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1998 Volvo s70 non turbo 2.4L gasoline... Was driving on Highway car start jerking back and forth, give it gas it wants to die, keeps fouling plugs, can small it running rich... Won't start now??

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  • Tim Wallace Apr 20, 2017

    Have went through 3 sets of plugs, changed Idle Air Control Valve, MAF, Fuel Pressure Regulator, Camshaft Sensor, Fuel Pump is less than year old...

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  • Volvo Master
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I would check the ignition modules.

Posted on Apr 20, 2017

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  • Tim Wallace Apr 20, 2017

    Where are the Ignition Modules at on my Volvo and how do I check them exactly?

  • Tim Wallace Apr 20, 2017

    Are you referring to ignition coils?

  • JonSnell Electronic
    JonSnell Electronic Apr 20, 2017

    The S70 and V70 have the same engine and on top of each plug is a module. The insulation breaks down when warm/hot.

  • Tim Wallace Apr 20, 2017

    Yes you are right, but the early S70 models didn't have ignition coils, which is what mine is. Mine has ignition wires, distributor cap, rotor button, etc..

  • JonSnell Electronic
    JonSnell Electronic Apr 20, 2017

    Sorry I don't go back to those but still check the electrics as if not firing the plugs will foul. Good luck.

  • Tim Wallace Apr 20, 2017

    I appreciate your help as I was able to fix it, turned out to be the coil. Thanks for giving me a solid lead and direction!

  • JonSnell Electronic
    JonSnell Electronic Apr 21, 2017

    Pleased to help. Volvo owners rule!

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