Question about 2001 Volvo S60
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: volvo s60 abs systems
it is most likely that the abs module is faulty,, if the fault codes are read and it shows a fault with the right rear sensor then the module is faulty,,they usually go wrong at about 110//140k
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
THE 445 IS THE EVAP PURGE VALVE IT MAY BE BAD BOTH 446 IS SAME VAVLE YOU NEED TO SEE IF THE HOSE ARE GOOD ON THIS VAVLE MAKE SHERE NO CRACKS IF NOT PULL HOSES AND SEE IF SOMTHING IN VAVLE ITS NEAR THE CANSTER AND THAT IS NEAR THE GAS TANK UNDER CAR PUT CHECK GAS CAP MAKE SHERE ITS TIGHT HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: CODE 042 ON A VOLVO S60
Brake lights and cruise control are not set properly.
Easy check - are your brake lights coming on with just the usual light touch of the pedal? If not, then the microswitch that senses that your foot is on the brake needs to be adjusted or replaced.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
If the code is P0075, it means: 'Intake Valve Control Solenoid Circuit, Open'. This will affect the engine power. I suggest you to get the car serviced in authorized Volvo-garage and mention the fault.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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Mar 22, 2011 | 2004 Volvo S60
That said, the parking brake adjuster works the same way as it does on most any other vehicle with a drum brake setup.
The parking bake adjuster works only when backing up. Sound like your may be getting stuck. The "hop" you feel may just be when the obstruction comes free/loose and fully release the emergency/parking brake
When it comes to poor parking brake operation, check for contaminated or excessively worn parking brake shoes.
I am surprise the dealer did not suggest this as a possible cause. Go back to dealer or find a reputable brake shop to check this out. Both rear wheels and rotors should be removed and the parking brakes inspected. This is a lot easier and cheaper fix than it will be if the problem is in the transmission (which it could be).
Please post a comment when you find out the true cause if this or something else so I can add this to my knowledge base. J
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