Volvo V90 (2017-2019…) fuses and relays

Fuse box diagram (location and assignment of electrical fuses and relays) for Volvo V90 (also Cross Country and Twin-engine), (2017, 2018-…)

Fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2017-2019…)

2017
2018
2018 Twin-engine

Fuse box location

1) Engine compartment

2) Under the glovebox

3) Cargo area

2017

Fuse box diagram (engine compartment)

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2017)

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2017)
FunctionAmp
18
19
20
21
22
23Front USB socket (option)5
2412-volt socket in the front tunnel console15
2512-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console, 12-volt socket in the tunnel console between the rear seats15
2612-volt socket in the cargo compartment15
27--
28--
29--
30--
31Heated windshield, driver side (option)Shunt
32Heated windshield, driver side (option)40
33Headlight washers (option)25
34Windshield washer25
35--
36Horn20
37Alarm siren (option)5
38Brake system control module (valves, parking brake)40
39Windshield wipers30
40Rear window washer25
41Heated windshield, passenger side (option)40
42
43Brake system control module (ABS pump)40
44
45Heated windshield, passenger side (option)Shunt
46Feed when ignition is switched on to: engine control module, transmission components, electrical power steering, central electrical module; Brake system control module5
47--
48Passenger side headlight7.5
49--
50--
51Battery connections control module5
52Air bags; Occupant Weight Sensor (OWS)5
53Driver side headlight7.5
54Accelerator pedal sensor5
55Transmission control module15
56Engine control module5
57--
58--
59--
60--
61Engine control module; actuator; Turbocharger valve20
62Solenoids; Valves; Engine cooling system thermostat10
63Vacuum regulators; Valve7.5
64Spoiler shutter control module; Radiator shutter control module; Fuel leakage detection5
65--
66Heated oxygen sensors (front and rear)15
67Oil pump solenoid; A/C magnetic coupling; heated oxygen sensor (center)15
68--
69Engine control module20
70Ignition coil; Spark plugs15
71--
72--
73--
74--
75--
76--
77Starter motorShunt
78Starter motor40
Fuses 18–30, 35–37, 46–54 and 55–70 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 31–34, 38–45 and 71–78 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuse box diagram (under the glovebox)

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2017)

Assignment of fuses under the glovebox (2017)
FunctionAmp
1--
2120-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console (option)30
3--
4Alarm system movement sensor (Certain markets only)5
5Media player5
6Instrument panel5
7Center console buttons5
8Sun sensor5
9--
10--
11Steering wheel module5
12Module for start knob and parking brake5
13Heated steering wheel module (option)15
14--
15--
16--
17--
18Climate system control module10
19
20On-board diagnostics (OBDII)10
21Center display5
22Climate system blower module (front)40
23--
24Instrument lighting; Courtesy lighting; Rearview mirror auto-dim function; Rain and light sensor; Rear tunnel console keypad (option); Power front seats (option)7.5
25Control module for driver support functions5
26Moon roof and sun shade (option)20
27Head-up display (option)5
28Courtesy lighting5
29--
30Ceiling console display (seat belt reminder, front passenger side airbag indicator)5
31--
32Humidity sensor5
33Rear passenger-side door module20
34Fuses in the trunk10
35Internet connection control module; Volvo On Call control module5
36Rear driver-side door module20
37Infotainment control module (amplifier)40
38--
39Multi-band antenna module5
40Front seat massage function5
41--
42--
43Fuel pump control module15
44--
45--
46Driver side front seat heating (option)15
47Passenger side front seat heating15
48Coolant pump10
49--
50Front driver-side front door module20
51Active chassis control module (option)20
52--
53Sensus control module10
54--
55--
56Front passenger-side front door module20
57--
58--
59Circuit breaker for fuses 53 and 5815
Fuses 1, 3–21, 23–36, 39–53 and 55–59 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 2, 22, 37–38 and 54 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuse box diagram (cargo area)

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2017)

Assignment of fuses in the cargo area (2017)
FunctionAmp
1Heated rear window30
2--
3Pneumatic suspension compressor (option)40
4Lock motor, rear seat backrest -passenger's side15
5--
6Lock motor, rear seat backrest -driver's side30
7
8
9Power trunk release (option)25
10Power front seat (passenger side) module20
11Trailer hitch control module (option)40
12Seat belt tensioner module (passenger side)40
13Internal relay windings5
14
15Foot movement detection module for opening the power trunk release (option)5
16
17
18Trailer hitch control module (option)25
19Power front seat (driver seat) module (option)20
20Seat belt tensioner module (driver side)40
21Parking camera (option)5
22--
23--
24--
25--
26Airbag and seat belt tensioner modules5
27--
28Heated rear seat (driver side) (option)15
29--
30Blind Spot Information (BUS) (option)5
31--
32Seat belt tensioner modules5
33Emission system actuator5
34--
35All Wheel Drive control module (option)15
36Heated rear seat (passenger side) (option)15
37--
Fuses 13–17 and 21–36 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 1–12, 18–20 and 37 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

2018

Fuse box diagram (engine compartment)

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2018)

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2018)
FunctionAmp
1
2
3
4Ignition coils (petrol); Spark plugs (petrol)15
5Solenoid for engine oil pump; Solenoid clutch A/C; Lambda sond, centre (petrol); Lambda sond, rear (diesel)15
6Vacuum regulators; Valve; Valve for output pulse (diesel)7.5
7Engine control module; Actuator; Throttle unit; EGR valve (diesel); Position sensor for turbo (diesel); Valve for turbocharger (petrol)20
8Engine Control Module (ECM)5
9
10Solenoids (petrol); Valve; Thermostat for engine cooling system (petrol); EGR cooling pump (diesel); Glow control module (diesel)10
11Control module for spoiler roller cover; Control module for radiator roller cover; Relay coils for output pulse (diesel)5
12Heating of lambda probe (option) (Applies to the Bi-Fuel model variant); Control module for vehicle gas (Applies to the Bi-Fuel model variant); Lambda-sond, front; Lambda-sond, rear (petrol)15
13Engine Control Module (ECM)20
14Starter motor40
15Starter motorShunt
16Control module for vehicle gas (option)(Applies to the Bi-Fuel model variant)15
16Fuel filter heater (diesel)30
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
2412 V socket in tunnel console, front15
2512 V socket in tunnel console, by leg room for second seat row15
2612 V socket in cargo area (option)15
27
28
29
30
31Heated windscreen left-hand side (option)Shunt
32Heated windscreen left-hand side (option)40
33Headlamp washers (option)25
34Windscreen washers25
35Transmission control module15
36Horn20
37Siren (option)5
38Control module for brake system (valves, parking brake)40
39Windscreen wipers30
40Rear window washer25
41Heated windscreen right-hand side (option)40
42Parking heater (option)20
43Control unit for brake system (ABS pump)40
44--
45Heated windscreen right-hand side (option)Shunt
46Supplied when the ignition is switched on: Engine control module; Transmission components; Electric steering servo; Central electronic module; Control module for brake system5
47
48Right-hand headlamp7.5
48Right-hand headlamp, certain variants of LED7.5
49--
50--
51Module for controlling battery engagement5
52Airbags5
53Left-hand headlamp7.5
53Left-hand headlamp, certain variants of LEDC7.5
54Accelerator pedal sensor5
Fuses 1–13, 18–30, 35–37 and 46–54 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 31–34 and 38–45 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuse box diagram (under the glovebox)

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2018)

Assignment of fuses under the glovebox (2018)
FunctionAmp
1
2230 V socket in tunnel console, by legroom for rear seat (option)30
3--
4Movement detector (option)5
5Media player5
6Driver display5
7Keypad in centre console5
8Sun sensor5
9
10
11Steering wheel module5
12Module for start knob and for parking brake control5
13Steering wheel module for heated steering wheel (option)15
14
15
16
17
18Control module for climate control system10
19Steering lock7.5
20Diagnostic socket OBDII10
21Centre display5
22Fan module for climate control system, front40
23USB HUB5
24Controls lighting; Interior lighting; Dimming of interior rearview mirror (option); Rain and light sensor (option); Keypad in tunnel console, by legroom for rear seat (option); Power front seats (option); Control panels in rear doors7.5
25Control module for driver support functions5
26Panorama roof with sun blind (option)20
27Head-up display (option)5
28Passenger compartment lighting5
29
30Display in roof console (Seatbelt reminder/lndicator for airbag on the front passenger seat)5
31--
32Humidity sensor5
33Door module in right-hand rear door20
34Fuses in cargo area10
35Control module for online connected car: Control module for Volvo On Call5
36Door module in left-hand rear door20
37Audio control module (amplifier) (certain variants)40
38--
39Module for multi-band antenna5
40Modules for seat comfort (massage) front (option)5
41
42Rear window wiper15
43Control module for fuel pump15
44--
45--
46Seat heating, driver's side front15
47Seat heating, passenger side front15
48Coolant pump10
49
50Door module in left-hand front door20
51Control module for suspension (active chassis) (option)20
52--
53Sensus control module10
54--
55--
56Door module in right-hand front door20
57--
58TV (option) (certain markets)5
59Primary fuse for fuses 53 and 5815
Fuses 1, 3–21, 23–36, 39–53 and 55–59 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 2, 22, 37–38 and 54 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuse box diagram (cargo area)

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2018)

Assignment of fuses in the сargo area (2018)
FunctionAmp
1Rear window defroster30
2--
3Compressor for air suspension (option)40
4Lock motor for backrest on rear right-hand side15
5
6Lock motor for backrest on rear left-hand side15
7
8Control module for reduction of nitrous oxides (diesel)30
9Power operated tailgate (option)25
10Electrically operated front passenger seat (option)20
11Towbar control module (option)40
12Seatbelt pretensioner module, right-hand side40
13Internal relay coils5
14Control module for reduction of nitrous oxides (diesel)15
15Module for detecting foot movement (option) (for opening the power operated tailgate)5
16Alcohol lock5
17
18Towbar control module (option)25
19Power driver seat (option)20
20Seatbelt pretensioner module, left-hand side40
21Parking camera (option)5
22
23
24
25
26Control module for airbags and seatbelt tensioners5
27--
28Seat heating left-hand side rear (option)15
29
30Blind Spot Information (BLIS) (option): control module, exterior reversing sound5
31
32Seatbelt pretensioner modules5
33Actuator for exhaust gases (petrol, certain engine variants)5
34--
35All Wheel Drive (AWD) control module (option)15
36Seat heating right-hand side rear (option)15
37
Fuses 13–17 and 21–36 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 1–12, 18–20 and 37 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

2018 Twin-engine

Fuse box diagram (engine compartment)

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2018 Twin-engine)
FunctionAmp
1
2
3
4Control module for actuator for engagement/change of automatic gearbox gear positions5
5Control module for the high-voltage heater of the internal combustion engine's coolant5
6Control module for air conditioning; Charging unit; Shut-off valve for heat exchanger; Shut-off valve for coolant that passes through the climate control system5
7Control module for hybrid battery; High voltage converter for combined high-voltage genera-tor/starter motor with voltage converter 500 V-12 V5
8
9Converter for control of the supply to the rear axle's electric motor10
10Control module for hybrid battery; High voltage converter for combined high-voltage genera-tor/starter motor with voltage converter 500 V-12 V10
11Charging unit5
12Shut-off valve for the hybrid battery's coolant; Coolant pump 1 for hybrid battery10
13Coolant pump for electric drive system10
14Cooling fan for hybrid components25
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
2412 V socket in tunnel console, front15
2512 V socket in tunnel console, by legroom for second seat row15
2612 V socket in cargo area (option); USB ports for iPad holder15
27
28
29
30
31Heated windscreen left-hand side (optionShunt
32Heated windscreen left-hand side (option40
33Headlamp washers (option25
34Windscreen washers25
35
36Horn20
37Siren (option5
38Control module for brake system (valves, parking brake)40
39Windscreen wipers30
40Rear window washer25
41Heated windscreen right-hand side (option40
42Parking heater (option20
43Control unit for brake system (ABS pump)40
44--
45Heated windscreen right-hand side (optionShunt
46Supplied when the ignition is switched on: Engine control module; Transmission components; Electric steering servo; Central electronic module5
47Exterior car noise (certain markets)5
48Right-hand headlamp7.5
48Right-hand headlamp, certain variants of LED15
49--
50--
51--
52Airbags5
53Left-hand headlamp7.5
53Left-hand headlamp, certain variants of LED15
54Accelerator pedal sensor5
55Transmission control module; Control module for gear selector15
56Engine Control Module (ECM)5
57
58
59
60
61Engine control module; Actuator; Throttle unit; Valve for turbocharger20
62Solenoids; Valve; Thermostat for engine cooling system10
63Vacuum regulators; Valve7.5
64Control module, spoiler roller cover; Control module, radiator roller cover5
65
66Lambda-sond, front; Lambda-sond, rear15
67Solenoid for engine oil pump; Solenoid clutch A/C; Lambda sond, centre15
68--
69Engine Control Module (ECM)20
70Ignition coils; Spark plugs15
71
72
73Control module for transmission fluid pump30
74Control module for vacuum pump40
75Actuator for transmission25
76
77
78
Fuses 1–13, 18–30, 35–37 and 46–54 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 14–17, 31–34 and 38–45 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuse box diagram (under the glovebox)

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses under the glovebox (2018 Twin-engine)
FunctionAmp
1
2
3--
4Movement detector (option)5
5Media player5
6Driver display5
7Keypad in centre console5
8Sun sensor5
9
10
11Steering wheel module5
12Module for start knob and for parking brake control5
13Steering wheel module for heated steering wheel (option)15
14
15
16
17
18Control module for climate control system10
19Steering lock7.5
20Diagnostic socket OBDII10
21Centre display5
22Fan module for climate control system, front40
23USB HUB5
24Controls lighting; Interior lighting; Dimming of interior rearview mirror (option); Rain and light sensor (option); Keypad in tunnel console, by legroom for rear seat (option); Power front seats (option); Control panels in rear doors7.5
25Control module for driver support functions5
26Panorama roof with sun blind (option)20
27Head-up display (option)5
28Passenger compartment lighting5
29
30Display in roof console (Seatbelt reminder/lndicator for airbag on the front passenger seat)5
31--
32Humidity sensor5
33Door module in right-hand rear door20
34Fuses in cargo area10
35Control module for online connected car: Control module for Volvo On Call5
36Door module in left-hand rear door20
37Audio control module (amplifier) (certain variants)40
38--
39Module for multi-band antenna5
40Modules for seat comfort (massage) front (option)5
41
42Rear window wiper15
43Control module for fuel pump15
44--
45--
46Seat heating, driver's side front15
47Seat heating, passenger side front15
48Coolant pump10
49
50Door module in left-hand front door20
51Control module for suspension (active chassis) (option)20
52--
53Sensus control module10
54--
55--
56Door module in right-hand front door20
57--
58TV (option) (certain markets)5
59Primary fuse for fuses 53 and 5815
Fuses 1, 3–21, 23–36, 39–53 and 55–59 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 2, 22, 37–38 and 54 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Fuse box diagram (cargo area)

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo V90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses in the сargo area (2018 Twin-engine)
FunctionAmp
1Rear window defroster30
2--
3Compressor for air suspension (option)40
4Lock motor for backrest on rear right-hand side15
5
6Lock motor for backrest on rear left-hand side15
7
8Control module for reduction of nitrous oxides (diesel)30
9Power operated tailgate (option)25
10Electrically operated front passenger seat (option)20
11Towbar control module (option)40
12Seatbelt pretensioner module, right-hand side40
13Internal relay coils5
14Control module for reduction of nitrous oxides (diesel)15
15Module for detecting foot movement (option) (for opening the power operated tailgate)5
16Alcohol lock5
17
18Towbar control module (option)25
19Power driver seat (option)20
20Seatbelt pretensioner module, left-hand side40
21Parking camera (option)5
22
23
24
25Supply when the ignition is switched on10
26Control module for airbags and seatbelt tensioners5
27--
28Seat heating left-hand side rear (option)15
29
30Blind Spot Information (BLIS) (option): control module, exterior reversing sound5
31
32Seatbelt pretensioner modules5
33Actuator for exhaust gases (petrol, certain engine variants)5
34--
35
36Seat heating right-hand side rear (option)15
37
Fuses 13–17 and 21–36 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 1–12, 18–20 and 37 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

What a blown fuse looks like?


If the wire is broken, the fuse is blown (but sometimes a fuse can look completely normal and still be blown and in need of replacement).

Volvo V90 (2017-2019…) fuses and relays December 19, 2018 admin