Question about 1987 Volvo 740
Why was the pump put in?Was it because that the engine was not getting fuel,or was the pump checked for no pressure?I was wondering if this was the problem to begin with.Check all the fuses,and check the ignition for spark,if there is spark,the pick up coil,in the distributor,or the crankshaft sensor,these work together to pulse the injectors.If there is no spark,either the module and the crankshaft sensor,and of course the pick up coil would have to be checked to see that they are working,first if there is no spark,check to see that the timing chain has not broke.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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