Hi i was wondering if someone could please help. I will start with the history, 1 1/2 years ago my Anti-skid message would come on and off sporadically.
I checked for codes: bcm-u041464 (invalid data received from 4wheel drive clutch control module) along with other codes dem-p188914 (oil pressure pump performance).I first replaced the Aoc pump with fluid and filter. Message came on and off again.
I than removed the Dem and had it repaired. They sent it back no problem found.
I booked it in to Volvo dealership. Was recommended to try the haledex temp sensor
replaced the sensor same issue! (ANTI-SKID MESSAGE). The dealer said it may also pump again overworking.
Anyone with thoughts?
So I sent my BCM in to a module repair centre and they said it was faulty and cannot be repaired. I ordered a new module and installed it and had it programed to my car. But I am still getting codes bcm-u041464 and dem-p188914. Anyone have any more suggestions? I do have access to a VIDA, is there any other things to check?
Thank you for your time.
By Stefan Mohammed
The clockspring for my 2000 S80 2.9 RHD is torn. I can't locate a part number on it and the only identifying lablel is a barcode with the text *1TH0507*A on it. I searched up on VIDA and I found several part numbers for my clockspring. I'm not sure which part number I need.
The connector into the SWM is a 4 pin connector located on the top right of the clockspring and the connectors on the steering wheel side are: (1) 2-Wire Airbag Connector (orange cable sleeve, wire colours blue and brown), (1) 2-wire Horn Connector (grey jack, wire colours green and white) and, (1) 3-Wire Steering Wheel Control Connector (Green Connecor with 10 holes, 3 wires, wire colours blue, red, black). The Steering Wheel and Horn connector cables are sleeved together in a black sleeve. The steering wheel controls that came on the car were for cruise control and for audio control. The car came with a HU601 Headunit (no RTI) and standard cruise control (STC only).
Steering Wheel Side of Spring (Note wire colours)
Green connector is for steering wheel controls and grey is for the horn
Steering wheel connector (grey) and horn connector (grey). Pinouts are: (STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS: 1-Blue, 2-Red, 3-Black, 4-EMPTY, 5-EMPTY) (HORN: 1-White, 2-GREEN).
Single airbag connector (2 wires in orange sleeve)
Alternate view of single airbag connector (2-wires in orange sleeve)
Barcode on the side of the clockspring
SWM connector on clockspring (the internal spring/pins are removed in this picture but it's a 4 pin connector). If you are looking head on to the clockspring (the side with the warning label on it) then this connector is at the top-right of the steering wheel.
Thanks a mil - Stefan.
[EDIT] VIN Number: YV1TS94C5Y1069110
I have a 1998 V70 AWD, which I have swapped for 15g, whites and a T5 ECU. Car runs great aside from the enevidable SAS, and EVAP codes. P0410 and so on. I have removed the T5 ECU for the time being. My question is since I do not have SAS, can I perform the SAS delete witht the diode in the ecu, or will the ecu still look for the compents that were never on the AWD vs. the T5 such as the air pump, solenoid and relay. I know the best solution is to have my LPT ECU tuned but It is expensive to have these shipped out of country and back. Any Ideas or anyone who has concored these issues before would be awsome.