Question about 1996 Volvo 960
Transmission AW30-40, Electronic control system YUIK9604T Serial # 11922866. The transmission doesn't have oil pressure. The car doesn't move forward or on reverse it stays on neutral, there's no fault code fase. The car was working fine and the problem occured the next day. Is it possible to find a code tracking and a electronic transmission diagram? Thank you for your time, it is appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 Volvo 960 starter
is in the middle by the drivers side.
you wont be able to replace it from top.
you will have to remove it from underneath the car.
it will be aroud 12 - 15 inches from bottom to top of vehicle, by the drivers side
Posted on May 29, 2008
maybe you got pennies money stuck in the track if not you got 1 motor for that the motor goes in a assembly in there you have 2 cable a left and a right lock under the seat you probably got the right cale disconnect sometime there stuff that push under the seat and push that cable off if its that just push the cable back in let me know and please if you can take the time to rate this thank you pierre
p.s when you try to put the cable back in dont force to mush
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
SOURCE: 1997 Volvo 960 Sedan
Need to replace one of the two cables for forward and backwad. The tiny gear inside already worn out. However need to take out whole seat to do replacement.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
it may be a fuel pump fault. Cutting out and restarting is a classic sign of a failing fuel pump.
Here in the UK the VOlvo 960 is a 3 litre car (may be a different model to the USA version of the 960) and has 2 fuel pumps. One is situated in the tank and lifts the fuel into the pipeline system. The 2nd fuel pump is located underneath the car alongside the fuel filter underneath the passenger side (UK) and gives the fuel a boost to shove it up to the engine.
To check fuel pressure, find the pipe that goes to the injectors ... there usually is a connector where the metal pipe connects to the flexible rubber pipe. Undo the connector and switch the ignition on ... fuel should spray out at high pressure .. .high pressure .. not small squirts and dribbles.
Fuel pumps are damn expensive. It could also be a sensor at fault - like a crankshaft sensor. The cheapest way to get it sorted is to ask a workshop to identify the fault for you (you can do any work required) - they can check the sensors and electrics on their computer. Changing parts one by one to try and cure a fault can work out damn expensive .... get the fault identified for you first. Its worth the money ..
I think there are still photos of UK Volvo 960 fuel pumps on my website at :
Posted on May 17, 2009
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The ability of the control module or modules to communicate through the serial data circuit
The identification and status of stored DTCs
The use of the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle identifies the correct procedure for diagnosing the system and the procedure location.
Symptoms When it has been determined through Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle that no DTCs are present, begin symptom diagnosis by reviewing the Transmission Component and System Description . Reviewing the Transmission Component and System Description information enables you to understand the operation of the system. This helps you determine if the condition described by the customer is normal or if a malfunction exists. If it is determined that a malfunction exists, identify the concern by referring to the table Symptoms - Automatic Transmission . The table Symptoms - Automatic Transmission provides common diagnostic categories which relate directly to diagnostic information or procedures.
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