Tag: Anti-Skid Temporarily Disabled

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Anti-Skid Fix – Volvo XC90

MVS Volvo Forums member (now Contributor) ALF1 drops the knowhow for a fix that’ll save you about $300, or much more if you’re going to purchase a new yaw sensor.

Folks – The Active Yaw Control Sensor (found under the passenger seat and carpet) is a very expensive repair whether you purchase a new unit or send yours off to be re-manufactured by Xemodex or BBA Reman or try to get a used one.


You Just Bought an XC90. Now What?

This is one of the most broad Stage 0s I’ve seen of the XC90 model. MVS Forum user XVTer spent a good deal of time and money baselining his new 2004 XC90 T6. Really interesting read.