Then have someone turn on the radio to raise the antenna and while you hear the motor going, pull up on the extending mast to remove both the mast and nylon cog line. This is a real mess of wires and connectors, but your labels help. Now for the tricky bit, look at the lcd display, it has a box round it, this has 4 tabs holding it to the pcb, carefuly prise the tabs up and then remove the box, and you will see the 2 bulbs! Automotive wiring in a 1994 Volvo 960 vehicles are becoming increasing more difficult to identify due to the installation of more advanced factory oem electronics. The problem would then be in the circuit two wires from the remote switch over to the passenger door switch or in the passenger door switch itself. Wait too long and other wires will be damaged from the heat of the short. A lot of the problems brought up in both Brickboard and Swedishbricks forums relate to faulty ground connections.
I think I will keep a bad bulb or two in the future for such testing. I would think that a conductive paste such as Eastwood's Kopr-Shield would be better. Parts® volvo 940 front suspension oem parts 1991 volvo 940 gle l4 23 liter gas front suspension. Speakers are held by a slot at the top and 2 trim fasteners at the bottom. The switch pivot has a bit of oil or grease on it and some of it gets on the ball bearing contacts, causing dirt to get stuck and faulty contact points.
Your harness will have two clips, one of which will go into this clip behind the radio, the other of which will connect to the clip that is in the amp. The wire umbilical attached to it is long enough to allow the panel to be pulled out quite far. I just put it into the dash with the aftermarket install faceplate and left it sitting in there. If not, then pull the relay anyway and inspect socket for evidence of shorting. To solve this, solder the connector to the wire and re-insulate with liquid electrical tape. Locate the wiring harness for the stock radio. Here is the method for those of you that are good with a soldering iron and can do very fine work.
Yes, the wires are long enough. This causes overheating and melting of the spade connectors and plastic socket. Burnt fuse and relay panels and overheated connections are common in used 740 and 940 cars. Do not interchange the two, as dielectric grease is an insulator, while oxidation inhibitor is a conductor. But don't take it from me - go to a Volvo mechanic.
Push them in with a screwdriver and they will pop out, then pull them out a little farther and this releases the radio to slide out. You may need to push at the carpeted trim that is behind the cluster to remove the plate. Check 5 times before you cut!!! You should be able - from the trunk or load space, to pull the wires past the seats. The official Volvo site can be found. Turn… Buy a new plastic hinge Volvo part number 31265160. Before you go ripping the carpet and interior trim out of the vehicle looking for the broken wire, grab your calculator.
Fortunately, much of the newer service literature does include ground location information. When making a splice using a crimp connector, the splice has to be sealed to prevent moisture from corroding the connection. Owners of all vehicles manufactured with Bosch electrical systems during the period should inspect the engine wiring harness. This product was found at a local electronics supplier it was near the check-out counter and it occurred to me this would be a good product to try before replacing. The bracket that holds the antenna motor can fall through the holes in the sheet metal, if you are not careful.
The timer must be reset manually. Note as well that the top of the radio has two flat springs that act to dampen vibrations. One radio totally locked up and had to be replaced. The relay then sends power to all the lock motors all doors except driver's door. I have down loaded Mouser and ordered Digikey but not located a close replacement.
Please leave a comment for us, hopefully we are able to give further useful information and facts for next posts. I replaced with 12 volt bulbs required some soldering and they work but are too dim. Of course to do this you will need an intake gasket. Some good YouTube videos exist to help you learn how to solder: see especially. Once you remove the screw T-20, I believe you can gently pry loose the bottom of the B-pillar cover. Oxidized Electrical Connectors and Malfunctioning Wiring: Diagnosis and Repair. You can pry the cover off and attempt to or get a used one.
When I try to put a fuse where the amp circuit is - fuse 32 I believe - it fries instantly. I tried to get one at Best Buy and Circuit City they told me that all their Volvo stuff was special order only. I hope this was some help,and just to say I dont sell or make any money from these people who sell xado I just know that it works,all the best. If you can't see the bad joint just simply resolder all of them at the top. The relay may or may not be. For my '93 945T, the harness was a Metra model 70-1120.
Once the relay base is clear of wires, unclip and push it out. However, over time vibration can wear through the stuff. Trace the wires from the engine and you will find another clamp on the fender well that needs to be removed, 8 or 9 mm I think. At its worst this kind of scenario can destroy a motor because the low voltage condition causes a high current draw which over heats the motor. It goes without saying that if you are going to touch this, you need to disconnect the battery negative and wait some time for any charge to dissipate from the crash sensor. I average around 20 mpg for mostly in city driving with a small amount of highway.