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P2 Cars: Blower Motor Replacement (How To) Topic is solved

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Re: P2 Cars: Blower Motor Replacement (How To)

Post by cn90 » Sun May 12, 2019 9:29 pm

- Just did blower motor lubrication (see link above).

- For 2004 V70: there are 5 screws (not 4). In contrast to 2005 XC90, the V70 5 screws are all accessible, just use T25 socket with swivel adapter and long extension.

- I was lazy and did not want to remove the ground cable in the trunk (to much work to remove plastic cover over battery (I know).
removed Fuse 32 (driver side fuse box) to turn courtesy lights off to avoid battery drain.

After it is all done, I got a dash SRS light, no worry, VIDA reset the light. But I think I re-inserted the Fuse 32 with the key in position II, thus the light. I think if you insert the Fuse 32 with key out of ignition, then you are OK, just a guess.
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Re: P2 Cars: Blower Motor Replacement (How To)

Post by Aren » Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:35 pm

Can't see the pictures, just exclamation points inside triangles??

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Re: P2 Cars: Blower Motor Replacement (How To)

Post by matthew1 » Wed Jan 22, 2020 9:25 pm

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