Book service and repair*
Applies to certain markets.provides a convenient way to book a service and workshop visit directly in the car. Car information is sent to your dealer, who can prepare the workshop visit. The dealer will contact you to schedule an appointment time. For certain markets, the system reminds you of a scheduled appointment time as it approaches and the navigation system1 can also guide you to the workshop when the time comes.
Before the service can be used
Volvo ID and my profile
- Register a Volvo ID. For more information and how to create a Volvo ID, see Volvo ID.
- Log in to the owner portal My Volvo, go to your profile and carry out the following:
Prerequisite for booking from car
- To send and receive booking information to and from the car, the car must be connected to the Internet.
- Since the booking information is sent over your private phone subscription, you will be asked whether you want to send the information. The question is asked once and then applies to the selected connection for a limited time.
- For the service to work and for the system to communicate via the car's screen, notifications/pop-up messages must be accepted. In the normal view for the MY CAR source, press OK/MENU and then .
Using the service
All menus and settings are accessed from the normal view in MY CAR by pressing OK/MENU and then Service & repair.
When it is time for service, and in some cases when the car is in need of repair, this is notified in the combined instrument panel and via a pop-up menu in the screen.
Meaning of the answer options in the screen's pop-up menu:
- Yes - A booking enquiry is sent to your dealer who then comes back with a booking proposal. The service lamp and service message in the combined instrument panel are extinguished.
- No - No more pop-up messages will be shown in the screen. The message in the combined instrument panel remains. After this option has been selected, it is possible to start the manual booking in the car, see below.
- Postpone - The pop-up menu is shown the next time the car is started.
Book a service or repair manually2
After the booking has been accepted the booking information is stored in the car, see My bookings. The car will automatically communicate with you via the screen by means of reminders about the booking and guide you to the workshop visit.
You can also book a workshop visit via My Volvo. Go to "My bookings" and select "Update" in order to gain access to bookings from My Volvo.
Show booking information in the car's screen. Accept or request a new booking proposal.
Call the dealer2
With a phone connected to the car, you can call your dealer.
Using the navigation system2,1
Enter your workshop as destination or waypoint in the navigation system.
Sending vehicle data2
Vehicle data are sent to a central Volvo database (not your dealer) from which Volvo dealers can retrieve vehicle information using the car's identification number (VIN3). The number is printed in the car's service and warranty booklet, alternatively inside the windscreen's bottom left-hand corner.
Booking information and vehicle data
When you decide to book a service from your car, the booking information and vehicle data will be sent. Vehicle data information consists of information within the following areas:
- service requirement
- function status
- fluid levels
- Meter reading
- the car's vehicle identification number (VIN3)
- The car's software version.