Question about 2006 Volvo S40
Posted by Anonymous on
You need to have your problem fixed, if already fixed and engine still stays on then, you need to have the error code deleted on the ECU (electronic computer unit).
You can do this with a ODB port reader if you have one or have it done in a workshop.
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