Question about 2005 Volvo S60
Check all your air pipes for leaks,rips,tears etc
the other thing it could be is the air flow sensor, this regulates the air the engine gets to mix with the fuel, when they are on there way out they tend to choke the engine giving no air or to much hence stalling. it may just need cleaning so dont buy a new one until your sure.
Also the EGR valve could be on it's way out but you normally get an engine light with that.
hope this is helpful
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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