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Then that would be refered to as clocking a car..if you have someone roll back the mileage from its actual recorded mileage. im asuming this is a fairly new car so wont be any details on MOT as of yet unless over 3 yrs old in which mileage is recorded there too..the service details will likely be on a database with Volvo with all the mileage and what was carried out aswell as in paper form for your own records or to include with the cars documents..
In a sense no..but essentially still deemed as fraud..
If your rolling back the recorded mileage on the cluster to previous point ie:- to mileage when it was last serviced. then thats fraud/clocking as your giving the impression the car has done said miles or virtually none at all from the mileage stated on the previous service schedule when in reality its actually done way more...of course if you clock it back to mileage on the last service sheet proffessionally..and cars taken in for service then its likely in most circumstanses it will probably go straight through..the only implications i can see from this is on the next owner with their own service schedules/timing belt renewal times if fitted etc..
Ok...its pretty unlikely they would detect it..to be honest..
try below..if it still fails then you need to have it done diagnostically.normally the dealer would do this after every service..