hi there people, please, if someone would be so kind as to please share a photo of the above mentioned ecu, but mostly a up close high as possible quality photo of the bottom of the ecu( the side where the cpu is not). im atempting to repair mine as it suffered a major short on the wiring of the maf sensor, ill attach a photo of what im seeking, please!!!
Only recently has my 2010 S60 DAB radio stopped working.
When I click on Radio on the central console and go on DAB 1 or DAB 2, nothing comes up on the main screen at all. It just put me back into FM mode after a few seconds.
Does anyone have any idea how this could be fixed, any help would be much appreciated?
Many thanks in advance
Perhaps you can give me some help.
Have a 2011 Volvo C30 RDESIGN 6spd. I have a vibration, and wobble, and clicking on stop starts or turning. When i turn its just one click , nothing continuous. At speeds over 90kph, I get a wobble from the front left. Also under acceleration it feels like the something isn't correct in the front left. I would describe it as vibration or engine missing.
I have replaced both axles as i had a tear in the right boot, so replace both sides.
I have put IPD stabilizer end links on .
Checked balance of front left wheel as well.
Sometime when I am braking from speeds of 90kph plus, i get vibration through wheel, like a warped rotor. But other times its fine. Doesn't happen at lower speeds at all.
Car idles great, smooth, great gas mileage, no knocks for contact sounds from engine bay.
At a loss on what next. Could strut mount bushings and bearings be creating this issue?
Anything suggestions that would help , would be most appreciated.
2006 Volvo v70 (120,000 miles) part out list of parts below:
Trunk hatch carpeted trim
Car jack and breaker bar red handle and tow bar
Windshield wiper motor
Fuel door lock solenoid
Antenna amplifier (green or orange x2)
Ignition switch starter
Turn signal stalk
Seat belt restraints (x2)
Door sill plates (x2)
Metal radio pocket
Volvo plastic radio pocket
A/C control unit
Side view mirror left
Servotronic fuse relay
Windshield wiper stalk
Overhead light driver front
Rear bumper trim (x2)
Rear speaker covers
Driver motor seat controls
Passenger motor seat controls
Steering wheel column cover
Door speaker covers front (x2)
Center console trim (x2)
Rear carpeted trim panels (x2 one thin one thick)
Rear cargo upper trim with dome light
Side view mirror right
Wooden door handle trim pieces (x4)
Fuel pump regulator
Overhead dome light rear
Windshield rain sensor
Tan headrest with long spikes
Tan headrest with brackets (x2)
Rear armrest with cupholders
Flip down sun shield left (red wire)
Flip down sun shield right (green wire)
Rear view mirror and wiring harness
Power steering pump tank
Right upper brake light
Right lower brake light
Armrest for front seats
Driver window switch box
Front passenger window switch
Rear speakers (x2)
Side airbags (x2)
Rear fuse relay box
Rear third brake light
Emergency brake with leather
Rear trunk speaker trim (x2)
Right rear trunk carpet trim
All 4 door panels
Back hatch carpeted floor (x2 one thin one thick)
Rear bottom single seat
Single seat leather upper
Double seat leather upper
Left and right rear seat bolsters
Right front carpet
Left front carpet
Drivers front seat
Passenger front seat
Rear trunk hatch trim
Braking systems (x2)
Emergency brake trim (x2)
Center console back plate
Passenger lower dash cover
Floor door trim (x2)
Front door handles
License plate frame
Seat railing covers
Instrument cluster 163000
Trunk trim (long back piece (x2) and shoulder piece
Floor door trim (x2 longer pieces)
Rain sensor cover
Dash radio storage box
Fuse panel cover
Gas tank cover
Front air bag crash sensor
Rear air bag crash sensors
Air bag impact sensor
Hazard light switch
On pallet not in box:
Door pillar vents (x2)
Windshield wiper motor cover with seal
Trunk pillar covers (x2)
Left side skirt cover
Right side skirt cover
Left and right side door trim panel moulding (x2 longer)
Left and right side door trim panel moulding (x2 shorter)
Trunk trim with cut out for lock
Trunk trim no cut out
Left and right trim railings (x2)
I am a long time loyal Volvo owner that has owned many Volvos over the years and owned P2 Volvos for a long time. I never once felt the need to go aftermarket until my horrible experience with our 2016 XC70 rear brakes.
After my experience I feel like the TRW sourced rear pads don’t hold up. They are so bad in my opinion I have a hard time believing they are even TRW and wonder if these are actually Lucas since I believe TRW acquired Lucas. If that’s the case I’m not sure why Volvo would have sourced these but I think it would have to do with cost.
I used to get up to 70,000 miles out of our P2 rear brakes so I know it’s not us. Personally, I don’t buy that it’s due to EPB or increased rear brake bias because the fronts still get the most brake distribution.
I feel completely screwed because I don’t see any aftermarket alternative that I really feel comfortable with. I know people will throw all kinds of things out there but I need something high quality members have used for a long time and proven. When I say proven I mean original braking performance, smoothness, quiet with no noise but actually hold up in my opinion where I can get at least 30K from rear brakes. The problem I am having is everything is questionable. When I have tried even what were supposed to be quality aftermarket pads with my first Volvos many years ago they always seemed inferior and they always made noise.
It also seems like everything aftermarket is now ceramic.
My first instinct was ATE Pads but they appear to be ceramic. My concern is one website said ATE 602736 pads were discontinued and I found some on ebay but it makes me concerned there may have been some issue and even if they are great I may not be able to buy them for very long anyway so this option doesn’t look good.
My second instinct is TRW has what I think they are pushing as kind of a premium black series pad. I looked at the reviews of these pads used with other brand vehicles and the reviews seem good and say they are quiet with good brake performance which has me leaning toward these.
Textar was a brand I was considering but I believe that I read a forum post from a BMW owner that put these and Brembo rotors on the rear and said something I think like he kind of feels a delay before they grab unlike original brakes. This is something I cannot accept because I need something with original braking performance.
I have seen Pagid brake pads but personally I think they look like too hard of a pad where there may be noise or decreased braking performance in my opinion.
I am leaning toward the TRW Black TPC1307 Pads
Now for rotors I don’t know if the rotors with uneven wear rings, grooving and scoring I never seen before that you can see in my video are because Volvo is now using a really soft rotor material or just the pads being inferior in my opinion did this. Now I’m trying to decide if I should go with Volvo rotors or try aftermarket.
The only possibly decent aftermarket rear brake rotor I found seems to be Brembo 09958711. I would NOT go with Brembo aftermarket pads because I think I saw a review complaining about noise even when using with Brembo rotors. My only concern is that I remember when I tried Brembo rotors years ago with my first Volvos Brembo had started putting these stupid wear indicator dimples in the contact area even though none of the online photos showed these. I believe I called them to complain and think I ended up sending the rotors back.
Also, how low should you safely be able to wear your rear brake pads down to? Shouldn’t you be able to wear pads down to 2 or 3mm safely and as long as there is still some pad material left the rotors shouldn’t be grinding or scored? I know this sounds like a stupid question but I never experienced anything like this.
Here is a video that shows the pads and rotors so you can see the wear
Here is my article I wrote about my new Volvo rear brake experience
I’m leaning toward the TRW Black TPC1307 rear pads with Volvo rotors and seeing what happens but it’s not a cheap experiment if the rotors are somehow part of the problem and wear like before so it’s kind of a tough one.
I would appreciate proven suggestions for P3 aftermarket rear brakes.