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V60 belts and doors message

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Old Dec 2nd, 2019, 20:07   #31
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y 63 plate V60 often stores a message stating belts and doors. The display normally goes away very quickly after startup; however sometimes the belts and doors picture stays displayed for several seconds and is stored as a message in the menu. I don't get a warning noise or have the display go red. The car is currently in with the dealer again but they are struggling to find anything wrong. Has anyone else experienced this?

Hi! Did some one solve this issue with your volvo? Because i have the same problem with mine volvo. Would be nice if you share the information
I'm satisfied that - at least with my car - this is NOT a fault. I only ever get the warning message if a rear door has been opened before driving off... seems to me that Volvo skimped on rear seat occupancy sensors and this is their way to alert the driver.
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Old Dec 3rd, 2019, 08:54   #32
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I'm satisfied that - at least with my car - this is NOT a fault. I only ever get the warning message if a rear door has been opened before driving off... seems to me that Volvo skimped on rear seat occupancy sensors and this is their way to alert the driver.
But the warning message doesn't disapears from your info managment until you are driving?
So do you suggest let it go, because it is not a fault?
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But the warning message doesn't disapears from your info managment until you are driving?
So do you suggest let it go, because it is not a fault?
Correct, the message is unnecessarily persistent and takes several minutes to clear from the display. But I don't think it's a fault (mine is still the same).

As you can see from my posts from earlier in the thread, shortly after buying my car I also thought it was an indication of a fault when I first noticed these messages. However I now do believe that it's absolutely normal and there is actually some logic behind the messages, and the advice I received from post #20 onwards is correct.
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Correct, the message is unnecessarily persistent and takes several minutes to clear from the display. But I don't think it's a fault (mine is still the same).

As you can see from my posts from earlier in the thread, shortly after buying my car I also thought it was an indication of a fault when I first noticed these messages. However I now do believe that it's absolutely normal and there is actually some logic behind the messages, and the advice I received from post #20 onwards is correct.
Thanks for your comprehensive explanation!
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