Volvo Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
My name is ***** ***** I am a Volvo dealership technician. This is most commonly caused by a failed cluster. It is a very common problem on that model. The fuse for it is number 24 on the side of the driver's side of the dash. However, this fuse is also for the climate control, so if that is working, the fuse is fine. You would need to pull the cluster to check power on the violet and white wire (pin 1) and ground on the brown wire (pin 14). If power and ground are present, you need a new cluster. A new one runs about $1500. But you can send yours out to be repaired for much less. Check out xemodex.com for information on that.
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