What To Do When You Get Code P0305???

Posted by OurVolvo.com on Jun 21, 2012 in 1999 Volvo V70

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Turn Your Radio On and Listen to the Music in The Air

Posted by OurVolvo.com on Jan 20, 2012 in 1999 Volvo V70

Well I tried! I couldn’t get the radio working and it said OFF when turned on.

So I call “my local Volvo dealer” :). And ask for the Volvo radio code. It was either that or bringing it to their service department which charge $105 per hour. So I got the code for the radio for MY VOLVO after giving them the VIN number.

So now you are asking well, how did you get the radio to display “CODE” instead of “OFF” so you can even enter the code they just gave you. And I’m glad you asked.

STEP 1: Leave the key in the ignition in position I (one – with the door open in case it locks on you)
STEP 2: Wait for 2 – 2 1/2 hours
STEP 3: Enter CORRECT code – you have 3 tries or it will lock again. You know you have entered incorrect code when it displays EEEEE.

So I enter the code the dealer gave me that is associated with my VIN number and I get EEEEE 3 times and it locks. Hummm…. So I called back the Volvo Dealer of Memphis who were exceptionally nice again and they tell me how to pull out my radio and get the serial number and part number so they can give me the correct code because it appeared the radio had been changed.

After taking the radio out (by pushing in the 2 little handles on the sides which pop out) I see that it is a remanufactured part and they give me the correct code. I wait 2 1/2 more hours, enter the code and I’m good to go listening to the Music in The Air. I love that song.

Again, THANK YOU VOLVO OF MEMPHIS. Your service department was extra kind and helpful.

Changing Radio on Volvo V70

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