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Changed Battery now dash is blank !!

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Old Apr 7th, 2021, 17:20   #1
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Hi all,
Looking for some advice...
I had to change the battery today as old one was fully flat, installed the battery today and all good and works.
However...when I took it out for a drive the dash went fully blank , Speedo , temp gauge all not working fully blank.

Any ideas ? Is it due to battery change ?

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Old Apr 7th, 2021, 19:54   #2
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DIM failure is not uncommon in early XC90s. You can repair, contact Lukasz (spokoluzic) at
https://volvodiagnostic.com/contact/
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Thank you I will look into it
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Would a new dash cluster need coding or is it a straight like for like ?

Also my radio screen doesn’t work fully if I get a replacement for this would this need coding also ?
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Would a new dash cluster need coding or is it a straight like for like ?

Also my radio screen doesn’t work fully if I get a replacement for this would this need coding also ?
The cluster fault affects all P2 cars upto around 2004.
Lucaz will repair the old cluster, think it’s dry joints on the main processor chip, so will not need coding. His service is very quick as well.
Can’t advise about radio.
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Get lucaz to also check the radio. (Icm). If necessary will repair that too.

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