2018 Volvo V90 Owner's Manual

2018 Volvo V90 owners manual
Year:
2018
Make:
Volvo
Model:
V90
Rating:
(5)

Online manual

Size:
10.71 MB

Table of Contents

18
The car's centre displayA complete printed manual is included with the car for markets without owner's manual in the centre display.
18
Mobile app
18
Volvo Cars support site
18
Printed information
18
Homepage
20
Categories
20
Quick Guide
21
Hotspots for exterior and interior
21
Favourites
21
Saving or deleting articles as favourites
21
Video
21
Information
21
Using the search function in the top menu
21
22
Maps
22
Owner's manuals as PDF
22
Contact
22
Log in to Volvo Cars website
23
Options/accessories
23
Special texts
23
Footnote
24
Warning of personal injury
24
Risk of property damage
24
Information
24
24
Procedure lists
25
Position lists
25
Bulleted lists
25
Related information
25
Images
25
To be continued
25
Continued from previous page
25
25
28
Advantages of Volvo ID
28
Registering your Volvo IDto the car
29
Contributing to a better environment
31
Efficient emission control
31
Clean air in the passenger compartment
31
Interior
31
Volvo workshops and the environment
31
Recycling
31
Support
33
Prevention
33
Protection
33
Head-up display
35
Driver display
35
Centre display
36
Voice recognition system
36
37
39
Related information
40
41
44
Warning symbol in driver display
44
Seatbelt
44
Seating position
44
Seating position
46
WHIPSand child seats
46
46
Symbols in the driver display
46
Putting on seatbelts
48
Taking off seatbelts
49
Standard seatbelt tensioner
49
Electric seatbelt tensioner
49
Front seat
51
Rear seat
51
Reminder for doors, bonnet, tailgate and fuel filler flap
51
Deployed airbags
52
Steering wheel airbag location
53
Knee airbaglocation
53
Passenger airbag location
54
Label for passenger airbag
54
Switch
55
Activating passenger airbag
55
Deactivating passenger airbag
56
Side airbags and child seats
57
58
Starting the car after safety mode
59
Moving the car after safety mode
59
The location of the mounting points
61
The location of the mounting points
62
63
The location of the mounting points
63
Label for passenger airbag
64
Installation in the front seat
65
Installation in the rear seat
65
67
69
70
74
75
Steering wheel and instrument panel
78
Roof console
78
Centre and tunnel console
78
Driver's door
78
Steering wheel and instrument panel
79
Roof console
79
Centre and tunnel console
79
Driver's door
80
Driver display, 12-inch
81
Driver display, 8-inch
82
Dynamic symbol
83
Selecting information type
85
Selecting theme
85
Selecting language
85
Trip meter
87
Applies to Bi-Fuelcars
87
Tourist - alternative speedometer
87
89
90
90
Automatic time for cars with GPS
91
Summer time
91
101
App menu functions
101
102
Opening/closing the app menu
102
Navigating and selecting in the app menu
102
108
Using the touch screen functionality in the centre display
110
Returning to home view from another view
112
Scrolling in a list, article or view
112
Using the controls in the centre display
112
113
Home view
113
Status bar
114
Top view
114
Climate view
114
Application view
115
Function view
115
Expanding a tile from default mode
118
Opening or closing a tile in full screen mode
119
Different types of buttons
120
The buttons' different modes
121
122
Variants of a letter or character
126
Adding or deleting languages in settings
127
Switching between different languages in the keyboard
127
130
Third party apps
131
132
Two types of reset
133
Resetting settings
133
Setting types
133
134
My Car
134
Sound
134
Navigation
134
Media
134
Communication
135
Climate
135
System
135
Global settings
136
Personal preferences
136
137
Linking a remote control key to a driver profile
137
City Safetyin the head-up display
141
142
Selecting display options
142
Adjusting brightness and vertical position
142
Calibrate the horizontal position
143
System updating
144
Digits
145
Audio settings
146
Language settings
146
Exterior lighting
150
Thumbwheel in instrument panel
151
152
153
Tunnel detection
154
Main beam flash
155
Main beam
155
157
Short flash sequence
157
Continuous flash sequence
157
158
Deactivating/activating the function
158
Cornering lights
159
159
160
160
161
161
Reading lighting
162
Passenger compartment lighting
162
Auto function for passenger compartment lighting
162
Rear roof lighting
162
Glovebox lighting
163
Sun visor mirror lighting
163
Ground lighting
163
Door sill lighting
163
Lighting in the cargo area
163
Decor lighting
163
Ambience lights
163
Lighting in storage compartments in doors
163
Lighting in front cup holders in tunnel console
163
Changing the brightness of the lights
164
Changing the colour of the light
164
Laminated glass
166
In the rear door - manually operated
169
Interior rearview mirror
170
Door mirrors
170
Manual dimming
170
Automatic dimming
171
Using controls for door mirrors
171
Resetting to neutral
172
Folding in rearview mirrors electrically
172
Angling during parkingOnly in combination with power seat with memory buttons.
172
Automatic angling during parking
172
Automatic retraction when locking
172
173
Wind deflector
173
Manual operation
176
Automatic operation
176
Automatic operation - rapid opening or closing
176
177
Single sweep
177
Windscreen wipers off
177
Intermittent wiping
177
Continuous wiping
177
178
178
Activating the rain sensor
178
Deactivating the rain sensor
179
Activating/deactivating the memory function
179
Starting windscreen and headlamp washers
180
Headlamp washing
180
Reduced washing
180
Activating the rear window wiper and washer
181
182
184
185
185
186
Store setting
186
Open front door
187
Closed front door
187
Restarting massage
188
Adjusting massage settingsin the front seat
188
189
Adjusting the seat cushion
189
189
190
Adjusting the lumbar supportin the front seat
190
Activating the function
191
Adjust passenger seat
191
Car with electronic folding
193
Car without electronic folding
193
Raising the backrest
193
Adjusting the head restraint, centre seat
194
Electrical lowering of the rear seat's outer head restraints
194
Manual lowering of the outer head restraints, rear seat
195
195
Horn
196
Activating the steering lock
196
Deactivating the steering lock
196
With knee airbag
197
Without knee airbag
197
2-zone climate
200
4-zone climate
200
Sensor location
201
201
Materials in the passenger compartment
203
Air cleaning system
203
204
Replacing the passenger compartment filter
205
Automatic and manual air distribution
206
Adjustable air vents
206
Opening and closing the air vents
207
Aiming the air vents
208
Physical buttons in centre console
212
Main climate
212
Rear climate control
213
Parking climate
213
Climate controls at rear of tunnel console
213
Activating and deactivating the heated rear seat from the front seat
215
Activating and deactivating the heated rear seat from the rear seat
215
Activating and deactivating max defroster from centre console
219
Activating and deactivating max defroster from centre display
220
Activating and deactivating heated windscreen from centre console
221
Activating and deactivating heated windscreen from centre display
221
Activating and deactivating heated rear window and door mirrors from centre console
222
Activating and deactivating heated rear window and door mirrors from centre display
222
Regulating the fan level for the rear seat from the front seat
224
Regulating the fan level for the rear seat from the rear seat
224
Regulating temperature for rear seat from front seat
225
Regulating temperature for rear seat from rear seat
226
229
Starting/stopping from the centre display
229
Starting from the app
229
230
Adding a time setting
230
Editing a time setting
231
231
233
234
Battery and charging
235
Fuel and refuelling
235
236
237
Lock and alarm indicator
240
Front door
240
In rear door
241
241
Button-less key (Key Tag)
242
Remote control key buttons
242
Interference
243
Locking with the remote control key
243
Unlocking with the remote control key
244
Automatic relocking
244
When the remote control key does not work
244
244
245
For manual use
245
For keyless useOnly applies to cars equipped with the keyless locking/unlocking option (Passive Entry).
246
If the remote control key is removed from the car
246
Opening the key and changing the battery
247
Loss of a remote control key
250
250
Driver support functions
251
251
The key blade's application areas
252
Detaching the key blade
252
Switching off the alarm
253
Locking
253
Remote-controlled immobiliser with tracking systemOnly certain markets and together with Volvo On Call.
254
Lock system keyless start (Passive Start) and keyless locking/unlocking (Passive Entry)
256
Remote control key
258
Key Tag
261
Door handle
265
Tailgate
265
Keyless locking
266
Keyless unlocking
266
Automatic relocking
266
267
268
Alternative unlocking method
269
Locking using a button in the front door
269
Locking using a button in the rear door
269
Unlocking the rear door
269
Activating and deactivating electrically
271
Activating and deactivating manually
271
Opening the power operated tailgate
272
Closing the power operated tailgate
273
Closing and lockingthe power operated tailgate
274
Cancel opening or closing
274
Pinch protection
274
Pre-tensioned springs
274
275
Cancelling opening or closing with foot movement
277
277
Enter the security code before using for the first time
277
Activate private locking
278
Deactivate private locking
278
279
Alarm signals
279
Alarm indicator
279
Movement and tilt sensors
279
In the event of an alarm system fault
279
Deactivate the alarm without a functioning remote control key
281
Switching off a triggered alarm
281
Automatic arming and rearming of the alarm
281
282
283
286
286
Change the steering force level
287
288
Stability function
288
Spin control and traction control system
288
Engine Drag Control
288
Trailer stability assistTrailer stability assist is included when the Volvo genuine towbar is installed.
288
289
291
Set the speed limiter in standby mode
293
Start the Speed Limiter
293
Setting/changing the stored speed
293
Temporary deactivation with the accelerator pedal
294
295
The ASLsymbol
297
Activate ASL
298
Deactivate ASL
298
299
Overview
300
301
Set cruise control in standby mode
301
Activating/starting cruise control
301
Setting/changing the stored speed
302
Cruise control Eco Cruise
302
Cruise control Dynamic Cruise
302
Standby mode on driver intervention
303
Automatic standby mode
303
Reactivating cruise control from standby mode
303
304
305
On/Off
306
307
Controls
309
Driver display
310
Setting the adaptive cruise control in standby mode
312
Starting/activating the adaptive cruise control
312
Automatic gearbox
313
Manual gearbox
313
314
Select how ACC shall maintain the distanceto the vehicle ahead
314
Standby mode on driver intervention
316
Automatic standby mode
316
Reactivating adaptive cruise control from standby mode
316
How overtaking assistance works
317
Continuation for Overtaking Assistance
317
Starting Overtaking Assistance
317
Automatic standby mode with change of target
318
Cessation of automatic braking
319
Automatic activation of parking brake
319
Steep roads and/or heavy load
319
Miscellaneous
319
320
Changing from ACC to CC
320
Changing from CC to ACC
320
322
How Pilot Assistworks
324
Round bends and when the road splits
326
Controls
326
Driver display
327
Collision risk warning
328
329
Hands on the steering wheel
329
Automatic gearbox
330
Manual gearbox
330
331
Select how Pilot Assist shall maintain the distanceto the vehicle ahead
331
Standby mode on driver intervention
333
Automatic standby mode
333
Reactivating Pilot Assistfrom the standby mode
333
How overtaking assistance works
334
Continuation for Overtaking Assistance
334
Starting Overtaking Assistance
334
Automatic standby mode with change of target
335
Cessation of automatic braking
336
Automatic activation of parking brake
336
336
Steep roads and/or heavy load
337
Miscellaneous
337
338
339
Blocked unit
340
Low trailers
341
High temperature
342
Damaged windscreen
342
344
Type approval for radio equipment
347
348
Impaired vision
349
Blocked unit
349
High temperature
350
Damaged windscreen
350
352
1 - Collision warning
354
2 - Brake support
354
3 - Auto Brake
354
355
Vehicles
356
Cyclists
356
Pedestrians
357
Large animals
357
358
359
Limitations for City Safetywhen evasive manoeuvres are prevented
360
Low objects
360
Skidding
360
Oncoming light
360
Heat
360
Reversing
361
Low speed
361
Active driver
361
Miscellaneous
361
Market limitation
362
363
364
365
366
367
369
370
Examples of further limitations
372
373
374
375
Speed limit or end of motorway
376
Changed speed limit
376
Additional signs
376
Sign for \School\ and \Children at play\
377
Adjust the limit for Speed Warning
378
Acoustic warning On/Off
378
379
379
380
On/Off
381
382
382
Lane assistance does not intervene
384
On/Off
385
390
391
393
395
398
399
Backwards
400
Along the sides
400
Forwards
400
On/Off
401
401
403
Camera view when reversing
409
Camera view for manual camera start
409
Automatic deactivation of camera
409
410
Black camera sector
411
Light conditions
411
412
413
Finding and measuring parking spaces
415
Reversing in to the parking space
416
Positioning the car in the parking space
416
Parking is discontinued
418
Driver responsibility
418
420
422
423
424
Selecting ignition position
425
426
426
To bear in mind
427
427
427
Anti-lock braking system
427
Symbols in the driver display
428
429
429
Symbol in the driver display
430
Automatic activation
431
Deactivate manually
431
Deactivate automatically
431
432
Low battery voltage
432
Replacing the brake linings
432
Symbols in the driver display
433
Symbols in the driver display
433
Applicable when switching off
434
435
Symbols in the driver display
435
Changing gear
436
Reverse gear inhibitor
436
During parking
436
Park position - P
437
Reverse position - R
437
Neutral position - N
437
Drive position - D
437
Manual gearshift mode - M
438
Activating the steering wheel paddles
438
Manual deactivation in gear position D.
439
Automatic deactivation
439
440
From park position - P
440
From neutral position - N
440
Deactivate automatic gear selector inhibitor
440
443
COMFORT
443
ECO
443
DYNAMIC
443
INDIVIDUAL
444
Activating the freewheel function
446
Limitations
446
Deactivating and switching off the freewheel function
446
Cruise control Eco Cruise
446
Eco gauge in the driver display
446
ECO climate control
447
447
Selecting Ecodrive mode in the centre display function view
447
448
448
With 12-inch driver display
449
With 8-inch driver display
449
450
The engine does not auto-stop
450
The engine does not auto-start
450
Involuntary stop with manual gearbox
451
The engine auto-starts without the brake pedal having been released
451
Shock absorption(Four-C)
452
During transport
452
Symbols and messages in driver display
452
Disable Leveling Control
454
Warning lamp
455
457
Slippery driving conditions
457
Refuelling the car at a petrol station
458
Topping up fuel from a fuel can
459
Applies to cars with fuel-driven heater
459
Refuelling with vehicle gas
459
Identifier for vehicle gas
460
Filling stations for vehicle gas
460
460
Identifier for petrol
461
Octane rating
461
462
When driving short distances at low speeds in a petrol car
462
Identifier
462
463
Points to remember when filling with a fuel can
464
When driving short distances at low speeds in a diesel car
464
AdBlue
465
Conditions for driving with AdBlue
465
Action in the event of a spill
465
Storage
466
Checking AdBluelevel
466
Filling
467
468
470
471
Symbols in the driver display
471
472
472
473
474
475
Extending the towbar
475
Retracting the towbar
476
477
Trailer connector
477
Trailer weights
477
Steep inclines
478
Parking on a hill
478
Starting on a hill
478
Reasons for snaking
478
Trailer stability assist function
478
479
Direction indicators and brake lights on the trailer
479
Automatic checking
480
Switching off automatic checking
480
Manual checking
480
480
Recommendations for loading bicycles on the bicycle rack
481
481
Preparations and towing
481
Jump starting
482
482
Fitting the towing eye
483
General
485
Reprogramming individual buttons
487
Resetting the HomeLink®buttons
487
Type approval for EU
488
488
Activating and deactivating the compass
489
489
Optimum sound reproduction
492
Audio settings as required
492
Sound experience
493
Active noise reduction
493
Changing radio band
497
Changing lists within the frequency band
497
Changing stations within the selected list
498
Manual tuning
498
Radio Favourites
499
Adding and removing radio favourites
499
AM/FM Radio
500
DAB(digital radio)
500
501
DAB subchannel
502
DAB to DAB and DAB to FMlinking
502
CD
503
USB memory
503
Mp3 player and iPod®
503
Bluetooth connected device
504
Media with Internet connection
504
Video
504
Apple CarPlay
504
Android Auto
504
505
506
Updating Gracenote
506
507
509
509
509
Pict. format
511
511
CarPlay to iPod
513
iPod to CarPlay
513
Automatic start
513
System volumes
513
Automatic start
516
System volumes
516
517
Overview
517
Option 1 - search phone from car
518
Option 2 - search car from phone
519
Compatible phones
519
Making multi-party calls
522
Incoming phone call during an active call
522
Private call
523
Reading text messages in the centre display
523
Reading a new text message in the driver display
523
Dictating a reply in the driver display
523
Message notification
524
525
Call notifications in head up display
525
526
529
531
Phone to car
531
Phone to network operator
531
Restarting the phone
531
531
Remove all networks
531
532
Subtitles
533
DivX®
533
Technical specification for USB A connector
534
Bowers & Wilkins
535
Gracenote®End User License Agreement
536
Sensus software
536
Linux software
537
camellia:1.2.0
538
Unicode: 5.1.0
538
Declaration of Conformity
539
Recommended tyres
546
New tyres
546
Tyre age
546
Tyre economy
546
Tyre rotation
546
Storing wheels and tyres
547
547
Designation of dimensions
547
Load index
547
Speed rating
548
549
549
550
Cold tyres
550
General information on the tyre monitoring system
552
Messages on the instrument panel
552
To bear in mind
552
553
Status indication
555
When changing to another tyre dimension
557
Models with self-levelling
558
558
Locking wheel bolts
558
Storing the punctured tyre
563
563
Tips for changing to winter tyres
563
Studded tyres
563
Tread depth
564
Applies to Bi-Fuelcars
565
Sealing fluid bottle
565
Overview
566
Connecting
566
569
Front seat
572
Rear seat
572
572
12 V electrical socket
574
High voltage socket
574
Status indication, high-voltage socket
574
Using 12 V sockets
576
Using high-voltage sockets
576
Increasing the space in the cargo area
580
581
Under the floor hatch
581
581
582
Fitting cargo cover
582
Removing cargo cover
582
Retracting
584
Installation
585
Rear fitting
586
Front fitting
586
Removing the safety net
586
Storage spaces
587
Folding up the warning triangle
587
590
Manual connection to the workshop
590
591
Searching for update
591
Update all system software
591
Update individual system software programs
591
Cancelling software download
592
Deactivating the background search for software update
592
592
Before the service can be used
593
Book a service
593
Accept the appointment suggestion
593
Car information content
594
595
Open the bonnet
597
Warning - bonnet not closed
597
Close the bonnet
597
598
Cars with R134a refrigerant
598
Cars with R1234yf refrigerant
598
599
600
See oil level in the centre display
601
602
604
Lamps, front (car with halogen headlamps)
606
Lamps, rear
606
606
607
608
609
609
611
612
Charging points
612
Location
613
Specifications
614
615
Specifications
616
616
Location of central electrical units
617
619
Positions
620
622
Positions
623
626
Positions
627
629
629
630
Fabric upholstery and ceiling upholstery
631
Seatbelts
631
Inlay mats and floor mat
631
Cleaning the leather upholstery
632
Protecting the leather upholstery
632
Leather steering wheel
633
Interior plastic, metal and wood parts
633
634
Handwashing
635
Automatic car wash
636
High-pressure washing
637
Wiper blades
637
Exterior plastic, rubber and trim components
638
Rims
639
639
Inspection and maintenance
639
640
Materials that may be needed
641
641
Colour code
642
Replacing the wiper blade, rear window
642
Replacing a windscreen wiper blade
643
644
645
Label location
648
651
653
Max. weight braked trailer
654
Max. weight unbraked trailer
655
659
660
Manual gearbox
660
660
Vehicle gas tank (CNG) - applies to Bi-Fuel
661
661
Decal for R134a
661
Decal for R1234yf
662
Cars with R134a refrigerant
662
Cars with R1234yf refrigerant
662
Compressor oil
662
Evaporator
662
CNG specifications
665
666
668
670
Related information
670

FAQ about the 2018 Volvo V90 Manual

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The Volvo V90 owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Volvo to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Volvo V90. 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 2018 owner's manual:

  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Fuel Information, with recommended fuel type and fuel tank capacity
  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings
  • A brief overview of the vehicle and specifications
  • Best practice for driving your Volvo V90

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