probably a bad starter have it checked.
This somewhat reminds me of my situation. I have a 960 and often when i start the vehicle the interiors to go on but the gears won't move, the seatbelt light doesn't flash, etc. If i tilt the key in the ignition back, ever so slightly, it will catch and the car's ready to drive.
Alternatively, I would say it's a bad starter as I've experienced one of those in a 2001 Taurus and after too many of times of it 'just catching' it completely failed.
1998 VOLVO S70 Headlamp Switch
Where. Is the fuel shutoff switch on a 2000 s40 Volvo
where is the pnp swich on my v70 volvo
no fuel cut off on Volvo s60
There is none.
Where is the starter inhibitor swith on a volvo 1993 260 GLE i ?
The fuel pump reset switch in a 1994 Volvo 940 is located under the hood. The relay will be in the fuse box.
no fuel cut off switch on s60's
replace ign sw on 1991 volvo 240
in the locking mechanism
Go to brickboard.com there are a ton of Volvo junkies on there that can tell you how from experience.
your headlamp switch on the dashboard has a small screw on it. its a 3 position switch. turn it to switch daytime running lights off.
Built in in the hazard light switch.
The 1991 Volvo brake light relay switch is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The brake light relay switch will be above the brake pedal.
The easiest way to change the switch is by removing the instrument cluster to access the switch. Then you just unplug the switch and remove the 2 screws holding it in place.
You do not need any special tools to change out the auxiliary fan switch on a 1989 Volvo 780. The wrenches you normally use are sufficient.
The cooling fan relay switch can be located on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
Flasher relay is built into the flasher switch..
It's on the Steering wheel. With a hazard symbol on it.
the relay is located within the hazzard flasher switch. If faulty replace flasher switch and it will sort out the problem
not a switch but it does have one if you over boost at about 12-14 psi.
It should be behind the glove box, if applicable.