Re: 1995 Volvo 850 and the SRS light does not light up upon turning the ignition on
"Jerry Phillips" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I just bought a 1995 Volvo 850 and the SRS light does not light up upon
>turning the ignition on. I had the local Volvo dealership do quite a bit of
>diagnostics. They determined the some one had spilled a drink on the
>center console and it some how destroyed the airbag control
>sensor under the hand brake. I replaced the air bag sensor and still no
>The Volvo dealership also mentioned that when the airbag module was shorted
>it may also have damaged some type of "circuit board?" behind the
>They quoted me a price of $500+ dollars for a "Wiring Plate" Part
>Does anyone know anything about this part and where to get one?
>Thanks in advance.
The instrument panel board contains what Volvo calls a "safery
circuit" whose block in the diagram has connections to GND, 12V, SRS
module, and the lamp, so I suppose it may be bad.
The SRS service manual has 5 pages devoted to troubleshooting a
non-lig SRS light. Still, in this case, since the SRS module has been
replaced, the only things left are:
3. Instrument panel.
Changing the instriment panel board is not an easy task.. To do it
right, the glove compartment and dash top must be removed.
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