Question about 1989 Volvo 740
I have to let it cool off for an hour or so to get it going again, or, as someone told me, put cold water on a towel and place it over the selenoid which is on top of the starter. I do this and after two or three applications it works every time. Problem is getting your hand and arm burnned. I had a mechanic some time ago change my original selenoid, did it have a heat sink of defuser originally? In the summer time problem get's is worse.
I went to a volvo dealer and got no help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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