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What is sensor p013 on a volvo s70 1998 computer reading states look at sensor p013 any idea what this mean

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Well that code po13 is missing some numbers need right code

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With the engine off and the battery negative cable disconnected, check all electrical connections at the o2 sensors, MAF and elsewhere. Under-hood temperatures tend to cause some oxidation on the terminals themselves. I've seen this issue with nearly every Volvo I've owned. Use electronics cleaner and dielectric grease on the connectors, especially on the MAF connector.

P0240 (Catalyst working below efficiency threshold) means the downstream (2nd) o2 sensor is not moving. The reason for this sensor's existence is pretty simple - detect catalyst efficiency and possibly failure in the field. The upstream sensor must be in good condition and not 'lazy', meaning it is slow to respond to the oxygen levels coming out of the exhaust. It must be quick to respond. The downstream o2 sensor, however, usually doesn't change state as much, meaning the catalyst is doing its job. The idea is that if that downstream sensor starts to mimic the upstream o2 sensor activity, catalytic function can be inferred to be less than normal. Ensure the connections are good on both sensors. Replacing only the upstream o2 sensor will not cure this. Catalytic convertor failure is rare in the field but if you have been running rich, it's possible a large quantity of unburned fuels have destroyed or eroded the substrate. The only way to tell is put a scan tool on the car and monitor both sensors, capturing any freeze frame data along the way. Upstream sensor should be rapidly changing state and downstream should be changing state much more slowly.

P0100 (MAF circuit - malfunction) usually points towards wiring issues or problems with the connector, especially if the MAF is known good.
P0089 (Fuel pressure - regulator) could be a worn fuel pump, clogged filter or the regulator itself. Have the fuel system pressure tested, verifying components along the way.

If all checks pass at this point, it is possible that the connections at the ECM itself need cleaning (do not unplug the ECM with the battery negative cable connected). If you perform this procedure do so with extreme caution and scrupulous cleanliness. Allow the cleaner to completely evaporate off the terminals or there could be a serious short condition that will destroy that 600 dollar computer.

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2-3-1 and 2-3-2 means your o2 sensor has probably failed or possibly is related to the first. If the air sensor fails on a Regina system (square ignition coil on driver's side) then the system, being as dumb as it is, will attempt to put a constant integer in there, computing solely on MAP readings and probably guessing poorly on what the A/F mixture should be. So fix the air sensor first, reset the system, either by disconnecting the battery negative cable and waiting 10 minutes or clearing the codes out by hand.

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The P0010 means "A" camshaft position actuator circuit(bank1)
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Need to what Cod #P1258 & P013 & P0174 &P0300 &P0404 Thank You


The 174 refers to your oxygen sensor's bank 2 (driver's side) system running too lean check wiring to sensor and pull sensor to try cleaning and retesting before replacing, 13 is an open circuit on your camshaft position actuator, check connection going to cam pos. sensor 300 is random or intermittent misfiring of cylinders can be related to faulty spark plugs, ignition coils or even a stopped up catalytic converter or exhaust system 404 is an exhaust gas recirculation valve 1258 refers to the ecu (computer) controlling the air/fuel ratio metering this is probably the computer trying to compensate for the other problems the 174 code is probably related too.

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ECGU? where on the engine is it?


You mean ECU, Electronic Control Unit, the computer brain of your car. You can get it analysed (and replaced) at your Volvo dealer.

The ECU itself is not likely to be the cause itself, it's probably something else causing the ECU to stop working, like bad wiring, a failing sensor, a broken part, etc. Hopefully the ECU just shut your car down to prevent any (more) damage caused by something else. As stated the dealer can diagnose and hopefully fix this.

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Volvo S-60 03, non turbo B5244S, has had check engine light on for years, replaced front O2 sensor, reading is a ECM 4201. One volvo mechanic states replace fuel injectors first, another mechanic states to...


Replace the cat you have ran it for years with a bad 02 sensor so now replace it and you will get better performance and better gas miliage. Never run a check engine light fo a long time it's telling you something is wrong. youer lucky you did not destroy the engine.

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