Volvo XC90: Opening and closing the hood - MAINTENANCE AND SERVICEVolvo XC90: Opening and closing the hood

To open the hood, pull the lever in the passenger compartment and then turn the handle under the hood.

Opening the hood

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood Pull the handle to the left of the brake pedal to release the hood from its fully closed position.

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood Turn the handle under the front edge of the hood counterclockwise to release the catch and lift the hood.

Warning - hood not closed

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood When the hood is released, a warning symbol and graphic will be displayed in the instrument panel and an audible signal will sound. If the vehicle begins to roll, the audible signal will be repeated several times.

NOTE

If the warning symbol is illuminated or an audible warning signal sounds even though the hood is securely closed, consult a workshop - an authorized Volvo workshop is recommended.

Closing the hood

  1. Press down the hood until it begins to close under its own weight.
  2. When the hood reaches the catch at the handle in the front edge of the vehicle, press down on the hood to close it completely.

WARNING

Risk of injury! When closing, make sure that the hood is completely unobstructed and that no one can be injured.

WARNING

Make sure the hood locks securely after closing. It must audibly lock on both sides.

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood

Hood not completely closed.

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood

Hood completely closed.

WARNING

Volvo XC90. Opening and closing the hood Never drive with the hood open!

If this symbol appears, or anything else indicates that the hood is not completely closed while driving, stop immediately and close it properly.

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