My fllet has just grown again and having problems with low air buzzers that are made into the cluster. anyone know of a way to replace them or a step im missing in trying to find out why I have no alarm? the lights do work. Thanks.
Registered Member #182 Joined: Tue Oct 20 2009, 08:30PM Posts: 87
Yes connecticut is the same way. I have never had to pull one from the dash myself. I wonder if there is a seperate fuse for the buzzer. I would assume that the light and buzzer would be seperate so that if one went bad you would still have the other for a warning.. Did you check for power and ground at the buzzer itself while you had no air and engine running?
Volvo has had the buzzer built into the cluster since the VN truck came out. We have had to replace several clusters do to minor problems. You'll have to take to the dealer because they will have to reprogram it when they install it.
I agree we had that happen so we just wired up a small speaker, from the bottom of a home computer, 8 ohm I believe and drilled some holes in the dash just beside the fuse access panel, works great . Gonna have to do another one soon, the driver is having a fit because he can't hear his turn signals. OMG
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