2002 Volvo S60 Q&A
2002 Volvo S60 Question: Electronic Issues
1. I there a way to turn off the headlights for daytime driving. The bulbs burn out too often. 2. The instrument panel goes black with no instruments working. I was quoted $1,300.00 to replace it. Is there a cheeper way to remedy the problem? What do the following fuse titles refer to: BCM, RTI Display, Central Electronic Module, SRS and ECM? Thank you. - Tessie
Hello, 1. You need to take the car to a Volvo Dealership, or an independent shop that has the computer that can re-program the headlight settings. 2. Without diagnosing the problem, I can't say. Did they say what they are replacing and why? 3. BCM - Body Control Module = Controls the ABS and traction control systems. RTI - Road/Traffic Information= GPS system CEM - Central Electronic Module = Your vehicle has a network of on-board computers, and the CEM is the main computer for that network. SRS - Supplemental Restraint System = This controls all the airbags and seat belts ECM - Engine Control Module = Controls the operation of the engine - Bret Bodas
Yes you can have them change the headlight settings by making a software adjustment. I bought a 2002 S 60 in 2005 and they charged me $250 to do this. I would think that this can be negotiated or taken elsewhere and done. As far as the dashboard module my price to fix this in 2011 was $1200. There is no way around that that I can see. When I had the module replaced the car had about 185k miles on it. - dbrock
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