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cannatape
post Jul 2 2007, 09:22 PM
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This procedure worked for the 2006 S60, USA (New York). Thanks!
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post Jul 17 2007, 05:26 PM
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Well yes, it is good to have an operating airbag. Except the airbag sevice light seems to come on after unplugging the heater/Fan/air con module which is generally done for things like installing a better stereo. I assume that if you reset the airbag, if there is a problem the warning should come on again. Although which I think you need to go to a dealer for an airbag reset. (XC70 anyhow I believe)
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post Sep 3 2007, 05:20 PM
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Well that's better. Timing is everything on the S60 04. My 01 S40 wasn't as hard. Took a couple of tries but thank's to all for the info.

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post Sep 18 2007, 11:55 AM
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QUOTE(Tech @ Nov 6 2004, 12:15 AM)
Turn the ignition to position 1 push and hold trip reset while holding.Turn to position 2 hold trip reset till the service light flashes 3 times and then release.You should hear a beep to let you know it is reset.It might take you 2 times sometimes.If you have the message in the text window the little triangle in the center of the speedo assy. will flash.Also another trick to help you is when the milage returns the light should be reset.
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Followed these instructions and had success on the first try! Thanks!
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post Dec 14 2007, 07:31 PM
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QUOTE(ivanmarcello @ Mar 3 2005, 08:41 PM)
Resetting the service reminder indicator (SRI), model years 2002-
The service reminder indicator (SRI) informs the driver that it is time for the car to be serviced. The text message is displayed for 120 s each time the ignition is switched on.
Proceed as follows to reset the service reminder indicator (SRI):
-Ignition position I
-Press and hold in the reset button for the trip odometer
-Ignition position II.
Note! Turn the key to position II within 2 seconds.
-Hold the reset button for the trip meter pressed in until the original value has been reset.
Note! For all vehicles from the 2003 model year a general yellow lamp will light when the reset button must be released.
-Release the reset button for the trip odometer within 4 seconds. The instrument gives an audible signal when resetting has succeeded
-If the trip meter is already reset the reset button should be held in for a minimum of 10 seconds and a maximum of 14 seconds.
Note! If the reset button for the trip odometer is not released within 4 seconds, the service reminder indicator (SRI) is not reset.
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Perfect! Worked right away on my 04 S60.

Thanks
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post Jun 29 2008, 04:58 PM
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THANX guys, it also worked for my S60 D5 2003.
Thanx again.

And all best.
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post Jun 30 2008, 09:45 AM
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My s60 is 2005 and in position 1 no lights come on until position 2, does anyone know how to turn it off in that situation. The codes that were read were p0101 and p2188. a service station turned lights off on friday and sunday they were back on. charged me $70 for nothing and would like to avoid that charge in future if possible. The checked car said all was okay. we just bought car 2 weeks ago and trying to make sure nothing really wrong it has 50,000 miles. any help appreciated.
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post Dec 4 2008, 12:23 PM
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Wonderful, it really works, it reset the service message. Now I have a "bulb failure position light" message and I already checked all the bulbs and changed the failure one, but the message still on. Does some body know how to rest it?
Thank you in advance
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post Dec 4 2008, 12:32 PM
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Wonderful, it really works, it reset the service message. Now I have a "bulb failure position light" message and I already checked all the bulbs and changed the failure one, but the message still on. Does some body know how to rest it?
Thank you in advance
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post Jun 1 2009, 11:15 AM
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QUOTE (ivanmarcello @ Mar 3 2005, 09:41 PM)
Here it is for all you guys who are proud Volvo owners s60 years 01-03 maybe newer cars too.

Resetting the Service reminder indicator (SRI), model years -2001
The service reminder indicator (SRI) informs the driver that it is time for the car to be serviced. The lamp remains lit for 120 seconds when the ignition is switched on.
Note! If the lamp flashes, it may be because one of the service parameters has not been programmed.
Proceed as follows to reset the service reminder indicator (SRI):
-Ignition position I
-Press and hold in the reset button for the trip odometer
-Ignition position II
-The service reminder indicator (SRI) starts flashing when the reset button for the trip odometer has been pressed for 10 seconds
-Release the reset button for the trip odometer within 5 seconds. The instrument gives an audible signal when resetting has succeeded.
Note! If the trip meter reset button is not released within 5 seconds the indicator is not reset. However the indicator will stop flashing.


Resetting the service reminder indicator (SRI), model years 2002-
The service reminder indicator (SRI) informs the driver that it is time for the car to be serviced. The text message is displayed for 120 s each time the ignition is switched on.
Proceed as follows to reset the service reminder indicator (SRI):
-Ignition position I
-Press and hold in the reset button for the trip odometer
-Ignition position II.
Note! Turn the key to position II within 2 seconds.
-Hold the reset button for the trip meter pressed in until the original value has been reset.
Note! For all vehicles from the 2003 model year a general yellow lamp will light when the reset button must be released.
-Release the reset button for the trip odometer within 4 seconds. The instrument gives an audible signal when resetting has succeeded
-If the trip meter is already reset the reset button should be held in for a minimum of 10 seconds and a maximum of 14 seconds.
Note! If the reset button for the trip odometer is not released within 4 seconds, the service reminder indicator (SRI) is not reset.

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post Jun 1 2009, 11:22 AM
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Tech & Ivanmarcello; You guys are the men!!!

Ivanmarcello, I tried your directions on my 2003 S60 AWD (USA Model) at 56,103 miles and it worked the first time. I am so happy I could just s--t.

Thanks guys. Keep up the good work.

Atu
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post Jun 3 2009, 01:36 PM
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Hi,

On my 04 Canadian model, the reset seem to be want to be working, as I am hearing the beep, the message disappears but then I get a 045 code and the SRI message reappears right away.

Any thoughts?
Thanks

P.S. Last year I was able to reset the code once I just don't remember how.
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post Jun 3 2009, 05:53 PM
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Well after twinkling a lot with the reset this is what finally clear the code without getting the infamous "045".

1. Opened driver door and kept it open
2. Turned key on pos II
3. Pressed odometer button and held it down. (It had "00" on both T1 and T2 when I started)
4. Turned key on pos III within 2 seconds of pressing the odometer button
5. Waited until center warning triangle started flashing (about 4-5 sec)
6. After that I let go of the odometer button
7. Turned off ignition fully
8. Turned on ignition and checked that code has reset

Note,
You may have to try couple f times until you get it. The last two time I did it, I had to do it twice each time.

So I am wondering about all these variation of clearing the code. Why the many differences in steps for S60? Are these steps changed form year to year? Is this something documented by Volvo or simply discovered by us users with trial and error. My logic would dictate that within a model the steps should be identical for all years and the process described by [ivanmarcello] for instance should work for all of us. However that's not the case. What gives? Are those steps incorrect? Are my steps incorect? Then why did it clear? During these resets are we using too many steps or not enough (like keeping door open or starting from pos II and not I)? What seems to be the common denominator in all these methods?
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post Aug 17 2009, 05:12 PM
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for my 2006 s40 here is what i did


set to position 1, press and hold the trip button, turn to position 2 and wait until the "I" starts blinking then release the trip button


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post Oct 3 2009, 03:01 PM
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QUOTE (Phlex @ Jun 3 2009, 06:53 PM)
Well after twinkling a lot with the reset this is what finally clear the code without getting the infamous "045".

1. Opened driver door and kept it open
2. Turned key on pos II
3. Pressed odometer button and held it down. (It had "00" on both T1 and T2 when I started)
4. Turned key on pos III within 2 seconds of pressing the odometer button
5. Waited until center warning triangle started flashing (about 4-5 sec)

So I am wondering about all these variation of clearing the code. Why the many differences in steps for S60? Are these steps changed form year to year? Is this something documented by Volvo or simply discovered by us users with trial and error. My logic would dictate that within a model the steps should be identical for all years and the process described by [ivanmarcello] for instance should work for all of us. However that's not the case. What gives? Are those steps incorrect? Are my steps incorect? Then why did it clear? During these resets are we using too many steps or not enough (like keeping door open or starting from pos II and not I)? What seems to be the common denominator in all these methods?



Phlex, What was step six after the "warning triangle started flashing"? Did you release the odometer reset or did you turn the key to position I or II or all the way off? BTW I have a 2008 Volvo S60 2.5T and I've tried all the other suggestions without success. I keep getting "045" displayed and then the "Time For Regular Maintenance" right after. I wanted to try yours but didn't know what to do after step 5. Thanks
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post Nov 21 2009, 04:54 PM
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castlerock10,

I updated my steps above. I hope this will work for you too.
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post Mar 8 2011, 03:26 PM
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Using the procedure from Phlex...

After trying several suggestions I tried this and it worked!

1. Opened driver door and kept it open.
2. Turned key on position II.
3. Pressed odometer button and held it down. (It had some mileage on both T1 and T2 when I started don't know if this makes a difference.)
4. Turned key on position III within 2 seconds of pressing the odometer button.
5. Waited until center warning triangle started flashing (about 4-5 sec).
6. After that I let go of the odometer button.
7. Turned off ignition fully.
8. Turned on ignition and checked that code has reset.

I think the trick is to WAIT until the warning triangle begins flashing. I did the second time I tried this and it reset. 2008 Volvo S60 2.5T
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QUOTE (mosst5 @ Oct 18 2004, 01:12 PM)
I called my dealership and spoke to a service consultant regarding the same issue. I was told to turn the ignition switch to position 1 and hold the trip odometer untill the service light blinked. At that point I was told to turn the ignition switch off.

Results: I reset the trip odometer (light remains).

I'm with you hear. If anyone could shed some light on this I would appreciate it.


It worked on my s60 2004 mod.
Great post.
Thx.
bror
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post Jun 28 2011, 08:54 AM
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I tried to reset the service light-did not get it to work and now th eradio randomly changes stations. I was going to try the reset again, but any ideas on what happened with radio with this trick?
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