Speed Sensor A: Error Code P0500Is it the ABS module or the wheel sensor? Hopefully this will clear things up a bit for you.Speed sensor A – (error code P0500) Help!!! Related PostsDealing with Speed Sensor Connectors When changing out the transmission or vehicle speed sensor, you...Heater fan at high speed even when off A very detailed, with pictures, cheap repair to the infamous...Make your own Code Reader! Thanks Py for posting this information. If you don't have...Bosch MAF Sensor Technical Paper This downloadable PDF document is Bosch's technical publication on the...Volvo Diagnostic Code Lookup You can now get the definitions of Global OBD II...Volvo Oxygen Sensor Part # I found a generic 4 wire sensor from Bosch at...maf sensor maf sensor...ID The Mass Air flow Sensor (photo) I think I'm going to end up replacing this, but...Volvo MAF Sensor Problem Solved bloody awesome .save lots of bucks and this really does...Gear Position Sensor Repair, 1995 Volvo 850 I checked prices on a gear position sensor and found...Volvo Cooling Fan Runs Continuously Check Engine Light on - fault codes P0116/P0118 (Volvo code...Do It Yourself ABS Module Repair Our own Ozark Lee has written up, with pictures the...Forum views 18834Forum replies 12 Share This Tweet Author Matt Date November 21, 2008 CategoriesDrivetrainVolvo Electrical & Battery Tags 850, P0500, Speed Sensor 2 responses to “Speed Sensor A: Error Code P0500” Bob Craven says: December 10, 2009 at 3:09 pmI am having trouble with the speed sensor, code 0500. My speedometer will sometimes quit and the fault will light the check engine light as well as the trany fault light. I can clear it and it will return after a while. The speedometer usually restarts after driving a short time. Appears to be a random fault that sets stops the speedometer when in failed mode then corrects itself restarting the speedometer. I replaced the rear speed sensor in the differential with a good used one, but it did not improve the problem. Any ideas?Reply daren jensen says: December 28, 2012 at 10:56 pmI had the same problem with my 1998 S70 GLT. Dont be fooled by the indication of the Speed sensor. It is more likely the ABS module. I replaced mine and it fixed the problem. I orderd a module from http://www.midwest-abs.com. instead of a $800 fix at the dealer, they sent me one for $89. Comes with instructions and all you need. The ABS module controls more than the brakes.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Notify me by email when the comment gets approved. Subscribe to the MVS Newsletter! Email Address All MVS email complies with the CAN-SPAM Act. You can unsubscribe here from the MVS Newsletter at any time.