Ah, he probably just got the code from Volvo. They have a website where you can put in the VIN or radio’s serial number to get the code.
In USA yes, but not here in ****ty Europe. We don't have that website. I tried to contact dealership but they said it's not possible if radio comes from junkyard.Ah, he probably just got the code from Volvo. They have a website where you can put in the VIN or radio’s serial number to get the code.
Interesting. Note the line connecting the attachment points of the left one and the arrows on the right. Seems like that would indicate that whatever they are connecting is supposed to be connected. Now I want to take more apart. Lol.I'm curious about these green wires. They shouldn't be there. Looks like someone tried to bypass something. However, that white glue (or what it is) looks like coming from factory. But definitely none of my 901s have these jumper wires.
Yep. I have that advantage too.The fact that the shop radio is run off of a P80 radio is extra convenient when I need to reset radios.
They have excellent grip, ride nice, last reasonably well, and are incredibly cheap in America for what you get. I paid about $100/tire for the 17s for my T-5R and about $75/tire for this car. By comparison, the Michelin A/S3+, which offers comparable performance, would cost about $150/tire and $140/tire in those respective sizes, while having a shorter lifespan and harsher ride quality.BTW, what's so special about zLines? Probably I'll never understand that hype about certain tyre models. It's just rubber. Isn't it?
Oh yeah, same here. I don't have winter tires on any of my cars but that's because we all try to avoid going out in the snow at all because all the idiots are out with the AWD SUVs on all seasons. My dad's NA being winter capable is plenty to cover our needs.Your explanation makes sense.
After 4 years of daily driving I don't use all season tires anymore because of relatively poor performace in snowy conditions.
Holy shiit that's terrifying.Currently in NC, they are literally handing out driver's licenses due to covid concerns. No road test, do a sign/vision test and you're good to go. My 16 year old neighbor and 24 year old cousin got their licenses this year this way, and it's pretty scary to know that we're driving on the road with these people.
Also gotta say, Pilot Sport AS3+ are AMAZING tires. However they're expensive. I bought 3 used ones from another local Volvo enthusiast last year when she blew out one of them on her V70R. My brother's S60 already had two on the rear from the PO that were like new, so I threw two on front and he's put around 12k miles on them so far. They're wearing WAY better than my Cooper Zeon RS3-As on my V70R.
+1. FWIW, I've been extremely happy with Michelin tires (different tires on different cars/trucks) over the years. Definitely not cheap, but very impressed with their performance in basically all driving conditions.Those pilot sports just grip soooo well. And they’re quiet, smooth, and they last. I wish they were cheaper.
Michelin has some very good tires and some bad tires. I've experienced both. There's usually someone with a comparable offering for a lot less money.+1. FWIW, I've been extremely happy with Michelin tires (different tires on different cars/trucks) over the years. Definitely not cheap, but very impressed with their performance in basically all driving conditions.