Volvo Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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If all of these lights warnings are displaying at once along with a no start then I would first suspect a communication issue. All modules communication over a wired network. If the instrument cluster isn't able to communicate with a module then it's respective warning/light will come on. If you're seeing multiple warnings at one time then you either have a loss of power or ground to many modules or you have a communication issue. Assuming the battery is ok then I suspect lack of communication. A loss of communication could be an internal failure in a module or short to power or ground on the bus circuits. The first thing tat would need to be done is use a scan tool to see if modules communicate or not, and then electrical testing would need to be done from there to determine what is causing the lack of communication.
Have you tried a jump start?
Low battery voltage can cause all of those warning messages. If the car starts with a jump, have the battery replaced. Make sure the negative cable is not corroded and replace it as well if it is.