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2022 V90 trailer light check function?

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Old Aug 1st, 2022, 11:24   #1
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Default 2022 V90 trailer light check function?

I've tried using this a few times, my V90 has a genuine Volvo tow bar and electrics. I connect the caravan/trailer with the ignition off, get in the car and turn the ignition on and get the message below, but whatever I press I cannot get the function to start. None of the steering wheel buttons move the cursor up to highlight "check the lamps". I can't find any information in the manual on how to use this function, anyone know?

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Old Aug 2nd, 2022, 11:27   #2
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Not sure if this will help
Agree with you this looks simple but usually get the wife to check just in case.
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Thanks, I had assumed it was all done and displayed on the dashboard, I didn't realise I had to get out and look at the back of the caravan. I'll also continue to let my wife check, that way I don't get wet if it's raining!
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Thanks, I had assumed it was all done and displayed on the dashboard, I didn't realise I had to get out and look at the back of the caravan. I'll also continue to let my wife check, that way I don't get wet if it's raining!
we used our for the first time this week, by the time i got to the back of the caravan i must have missed it. I asked my other half to check whilst i repeated the procedure but she only saw the tail lights come.

Did it the old fashioned way where i did all the lights manually from within the car and the mrs stood out of sight in a blind spot telling me they were all working...
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