Volvo 7700 FL

1- Driver air flow temperature
2- Driver airflow direction
3- Blow-in output (3.1 internal circuit)
4- Class heating temperature
5- Light knob
6- Backlight intensity
7- Hazard warning lights switch
8- Power switch
9- ASR switch
11- Retarder switch
12- Height adjustment
13- Kneeling
14- Transmission buttons
15- Driver lighting
16- Front deck lighting
17- Class I lighting
18- Class II lighting
21- Door and half locks
22- 1,2,3 door buttons
23- Button to open all doors
24- Horn
25- On-board computer BACK
26- On-board computer ENTER
27- On-board computer UP / DOWN

28- Rear sunroofs
29- Front sunroof
31- Door programming (but a warm button that only opens the door)
32- Switch and blowers
33- Blower switch II
34- Blower switch III
35- Parking brake lock
36- Handbrake
37- Pixel KPP-2 SWITCH
38- Pixel KPP-2 CANCEL
39- Pixel KPP-2 CONFIRM
40- Pixel KPP-2 UP / DOWN
41- Pixel KPP-2 NO
42- Pixel KPP-2 YES
43- Pixel KPP-2 CHANGE

How to start the bus?

1. Press the E button
2. When you hear the chime, press M
3. Press M again
4. After the clock is fully initialized, you can start the engine, so press M again
Light control works just like in Solaris, i.e. by using the L / Shift + L keys.

Pixel system user manual
  1. Login: 1111
    Password: 666666
  2. A)
    I Select a schedule
    Option II will be selected automatically
    III Accept the selected option
    IV Done
    And Enter Menu / Line
    II Enter Line Number
    III Select a direction from the list
    IV Accept
    V Done

Volvo 7700A FL

Original readme included with the bus download!


This is quite a complex addon, and we are by no means professionals. Some scripts could have been written better, more optimized. Also remember, that OMSI was designed to handle simple, old fashioned buses, with less complex systems, and less electronics. You may need to lower your settings in order to reach your usual FPS on heavier maps with this bus.

First drive

After installing, don't forget to copy your favourite maps' .hof files and Linienlisten .jpg files to the buses corresponding folders.
When you open OMSI, you will find the bus under the manufacturer Volvo, with the two subtypes listed.

Unless you have an SSD drive, the bus can take up to 1-2 minutes to show up. It may seem that OMSI crashed, so just be patient and wait for a bit. After selecting the bus, it will again take some time for OMSI to load in all the scripts/textures and to place the bus.

After the bus was placed, hit the Electricity On/Off key ('E' by default) once to switch on the main electronics.
If you selected the Ticketbox version, it will fire up and ask for a driver ID and PIN.

The default ID is 2512, PIN is 2208, see the modding section on how to change these.

Press the Electricity On/Off key one more time, and the on-board computer will boot up, performing a selftest. If there is not enough air pressure, you will hear a continous warning sound. After the test is completed, pressing and holding the Electricity On/Off key will start the engine (you may need to blip the gas a bit while starting). Now that the engine is running, the air pressure will start to build up and the warning sound - if it was present before - will stop. While applying full pressure on

Detailed tour of the driver's place

Middle panel

1. Turbo pressure
2. Oil pressure
3. Coolant temperature
4. Rev counter
5. Speedometer
6. Fuel gauge
7. First and second air system pressure
8. Main display: Out/inside temperature, clock, odometer, door status

Left side panel