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S60 55reg Fuse box diagram in the boot

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Old May 27th, 2020, 21:15   #11
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oh yes, I know they've got nothing to do with it, but still, it is bit strange that I've got two fuses which shouldn't be there :P

that's the problem, it didn't switch the camera off when the voltage dropped below 11.6V, hence I believed it is faulty. I've just replaced it and will tomorrow morning what's the voltage. It was 12.2V when I left the car. I left the camera plugged ,to the new battery voltage protection device, and see how low it will drop. If it goes below 11.6V again, it will mean that it was just a waste of money. Well, maybe not a complete waste because I can still plug it into switched fuse. I will see tomorrow how it goes
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It was 11.4V today in the morning, so it dropped. I didn't check it with multimeter though. These values were shown on my FM transmitter. So it is second kit (same supplier) and it seems to be the same..at least the fuse is ok...

unless, something else keeps draining my battery hmm
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My bet would be on the alarm system - as the siren's on-board battery begins to fail it can increase the rate of current drain from the car's battery.
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is it easy to access and replace that battery? and is there a way to check if it's "worn out"?
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is it easy to access and replace that battery? and is there a way to check if it's "worn out"?
Try this "how to" https://www.volvoforums.org.uk/showthread.php?t=99408
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