getting into and out of a third row seat
181
182
182
Global settings
183
Personal settings
183
183
184
Changing a profile's name
184
Locking/unlocking a driver profile
184
Resetting driver profile changes
184
185
Linking a remote key to a driver profile for the first time
185
186
4-zone climate system
190
190
Location of the sensors
191
191
Preconditioning
192
Maintaining a comfortable passenger compartment climate
192
193
194
Adding a timer
194
Editing a timer setting
195
196
Starting/stopping from the center display
196
Starting from a cell phone
196
Materials in the passenger compartment
198
Air filtering systems
198
Clean Zone
198
199
Activating/deactivating IAQS
199
Filter replacement
200
200
Overview of climate system controls
201
Main climate settings
202
Rear climate
202
Parking climateXC90 T8 Plug-in Hybrid only.
203
203
From the front seat
204
From the rear seat
204
From the front seat
206
From the rear seat
206
207
Activating/deactivating the recirculation timer
207
Activate/deactivate max. defroster
209
Activating/deactivating windshield heating
209
Activating/deactivating rear window and door mirror heating
209
Automatically activating/deactivating the defrosting function when the engine is started
209
Activating/deactivating steering wheel heating
210
Automatic steering wheel heating
210
Activating/deactivating the main air conditioning unit
211
Activating/deactivating the air conditioning unit for the third row seats
211
From the front seat
212
From the rear seat
212
Automatically activating/deactivating the seat heating function when the engine is started
213
213
Activating/deactivating front seat ventilation
213
Air distribution overview
214
Adjustable air vents
214
215
Opening/closing air vents
215
Directing air flow
215
215
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220
Loading recommendations
220
Raising/lowering the rear-end of the vehicle
221
Extra loading space
221
Roof loads
221
Front seats
222
Second row of seats
223
Third row of seats
223
223
Opening the glove compartment
223
Locking/unlocking the glove compartment
223
Using the glove compartment as a cooler
224
224
225
225
Attaching
225
Removing and storing
226
227
Mounting
227
Removing
227
Load anchoring eyelets
228
Fully open
229
Partially retracted
229
Retracting the cover
230
Removing the cover
230
231
Using the sockets
232
Status indication
233
12-volt socket in the tunnel console
234
12-volt socket in the cargo area
234
Locking/unlocking/opening/closing
236
Remote key
236
236
237
Replacing the battery
237
240
Key Tag
240
Ordering new keys
240
The remote key's buttons
241
Interference
241
Loss of a remote key
241
Loss of a remote key
241
Manual use
242
Keyless useModels equipped with the optional Passive Entryonly.
242
If the remote key is removed from the vehicle
242
Speed Limiter(On/Off)
243
Speed reminder (On/Off):
243
Reduced max. volume (on/off)
243
Adaptive cruise control (On/Off)
243
Safety functions
243
Using the detachable key blade
244
Detaching the key blade
244
Opening/closing
245
Interrupting opening/closing
246
Vehicles equipped with a skid plate/diffuser
246
Locking
247
Unlocking
248
Automatic relocking
248
Remote door unlock
248
The central locking system
248
Unlocking
248
Locking
248
Lock buttons on the rear doors
248
Automatic locking
249
249
Exterior confirmation
250
Lock buttons in the front doors
250
In all doors
251
Confirmation alternatives
251
Unlocking with the remote key
251
Keyless unlocking
252
Unlocking the tailgate from inside the vehicle
252
Locking with the remote key
252
253
Opening the tailgate
253
Closing the tailgate
253
Interrupting opening/closing
254
Programming the tailgate's maximum opening angle
254
Pinch protection
254
Preloaded springs
255
Activating private locking/setting a security code
255
Deactivating private locking
255
Turning off the alarm
256
Locking
256
257
258
Arming the alarm
258
Disarming the alarm
258
Turning off a triggered (sounding) alarm
258
Alarm signals
258
Alarm indicator
258
259
Electronicactivation/deactivation
259
Manual activation/deactivation
260
Alarm system
261
Remote keys (Passive entry/Passive start)
261
Immobilizer and Passive entry/Passive startsystems
261
264
264
Changing the steering force level
264
265
Traction control
265
Spin control
265
Active Yaw Control
265
Engine Drag Control EDC
265
Trailer Stability AssistThis function is included if the vehicle is equipped with a Volvo original trailer hitch.
265
266
Activating/deactivating Sport mode
266
267
269
Overview
269
Limitations
269
Selecting SL(putting it in standby mode)
270
Activating SL(putting it in active mode and setting a maximum speed)
270
271
Limitations
271
ASLsymbol
272
Limitations
272
Activating ASL
273
Deactivating ASL
273
Posted speed limit tolerance
273
274
Deactivating and putting SLin standby mode
274
Reactivating SLfrom standby mode
275
Increasing the speed with the accelerator pedal
275
275
Overview
276
Selecting CC(putting it in standby mode)
276
Activating CC(putting it in active mode and setting a speed)
277
Changing a set speed
277
Engine braking instead of applying the brakes
277
Standby mode due to action by the driver
278
Automatic standby mode
278
Reactivating CCfrom standby mode
278
279
280
Switching from ACC to CC
280
Switching from CC to ACC
280
Head-up-display
281
Operation
282
Setting a time interval
282
283
Controls
285
Head-up-display
286
Starting ACC(putting it in standby mode)
286
Activating ACC(putting it in active mode and setting a speed)
287
Standby mode due to action by the driver
288
Automatic standby mode
288
Reactivating ACCfrom standby mode
288
Changing a set speed
289
290
Changing a time interval
290
How passing assistance works
291
Using passing assistance
291
Starting passing assistance
291
Passing assistance limitations
291
Deactivation of the auto-holdbrake function
292
Automatically setting the parking brake
292
293
Steep roads and/or heavy loads
294
Additional information
294
295
Pilot Assist-1
297
Pilot Assist-2
297
Function
297
Controls
299
Head-up-display
300
Prerequisites
301
Hands on the steering wheel
301
Changing the time interval
302
Standby mode due to driver action
303
Automatic standby mode
304
Reactivating Pilot Assistfrom standby mode
304
Deactivation of the auto-holdbrake function
305
Automatically setting the parking brake
305
306
Steep roads and/or heavy loads
306
Additional information
307
Function
307
Controls
309
Head-up-display
310
Prerequisites
311
Hands on the steering wheel
312
312
Changing the time interval
313
Standby mode due to action by the driver
315
Automatic standby mode
315
Reactivating Pilot Assistfrom standby mode
315
Deactivation of the auto-holdbrake function
317
Automatically setting the parking brake
317
317
Steep roads and/or heavy loads
318
Additional information
318
319
320
Obstructions
321
Vehicle's speed
322
Limited field of vision
322
High temperatures
322
Damaged windshield
322
Maintenance
323
324
324
Reduced visibility
325
Obstructions
325
High temperatures
326
Damaged windshield
326
Maintenance
326
City Safetyintroduction
328
City Safetyparameters
328
1: Collision warning
329
2: Brake assistance
329
3: Auto-brake
329
Setting a warning level (distance)
330
Vehicles
331
Cyclists
331
Pedestrians
332
Large animals
332
Turning at an intersection
333
Limitations in crossing traffic
333
334
Troubleshooting and remedial action
334
Maintenance
335
Other vehicle functions
335
Radar sensor for other functions
336
Low objects
336
Slippery driving conditions
336
Backlighting
336
Heat
336
Backing up
337
Low speed
337
Active driver
337
Other limitations
337
339
340
Limitations
340
341
Overview
341
342
343
Maintenance
343
343
When does Cross Traffic Alertfunction
343
344
Limitations
345
Maintenance
345
347
347
348
Activating/deactivating RSI
349
Activating/deactivating the speed warning function
349
Activating/deactivating the audible alert
349
Speed camera alert
349
350
350
Activating/deactivating Driver Alert Control
351
Activating/deactivating guidance to a rest area
351
352
Driving lane assistance system
352
Steering assistance
353
Lane assistance do not react
353
Limitations
354
Activating/deactivating
354
Type of warning
354
Type of assistance
354
Available
355
Not available
355
Steering/warning indicator
355
Symbols and messages
356
Run-off Mitigationwith steering assistance only
357
Run-off Mitigationwith steering assistance and braking
357
Settings
357
Limitations
358
359
360
Rear park assist
360
Side park assist
361
Front park assist
361
On/Off
361
362
Cleaning the sensors
362
363
Panorama (360°) view
364
Backing up
365
Front camera
365
Side camera
365
Models with the 360° panorama camera system and Park Assist sensors
366
Front and rear sensors
367
Side sensors
367
Starting the camera
368
Starting the camera in different situations
368
Activating/deactivating automatic start of PAC
368
Automatically deactivating the camera
368
Selecting the camera's basic view when reversing
368
369
Dark camera sectors
369
Ambient lighting
369
Maintenance
369
Parallel parking
370
Perpendicular parking
370
1: Searching and measuring
372
2: Backing into the parking space
372
3: Adjusting the vehicle's position
373
Leaving a parking space
373
The PAPparking sequence is cancelled
374
Points to keep in mind
374
Maintenance
375
376
378
Anti-lock Braking System ABS
378
Function check when the engine is started
378
Light braking charges the hybrid battery
378
Cleaning the brake discs
379
Driving on wet or salted roads
379
Brake pad inspection
379
Instrument panel symbols
380
380
381
Auto-holdcontrol
381
Instrument panel symbol
381
381
382
382
382
Using the drive mode control
383
From the center display's Function view
383
383
384
Symbol in the instrument panel
385
Automatic function
385
Releasing manually
385
Heavy load uphill
386
Parking brake settings
386
386
Low battery charge level
386
Replacing brake pads
386
Symbols in the instrument panel
386
Charging
387
Preconditioning
388
Driving
388
Handling and roadholding
388
389
389
390
Using the towing eyelet
391
391
Vehicle with pneumatic suspension
392
Jump starting
392
Deposit control gasoline (detergent additives)
393
Alcohol – Ethanol
393
Methanol
393
Minimum octane
394
TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline
394
Fuel Formulations
394
Use of Additives
394
Opening/closing the fuel filler door
395
Refueling from a service station pump
395
Three-way catalytic converter
396
Heated oxygen sensors
396
397
Trailer cable
400
400
Installing the ball holder
400
Removing the ball holder
401
Stowing the ball holder
401
Function
401
Facts about TSA
401
How TSAworks
402
402
Selecting an ignition mode
403
404
404
406
Two drive systems
407
407
410
412
412
Prior to charging
412
413
414
415
Temperature control
416
Charging using the gasoline engine
416
Indicator LEDin the vehicle's charging socket
417
Charge status in the instrument panel
417
Red warning light
419
Blue status indicator
419
420
Factors outside of the driver's control
421
Factors in the driver's control
421
Driving with the electric motor
421
Hold
422
Charge
422
Symbol in the instrument panel
422
422
422
HYBRID
423
PURE
424
OFF ROAD
424
AWD
424
POWER
424
INDIVIDUAL
425
426
Symbols in the instrument panel
426
From Park – P
426
From neutral – N
426
Messages in the instrument panel
426
427
427
Park – P
428
Reverse – R
428
Neutral – N
428
Drive – D
428
Brake – B
429
Safety function
429
Activating the paddles
429
Manually
430
Automatically
430
431
431
Easy entry
432
Turning off suspension and leveling control
432
Loading mode
432
Parking the vehicle
432
Transport
432
System updates
434
434
435
Optimal sound reproduction settings
435
Active noise suppressionCertain models only.
435
436
436
FM
436
SiriusXM®Satellite radio
436
436
Turning the radio on
437
Changing a list in a waveband
437
Radio favorites
437
Changing wavebandsThe AM waveband is not available in hybrid models.
437
Searching for a radio station
437
Searching for a station manually
438
Introduction
438
Artist Experience™
438
iTunes tagging
439
Ball game mode
439
Benefits of digital broadcasting
439
How HD Radio ™Technologybroadcasting works
439
Switching HD on or off
439
Selecting sub-channels
440
Limitations
441
Listening to satellite radio
441
Selecting SiriusXM®Satellite radio mode
441
Search
443
Channels
443
Favorites
443
Categories/Genres
443
EPG(Electronic Program Guide)
443
Alerts
443
iTunes tagging
443
Traffic Jump
444
Alert notifications
444
Alert notifications sound
444
iTunes tagging
444
Game Alerts
444
Unsubscribed services
444
Skipped stations
444
Skipped categories
444
Starting SiriusXM Travel Link
445
Favorites
446
446
Map view
447
Today
447
5 days
447
Ski location
447
Areas
447
Types of alerts
448
Information about an alert
448
448
Search
448
Nearby
449
Recommended
449
Favorites
449
Brands
449
450
450
Overview
451
451
Alternative 1: searching for the phone from the vehicle
452
Alternative 2: searching for the vehicle from the phone
452
Compatible cell phones
452
Connecting automatically
453
Connecting manually
453
Disconnecting a phone
453
Changing phones
453
Removing a phone (or other device) from the list
453
Making multiple calls
454
Incoming calls while another call is in progress
454
Privacy
454
455
Reading text messages in the center display
455
Reading new text messages in the instrument panel
455
Sending text messages
455
Message notification
456
456
Cell phones
456
Text message settings
456
457
457
458
From an iPhonethat is connected for the first time
459
Apple CarPlay to iPod
460
iPod to Apple CarPlay
460
Automatic start
460
System volume levels
460
461
CD
461
USB flash drive
461
Mp3 player and iPod®
461
Bluetooth-connected device
462
Internet media
462
Video
462
Video settings
463
Play DivX®
463
463
464
464
465
System volumes for media
465
465
Activating/deactivating Gracenote
465
Updating Gracenote
466
466
Subtitles
467
DivX®
467
Storing information on a USB device
467
USB socket
467
468
468
Connect using Bluetooth
468
Connect using Wi-Fi
468
Connect using a cable connected to the USB socket
469
Connect using the vehicle's integrated modem
469
Bluetooth
470
Bluetoothcompliance
470
Update (install) all
471
Updating certain apps
471
Uninstalling an app
471
471
Restarting the phone
471
472
473
Deleting all networks
473
473
473
474
Bowers & Wilkins
474
Gracenote®End User License Agreement
475
Sensus software
475
Linux software
476
camellia:1.2.0
477
Unicode: 5.1.0
477
Terms & Conditions for Services
478
480
Recommended tires
480
New tires
480
Tire age
480
Tire economy
481
Tire rotation
481
Storing wheels and tires
481
482
483
485
485
485
Curb weight
486
Capacity weight
486
Permissible axle weight
486
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
486
Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit
486
487
TREADWEAR
487
TRACTION
487
488
Cold tires
488
Recommended inflation pressures
488
489
When changing to tires of another dimension
489
490
491
Locking wheel bolts
491
491
493
Messages in the instrument panel
494
494
Checking inflation pressure
495
496
Calibrating TPMS
497
Location
498
Introduction
498
Accessing the tire sealing system
498
Sealing compound container
498
Overview
500
Connecting
500
503
The Federal Clean Air Act – U.S.
506
Maintenance
506
Applicable warranties – U.S./Canada
506
Periodic maintenance helps minimize emissions
506
How do states use OBD IIfor emission inspections?
507
How can my vehicle fail OBD IIemission inspection?
507
Each time the car is refueled:
507
Monthly:
507
As needed:
507
508
Updating all system software
508
Updating individual programs
508
Cancelling a download
508
Allowing background searches or software updates
509
509
509
Volvo ID
510
Changing a Volvo IDemail address
510
Selecting a Volvo retailer on the My Volvo website
510
Booking service or repairs
510
Sending an appointment request
511
Sending vehicle-related information
511
Viewing workshop information
512
Appointments and vehicle information
512
Without driver confirmation
513
With driver confirmation
513
Manually connecting to a workshop
513
Changing the way a connection is made
513
Refrigerant R134a
513
514
516
517
Battery coolant
517
518
518
Location of the fuseboxes
519
Fuse replacement
519
521
Positions
521
526
Positions
527
530
Positions
531
532
Front bulbs (vehicles with halogen headlights)
533
Taillight bulbs
534
534
534
535
536
536
537
538
539
Warning–hood not closed
541
Closing
541
542
543
544
Checking the oil level
544
Via Function view
545
Via Function view
546
Via Settings
546
546
Replacing the windshield wiper blades
546
Cleaning
547
Replacing the tailgate wiper blade
547
548
549
Hand washing
549
Automatic car washes
550
Exterior components
551
552
Cleaning leather upholstery
552
Protecting leather upholstery
552
Cleaning a leather-covered steering wheel
552
Leather panels
553
Spots on interior plastic, metal, or wood surfaces
553
Cleaning the seat belts
553
Cleaning floor mats
553
554
Inspection and maintenance
554
555
Color code
555
Minor stone chips and scratches
555
Repairing stone chips
556
556
Location of labels
561
A/C decal
567
Refrigerant
567
Compressor oil
567
Evaporator
567
567
568
569
Electric motor
569
Extreme engine operation
570
Oil volume
570
570
570
571
572

FAQ about the 2017 Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid Manual

What contains the 2017 Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid manual?

The Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Volvo to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid 2017 owner's manual:

  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid owners can do
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Customer Assistance, with contact information for customer support
  • Best practice for driving your Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid
  • Warranty Information, about the vehicle's warranty coverage

Where to download the 2017 Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid Owners Manual?

The Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid owner manual for the 2017 model year is to be found on this page.

Is the manual for the Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid year 2017 free?

Yes, the owner manual for the model year 2017 is free, but the repair manuals are usually not easy to get and may cost more.

The Volvo Xc90 Twin Engine Hybrid (2017) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2017 is available in English.

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