98 volvo s70 stalling out, then finally after a day wouldnt start
My 98 volvo s70 glt was stalling out for like a day or two then the last time it stalled out and would start again. we had in the past taken it to auto zone for a check engine light and it had something to do with the air pump. would this have anything to do with it?
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If the air pump system is setting a fault, then the check valve is probably bad. If it is not addressed, eventually exhaust gases can run back through the air hose to the air filter housing and destroy the MAF sensor, causing these types of problems.
The fuel pump also fails and is a more likely cause of the stalling, and it wont set a code.
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Hi the 1998 Volvo Have OBD II and require a code reader to to read and erase code which resets the service engine soon light if you go to AutoZone they will reset it for you for free. Have a good night.
Most common cause of ticking in these is the oil pick-up seals. Remove the pan and replace the oil pick-up tube seal, the two seals for the tube in the pan and the 2 O-rings on the right side of the pan. And dont use silicone to seal the pan back up, because it WILL leak, I highly recommend the Volvo sealant