Question about 2000 Volvo S80
When cold car wont start ,mechanic says code 1232 code 1532 need to fix code problem first my question is can any of these codes affect the car on a cold start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Check engine
These often have problems with the air pump check valve, which then allows exhaust gasses into the air pump and destroys it. You will likely need to replace the check valve and the pump. It's not uncommon for the control relay to also fail, so don't be surprised.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Just because your Check Engine light came on doesn't mean there's something wrong at all. Various Mechanical functions are timed by the Manufacture to signify Servicing required.
Sometimes they're set at 50K miles or more, when the light starts going on, all you have to do is take it to an Authorized Service Shop and they Reset the timer. Most places won't even charge you for doing it unless they find something wrong.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: code for my volvo car
I had the same problem. You will have to call a Volvo dealer with the VIN number. In some cases they may give you the code (which is four digits). Or they may tell you to bring in the car, in which they will give you the code after providing the VIN number, and proof of ownership.
Posted on May 07, 2009
I do believe this is the ECT sensor code. This sensor for some reason only on the 960/S90 causes the car not to start. You will need to replace this ECT (engine coolant temperature sensor). On this model I think it is on the back of the head, a gray D shaped 2 wire connector against the firewall. If that is not case, then your sensor is located at the engine side of the upper radiator hose.
Posted on May 17, 2009
MOST TIME IF YOU GOT MISFIRE ON ALL CYLINDERS.YOU COULD HAVE AIR LEAK IN INTAKE MANIFOLD.OR PROBLEMS WITH EGR VALVE.ALSO YOU COULD HAVE A DIRTY OR STICKING FUEL INJECTOR AND A BAD COIL OR SPARK PLUG.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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