Question about 2009 Volvo S80
Try cleaning the Throttle Position sensor connections--maybe get some contact gel.
If a manual 5 speed: make sure RPM's are high enough when shifting during acceleration.
Getting a code? Could be a sensor "O2" (oxygen). Autozone, Oreilly's free code readings.
I hope this helps.
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