Question about 1991 Volvo 740
Hmmm. Getting fuel and spark, just died.
Possibilities: Crank position sensor. Sends pulses to engine computer. If it dies, so does engine. Mounted near the transmission bell housing. Check plug which appears near the passenger side firewall. Plug gets corroded. Disconnect and clean all the plug contacts in that area,
Radio supressor relay. Mounted on inner fender, passenger side, above the battery. If it fails, fuel injectors die. Remove it from socket and insert a jumper wire between the two large pins (brown wire). If car starts, buy a new one. About $95 new; less on Ebay. I always carry a spare.
Where do you have spark? Sometimes the high voltage lead from the coil to the distributor goes bad. Disconnect it and hold it near a ground.
Do the same with a spark plug lead.
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