Volvo S60 2002 Owner Manual

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2001 Volvo S60 pg. 41 Turn Signals 1. Lane change position In maneuvers such as lane changing, the driver can flash the turn signals by moving the turn signal lever to the first stop and holding it there. The lever will return to the neutral position when released. 2. Signal lever engaged for normal turns 3. High/low beam switch (headlights on). Move the lever towards the steering wheel and release it. Headlight flasher (headlights off). Move the lever towards the steering wheel. The headlight high beam will be on until the lever is released. NOTE: If the turn signal indicator flashes faster than normal, check for a burned-out turn signal bulb. 3. Exterior courtesy lights Home Safe System When you leave your car at night, you can make use of the courtesy lighting function: Remove the key from the ignition switch. Pull the direction indicator lever towards the steering wheel (as when using the headlight flasher function). Exit the car and lock the doors. The headlights, parking lights, license plate lights and the lights in the sideview mirrors will now come on and remain on for 30, 60 or 90 seconds (the time interval is at your discretion and can be changed by an authorized Volvo retailer). Approach lighting When approaching the car at night, press the yellow button in the central locking remote control (see illustration on page 117 ). This lights up the interior courtesy lights, parking lights, license plate lights and the lights in the sideview mirrors. file:///K|/ownersdocs/2002/2002_S60/02s60_02b.htm (1 of 13)12/30/2006 3:55:01 PM

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