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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 Volvo 850 Starting problem
if the relay is clicking relay is ok.check central locking fuse #6 i beleaveif ok if its standard trans there is a switch on clutch pettal if it is automatic check safey nutral switch in shifter columm.
a quick way of finding out if its the starter is pull off the small wire on the side of the starter if the small wire gets power with a test light when working key swich its the starter.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
The swich that you press when you want to change the gear mode("p" to "d" ) remain jam very coomon for an s40 spary silicone spary on it to remove dirt from there
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
If you mean that when you try and start it the engine actually turns over but does not start, then check out the following info (I had a similar problem on my 1989 Volvo 240. It would start fine sometimes, other times it would not start even though it would crank) . It turned out to be the fuel pump relay.
When you try starting your car and you can not hear the fuel pump turned on (sound coming from the left underside of the car in front of the left rear tire), do the following if you think this is your issue (no cost for trouble shooting and takes 10 minutes to do):
The fuel pump relay is behind the access panel under the glove box. The panel is easy to remove - just unscrew each of the 5 panel knobs/fasteners a quarter turn and the panel comes out/down. The fuel pump relay is a white plastic cartridge with a wire harness going to it. Just unclip it from the metal clip that retains it and leave it hanging there. When the car doesn't start and just cranks, lean over and tap the relay while you are trying to start the car (tapping it shakes the contacts inside that would normally switch over to complete the circuit when it is energized). If this is your issue and you can repeat the solution by tapping the relay when starting the car, buy a new one (I got mine at www.ipdusa.com for around $14) and kept the old one in the trunk just in case.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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