Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual / Maintenance and service / Engine compartment overview

Volvo XC90: Maintenance and service / Engine compartment overview

This overview shows some service-related components.

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview

The layout of the engine compartment may vary depending on model and engine variant.

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview Coolant expansion tank

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview Brake fluid reservoir (located on the driver's side)

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview Washer fluid filler pipe

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview Fusebox

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview Air filter

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview Engine oil filler pipe

Volvo XC90. Engine compartment overview

Location of warning decal for the engine compartment. The layout of the engine compartment may vary depending on model and engine variant.

NOTE

The decals shown in the Owner's Manual do not claim to be exact reproductions of those found in the vehicle. The purpose is to show approximately how they look and about where they are located on the vehicle. The information that applies for your vehicle in particular is found on the decal on the vehicle.

WARNING

Bear in mind that the cooling fan (located at the front of the engine compartment behind the radiator) may start or continue running automatically up to about 6 minutes after the engine is turned off. Always entrust engine washing to a workshop – an authorized Volvo workshop is recommended. If the engine is hot, there is a risk of fire.

WARNING

The ignition system works with extremely high and dangerous voltages. The vehicle electrical system should always be in ignition mode 0 when work in being performed in the engine compartment.

Do not touch any spark plugs or ignition coils when the vehicle electrical system is in ignition mode II or when the engine is warm.

    Opening and closing the hood

    To open the hood, pull the lever in the passenger compartment and then turn the handle under the hood. Opening the hood Pull the handle to the left of the brake pedal to release the hood from its fully closed position...

    Engine oil

    For the recommended service intervals and warranties to be applied, an approved engine oil must be used. Location of warning decal for the engine compartment...

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    Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual: Moving the second row seats forward/rearward


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      Connecting equipment to the vehicle's data link connector

      Incorrectly connected or installed software or diagnostic tools may have an adverse effect on the vehicle's electronics.

      We strongly recommend that Volvo owners use only genuine, Volvo-approved accessories, and that accessory installations be performed only by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician. Certain accessories only work when the associated software is installed in the vehicle's computer system.

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