XC90 AWD V8-4.4L VIN 85 B8444S (2005)
If the malfunction indicator light in the combined instrument panel is illuminated, the diagnostic trouble codes for the management system must
first be read out and remedied before battery power is cut off.
The ignition should be off for at least five minutes before the battery is disconnected from the car to allow the control modules time to store
If the vehicle is equipped with remote heating, the personal code is reset to the factory value (1234) if the battery is disconnected or is discharged.
CAUTION: Always disconnect the negative battery cable before disconnecting any positive cables.
Note Before Connecting Battery Cables
WARNING: Ensure that no live objects that can short-circuit the battery are under the battery's protective cover.
WARNING: The key must be in position 2. No one must be in the car when the battery is connected. This is a safety precaution in case an
airbag module activates when the power is connected.
Note After Connecting Battery Cables
Initiation of the Upper Electronic Module (UEM)
Initiate the central locking system, interior lighting and sunroof by unlocking the car with the remote control, key or VIDA vehicle communication.
Initiate window positions. See: VIDA Car communication, Initiating the window position.
Calibrating the passenger compartment fan.
If the car is equipped with Manual Climate Control (MCC) or Standard climate control system, fan speed must be recalibrated if the battery has
Turn the fan control to max.
Turn the fan control to min.
The calibration is complete.
Calibrating the sunroof
See Sunroof/Moonroof; Adjustments. See: Body and Frame/Roof and Associated Components/Sunroof / Moonroof/Adjustments
If the battery was disconnected, the engine may need to run for a few minutes before it runs smoothly.
NOTE: Set the clock.
Fiber Optic Cable Harness, Repairing
Fiber optic cable harness, repairing
Removal and Installation
Note! As the illustrations in this service information are used for different model years and/or models, some variation may occur. However, the
essential information in the illustrations is always correct.