Volvo V70 25d 2001 Back door problem.....

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  1. MaRcOs

    MaRcOs Guest

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  2. (MaRcOs) wrote in
    My back doors will not open anymore.Not from inside and not from outside.
    Only the two front doors will open.
    Can tell my what the problem is?

    TIA Marc
    [email protected], May 29, 2005
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  3. MaRcOs

    Big Dick Guest

    Probably the child safety locks are turned on
    is the reason that the doors will not open from the inside.
    You have to open the door to turn the child safety
    switch on or off.
    Look in the owners manual for the location of the manual switch.
    It is not very common that both rear doors will not open from
    the outside at the same time. There is a rod on each latch that
    connects to the outside door handle. This rod may have come
    dis-connected from the handle.
    Lowering the window might gain some access to be able to
    trip or pull something on the latch that will permit the door to open.
    It is not very easy to remove the inside door panel with the door closed.

    If you do get the door open you still need to check out what went wrong.

    The door lock part may have failed and the latch is in the locked position.
    Do the rear door lock knobs go up and down?
    If they do not, open the 5th door. In the left rear coner area is a side
    Remove panel. you will see fuses and relays. Remove fuse number1 in the
    upper back corner for about 10 seconds and replace.
    Now see if the door locks work.
    If this made the door locks work, the REM or Rear Electric Module
    went to sleep. This woke it up. This will also work for a non opening
    gas door. There is a Volvo reload to keep the REM from going to sleep.

    Let us know,

    Big Dick, May 30, 2005
  4. MaRcOs

    Kytis Guest

    Sounds like exactly our problem a few years ago. I bet your fuel gauce
    stops working at the same time.

    It's just a simple computer software update, that your Volvo dealer can
    do for you. It costed us a whopping 24 euro cents and we haven't had any
    problems after that. But it was painful until that... :eek:)
    Kytis, Jun 2, 2005
  5. MaRcOs

    Kytis Guest

    Forgot to mention that ours is V70 2,4T 2001...
    Kytis, Jun 2, 2005
  6. Thanks for the Reply's.
    I think it is not the same problem you had.
    Everything else workt well.
    I think that BD was right,the REM or Rear Electric Module
    went to sleep.I pulled out the fuse for 15 seconds.Put it back and
    everything works fine now.
    Thank you.
    [email protected], Jun 3, 2005
  7. MaRcOs

    Kytis Guest

    Glad you got it working!

    I'd like to add, that at the end of the day, I think our problems were
    down to REM as well, but it was fixed by resetting the computer AND
    updating the software bug, which initially triggered the fault...

    Happy driving :eek:)
    Kytis, Jun 4, 2005
  8. MaRcOs


    May 12, 2012
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    V70 II 2.4 2001 back door and trunk

    Hi, I have just find your post...
    I believe you fixed the problem...

    I have a 2001 V70 II - (petrol):
    The rear door, the trunk, the trunk cleaner pump, the trunk window washer keep blocked after I close by remote control. Exactly, all remain closed only after 20 sec. after the command by remote control (after the internal door anti-thief protection is being activated.. I mean the click which you hear after 20sec after closing by remote control) .
    Usually the rear door opens after a while (is usefull to turn on engine, turn off...and so on) .
    Today I have discovered that if i remove the socket from REM just one seconds the rear door opens..

    Is there anybody that understand what is the reason of this behaviour? And what can i do?

    thank you.
    gioninardo, May 12, 2012
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