What might cause both power seats to stop working on a C70 Volvo?
There is a spring in the corner of the back of the seat that can break off. Check that! It needs to be connected correctly.
What should be checked my 88 Volvo 240 has problems with power windows flood lights and light out sesor all aren't working the fuses under dash have been checked window motor works flood light new?
Not too sure if this will help. I have a Volvo 1995 S90 with a similar problem - power windows, indicators and dash lights all were not working. I found that it had to do with the ignition. When i turn on the car and discover that these aspects are not functioning properly i twitch the key a millermeter towards me and they all fire up. - Could be a different problem, but thought you…
Power window not working This affected the power mirrors or locks too of both doors. No loose wiring or bad fuses found. Sometimes it comes back to life. What could be the problem?
What would cause no brake pedal after power booster and master cylinder have been replaced on 1991 940 Volvo turbo. Vacuum line is not working properly?
What would cause the blower and AC to stop working while the battery charge light illuminates in the dashboard simulataneously?
Most commonly, very little will occur. Many power supplies do not have fans. They are provided so as to assist with the airflow through the machine and that has the added effect of helping to dissipate heat from the power supply, thus leading to longer service life of said power supply but it is not a necessary component of the supply. Having said that, however, if the fan does fail, it could mean that other…
What would cause daytime running lights and check engine light and power windows and instrument gauges and lights to quit working as working?
What would be the cause of the aux power outlet on a 1996 Subary Legacy to quit working after 1or 2 minutes and remains so until it is unused for a while?
I assume that you have a ford topaz/tempo. Blower fan not working. First check to see if there is power to the blower. Its behind the glove box. Just unplug the power input, and check for power, sometimes even with power, the blower just might have a bad ground,or be finished, be prepared to remove it, not a big job. Also check the switch at the on/off control.