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Fuel issues My sister has an 1989 volvo 240 GL w/ a 4cyl b330. she was on her way from arizona to Kansas City, when she started losing power. the way that she described it to me is that the temp would go higher than normal(healthy?) and the RPM would steadily decline, until it got to about 600 RPM, then it would die. she was getting 2 codes, 231 and 121? but she couldn't remember the last one. they said too much or to little fuel at cruise speed, and fuel injectors respectively. also, the fuel relay on the fuel tank was replaced resently.

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    could be a bad filter or failing pump.

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Check out your batt ,to see if it is change up,next is the alt,check batt cables for loose ends.

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