2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country Owner's Manual

2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country owners manual
Year:
2018
Make:
Volvo
Model:
V90 Cross Country
Rating:
(4)

Online manual

Size:
9.84 MB

Table of Contents

18
Vehicle's center displayFor markets without Owner's Manuals in the center display, a complete printed manual is provided along with the vehicle.
18
Mobile app
18
Volvo Cars support site
18
Printed information
18
Start page
20
Categories
20
Quick Guide
21
Exterior and interior hotspots
21
Favorites
21
Saving or deleting favorite articles
21
Video
21
Information
21
Using the search function in the Top menu
21
22
Maps
22
Mobile apps
22
Owner's manuals in PDF format
22
Contact
23
Option/accessory
23
Footnotes
23
Risk of injury
24
Risk of damage
24
Information
24
24
Procedures
24
Position lists
25
Bullet lists
25
Related information
25
Images
25
Continues on next page
25
Continuation from previous page
25
25
28
Advantages of having a Volvo ID
28
Registering your Volvo IDto the vehicle
29
Support
30
Prevention
30
Protection
31
Head-up display
33
Instrument panel
33
Center display
34
Voice control system
34
35
35
38
Type approval
39
39
40
41
44
Warning symbol in the instrument panel
44
Seat belt
45
Seating position
45
Occupant safety reminders
46
Transport Canada can be contacted at:
47
Volvo customers in Canada
47
Seating position
49
Seat belt maintenance
49
Buckling seat belts
50
Unbuckling seat belts
51
Standard seat belt tensioners
52
Electric seat belt tensioners
52
Front seats
53
Rear seat
54
Door/hood/tailgate and fuel filler door reminder
54
Deployed airbags
54
The front airbag system
55
Front airbag deployment
56
Airbag decals
57
58
Disabling the passenger's side front airbag
58
Modifications
60
62
Starting the vehicle when it is in safety mode
64
Moving the vehicle when it is in safety mode
64
Volvo has some very specific recommendations
66
When attaching the seat belt to a child seat:
68
Child restraint registration and recalls
68
Securing an infant seat with a seat belt
69
Securing a convertible seat with a seat belt
71
Securing a booster cushion
73
Securing a child seat
74
Location of child seat attachment points
75
To access the anchors
76
79
80
Steering wheel and dashboard
84
Ceiling console
84
Center and tunnel console
84
Driver's door
84
Instrument panel 12\
86
Instrument panel 8\
87
Dynamic symbol
88
Selecting type of information
90
Select theme
90
Select language
90
Trip odometer
92
Odometer
92
Current fuel consumption
92
Distance to empty tank
92
Tourist - alternative speedometer
92
94
95
95
Automatic time for vehicles with GPS
96
Daylight savings time
96
106
App menu functions
106
107
Opening and closing the app menu
107
Navigating and making selections in the App menu
107
114
Using the center display's touchscreen
116
Returning to Home view from another view
118
Scrolling in lists, articles or views
118
Using the center display controls
118
119
Home view
119
Status bar
120
Top view
120
Climate view
120
App view
121
Function view
121
Expanding a tile from standard mode
124
Opening or closing a tile in full-screen mode
125
Different types of buttons
126
Button modes
127
128
Variants of letters or characters
132
Adding or deleting languages in Settings
133
Toggling between keyboard languages
133
136
Third-party apps
137
138
Two types of reset
139
Resetting settings
139
Types of settings
139
140
My Car
140
Sound
140
Navigation
140
Media
140
Communication
141
Climate
141
System
141
Global settings
142
Personal settings
142
143
Linking a remote key to a specific driver profile
143
City Safetyin head-up-display
147
148
Selecting display options
148
Adjusting brightness and height position
148
Calibrating the horizontal position
149
System updates
150
Numbers
151
Sound settings
152
Language settings
152
Exterior lighting
156
Thumbwheel in instrument panel
157
158
Tunnel detection
160
High beam flash
160
High beams
160
162
Triple flash indicator
162
Continuous flashing sequence
162
163
Deactivating/activating the function
163
Cornering illumination
164
164
165
166
166
166
Reading lights
167
Passenger compartment lighting
167
Courtesy lighting auto switch
167
Rear roof lighting
167
Glove compartment lighting
168
Vanity mirror lighting
168
Ground lighting
168
Doorsill lighting
168
Cargo compartment lighting
168
Ambient Lighting
168
Mood lighting
168
Lighting in the door storage compartments
168
Lighting in the front tunnel console cupholders
168
Changing the brightness
169
Changing the color of the light
169
Laminated glass
172
In the rear door - manually operated
175
Rearview mirror
175
Door mirrors
175
Auto-dim
176
Controls used for door mirrors
177
Resetting the mirrors' position
177
Automatically folding door mirrors
177
Tilting when parkingOnly on models equipped with a power driver's seat with memory buttons.
177
Automatically tilting when parking
177
Automatic folding when the vehicle is locked
178
178
Wind blocker
179
Manual operation
180
Auto operation
181
Automatic operation - rapid opening or closing
181
182
Single sweep
182
Wipers off
182
Interval wipers
182
Continuous wipers
182
183
183
Activating the rain sensor
183
Deactivate the rain sensor
184
Activating/deactivating memory function
184
Starting the windshield and headlight washers
185
Headlight washer
185
Reduced washing
185
Activating the rear window wiper/washer
186
187
190
191
191
192
Storing a position
192
Front door open
193
Front door closed
193
Restarting the massage function
194
Adjusting front seat massage settings
194
195
Adjusting the seat cushion
195
196
196
Adjusting front seat lumbar support
196
Activating the function
197
Adjust passenger seat
197
Models with the electric backrest fold-down function
199
Models without the electric backrest fold-down function
199
Folding up the backrest
199
Adjusting the center head restraint
200
Electrically folding down the rear seat's outboard head restraints
200
Manually folding down the rear seat's outboard head restraints
201
201
Horn
202
202
2-zone climate system
204
4-zone climate system
204
Location of the sensors
205
205
Materials used in the passenger compartment
207
Air filtering systems
207
208
Replacing the passenger compartment filter
209
Automatic and manual air distribution
210
Adjustable air vents
210
Opening and closing the air vents
211
Directing air flow
212
Physical buttons in the center console
216
Main climate
216
Rear climate control
217
Climate controls on the rear side of the tunnel console
217
Activating and deactivating the heated rear seats from the front seats
219
Activating and deactivating the heated rear seats from the rear seat
220
Activating and deactivating max defroster from the center console
224
Activating and deactivating max defroster from the center display
224
Activating and deactivating windshield heating from the center console
225
Activating and deactivating windshield heating from the center display
225
Activating and deactivating the heated rear window and door mirrors from the center console
226
Activating and deactivating the heated rear window and door mirrors from the center display
227
Setting blower speed for the rear seats from the front seats
228
Setting blower speed for the rear seats from the rear seats
228
Setting the temperature for the rear seats from the front seats
230
Setting the temperature for the rear seats from the rear seats
230
Lock and alarm indicator
234
Front door
234
In rear door
235
235
Buttonless key, Key Tag
236
Remote key buttons
236
Interference
237
Locking when the tailgate is open
238
Unlocking with remote key
238
Automatic relocking
238
Remote key not working
238
238
239
Manual use
239
Keyless useModels equipped with keyless locking/unlocking (Passive Entry) only.
239
If the remote key is removed from the vehicle
240
Opening the key and replacing the battery
241
Loss of a remote key
244
244
Driver support functions
245
246
Using the detachable key blade
246
Detaching the key blade
246
Turning off the alarm
247
Locking
247
Alarm system
248
Remote keys (Passive entry/Passive start)
248
Immobilizer and Passive entry/Passive startsystems
249
Door handle
250
Tailgate
250
Locking when the tailgate is open
251
Keyless unlocking
251
Automatic relocking
251
252
253
Alternative unlocking method
254
Locking using the front door buttons
254
Locking using the rear door button
254
Unlocking the rear door
254
Activating and deactivating electric child safety locks
255
Activating and deactivating manual child safety locks
256
Opening the power tailgate
257
Closing the power tailgate
258
Closing and lockingthe power tailgate
259
Interrupting opening or closing
259
Pinch protection
259
Preloaded springs
259
260
Interrupting opening or closing with a foot movement
261
262
Entering security code before initial use
262
Activating private locking
262
Deactivating private locking
263
263
Alarm signals
263
Alarm indicator
264
In the event of alarm system failure
264
Disarming the alarm without a functioning remote key
265
Turning off a triggered alarm
265
Automatically arming and disarming the alarm
265
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268
268
Changing the level of steering wheel resistance
269
270
Stability control
270
Spin control and active yaw control
270
Engine drag control
270
Trailer Stability AssistTrailer Stability Assist is included if the vehicle is equipped with a Volvo original towbar.
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273
Putting Speed Limiter in standby mode
275
Starting the Speed Limiter
275
Setting/changing set speed
275
Temporarily deactivating using the accelerator pedal
276
277
ASLsymbol
279
Activating ASL
280
Deactivating ASL
280
281
Overview
282
283
Putting Cruise Control in standby mode
283
Activating/starting Cruise Control
283
For vehicles with only CC
284
For vehicles with both CC and ACC
284
Cruise Control Eco Cruise
285
Cruise Control Dynamic Cruise
285
Standby mode due to action by the driver
285
Automatic standby mode
285
Reactivating Cruise Control from standby mode
286
287
287
On/Off
289
290
Controls
292
Instrument panel
293
Putting Adaptive Cruise Control in standby mode
295
Starting/activating Adaptive Cruise Control
295
Automatic transmission
296
297
Setting how ACC should maintain distanceto the vehicle ahead
297
Standby mode due to action by the driver
299
Automatic standby mode
299
Reactivating Adaptive Cruise Control from standby mode
299
How passing assistance works
300
Requirements for passing assistance
300
Starting parking assistance
300
Automatic standby mode when switching targets
301
Deactivation of the Auto-hold brake function
302
Auto Activate Parking Brake
302
Steep roads and/or heavy loads
302
Other limitations
302
303
Switching from ACC to CC
303
Switching from CC to ACC
304
305
How Pilot Assistworks
307
In curves and forks in the road
308
Controls
309
Instrument panel
310
Collision warning
310
311
Hands on the steering wheel
312
Automatic transmission
313
313
Setting how Pilot Assist should maintain distanceto the vehicle ahead
314
Standby mode due to action by the driver
315
Automatic standby mode
316
Reactivating Pilot Assistfrom standby mode
316
How passing assistance works
317
Requirements for passing assistance
317
Starting parking assistance
317
Automatic standby mode when switching targets
318
Deactivation of the Auto-hold brake function
319
Auto Activate Parking Brake
319
319
Steep roads and/or heavy loads
320
Other limitations
320
321
322
Obstructed camera
323
Low trailers
324
High temperatures
325
Damaged windshield
325
ACC, PA and BLIS
326
327
Reduced visibility
328
Obstructed camera
328
High temperatures
329
Damaged windshield
329
331
1 - Collision warning
333
2 - Brake assistance
333
3 - Auto-brake
334
334
Vehicles
335
Cyclists
335
Pedestrians
336
Large animals
337
337
339
Limitations of City Safetyduring evasive maneuvers
339
Low objects
340
Slippery road conditions
340
Backlighting
340
Heat
340
Backing up
340
Low speed
340
Active driver
340
Other limitations
341
Market limitations
341
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345
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349
Examples of further limitations
351
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Signs for \School\ and \Children playing\
355
Adjusting the Speed Warning limit
356
Audible alert On/Off
356
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358
On/Off
359
360
360
Lane Keeping Aid does not intervene
362
On/Off
363
368
369
371
373
376
377
Back
378
Side sensors
378
Front camera
378
On/Off
379
379
381
Camera view when backing up
387
Camera view when manually starting the camera
387
Automatically deactivating the camera
387
387
Dark camera sector
388
Lighting conditions
388
390
391
Searching for and measuring potential parking spots
393
Backing into a parking space
394
Positioning the vehicle in the parking space
394
The parking sequence is cancelled
396
Driver responsibility
397
399
402
404
405
Selecting an ignition mode
406
406
Anti-lock brakes
407
Symbols in the instrument panel
407
408
409
Symbol in the instrument panel
410
Automatic activation
410
Deactivating manually
411
Deactivating automatically
411
411
Low battery charge level
412
Replacing brake pads
412
Symbols in the instrument panel
412
Symbols in the instrument panel
413
When shutting off
414
415
Symbols in the instrument panel
415
Park - P
416
Reverse - R
416
Neutral - N
417
Ddrive mode
417
Manual shifting mode - M
417
Activating the steering wheel paddles
417
Manual deactivation in gear position D
418
Automatic deactivation
418
419
From Park - P
419
From Neutral - N
419
Deactivating the automatic shiftlock
419
421
COMFORT
421
ECO
422
OFF ROAD
422
DYNAMIC
422
INDIVIDUAL
422
Activating Eco Coast
424
Limitations
424
Deactivating and turning off Eco Coast
424
Cruise control Eco Cruise
424
ECO gauge in the instrument panel
425
ECO Climate
425
426
Selecting Ecodrive mode in the center display's Function view
426
426
426
12\ instrument panel
427
8\ instrument panel
427
428
The engine does not auto-stop
428
The engine does not auto-start
428
The engine auto-starts while the brake pedal is depressed
428
Shock absorbers (Four-C)
430
Transporting
430
Symbols and messages in driver display
430
Disable Leveling Control
432
Selecting Low Speed Control in the center display's Function view
433
433
Function
433
To keep in mind when using HDC
434
Selecting Hill Descent Control in the center display's Function view
434
Other factors that decrease fuel consumption
435
437
Slippery driving conditions
437
Refueling the vehicle at a service station
438
Refueling from a fuel container
439
Deposit control gasoline (gasoline with detergent additives)
439
Alcohol - Ethanol
440
Methanol
440
Decals
440
TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline
440
Fuel Formulations
441
Use of Additives
441
Demanding driving
441
Three-way catalytic converter
442
Heated oxygen sensors
442
442
Symbols in the instrument panel
443
443
444
Overview
445
Folding out the towbar
445
Retracting the towbar
446
447
Trailer weights
448
Steep inclines
449
Parking on a hill
449
Starting on a hill
449
Reasons for swaying
449
Trailer Stability Assist function
449
449
Trailer turn signals and brake lights
450
Automatic check
450
Disabling the automatic check
451
Manual check
451
451
Preparations and towing
451
Jump starting
451
452
Attaching the towing eyelet
452
General
454
Programming individual buttons
456
Resetting the HomeLink®buttons
456
FCC (USA) and IC (Canada)
457
Type approval for EU
457
458
Activating and deactivating the compass
458
458
Optimal sound reproduction
462
Sound settings as needed
462
Sound experience
463
Active noise suppression
463
Changing wavebands
467
Changing a list in a waveband
467
Changing radio stations in a selected list
468
Searching for a station manually
468
Radio favorites
469
Adding and deleting radio favorites
469
AM/FM Radio
469
SiriusXM®Satellite radio
470
Introduction
470
Artist Experience™
471
Ball game mode
471
Benefits of digital broadcasting
471
How HD Radio ™Technologybroadcasting works
471
Selecting sub-channels
473
Limitations
473
Listening to satellite radio
474
Selecting SiriusXM®Satellite radio mode
474
Search
475
Channels
475
Favorites
475
Categories/Genres
475
EPG(Electronic Program Guide)
475
Alerts
475
iTunes tagging
476
Traffic Jump
477
Alert Notifications
477
Alert Notifications Sound
477
Sort Channels
477
iTunes Tagging
477
Game Alerts
477
Unsubscribed Services
477
Skipped Stations
477
Skipped Categories
477
Starting SiriusXM Travel Link
478
Favorites
478
Map view
479
Today
479
5 days
480
Ski condition
480
Areas
480
Types of notifications
480
Information about a notification
481
481
Search
481
Nearby
481
Recommended
482
Favorites
482
Brands
482
482
CD
484
USB flash drive
484
MP3 player and iPod®
484
Bluetooth-connected device
484
Media with Internet connection
484
Video
484
Apple CarPlay
484
Android Auto
484
486
487
Updating Gracenote
487
488
489
490
490
491
CarPlay to iPod
492
iPod to CarPlay
492
Automatic start
492
System Volumes
492
Automatic start
495
System Volumes
495
496
Overview
496
Option 1 - searching for the phone from the vehicle
497
Option 2 - searching for the vehicle from the phone
498
Compatible phones
498
Making multiple calls
501
Incoming calls while another call is in progress
502
Privacy
502
Reading text messages in the center display
502
Reading new text messages in the instrument panel
502
Dictating replies in the instrument panel
503
Message notification
503
504
Call notifications in head up display
504
Bluetooth®declaration of conformity
505
505
509
510
Phone to vehicle
510
Phone to network operator
510
Restarting the phone
511
511
Deleting all networks
511
511
Subtitles
513
DivX®
513
Technical specifications for the USB-A connector
513
Bowers & Wilkins
515
Gracenote®End User License Agreement
516
Sensus software
516
Linux software
517
camellia:1.2.0
518
Unicode: 5.1.0
518
Declaration of Conformity
519
526
Recommended tires
526
New tires
526
Tire age
527
Tire economy
527
Tire rotation
527
Storing wheels and tires
527
528
529
530
Speed Symbol
531
532
TREADWEAR
532
TRACTION
532
TEMPERATURE
532
533
Cold tires
533
General information about the tire pressure monitoring system
535
Messages in the instrument panel
536
To keep in mind
536
537
Status indicator light
538
Changing to tires of another dimension
540
Models with leveling control
541
541
Locking wheel bolts
541
Stowing a flat tire
546
547
Tips for changing snow tires
547
Studded tires
547
Tread depth
547
548
Location
548
Sealing compound bottle
549
Overview
549
Connecting
549
553
Curb weight
554
Capacity weight
554
Permissible axle weight
554
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
554
Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit
554
Front seats
556
Rear seat
556
556
12 V outlets
558
Electrical outlets in the tunnel console - rear seat
558
High-voltage outlet status indicator light
558
Using 12 V outlets
560
Using high-voltage outlets
560
Extra cargo space
564
564
Under the floor hatch
565
565
566
Installing the cargo compartment cover
566
Removing the cargo compartment cover
566
Retracting the cover
568
Installation
569
Rear mounting
570
Front mounting
571
Removing the cargo net
571
The Federal Clean Air Act - U.S.
574
Maintenance
574
Applicable warranties - U.S./Canada
574
Periodic maintenance helps minimize emissions
574
How do states use OBD IIfor emission inspections?
575
How can my vehicle fail OBD IIemission inspection?
575
Each time the car is refueled:
575
Monthly:
575
As needed:
575
Manual connection to workshop Wi-Fi
576
577
Searching for update
577
Updating all system software
577
Updating individual system software
577
Canceling software download
578
Deactivating the background search for software update
578
578
To use the service
578
Book service
578
Accepting an appointment suggestion
579
Vehicle information contents
580
581
Opening the hood
583
Warning - hood not closed
583
Closing the hood
583
Vehicles with R134a refrigerant
584
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585
Viewing oil level in the center display
587
588
589
Front bulbs (vehicles with halogen headlights)
591
Rear bulbs
591
592
592
593
594
595
596
597
Connection points
597
Location
598
Specifications
599
600
Specifications
601
601
Location of fuseboxes
602
604
Positions
605
607
Positions
608
611
Positions
612
614
614
615
Fabric upholstery and ceiling liner
616
Seat belts
616
Inlay mats and floor mats
616
Cleaning the leather upholstery
618
Protecting the leather upholstery
618
If there are stains on the steering wheel:
618
Interior plastic, metal and wood surfaces
619
620
Hand washing
620
Automatic car washes
622
High-pressure washing
623
Wiper blades
623
Exterior plastic, rubber and trim components
624
Rims
625
625
Inspection and maintenance
625
626
Materials that might be needed
626
626
Color code
627
Changing rear window wipers
628
Replacing wiper blades
629
631
631
Location of decals
634
637
Extreme driving conditions
642
Oil volume
642
643
643
644
Vehicles with R134a refrigerant
644
Compressor oil
644
Evaporator
644
Related information
645

FAQ about the 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country Manual

What contains the 2018 V90 Cross Country manual?

The Volvo V90 Cross Country owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Volvo to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Volvo V90 Cross Country. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Volvo V90 Cross Country 2018 owner's manual:

  • Customer Assistance, with contact information for customer support
  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Volvo V90 Cross Country owners can do
  • Environmental Information about environmentally-friendly driving practices
  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings
  • Instrument Panel and Controls, including dashboard indicators, warning lights, and controls

Where to download the 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country Owners Manual?

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Is the manual for the Volvo V90 Cross Country year 2018 free?

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The Volvo V90 Cross Country (2018) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2018 is available in English.

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