Question about 1998 Volvo V70
First have an exhaust shop check your flow through the catalytic converter. If you have a bad oxygen sensor with no noticable change in fuel economy or performance, it likely is the one after the Cat. This one just measure performance of the Cat. itself. The one in front of Cat is responsible for adjusting fuel mixture, so if it goes bad, you should have fuel consumption, and other symptoms. The best Volvo service is still done at your Volvo dealerships. Good luck, and thanks for posting. TT
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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