V50 L5-2.4L VIN 39 B5244S7 (2005)
This activation is used to check that the colors in the display are presented correctly.
The colors from left to right are:
White, yellow, turquoise, green, magenta, red, blue and black.
Picture test display
Activating the picture test, display.
This activation is used to check the display resolution and to detect any distortion in the image.
On a correctly set display, the lines are straight and the circle round.
Gray scale display
Activating the gray scale, display.
This activation is used to check that the gray scales in the display are presented correctly.
Phone module (PHM)
There are two versions of the phone module (PHM), with or without Volvo On Call functionality (market dependent).
The main task of the phone module (PHM) is to manage the following functions:
automatic connection to the Service Center in the event of a collision or alarm (Volvo On Call)
connection to the Service Center for other services when the SOS or ON CALL button is pressed (Volvo On Call).
The control module is above the glove compartment inside the dashboard.
A phone module (PHM) with Volvo On Call functionality cannot be installed as an aftermarket option.
The phone module (PHM) communicates partly with directly connected components and partly with other control modules via the CAN and MOST
networks. All diagnostic communication between VIDA and the phone module (PHM) occurs via the CAN network.
The phone module (PHM) does not have its own keypad. It uses the menus in the keypad on the climate control module (CCM) and the display on the
infotainment control module (ICM).
The control module checks activations and input and output signals via an integrated diagnostic system. A diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is stored if the
control module detects an error. In certain cases the control module replaces the faulty signal with a substitute value.
For phone modules (PHM) with Volvo On Call functionality, the driver will also be notified via a message in the driver information module (DIM) if a
diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is stored.
Any diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) are stored in the control module memory. This information can be read off using VIDA via the data link connector
in the vehicle.
If the phone module (PHM) is not powered, there will be no MOST network communication and the system is switched off.
The phone module (PHM) has a SIM card reader for the customer's own private phone subscription. For phone modules (PHM) with Volvo On Call
function, there is also an internally installed SIM card. This subscription is only connected to the Service Center which handles Volvo On Call services.