The Volvo 850 is a compact executive car produced by Volvo Cars from 1992 to 1997 (sold as 1993–1997 in the U.S. market). It was available in sedan/saloon and station wagon/estate body styles, the Volvo 850 was notable as the first front-wheel drive vehicle from this Swedish manufacturer to be exported to North America.
The following article is about Volvo 850’s Cruise Control System Troubleshooting and Wiring Diagram. Here you will find detail description of the 850 cruise control system operating procedures and troubleshooting tips including main switch, brake and clutch valve, throttle cable, vacuum servo, control unit, vacuum pump and regulator, connecting diagnostic system, transfer rate test mode, checking diagnostic wire, component test mode, vacuum system test, removal and installation of brake and clutch valve, cruise control switch, codes table, brakelight switch and wiring diagram.
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