Question about 2002 Volvo S60
I have a 2002 Volvo S60 2.0T and has a problem with its auto transmission. It used to **** whenever I put it in drive position. Last week the car just stopped moving and showed a warning sign that it needed transmission service on the dash. I waited for a few minutes and tried to drive it and it did move but with difficult. The car did not **** whenever I started driving after parking for sometime but only when the engine had warmed up. It also did **** from an incline position. Please advise because it can’t move anymore.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: volvo s60 abs systems
it is most likely that the abs module is faulty,, if the fault codes are read and it shows a fault with the right rear sensor then the module is faulty,,they usually go wrong at about 110//140k
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: Replace timing belt on Volvo S60
There is no room for error...... Zero clearance. If off one tooth it can and will bend valves. if you are one that just feels the need to get alittle dirty or just can't pay for the service, then get out your Haynes out and turn to .....Tune up, and look at replacing timming belt. Get a cam gear tool that locks them into place so as that they will not move when u have them lined up. make sure they are lined up with marks as said in book. then make sure crank as well as all marks are lined up acordingly. make sure belt marks are lined up with everything. i would reccomend using a volvo belt though cause it will have all the marks on it.However other company's make good quality belts also at a fraction of the price. So it is really up to you.
Good thing when doing timming belt is to also change out your timming belt tensioner. YES do this it will save you a engine in the long run. it is a moving part that will go bad, it will freeze up and snap timming belt. rip out teeth in thebelt and bend valves. So as a gen rule...When you change timming belt, Change belt tensioner at same time since you cant just change tensioner without changing or getting timming belt off. Remember to use your HAYNES. It is your friend and will save you money in the long run. Good luck... Hope this helps you.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: volvo s60 idle sensor
if you could get your hands on a scanner to read some live data it would help your plight,there is a cam position sensor when you take of the the plastic head cover at the timing belt end,did you check plugs,it also might help to clean the maf with some contact spray,sounds like plugs
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: Volvo S60 sensor ?
Sounds like an oxygen sensor (there are two). I had a recent problem where I had a rough idle and my S60 continued to stall out. Turned out to be the rear oxygen sensor. After replacement, car idles nicely and car drives normally.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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