Question about 1997 Volvo 850
It always starts without putting foot on gas but tried to slightly press on gas when firing slightly but still wouldnt start then thought may be flooded so held to the floor wouldnt do anything diffewrent .then after let sit less than 1 minute from last try it will always fire slightly at very first when turn key but then quits firing or trying to fire. it was 17 degrees today when it didnt start went got more heet and sat over night and also have gas filter but havent changed it yet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CAR SOMETIMES WONT START
you are having a fuel delivery problem...and it could be caused by numerous things...such as a bad fuel pump, a bad cold sensor or warm up injector. You haven't attempted to solve any of these suspected faults...so take it to a mechanic for repair
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
My 88 240 has a bad connection where the fuel pump relay plugs in , when the relay gets jostled the car dies. If I jam all the wires back into the plastic fitting it runs fine for a while.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Sounds to me like the engine in fact is getting gas when idleing, but not getting enough air. Therefore my 2 cents are on you IACV (Idle Air Controller Valve). It's a small steel cylinder suspended in a rubber piece on the front of your throttle body, and its job is to supply the engine with air when idleing. This is a necessity since the throttle body valve is closed when the gas pedal isn't pressed. Take out the IACV and clean it thoroughly, also make sure that the air going from it is not hindered by any gunk or deposits on its way to the intake manifold.
(You could have someone hold their hand on the IACV when you take your foot of the gas pedal. If nothing happens it's probably dead or stuck. If something does happen there is still a chance that the air is hindered somewhere).
Good luck, let us know if this didn't help!
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 1994 Volvo
Spray some gum out in air flow sensor and see if it starts up.
If it does you need a new fuel pump. To confirm look for schrater valve on fuel rail, put a rag around it and wear eye protection. Push valve and see if fuel shots out while the vehicle IS NOT RUNNING. I fuel does not shoot out you have no residual pressure and need a new pump.
The other thing is to place key in ignition and put it to on position you shoulsd hear a buzzing sound from pump.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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