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This video shows how to perform Volvo steering angle sensor (SAS) calibration. You may need to perform steering angle reset if your Volvo had a battery replaced, wheel alignment or simply lost the calibration settings. 

During the calibration process, the steering angle is set to zero. Make sure your Volvo wheels are pointing forward and the steering wheel is on center. 

To perform Volvo steering angle reset, you will need a scanner that can diagnose Volvo cars. In this case, we are using iCarsoft for Volvo. To learn more about other possible scanners read our article on Volvo diagnostic scanners. These instructions apply to 1996 and newer Volvos including C30 S40 V50 S60 V60 XC60 V70 XC70 S80.

 

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