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All the warning lights

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Old Nov 17th, 2018, 09:11   #1
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Hi, Iíve got a Volvo XC60 2014 and everything was working fine then on a motorway journey all the warning light came on then went off apart from sbs airbag urgent, esc service required and headlight system malfunction.

The first 2 I donít know how to check if they work but the headlights do everything they should no problem and the car runs fine.

Had one garage say that itíll be the airbag control module thatís faulty but they canít fix that but I donít see how this effects the other 2 issues. And as they came up all together I was thinking it must be something that effects all 3?

No issues with the car at all in 34000 miles tried to book it in at Volvo Preston yesterday rang 4 times and left my number no call back and everyone is busy.

Anyone have any ideas

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Best to get it booked in and the codes read, then you should know.

However the ABS and traction control lights/messages are usually the first to appear if the electrical system voltage is too low, so you may have a battery or alternator issue.
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Thanks for the advice, il get it booked in as soon as I can. Never thought it would be so hard to book a car in but I will persevere.
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