V50 L5-2.4L VIN 39 B5244S7 (2005)
The magazine for the CD changer is integrated in the control module.
The media player module (MPM) is controlled using the buttons on the center console. The buttons for volume control and for selecting the CD track or
radio station are also on the steering wheel.
The actual status is shown on the display for the infotainment control module (ICM).
All input and output signals from the control module are transmitted on the MOST network.
The media player module (MPM) players play back MiniDiscs and CDs.
The media player module (MPM) (16/107) receives input signals from the infotainment control module (ICM) (16/1) via the MOST network. The
signals indicate when the user has pressed the Play, Stop or Eject buttons for example.
The media player module (MPM) has functions for:
fast search forwards and backwards
ejecting the disc.
The CD changer also has a function for selecting the desired disc.
When playing back a disc, the media player module (MPM) transmits signals via the MOST network to the audio module (AUD) (16/105). The audio
module (AUD) then transmits the signals on to the loudspeakers.
Any text information stored on the MD or CD is also transmitted via the MOST network and then shown on the display on the infotainment control
module (ICM). This function does not however apply to CDs player in the CD player, only to discs played in the CD changer and MD player.
The control module has a built-in diagnostic system, Volvo Diagnostic, which continuously monitors internal functions as well as input and output
Diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs)
A diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is stored if the control module detects a fault.
If for some reason a fault disappears after the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) has been permanently stored in the control module, information about the
fault is stored in the control module.
Reading and erasing diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs)