Question about 1999 Volvo S80
Had belt changed and now the check engine light stays on,could something have been damage when belt was replaced.
Hard to say, those belts are in tight spots, a sensor could have come unplugged, a wire could have accidently been pulled off.
Take it to a garage and have a code scanner put on it to find out why that light is on.It only takes about 30 seconds, and from $60 to a $100. Yeh, that's why I own a scanner.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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