Question about 2001 Volvo S60
Recently I had the check engine light come on while on a trip. After checking the oil and fluids I elected to drive it home as it seemed to be running well. After about 4 hours of driving the light went out. When I got home I checked and had an error code for the rotor sensor. I can find a camshaft sensor and a crankshaft sensor but I am uncertain which one is the problem. The car continues to run well other than a slight surge at idle. It continues to get 25+ mpg on the freeway 75 mph. I am tempted to ignore the code as the car continues to run well.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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