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Thread: 1990 Volvo 740 Turbo SRS light comes on - wipers and horn won't work

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    Chuck Fiedler
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    Default 1990 Volvo 740 Turbo SRS light comes on - wipers and horn won't work

    >When I start my '90 740 Turbo, the SRS will stay lit. Perhaps
    >coincidentally, the radio, wipers and horn will not work while the SRS
    >light is lit. I've figured out that by jiggling the key in the
    >ignition, the light will go off and that everything on the car works
    >fine after that. Not a problem, right? Unfortunately, the guy
    >inspecting my car considers this to be a problem.
    >
    >I've cleared the fault codes as well as reset the Service light that
    >comes on upon starting (the service light still comes on), all to no
    >avail. Someone a while back suggested my ignition switch as the
    >culprit.
    >
    >Thoughts?


    And you didn't listen to that guy because..?

    Methinks he was on to something.

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    James Sweet
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    Default 1990 Volvo 740 Turbo SRS light comes on - wipers and horn won't work

    > On Wed, 14 May 2008 17:26:05 -0700 (PDT), Skonnie
    > <iamthefritobandito@..........> wrote:
    >
    >> When I start my '90 740 Turbo, the SRS will stay lit. Perhaps
    >> coincidentally, the radio, wipers and horn will not work while the SRS
    >> light is lit. I've figured out that by jiggling the key in the
    >> ignition, the light will go off and that everything on the car works
    >> fine after that. Not a problem, right? Unfortunately, the guy
    >> inspecting my car considers this to be a problem.
    >>
    >> I've cleared the fault codes as well as reset the Service light that
    >> comes on upon starting (the service light still comes on), all to no
    >> avail. Someone a while back suggested my ignition switch as the
    >> culprit.
    >>
    >> Thoughts?

    >
    > And you didn't listen to that guy because..?
    >
    > Methinks he was on to something.


    Agreed, this can turn into a serious issue. I'd second suspecting the
    ignition switch.

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