The official Volvo Manual app contain owner information for selected Volvo models from model year 2004 and onwards. In the app you can:
• Select car models, language and model year.
• Search information via keywords or category or alternatively via visual navigation.
• See video clips that explains how to use some of the functions in your car.
Certain functionality in the app is only available for cars of model year 2015 and onwards. Manuals for cars with model years earlier than 2015 are available as PDFs. The selection of PDFs varies between markets.
An Internet connection is required the first time that the app is used and when downloading of further digital owner manuals. After downloading, the owners' manuals are available without an Internet connection.
The owners' manual is available for most models and languages. More information is available in the app.
New version containing information about ending content updates within the app. Updated manuals will from now on not be available in the Volvo Manual app. Please use the Volvo Cars app or visit volvocars.com/support for latest information.
Ratings and Reviews
Error 400 workaround
The app actually works, but the integration between the Volvo On Call app and this app is broken. When you open the app and you have the Volvo On Call app already installed and configured this app asks if you want to download the manual for your car; if you say yes the app gives you server error 400. To make it work say no then manually add your car by selecting the car year and model. Volvo should update their apps to make sure the integration is functional.
Started getting telemarking calls in my XC60
1) Downloaded the app earlier today
2) Couple hours later, I got into my car and received a medical bracelet telemarking call over the OnCall connection, within 1 Minute of driving. Simply BRILLIANT!
3) Called OnCall to inquire about the telemarking call, and attendant said “Yes, we’ve received many calls about it, and Volvo dealers have a software patch to block telemarking calls to the car.
4) Called the local dealer service, and of course, they’ve never heard of such a thing.
5) Dealer asked me to contact Volvo again and have Volvo send the relevant information to the Dealer. This is where I started laughing uncontrollably and disconnected.
6) I deleted the app off my phone.
I don’t think this is a coincidence. I think someone is tracking my phone GPS, then paring it with the XC60 GPS. When the 2 match, they call the car #. At least, that’s how I’d do it. LOL
Update: They finally fixed 400. Good job!
I have never seen a brand can leave a serious problem there forever. As a software engineer, I can see it’s a not a very hard problem to solve(cuz it’s easy to repeat), but it’s just there forever. Just for the attitude towards product, my next car won’t be Volvo.
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