2001 volvo s60 surging problem
It is possible that a turbocharger can do that. You need to have the defect present when the car is hooked up to Diagnostic tester. Most of the places which do FREE tests want you to have a "Check" engine light on or they will not test it for you.
But there are more sensitive scanners, with more diagnostics in them and they are attached to your vehicle and the car is driven with the gauges attached, to try to record the defect. These are fairly expensive machines and most Dealers have them.
What I suggest is that "surging" can cause you to have an accident, just as having your engine cut-out in Traffic can get you hit by other cars. You can try to get a free scan at Autozone, Oreilys, and Advance autoparts.
You can go to a Dealer if the autoparts stores can not help you. But interview them and ask about any devices they may have like I described. Ask how they would test your vehicle in motion. Tell them that the other scanners had to have the car parked and the tests fail to show anything. See what they suggest and what they would do for you.
Jan 25, 2012 |
2001 Volvo S60