How to Reset Volvo Alarms

Written by seth amery
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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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  1. 1

    Press the "Lock" button on your key alarm. This will reset the doors, boot and fuel cover.

  2. 2

    Press the big button on the key alarm. Pressing this button will emit flashes of light on the LED, confirming the alarm is reset.

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    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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