Question about 1996 Volvo 850
Posted by Anonymous on
Start by checking the crank position sensor. You need a graphing multi meter or lab scope to read the signal. It is an a/c sine wave generator and it is what sends a signal to the ECU to control spark. If you do not understand how to use these tools do not attempt to diagnose this item as it generates enough voltage to hurt you.
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