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Where is the thermostat located on a volvo s40

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2006 volvo s40 2.4I. Where is the ECT(engine


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    • 1 Open the engine hood by pulling the hood release latch located on the lower kick panel on the driver's side of the Volvo S40. Lift the hood up and prop it on the hood prop.
    • 2 Locate the steering shaft that extends from the firewall to lower suspension located inside the engine compartment, by the front right wheel. Halfway down the shaft, you will locate the power steering pump. The pump is a black container that bolts to the driver's side of the engine block. On the top, you will find a cap that says "Power Steering Fluid."
    • 3 Look to the left of the cap. Bolted to the power steering pump is the thermostat temperature sensor. The sensor has a black round cap and a black wire extending out of the top.


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If your trying to locate the fuel filter on a volvo s40 then you need to look under neath the car by the drivers side back wheel it looks like a metal cylinder you should see it as soo as you look under neath the car.

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2001 Volvo s40 seems to stall and not start for ten to 15 min. Also has high temperature reading that is false as car is not really hot.


You need to look at the temp sending unit it's probably faulty anthor issue with volvo is dirty throttle body's this raises havoc on the car they idle up down all over the map also you should change the thermostat too as a precautionary measure make sure it's the right temp for your year of your car thanx Chris

Mar 04, 2014 | 2000 Volvo S40

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Where is the ECT sensor on a 2000 volvo s40


well lucky you i am a certified volvo tech,mostly all coolant temp sensors are located in the general area of the thermostat housing if not directly in it or on top of it,locate your thermostat and you'll find your sensors,also note that there is two one for the computer and one for the guage,good luck,should be easy from hear on in peace....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Engine check, code P0117, changed ECT SENSOR AND THERMOSTAT. It's coming back for the first 15 min of driving and stabilizes.


I would change the thermostat with the OEM adn it should be fine, the ECM needs to see a certain engine tempreature to control fuel ratio.

Feb 26, 2011 | 2004 Volvo S40

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Code volvo s40 HU-405


Hello! The code for a HU-405 stereo can be acquired at a Volvo Dealership...However, you will need the part number of the radio...It is located on the same sticker as the serial number...

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Jan 09, 2011 | 2000 Volvo S40

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Replaced thermostat for 2001 Volvo S40, however, car is still reading as if it were hot. Coolant also added. What could be further issue? A sensor is what the repair garage suggested. Has anyone else had...


I recently took my car in for this problem. The thermostat was replaced a year ago. This time they replaced the thermostat and the IAT (air intake temperature sensor). The thermostat was 20 and the IAT was 50, with labor it all came to $140. Most sites online that I found suggested replacing both the sensor and the thermostat at the same time. When the thermostat goes, it usually takes the sensor with it. So I'd have them replace your sensor too. Good luck.

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2003 Volvo S40 1.9T where is the thermostat located?


Its really easy... open the hood... looking back toward the car, its at the front of the engine, left hand side near the top... you'll see the hose coming out.. its held in with 2 large torx screws... make sure you change the rubber seal around the thermostat when you remove it.. also be aware some antifreeze will leak out.. so take proper precautions.. don't do it when the car's hot.. difficulty 1/10.. easier than an oil change.

Dec 13, 2008 | 2003 Volvo S40

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The ECT SENSOR of my S40 VOLVO is not working well


Is the temperature reading low? If so, your thermostat is stuck open and needs to be replaced. Or is there another problem?

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