by KeenanMD » 23 Apr 2011, 14:31
by VolvoTurbo850 » 23 Apr 2011, 16:52
by JRL » 23 Apr 2011, 18:19
by KeenanMD » 08 Jun 2011, 00:14
by turbozutek » 12 Jun 2011, 16:44
by homerh » 31 Jul 2011, 22:44
turbozutek wrote:If the locks don't look likely (or even do this before checking the locks as it's the work of just a few minutes):
Wait till it's hot and problem is apparent. Remove central locking controller module from CEM; throw it in fridge.
20 mins later, sling it back into the car and try locking it. It if helps, suspect dry joints on the unit PCB or burnt contacts on the relay. One of the failure modes of a dry joint is current limitation - which sounds like your 'low power' door locks.
I had a similar problem on a Volvo 480 Turbo a few years ago (of course it only showed up after I'd installed a remote alarm, causing me to spend hours double checking work!).
by Ozark Lee » 01 Aug 2011, 20:48
by jblackburn » 04 Aug 2011, 02:12
by homerh » 08 Aug 2011, 01:49
by BEJinFbk » 08 Aug 2011, 05:51
homerh wrote:I looked under the driver side dash, but can't seem to locate the Central Locking Contol Module. Could describe the exact location and perhaps include a photo so I know exactly what it looks like?
by homerh » 08 Aug 2011, 13:45
BEJinFbk wrote:homerh wrote:I looked under the driver side dash, but can't seem to locate the Central Locking Contol Module. Could describe the exact location and perhaps include a photo so I know exactly what it looks like?
I still think you're in for new latch mechanisms, but
here are a few pages that may help you get this fixed.
I had to split it into 2 PDF's, but it's all here.99 S70 Power Locks - diagram A.pdf99 S70 Power Locks - diagram B and Component Locations.pdf
You're looking for module 2/76.