Symbols in the instrument panel

Symbols in the instrument panel  - Stability system - Starting and driving - Volvo XC90 Owners Manual - Volvo XC90

The Stability Control indicator light

conditions, This light indicates different conditions, depending on how it illuminates.

The Stability Control indicator light illuminates for approximately 2 seconds

This indicates that the system is performing a self-diagnostic test when the ignition is switched on.

The Stability Control indicator light flashes

This indicates that the stability system is actively functioning to help counteract wheel spin and/or a skid.

The Stability Control indicator light glows steadily

ANTI SKID SERVICE REQUIRED will be displayed in the text window at the same time.

A fault is indicated in the stability system.

Х Stop the vehicle in a safe place and switch off the engine.
Х Restart the engine.
Х If the indicator light goes out, the fault was temporary and no further action is required.
Х If the indicator light remains on, drive to an authorized Volvo workshop as soon as possible to have the system checked.

The Stability Control indicator light glows steadily

If DSTC SPIN CONTROL OFF is displayed in the text window at the same time, this is a reminder that spin control has been disabled by the driver.

The warning symbol

steadily yellow The warning symbol glows steadily yellow

The system has been temporarily switched off due to high brake temperature. "TRACTION CONTROL TEMPORARILY OFF" will be displayed.

The system will automatically switch on again when the brakes have cooled.

WARNING
The stability system is intended to help improve driving safety. It supplements, but can never replace, the driver's judgement and responsibility when operating the vehicle.

Speed and driving style should always be adapted to traffic and road conditions.

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