The first Volvo, dubbed "Jakob," was manufactured in Gothenburg, Sweden, in April 1927 with quality as a top priority. By 1991, the first five-cylinder engine Volvo was released, and the United States gained its first front-drive Volvo--the Volvo 850. These cars have seen numerous advancements over time, but the procedure for resetting a Volvo car alarm has largely remained the same. In order to do this, you must have your keys.
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- Volvo keys
Press the "Lock" button on your key alarm. This will reset the doors, boot and fuel cover.
Press the big button on the key alarm. Pressing this button will emit flashes of light on the LED, confirming the alarm is reset.
Press "Unlock" or "Lock" on the key alarm to reset the panic alarm. This is not necessary if you have not recently used the panic alarm.
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