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My Volvo XC90 Turbo is making an airplane engine noise while driving.

The car engine seems to run great. Accelorates well. Feel like im in flight on a 747 thought while driving.

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  • Dorian Jackson Jan 09, 2013

    Thank you for the comments! Sorry for the bad grammar:) I have always had Volvo work on my car as they are most familiar with engine, ext.....Anyone feel this is something that I should not drive on at all until i get it looked at or bring in as soon as i can?

  • Dorian Jackson Jan 23, 2013

    FYI,

  • Dorian Jackson Jan 23, 2013

    FYI,

  • Dorian Jackson Jan 23, 2013

    I took the car into Volvo to fix. Turned out to be a rear tire Hub. 700 bucks

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Can a volvo 740, run with out the turbo?

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