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My mechanic tells me I have a problem with central

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My mechanic tells me I have a problem with central electronic module in my S60. Says Volvo dealer needs to do job of assessing, programming, etc. What do I need to know before going ahead with Volvo dealer? Can I use place that specializes in Volvo repair or do I have to go to dealer, probably more expensive?
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Volvo
Expert:  internal88 replied 4 months ago.

Hello, I'm Brandon

It is best if you go to a Volvo specializes shop for the CEM job. Volvo have their own programmed software that can program it. It is less hassle.

The dealer will be little more expensive.

Expert:  internal88 replied 4 months ago.

The labor is not much here. The CEM is on the driver's side. All the tech needs to do is to program it. The new unit cost about $600.

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