Volvo XC90: Activating and deactivating Autohold at a standstill - STARTING AND DRIVINGVolvo XC90: Activating and deactivating Autohold at a standstill

The Auto-hold brake function at a standstill is activated with the button in the tunnel console.

Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating Autohold at a standstill

  • Press the button in the tunnel console to activate or deactivate the function.
    • The indicator light in the button will illuminate when the function is activated. The function will remain active the next time the vehicle is started.

When shutting off

Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating Autohold at a standstill If the function is active and holding the vehicle stationary using the normal brakes (A symbol lit in the instrument panel), the brake pedal must be depressed while pressing the button in order to deactivate Auto-hold.

  • The function will remain off until it is reactivated.
  • When Auto-hold is switched off, Hill Start Assist (HSA) will remain active to help prevent the vehicle from rolling backward when starting up a hill.
Auto-hold brakes
With the Auto-hold brake function, the driver can release the brake pedal and the brakes will remain applied, for example, when the vehicle has stopped at a traffic light or intersection. When the vehicle ...

Hill Start Assist
The function for assisting when starting the vehicle on inclines (HSA1) helps prevent the vehicle from rolling backward when starting on an uphill gradient. When backing up a hill, HSA helps prevent the ...

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