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Interior lightsThere are two interior lights, one at each door.
There are three switches, one on each lamp
and one on the steering column.
Switch on steering column1 Light always on.
2 Lights is on either of the door are
Lamp switchesThese switches light the spotlight in the center
of the interior light. It can be aimed as desired.
To facilitate finding ignition lock, etc., during
darkness a time delay device will illuminate the
interior light for approx. 15 seconds after clos-
ing the driver's door (does not apply to the
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Operating instructionsThis equipment is available in various models, each providing slightly
different capabilities. Operating instructions are contained in the
manuals associated with each model.
These manuals are placed in the cas when the equipment is installed
by the Dealer.
Your Volvo Dealer will be able to asist you with any questions re-
garding the operation of this equipment.
NOTE:Operation of Citizen Band (CB) radios is governed by Federal
You must obtain a special license before operating this equipment.
Radio antenne mast
NOTE: Always lower the antenna mast when
entering automatic car wash.
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There are two levers, each with three po-
sitions foradjusting the height of the seat
(front and/or back of cushion).
This allows adjustment of the seat cushion
angle for added comfort.
After adjusting the seat, check
that it is securely latched.
NOTE! Do not attempt to
adjust seat height while seat-
Seat back release
Press the button and fold seat forwards to
allow passengers access to/from the rear
Lumbar support adjustment
Horizontal seat adjustmentPull control upward, then slide seat forward or
rearward to desired position.
Make sure that seat is properly secured
when you release the control.
Note: For your safety, never adjust seat while
Seat back inclination adjustmentRotate control clockwise to tilt seat back rear-
Rotat counterclockwise to tilt seat back
Note that body weight must be shifted to
allow seat back to move forward.
|Both front seats are electrically heated and are|
thermostatically controlle. Auromatic en-
gagementbegins at 59°F (+15°C) and ends at
Observe that the passenger seat heater may
be switched on/off by a switch on the instru-
ment panel see page 14
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Seat belt, retractableFasten the belts whenever you drive or
Two light will be illuminated for 4-8 seconds
after the ignition key is turnede to driving
position. One light is located in the instrument
cluster and one in the console between the
A buzzer will sound at the same time if the
driver has not fastened his seat belt.
The front and rear outboard seats are provided
with self-retracting inertia belts.
|Release button, front seats||Release button, rear seats|
Pull the belt out from the retractor far enough
to insert the latch plate into the buckle until a
distinct snapping sound is heard. The belt
shoult not be twisted or turned
To unfasten, depress red pushbutton in
buckle and let belts rewind into their re-
The seat belt retractors are normally "un-
locked". The retractors will lock up as follows:
|Check seat belt mechanism function as
1 Attach the seat belt. Pull rapidly on the
2 CAUTION: Check other traffic before
accomplishing this check.
Brake firmly from approximately 30 mph
(50 km/h) or turn in a tight circle while
pulling on the belt.
In all the above checks you should not be able
to pull the belt out.
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Seat belt, manually adjustable
|The center rear seat belts is manually as-
justable. It should always be adjustable to the
To lengthen, angle the buckle as shown in the
illustration and pull the belt through.
|To shorten, pull the upper part of the double
webbing until snug.
|Check perodically that the anchor bolts are|
secure and the belt in good condition.
Use water and a mild detergent for cleaning.
As the seat belts lose much of their strength
when exposed to violent stretching, they
should be replaced after collision, even
though they may appear to be undamaged.
Never modify or repair the belt on your own.
but have this done by a Volvo workshop.