Volvo XC90: Activating and deactivating the heated steering wheel - CLIMATE CONTROLVolvo XC90: Activating and deactivating the heated steering wheel

(Option/accessory)

The steering wheel can be heated for added comfort in cold weather.

  1. Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating the heated steering wheel Tap the driver's side steering wheel and seat button in the climate bar in the center display to open the controls for steering wheel and seat heating.

    If the vehicle is not equipped with heated or ventilated seats, the button for steering wheel heating is directly accessible in the climate bar.

  2. Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating the heated steering wheel Tap the steering wheel heating button repeatedly to select one of the four levels: Off, High, Medium or Low.
    • The level is changed and the set level is displayed in the button.
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