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What is the sensor p0133 for a volvo 850

I want to buy and replace these sensors. please advise

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It is a code for the intake air temp sensor. Follow the intake air hose from the air filter housing forward and you will find a 2 wire sensor that sticks into the pipe.

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SOURCE: seat belt 95 volvo 850

remove the door pillar trim and un bolt it.slide seat forewards and remove the door surround rubbers then take off the door pillar trim

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SOURCE: 1997 volvo 850 abs light and trac light on

you will have to have the car diagnosed with a code reader most garages have them prices from £20-90 to diagnose the fault + parts.

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SOURCE: volvo 850 t5 emission warning light on (green triangle)

it is probally due to an evap -code and never refuel with engine running go to a parts store and get the code and erase code and go to have car inspected right away and put a bottle of emission reducer in tank WITH 1/8 OF FUEL and then put it on machine and you should be ok

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SOURCE: How do I replace an oxygen sensor 97 Volvo 850

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It's the solinoid. It's placed alongside the distributor. A coil about 1" around, and 2" long loosen, disconect the cable and lead coming out of it, repalce, and it will run fine then.

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It may well be a camshaft sensor at fault. The camshaft sensor is part of the 'ignition timing' system and works in conjunction with the ignition packs (or coil). The camshaft sensor is a common item to fail. However, before you rush off and buy a new one, be aware that there are other sensors on the Volvo. And Volvo parts aren't cheap. There's a crankshaft sensor and cold start sensor too ... Best bet is to get a mobile mechanic who has the necessary electronic equipment to connect to the car's ecu (computer). This will usually give an error code which indicates what unit is faulty. You can always change the parts yourself. Don't be tempted to change one part after another in the hope that the car will start. It'll work out more expensive in the long run. Pay to get it checked professionally and do the work yourself.

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