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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the past we have used starting fluid to find vacuum leaks. Start the engine, let it idle. Spray quick shots of starting fluid at your vacuum lines in isolated areas. When the starting fluid find the vacuum leak the engine will react to it... usually by going up in rpm. Depending on your engine computer, it may stall the engine. Either way you will find your vacuum leak. Get starting fluid or "ether" at Autozone or O'Reilly.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
yes,the water pump should have been changed at the same time,BUT,and i keep saying this to all my customers,no garage will do any work that you, the client, dont ask for and if they reccomend it they are trying to rip you off.the original repairperson is not at fault in any way,as you cant see inside the pump to decide when its going to fail.....not what you wanted to hear ,but true.
best advice.is find a good mech and follow him/her around,that way it becomes personal.
Posted on May 12, 2010
SOURCE: Volvo S80 wont start no
Is there a check engine light on?
There may be a relay blown, damaged harness, faulty ignition coil, or possibly an ecu problem but this is just a very broad answer.
I will be happy to provide you with proper diagnosis procedure if you can provide me with your vehicle information. (Engine size?)
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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