Question about 2000 Volvo S80
There is no "easy fix" as only 2 of the 4 codes are for the same thing...for the P0136 and P0141, its probably a bad Bank 1 sensor 2 oxygen sensor..the P0306 means cylinder 6 is misfiring (it could be bad spark plug, bad coil, bad injector, carbon on valves, low compression) and P1181 is showing a fuel delivery issue high pressure...as for the vibration, have all tires checked for balance and hum on passenger side is possibly a bad wheel bearing...and and all is best to have checked by your mechanic.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Actually I believe the code has something to do with fuel.. the P0237 means Powertrain (P), the 0 means its a common code throughout all vehicles not manufactur specific and the 2 means Fuel , the 37 is the specific code and says the problem usually that i dont know off hand but if theres like a lack of power or you know this is creating a misfire i would start out by checkin fuel pressure [pressure, pump, rails] and then fuel delievery [injectors].
hope that gets you started or an idea maybe
ps a turbo is something you usually install yourself so the car shouldnt be equipped with a turbo sensor...i dont think that exists
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
HI YOUR PROBLEM WITH THE 1171 CODE IS MOST LIKELY THE MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR OR CONNECTOR FOR MAF COULD BE THE O2 SENSORS BUT 9 TIMES OUT OF 10 ITS THE MAF YOUR 1181 CODE IS SET WHEN YOU HAVE A LARGE OIL LEAK SUCH AR THE DIP STICK MISSING OR KEEPS GETTING BLOWN OUT IF THATS THE CASE YOUR PCV SYSTEM IS CLOGGED THIS WILL TAKE CARE OF BOTH YOUR CODES YOUR WELCOME
Posted on May 06, 2009
it is on the back side of the roter and yes it is easy to fix and no there is on special tools just undo the two bolts pull it off unpluge it and then put the new one on and have a good day
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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