Question about 2000 Volvo V70
Sounds like you have a leaking vacuum line. If it has a hole or is cracked, it will leak or **** air causing the idle to be erratic. The vacuum lines or hoses should be traced down for any cracks or dry rot and replaced. The heat from the engine and the emissions causes the hoses to break down and a lot of people don't realize these should be replaced. The vacuum lines or hoses coming from the intake area is the main area to look at.
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