Does stop/start technology have anything to do with body weight/seat connection? Volvo s60

2018 Volvo S60 2.5 engine. Does stop/start technology have anything to do with body weight or seat belt connection?

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  1. Hello

    Yes, at least the seat belt. Not sure with the body weight.

    In certain situations or conditions, the engine
    may not auto-stop

  2. The vehicle’s speed has not reached a speed
    of approx. 6 mph (10 km/h) after the most
    recent auto-start or after the driver has started
    the engine.
  3. The driver unbuckles his/her seat belt.
  4. The main battery’s charge is below the minimum
    level.
  5. The engine has not reached its normal operating
    temperature.
  6. The ambient temperature is below approx.
    25°F (-4°C) or above approx. 85°F (30°C).
  7. The windshield’s heating function* is activated.
  8. The climate system cannot keep the desired
    settings in the passenger compartment; the
    blower will operate at high speed.
  9. The vehicle is backing up.
  10. The main battery’s temperature is below freezing
    or too high.
  11. The driver is turning the steering wheel hard.
  12. The road’s incline is very steep.
  13. A trailer’s electrical system is connected to the
    vehicle.
  14. The hood has been opened
  15. The transmission has not reached its normal
    operating temperature.
    Atmospheric pressure is below a level equivalent
    to an altitude of approx. 4,900–8,200 ft
    (1500–2500 m) above sea level. The actual
    pressure is also affected by current weather
    conditions.
  16. The Adaptive Cruise Control’s* Queue Assist
    feature is activated.
  17. The gear selector is in the SB or “+/–” position.

    In certain situations or conditions, the engine
    may auto-start even though the driver is still
    pressing the brake pedal, such as if:

  18.  

    • Condensation forms on the windows.
    • The climate system cannot keep the desired
      settings in the passenger compartment.
    • Electrical current consumption is temporarily
      high or the main battery’s charge is below the
      minimum level.
    • The brake pedal is pumped repeatedly.
    • The hood has been opened
    • The vehicle begins to move or increases speed
      slightly (if the engine auto-stopped before the
      vehicle was at a standstill
    • The driver unbuckles his/her seat belt while
      the gear selector is in the D or N positions.
    • The steering wheel is turned (Some models)
    • Source if you want to learn more:
      https://volvornt.harte-hanks.com/manuals/2018/S60_OwnersManual_MY18_en-US_TP23393.pdf

     

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