If anyone has this, I would really appreciate any information on it. In the meantime, when you leave the car, pull fuse 19 15A in the engine compartment. Once the relay closes contacts it delivers the power from fuse 21 in the engine compartment. And as you can see from the diagram on the other side of the fuse the power comes from the +30 battery cable. That is why I say just check it with a test light.
I'm sure you could do it yourself, maybe just need a little guidance. They are located either in the fuse box or in another box specifically for the relay. It is in Page 2 Page 10 in a viewer as the very last thing in the book. The two posts coming out of the top of the microswitch have No wires attached to them. Came out to find my headlights on one morning after I had arrived at work. If you had a short the fuse should have popped already.
My 1995 Volvo 960 clicks under the shifter every time I press the brake pedal. Attaching a wiring diagram as well. If that was an issue then you would have all the fuses going 0-8 volts like you mentioned earlier. The headlight switch was not pulled out - the headlights just came on by themselves. Finally, it killed my battery to the point it'll barely take a charge now. Or you can do a search on google for headlight relay location.
I was changing mine because I fell victim of the terrible plastic headlight adjusters giving up in my P1 lights. Again many thanks Downloading 2003 s60 wiring diagram thanks!! Headlight out I have one headlight out on my 2000 Volvo S40. The good thing is that on this model it is a plug and play unit. Also, try wiggling the fuse or better yet relace it. I believe there are at least two different types 4 pin and 5 pin , this will deal with the more awkward 4 pin version.
Both my main beam lights are out. Note that if you are forceful you will probably break the plastic, a flatblade screwdriver and gentle care or even a fingernail will suffice Step 7 Remove the cover and you will have access to the switch contacts Step 8 Clean up the two contacts on the switch itself Step 9 Wipe off any signs of scoring where the contacts travel on the metal work. Check for power at bulb connector. Problem solved in under two hours. Seems to blow when I accel from 0 to 20mph some short in some tranny switch? I am betting on the fuse because the headlight relay should control both lights, whereas each light has its own fuse. Good luck and keep me posted. My O2 sensors both replaced still throw a check engine and now my Park assist sensors no linger work and are throwing an I on my info panel.
That been said, you should also check the wire from the light bulb connector to the central electronic module connector for an open. This just slides out normally Step 4 For the two multiplugs, simply lift the tab and pull the connector away Step 5 Depress the 4 grey tabs and slide the switch mechanism out of the surround Step 6 There are now 6 tabs that lock the unit together, very gently ease each one back and allow the inner piece to pop up a very small amount. They never gave it any thought as to how anyone could replace the relay? If you check the fuse with a test light and it is good but you have no power at the connector. The P1 headlights are quite notorious for being sub-optimal, the P2 offer an upgrade without too much fuss. And once they fail you need to replace the central electronic module.
Hopefully the picture gallery below will be useful for you. Relay is inside the Central electronic module and soldered to the pcb. Hi Matt, many thanks for your website. It is better to check the fuse using a test light. Where is the Headlight relay.
Check the wire for an open and if that is good the control module has failed. Jul 11, 2011 Normally pretty simple and easy. Relay is inside the Central electronic module and soldered to the pcb. You should always have battery voltage at the fuse. Since that first morning, it has been sporadically happening a few more times. Then Strip the ends of the wires picture 2. I have a Haines repair manual but it has the wrong Wiring diagram I have a 4 light system.
I think there is a short in the wiring running from the front to rear can I get the wiring diagram for my car so I can have my Volvo mechanics fix the correct part? If power and ground are good then the bulb needs to be replaced. Get some small red ferrule spade clips picture 3 and drimp them onto the wires picture 4 Step 17 Once you have the small crimps on for the headlight end, fit some larger blue spade clips to go onto the wiring loom and you will end up with this You will need 3 wires for each headlight, 6 in total Step 18 Pop out to the car and grab the two connectors you removed headlight and side light , cut each of the wires of the connectors in turn and crimp with some spade clips of the opposite gender to those in Step 17 Step 19 On your new headlights, locate the sidelight. It's not consistently doing it though Other times, after verifying the headlights are off when the car is turned off, I'll return to the car a couple hours later to find the headlights came on by themselves again. Once you have released all 6, the unit will separate easily. Talk privately to a Volvo mechanic.