Under bonnet (hood) engine light on a 960 ?

Discussion in 'Volvo 960' started by Andy Dingley, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. Andy Dingley

    Andy Dingley Guest

    It's a '95 960 - UK spec, low headlights.

    There's supposed to be a bonnet light on this thing, but it's not
    working and I can't see it anywhere! There's a plunger switch on the
    car just by the RHS of the radiator header tank, but no sign of a light
    itself.

    Do I have one? Where's it hiding? Or is the manual just being flakey?
     
    Andy Dingley, Oct 16, 2007
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  2. Andy Dingley

    Vitus Jensen Guest

    Hello Andy!

    I know such a light from my 89' 244, but I never found one in my current
    97' 964. But I have to admit, I never searched hard. It's mentioned in
    the manual? Will have a look into it.
    Perhaps it's an extra?

    Bye,
    Vitus (964, model 97, delivered 7/96)
     
    Vitus Jensen, Oct 26, 2007
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  3. Andy Dingley

    proaire Guest

    On my 1994 940 no bonnet light also. Purchased a utility light for
    $6.00 USD with a built in switch, works very well.
     
    proaire, Oct 28, 2007
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  4. Andy Dingley

    blurp Guest

    My 240 had one right in the middle of the edge of the hood closest to
    the windshield. It didn't operate with a plunger switch, though, it
    had a mercury tilt-switch.

    My 1989 760 GLE had one in the same place but (the price of progress?)
    my 1995 850 GLT does not have one. It was one of the great little
    touches that set Volvo apart from other car makers.

    So it may well be that the printing of manual is not entirely aligned
    with the updates to the car design.

    Good luck!
    blurp
     
    blurp, Oct 30, 2007
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  5. Andy Dingley

    Captain Funn Guest

    FYI, my US-spec 1991 944 T (assembled in Canada) had under hood light
    controlled by a mercury switch. My US-spec 1994 964 (assembled in
    Sweden) has no under hood light.
     
    Captain Funn, Oct 30, 2007
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