Volvo S90 (2017-2019…) fuses and relays

 

The luxury sedan Volvo S90 is available from 2016 to the present. In this article, you will find fuse box diagrams of Volvo S90 2017, 2018 and 2019, get information about the location of the fuse panels inside the car, and learn about the assignment of each fuse (fuse layout) and relay.

Fuse Layout Volvo S90 2017-2019…


Cigar lighter (power outlet) fuses in the Volvo S90 are the fuses #24 (12-volt socket in the front tunnel console), #25 (12-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console, 12-volt socket in the tunnel console between the rear seats), #26 (12-volt socket in the cargo compartment) in the engine compartment fuse box, and fuse 2 (120-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console) in the fuse box under the glove compartment, and fuse #5 (2018-2019: 12-volt socket in the tunnel console – Excellence models only) in the trunk.


Fuse box location

1) Engine compartment

2) Under the glove compartment

3) Trunk

Fuse box diagrams

2017

Engine compartment

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2017)

 

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2017)

Function Amp
18
19
20
21
22
23 Front USB socket (option) 5
24 12-volt socket in the front tunnel console 15
25 12-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console, 12-volt socket in the tunnel console between the rear seats 15
26 12-volt socket in the cargo compartment 15
27
28
29
30
31 Heated windshield, driver side (option) Shunt
32 Heated windshield, driver side (option) 40
33 Headlight washers (option) 25
34 Windshield washer 25
35
36 Horn 20
37 Alarm siren (option) 5
38 Brake system control module (valves, parking brake) 40
39 Windshield wipers 30
40 Rear window washer 25
41 Heated windshield, passenger side (option) 40
42
43 Brake system control module (ABS pump) 40
44
45 Heated windshield, passenger side (option) Shunt
46 Feed when ignition is switched on to: engine control module, transmission components, electrical power steering, central electrical module; Brake system control module 5
47
48 Passenger side headlight 7.5
49
50
51 Battery connections control module 5
52 Air bags; Occupant Weight Sensor (OWS) 5
53 Driver side headlight 7.5
54 Accelerator pedal sensor 5
55 Transmission control module 15
56 Engine control module 5
57
58
59
60
61 Engine control module; actuator; Turbocharger valve 20
62 Solenoids; Valves; Engine cooling system thermostat 10
63 Vacuum regulators; Valve 7.5
64 Spoiler shutter control module; Radiator shutter control module; Fuel leakage detection 5
65
66 Heated oxygen sensors (front and rear) 15
67 Oil pump solenoid; A/C magnetic coupling; heated oxygen sensor (center) 15
68
69 Engine control module 20
70 Ignition coil; Spark plugs 15
71
72
73
74
75
76
77 Starter motor Shunt
78 Starter motor 40

Fuses 18–30, 35–37, 46–54 and 55–70 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 31–34, 38–45 and 71–78 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Under the glove compartment

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2017)

Assignment of fuses under the glove compartment (2017)

Function Amp
1
2 120-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console (option) 30
3
4 Alarm system movement sensor (Certain markets only) 5
5 Media player 5
6 Instrument panel 5
7 Center console buttons 5
8 Sun sensor 5
9
10
11 Steering wheel module 5
12 Module for start knob and parking brake 5
13 Heated steering wheel module (option) 15
14
15
16
17
18 Climate system control module 10
19
20 On-board diagnostics (OBDII) 10
21 Center display 5
22 Climate system blower module (front) 40
23
24 Instrument lighting; Courtesy lighting; Rearview mirror auto-dim function; Rain and light sensor; Rear tunnel console keypad (option); Power front seats (option) 7.5
25 Control module for driver support functions 5
26 Moon roof and sun shade (option) 20
27 Head-up display (option) 5
28 Courtesy lighting 5
29
30 Ceiling console display (seat belt reminder, front passenger side airbag indicator) 5
31
32 Humidity sensor 5
33 Rear passenger-side door module 20
34 Fuses in the trunk 10
35 Internet connection control module; Volvo On Call control module 5
36 Rear driver-side door module 20
37 Infotainment control module (amplifier) 40
38
39 Multi-band antenna module 5
40 Front seat massage function 5
41
42
43 Fuel pump control module 15
44
45
46 Driver side front seat heating (option) 15
47 Passenger side front seat heating 15
48 Coolant pump 10
49
50 Front driver-side front door module 20
51 Active chassis control module (option) 20
52
53 Sensus control module 10
54
55
56 Front passenger-side front door module 20
57
58
59 Circuit breaker for fuses 53 and 58 15

Fuses 1, 3–21, 23–36, 39–53 and 55–59 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 2, 22, 37–38 and 54 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.
Trunk

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2017)

Assignment of fuses in the trunk (2017)

Function Amp
1 Heated rear window 30
2
3 Pneumatic suspension compressor (option) 40
4 Lock motor, rear seat backrest -passenger’s side 15
5
6 Lock motor, rear seat backrest -driver’s side 30
7
8
9 Power trunk release (option) 25
10 Power front seat (passenger side) module 20
11 Trailer hitch control module (option) 40
12 Seat belt tensioner module (passenger side) 40
13 Internal relay windings 5
14
15 Foot movement detection module for opening the power trunk release (option) 5
16
17
18 Trailer hitch control module (option) 25
19 Power front seat (driver seat) module (option) 20
20 Seat belt tensioner module (driver side) 40
21 Parking camera (option) 5
22
23
24
25
26 Airbag and seat belt tensioner modules 5
27
28 Heated rear seat (driver side) (option) 15
29
30 Blind Spot Information (BUS) (option) 5
31
32 Seat belt tensioner modules 5
33 Emission system actuator 5
34
35 All Wheel Drive control module (option) 15
36 Heated rear seat (passenger side) (option) 15
37

Fuses 13–17 and 21–36 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 1–12, 18–20 and 37 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

2018

Engine compartment

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018)

 

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2018)

Function Amp
1
2
3
4 Ignition coils, spark plugs 15
5 Oil pump solenoid Electromagnetic relay A/C, Center oxygen sensor 15
6 Vacuum regulators, Valve 7.5
7 Engine control module, Actuator, throttle unit, Turbocharger valve 20
8 Engine control module 5
9
10 Solenoids, Valve, Coolant thermostat 10
11 Spoiler shutter control module, Radiator shutter control module 5
12 Front/rear oxygen sensors 15
13 Engine control module 20
14 Starter motor 40
15 Starter motor Shunt
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23 Front USB socket (option) 5
24 12-volt socket in the front tunnel console 15
25 12-volt socket on the rear side of the tunnel console 15
26 12-volt socket in the trunk 15
27
28
29
30
31 Heated windshield, driver side (option) Shunt
32 Heated windshield, driver side (option) 40
33 Headlight washers (option) 25
34 Windshield washer 25
35 Transmission control module 15
36 Horn 20
37 Alarm siren 5
38 Brake system control module (valves, parking brake) 40
39 Windshield wipers 30
40
41 Heated windshield, passenger side (option) 40
42
43 Brake system control module (ABS pump) 40
44
45 Heated windshield, passenger side (option) Shunt
46 Feed when ignition is switched on to: engine control module, transmission components, electrical power steering, central electrical module; Brake system control module 5
47
48 Passenger side headlight 7.5
49
50
51 Battery connection module 5
52 Air bags; Occupant Weight Sensor (OWS) 5
53 Driver side headlight 7.5
54 Accelerator pedal sensor 5

Fuses 1–13, 18–30, 35–37 and 46–54 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 31–34 and 38–45 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Under the glove compartment

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018)

Assignment of fuses under the glove compartment (2018)

Function Amp
1
2
3
4 Alarm system movement sensor (Certain markets only) 5
5
6 Instrument panel 5
7 Center console buttons 5
8 Sun sensor 5
9
10
11 Steering wheel module 5
12 Module for start knob and parking brake 5
13 Heated steering wheel module (option) 15
14
15
16
17
18 Climate system control module 10
19
20 On-board diagnostics (OBDII) 10
21 Center display 5
22 Climate system blower module (front) 40
23 USB hub 5
24 Instrument lighting; Courtesy lighting; Rearview mirror auto-dim function; Rain and light sensor; Rear tunnel console keypad (option); Power front seats (option); Rear door control panels 7.5
25 Control module for driver support functions 5
26 Panorama roof and sun shade (option) 20
27 Head-up display (option) 5
28 Courtesy lighting 5
29
30 Ceiling console display (seat belt reminder, front passenger side airbag indicator) 5
31
32 Humidity sensor 5
33 Rear passenger-side door module 20
34 Fuses in the trunk 10
35 Internet connection control module; Volvo On Call control module 5
36 Rear driver-side door module 20
37 Infotainment control module (amplifier) 40
38
39 Multi-band antenna module 5
40 Front seat massage function 5
41
42 Rear door sun curtains 15
43 Fuel pump control module 15
44
45
46 Driver side front seat heating (option) 15
47 Passenger side front seat heating 15
48 Coolant pump 10
49
50 Front driver-side front door module 20
51 Active chassis control module (option) 20
52
53 Sensus control module 10
54
55
56 Front passenger-side front door module 20
57
58
59 Circuit breaker for fuses 53 and 58 15

Fuses 1, 3–21, 23–36, 39–53 and 55–59 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 2, 22, 37–38 and 54 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.
Trunk

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018)

Assignment of fuses in the trunk (2018)

Function Amp
1 Heated rear window 30
2
3 Pneumatic suspension compressor (option) 40
4 Lock motor, rear seat backrest -passenger’s side 15
5
6 Lock motor, rear seat backrest -driver’s side 30
7
8
9 Power trunk release (option) 25
10 Power front seat (passenger side) module 20
11 Trailer hitch control module (option) 40
12 Seat belt tensioner module (passenger side) 40
13 Internal relay windings 5
14
15 Foot movement detection module for opening the power trunk release (option) 5
16
17
18 Trailer hitch control module (option) 25
19 Power front seat (driver seat) module (option) 20
20 Seat belt tensioner module (driver side) 40
21 Parking camera (option) 5
22
23
24
25
26 Airbag and seat belt tensioner modules 5
27
28 Heated rear seat (driver side) (option) 15
29
30 Blind Spot Information (BLIS) (option),
Control module for exterior audible reverse warning (certain markets only) (option)
5
31
32 Seat belt tensioner modules 5
33 Emission system actuator 5
34
35
36 Heated rear seat (passenger side) (option) 15
37

Fuses 13–17 and 21–36 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 1–12, 18–20 and 37 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

2018 Twin-engine

Engine compartment

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018 Twin-engine)

 

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2018 Twin-engine)

Function Amp
1
2
3
4 Control module for actuator for engaging/changing gears 5
5 High Voltage Coolant Heater control module 5
6 Control module for: A/C, charge module, heat exchanger cut-off valve, cut-off valve for coolant through the climate system 5
7 Hybrid battery control module; high-voltage converter for combined high-voltage generator/ starter motor with 500 V-12 V voltage converter 5
8
9 Converter for controlling feed to the rear axle electric motor 10
10 Hybrid battery control module for high-voltage converter for combined high-voltage genera-tor/starter motor with 500 V-12V voltage converter 10
11 Charging module 5
12 Cut-off valve for hybrid battery coolant; coolant pump 1 for hybrid battery 10
13 Coolant pump for electric drive system 10
14 Hybrid component cooling fan 25
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23 Front USB socket (option) 5
24 12-volt socket in the front tunnel console 15
25 12-volt socket in the rear seat near the on the rear side of the tunnel console (Not Excellence) ; 12-volt socket/USB sockets in the tunnel console between the rear seats (Excellence) 15
26 12-volt socket in the trunk; USB sockets for iPad holders (option) 15
27
28
29
30
31 Heated windshield driver side (option) Shunt
32 Heated windshield driver side (option) 40
33 Headlight washers (option) 25
34 Windshield washer 25
35
36 Horn 20
37 Alarm siren (option) 5
38 Brake system control module (valves, parking brake) 40
39 Windshield wipers 30
40
41 Heated windshield, passenger side (option) 40
42
43 Brake system control module (ABS pump) 40
44
45 Heated windshield, passenger side (option) Shunt
46 Feed when ignition is switched on to: engine control module, transmission components, electrical power steering, central electrical module 5
47 Exterior vehicle sound (certain markets) 5
48 Passenger side headlight 7.5
48 Driver’s side headlight, certain LED models 15
49
50
51
52 Air bags; Occupant Weight Sensor (OWS) 5
53 Driver side headlight 7.5
53 Driver’s side headlight, certain LED models 15
54 Accelerator pedal sensor 5
55 Transmission control module; Gear selector control module 15
56 Engine control module 5
57
58
59
60
61 Engine control module; Actuator, Turbo-charger valve 20
62 Solenoids; Valves; Engine cooling system thermostat 10
63 Vacuum regulators; Valve 7.5
64 Spoiler shutter control module; Radiator shutter control module; Fuel leakage detection 5
65
66 Heated oxygen sensors (front and rear) 15
67 Oil pump solenoid; A/C magnetic coupling; heated oxygen sensor (center) 15
68
69 Engine control module 20
70 Ignition coils; Spark plugs 15
71
72
73 Transmission oil pump control module 30
74 Vacuum pump control module 40
75 Transmission actuator 25
76
77
78

Fuses 1–13, 18–30, 35–37 and 46–54 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 14–17, 31–34 and 38–45 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

Under the glove compartment

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses under the glove compartment (2018 Twin-engine)

Function Amp
1
2
3
4 Alarm system movement sensor (Certain markets only) 5
5
6 Instrument panel 5
7 Center console buttons 5
8 Sun sensor 5
9
10
11 Steering wheel module 5
12 Module for start knob and parking brake 5
13 Heated steering wheel module (option) 15
14
15
16
17
18 Climate system control module 10
19
20 On-board diagnostics (OBDII) 10
21 Center display 5
22 Climate system blower module (front) 40
23 USB hub 5
24 Instrument lighting; Courtesy lighting; Rearview mirror auto-dim function; Rain and light sensor; Rear tunnel console keypad (option); Power front seats (option); Rear door control panels 7.5
25 Control module for driver support functions 5
26 Panorama roof and sun shade (option) 20
27 Head-up display (option) 5
28 Courtesy lighting 5
29
30 Ceiling console display (seat belt reminder, front passenger side airbag indicator) 5
31
32 Humidity sensor 5
33 Rear passenger-side door module 20
34 Fuses in the trunk 10
35 Internet connection control module; Volvo On Call control module 5
36 Rear driver-side door module 20
37 Infotainment control module (amplifier) 40
38
39 Multi-band antenna module 5
40 Front seat massage function 5
41
42 Rear door sun curtains 15
43 Fuel pump control module 15
44 Relay coils for engine compartment electrical module; Relay coil for transmission oil pump 5
45
46 Driver side front seat heating (option) 15
47 Passenger side front seat heating 15
48 Coolant pump 10
49
50 Front driver-side front door module 20
51 Active chassis control module (option) 20
52
53 Sensus control module 10
54
55 Rear climate system blower 10
56 Front passenger-side front door module 20
57 Display for rear seat convenience functions; On-board diagnostics (OBDII); Extra movement sensor (certain markets only)
58
59 Circuit breaker for fuses 53 and 58 15

Fuses 1, 3–21, 23–36, 39–53 and 55–59 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 2, 22, 37–38 and 54 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.
Trunk

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses in the trunk (2018 Twin-engine)

Function Amp
1 Heated rear window 30
2 Power rear seat, driver’s side (Excellence models only) 20
3 Pneumatic suspension compressor (option) 40
4 Lock motor, rear seat backrest -passenger’s side 15
5 12-volt socket in the tunnel console (Excellence models only) 30
6 Lock motor, rear seat backrest -driver’s side 30
7 Power rear seat, passenger’s side (Excellence models only) 20
8
9 Power trunk release (option) 25
10 Power front seat (passenger side) module 20
11 Trailer hitch control module (option) 40
12 Seat belt tensioner module (passenger side) 40
13 Internal relay windings 5
14
15 Foot movement detection module for opening the power trunk release (option) 5
16
17
18 Trailer hitch control module (option) 25
19 Power front seat (driver seat) module (option) 20
20 Seat belt tensioner module (driver side) 40
21 Parking camera (option) 5
22
23
24
25 Feed when ignition is on 10
26 Airbag and seat belt tensioner modules 5
27 Cooler; heated/cooled cup holders (Excellence models only) 10
28 Heated rear seat (driver side) (option) 15
29
30 Blind Spot Information (BLIS) (option),
Control module for exterior audible reverse warning (certain markets only) (option)
5
31
32 Seat belt tensioner modules 5
33 Emission system actuator 5
34
35
36 Heated rear seat (passenger side) (option) 15
37

Fuses 13–17 and 21–36 are called “Micro”.
Fuses 1–12, 18–20 and 37 are called “MCase” and should only be replaced by a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

2019

Engine compartment

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018)

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2019)

Ampere Function
1 Not Used
2 Not Used
3 Not Used
4 15 Ignition coils (gasoline); spark plugs (gasoline)
5 15 Oil pump solenoid; A/C magnetic coupling; heated oxygen sensor, center (gasoline); heated oxygen sensor, rear (diesel)
6 7.5 Vacuum regulators; valve; valve for power pulse (diesel)
7 20 Engine control module; actuator; throttle unit; EGR valve (diesel); turbo position sensor (diesel); turbocharger valve (gasoline)
8 5 Engine control module
9 Not Used
10 10 Solenoids (gasoline); valve; Engine cooling system thermostat (gasoline); EGR cooling pump (diesel); glow control module (diesel)
11 5 Spoiler shutter control module; Radiator shutter control module; Relay windings for power pulse (diesel)
12 Not Used
13 20 Engine control module
14 40 Starter motor
15 Shunt Starter motor
16 30 Fuel filter heater (diesel)
17 Not Used
18 Not Used
19 Not Used
20 Not Used
21 Not Used
22 Not Used
23 5 Front USB port in tunnel console, rear
24 15 12 V outlet in tunnel console, front
25 15 12 V outlet in tunnel console between rear seats
26 15 12 V outlet in trunk/cargo compartment
27 Not Used
28 Not Used
29 Not Used
30 Not Used
31 Shunt Heated windshield, left side
32 40 Heated windshield, left side
33 25 Headlight washers
34 25 Windshield washer
35 15 Transmission control module
36 20 Horn
37 5 Alarm siren
38 40 Brake system control module (valves, parking brake)
39 30 Wipers
40 Not Used
41 40 Heated windshield, right side
42 Not Used
43 40 Brake system control module (ABS pump)
44 Not Used
45 Shunt Heated windshield, right side
46 5 Fed when ignition is on: engine control module, transmission components, electrical power steering, central electrical module, brake system control module
47 Not Used
48 7.5 Right-side headlight
49 Not Used
50 Not Used
51 5 Battery connection control module
52 5 Airbags
53 7.5 Left-side headlight
54 5 Accelerator pedal sensor

Engine compartment (Twin-engine)

Under-hood fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018 Twin-engine)

 

Assignment of fuses in the engine compartment (2019, Twin-engine)

Ampere Function
1 Not Used
2 Not Used
3 Not Used
4 5 Control module for actuator for engaging/changing gears, automatic transmission
5 5 High-voltage coolant heater control module
6 5 Control module for A/C; heat exchanger cut-off valve; cutoff valve for coolant through the climate system
7 5 Hybrid battery control module; high-voltage converter for combined high-voltage gener-ator/starter motor with 500V-12 V voltage converter
8
9 10 Converter for controlling feed to rear axle electric motor
10 10 Hybrid battery control module; high-voltage converter for combined high-voltage gener-ator/starter motor with 500 V-12 V voltage converter
11 5 Charge module
12 10 Cut-off valve for hybrid battery coolant; coolant pump 1 for hybrid battery
13 10 Coolant pump for electric drive system
14 25 Hybrid component cooling fan
15 Not Used
16 Not Used
17 Not Used
18 Not Used
19 Not Used
20 Not Used
21 Not Used
22 Not Used
23 5 Front USB port in tunnel console, front
24 15 12 V outlet in tunnel console, front
25 15 12 V outlet in tunnel console between second-row seats (Not Excellence)
12 V outlet in tunnel console, between rear seats (Excellence); USB ports in tunnel console between rear seats (Excellence)
26 15 12 V outlet in trunk/cargo compartment
USB ports for iPad holders
27 Not Used
28 Not Used
29 Not Used
30 Not Used
31 Shunt Heated windshield, left side
32 40 Heated windshield, left side
33 25 Headlight washers
34 25 Windshield washer
35 Not Used
36 20 Horn
37 5 Alarm siren
38 40 Brake system control module (valves, parking brake)
39 30 Wipers
40 Not Used
41 40 Heated windshield, right side
42 Not Used
43 40 Brake system control module (ABS pump)
44 Not Used
45 Shunt Heated windshield, right side
46 5 Fed when ignition is on: Engine control module; transmission components, electrical power steering, central electrical module
47 5 Exterior vehicle sound (certain markets)
48 7.5 Right-side headlight
48 15 Right-side headlight, some models with LED
49 Not Used
50 Not Used
51 Not Used
52 5 Airbags
53 7.5 Left-side headlight
53 15 Left-side headlight, some models with LED
54 5 Accelerator pedal sensor
55 15 Transmission control module; gear selector control module
56 5 Engine control module
57 Not Used
58 Not Used
59 Not Used
60 Not Used
61 20 Engine control module; actuator; throttle unit; turbo-charger valve
62 10 Solenoids; valve; engine cooling system thermostat
63 7.5 Vacuum regulators; valve
64 5 Spoiler shutter control module; radiator shutter control module
65 Not Used
66 15 Heated oxygen sensor, front; heated oxygen sensor, rear
67 15 Oil pump solenoid; A/C magnetic coupling; heated oxygen sensor (center)
68 Not Used
69 20 Engine control module
70 15 Ignition coils; spark plugs
71 Not Used
72 Not Used
73 30 Transmission oil pump control module
74 40 Vacuum pump control module
75 25 Transmission actuator
76 Not Used
77 Not Used
78 Not Used

Under the glove compartment

Interior fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses under the glove compartment (2019)

Ampere Function
1 Not Used
2 30 Electrical outlet in tunnel console between rear seats
3 Not Used
4 5 Movement sensor
5 Not Used
6 5 Instrument panel
7 5 Center console buttons
8 5 Sun sensor
9 20 Sensus control module
10 Not Used
11 5 Steering wheel module
12 5 Module for start knob and parking brake controls
13 15 Heated steering wheel module
14 Not Used
15 Not Used
16 Not Used
17 Not Used
18 10 Climate system control module
19 Not Used
20 10 Data link connector OBD-II
21 5 Center display
22 40 Climate system blower module (front)
23 5 USB HUB
24 7.5 Instrument lighting; Interior lighting; Rearview mirror auto-dim function; Rain and light sensors; Rear tunnel console keypad, rear seat; Power front seats; Rear door control panels; Climate system blower module left/right
25 5 Control module for driver support functions
26 20 Panoramic roof with sun curtain
27 5 Head-up display
28 5 Passenger compartment lighting
29 Not Used
30 5 Ceiling console display (seat belt reminder/front passenger side airbag indicator)
31 Not Used
32 5 Humidity sensor
33 20 Door module in right-side rear door
34 10 Fuses in the trunk/cargo compartment
35 5 Control module for Internet-connected vehicle; Control module for Volvo On Call
36 20 Door module in left-side rear door
37 40 Audio control module (amplifier) (certain models only)
38 Not Used
39 5 Multi-band antenna module
40 5 Front seat massage function
41
42 15 Rear door sun curtain modules
43 15 Fuel pump control module
44 5 Twin-engine: Relay windings for distribution box in engine compartment; Relay windings for transmission oil pump
45 Not Used
46 15 Driver’s seat heating
47 15 Front passenger’s seat heating
48 10 Coolant pump
49 Not Used
50 20 Door module in left-side front door
51 20 Active chassis control module
52 Not Used
53 10 Sensus control module
54 Not Used
55 10 Twin-engine: Climate system blower module (rear
56 20 Door module in right-side front door
57 Twin-engine: Display for rear seat convenience functions; On-board diagnostics (OBD II) in tunnel console between rear seats; Extra movement sensor
58 5 TV (certain markets only)
59 15 Primary fuse for fuses 9, 53 and 58


Trunk

Trunk fuse box diagram: Volvo S90 (2018 Twin-engine)

Assignment of fuses in the trunk (2019)

Ampere Function
1 30 Heated rear window
2 40 Twin-engine: Central electrical module
3 40 Pneumatic suspension compressor
4 15 Lock motor for rear seat backrest, right side
5 30 Twin-engine: Electrical outlets in the tunnel consol (Excellence)
6 15 Lock motor for rear seat backrest, left side
7 20 Twin-engine: Door module right side, rear
8 Not Used
9 25 Power trunk release
10 20 Door module right side, front
11 40 Towbar control module
12 40 Seat belt tensioner module (right side)
13 5 Internal relay windings
14 20 Door module left side, rear
15 5 Foot movement detection module for opening the power trunk release
16 USB hub/accessory port
17 Not Used
18 25 Towbar control module
18 40 Accessory module
19 20 Door module left side, front
20 40 Seat belt tensioner module (left side)
21 5 Park Assist Camera
22 Not Used
23 Not Used
24 Not Used
25 10 Twin-engine: Feed when ignition is on
26 5 Control module for airbags and seat belt tensioners
27 10 Twin-engine: Cooled; Heated/cooled cup holder (rear) (Excellence)
28 15 Heated rear seat (left side)
29 Not Used
30 5 Blind Spot Information (BUS); Exterior reverse signal control module
31 Not Used
32 5 Modules for seat belt tensioners
33 5 Emissions system actuator (gasoline, certain engine variants)
34 Not Used
35 Not Used
36 15 Heated rear seat (right side)
37 Not Used


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