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(SOLVED) Why Is My Volvo Not Starting?

To clean the battery on your Volvo S60, you have to remove the pole cables first, which requires no special knowledge, just a little concentration, as the order is very important 🔥 First remove the black cable from the negative pole 😊 If the pole clamp is very tight, you can open it with pliers 😉 Although we don’t recommend you using metal tools, you should use them if you need to. You can then unplug your red. Positive pole cable. You can begin cleaning the battery after it has been taken from the circuit. Connect the terminals after cleaning. [1]
The Alternator Does Not Charge: What Can I’m Do to Return Home? I need to recharge my battery light just came on and I am far from home. It is okay to wear a belt. How do you get out of this mess? There is no reason for you to get stuck because of this issue. This is how you can bring it home: Connect a hot wire to the positive battery and then connect it to the reverse terminal of your alternator …. The one with the red wire. The wire supplies the alternator with an excitation voltage. The alternator can be charged if the engine is started, and the voltage applied to the excitation terminal is 12 volts. It doesn’t take much to attach the wire. The alternator will start charging by simply touching the terminal with the jumper wire. This is true as long as your engine is still running. It is important to unplug it if you have connected it. Otherwise it can drain your battery. Marshell Barney (Panama City, Panama), last repaired it 46 days back [2]
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The pole cables must be removed first in order to clean your Volvo XC90 battery. The negative pole’s black cable must be removed first. You can remove the black cable from the negative pole by using pliers if it is tight. While we do not recommend using metal pliers for this purpose, they can be used if necessary. However, it is important to ensure that the pliers aren’t touching any other areas of the body. You can then unplug red positive cable. After the battery is removed, it’s time to clean the corroded. Connect the terminals once you have completed cleaning. Candrea Odell thanks a lot for this tip. [3]
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Domonic Mitchell yourmechanic.comPrior to doing diagnostics make sure your battery has passed a load test and is 100% charged. Verify that your engine immobilizer (security system), isn’t activated. This will prevent the car from starting. A security warning light may appear if your immobilizer system (security system) is turned on. These instructions will temporarily disable the immobilizer system if the warning light turns on. If the starter motor does not operate, or the’s having key remains in “start”, the procedure is to determine if the starter motor/solenoid is under voltage and power. The electrical circuit that supplies the motor’s power may be faulty if there is little or no voltage drop. This circuit includes the ground, wiring, (some of it is heavy cabling), relays and the ignition and neutral switch switches. Basically, with a fully charged battery, and with the’s having key held in the “start” position, the starter is either getting power or it isn’t. The key must be held in “start” to check if the starter motor has power. Power but the starter doesn’t workThe starter should be discarded and redesigned. Bad spots in the armature can cause intermittent faults. The bottom line is if there is battery voltage to the starter (and no excessive voltage drop) and yet the starter doesn’t work, it’s dead. To have the problem fixed by a qualified mechanic, request a “no start” diagnostic. The responding mechanic will diagnose the issue and repair it for you. If you have any further questions, please let us know. We’re always available to answer your concerns. We are grateful to Keona Trimble, Aracaju Brazil, for her amazing insights. [4]
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Cyrstal costello community.cartalk.com, describes how we have a 2002 Volvo S60, which has been a fabulous car… until the past 6 months or so. Sometimes when we go to start the car, it’s having just won’t start. There is no click, lights or anything! After a while, it’ll start over again. We’ve brought it to the dealer three or four times – I’m losing count. Although they give us new keys to fix the problem, we still have it. They have mentioned the immobilizer, but they’re not sure if that’s the problem. And they can’t recreate the problem there (they are actually having a staff person use our car instead of his own to see if it happens to him). Gillian Rodriquez, Izhevsk (Russia) for his revision. [5]

Article references

  1. https://www.wheelsjoint.com/volvo-s60-wont-start-causes-and-how-to-fix-it/
  2. https://www.volvoclub.org.uk/faq/ElectricalStarting.html
  3. https://www.wheelsjoint.com/volvo-xc90-wont-start-causes-and-how-to-fix-it/
  4. https://www.yourmechanic.com/question/volvo-won-t-turn-over-but-has-power-how-do-i-get-it-to-start-by-sean-s
  5. https://community.cartalk.com/t/another-volvo-that-wont-start/6960
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