Hi, I was wondering about a car I am considering buying. It is an '06 volvo s40, 39,000 miles. It was a corporate fleet car with regular servicing. It only had one accident reported.
While I was test driving the car, however, I noticed it said "this vehicle is due for regular maintenance" and the information (red) indicator light was on. Does that light come on for an oil change, or could the problem be something else?
The red light was not blinking. Thank you so much for your help.
A lot of new cars have this as a reminder for the owner to change the oil and when this is done the mechanic should reset the light to go out ,look in the owners manuel there should be something in it to tell you about this light other issues that will arise.
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I have an owners manual in PDF that i can send you if you want. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your make, model & year and i will be happy to email you a copy. I may have a service or haynes manual on PDF fomat as well but will need to make sure. If you email me for the owners manual if i do have the service manual i will send that as well just remind me to look. Have a great day.
How long ago was your fuel filter replaced? The code should be able to be diagnosed. Can buy a diagnostic tool from AutoZone... to be able to trace your problem. Your manual should also be able to tell you how to read and obtain your code fault #. Sounds like your engine is starving for fuel!
Hi,you should change cambelt pully(there is a bearing inside pully before it worn out completely,it will cause high friction and heat to burn out your bell and rattling noise).buy cambelt pully from the dealer then take it to the garage ask them to put it in for you (labor about 30.00 dollars)...the rest is ok to wait until 150.000 miles.
Hi, Since you have both codes Fuel system lean and MAF low I would bet money on that you have an intake air leak after the throttle. Check all hoses connected to the intake manifold, gaskets, injectors are put in place etc.