Question about 1989 Volvo 240
You may want to check your fuses. there is one under the hood on drivers side. 25A blade. it will be located bye the fenderwell. it may be corroded or oxidized. clean it with sandpaper and place it back in. other then that the two other things may be your fuel pump relay. check it out by removing the plastic cover and check to see if anything looks burnt. if so it needs to be replaced. (its under the glovebox by the firewall) or your fuses on the interior drivers side ( it think it may be #6 or #4) may need to replace.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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