You would need to remove the radio and check for power at connector pins A1 and A2. If you do have power then the radio is done. To replace the radio you would also need to download software for it to work properly since the radio is a control module also known as a AUM (Audio Unit Module) You can install an aftermarket radio in your vehicle but I would recommend you have software downloaded first to remove the AUM out of the network so that there is no conflict in the networking system of the vehicle. Once the software removes the AUM you can have a profesional audio store install a different radio. You can do it yourself also. If you look online I am sure you could find a wiring kit that you can wire to the aftermarket radio so that you can just plug the new radio to the Volvo radio connectors. So compare prices to see what would be more economical for you to replace? Good luck to you.
Wednesday, August 10th, 2011 AT 12:39 AM