Question about 1990 Volvo 740
Hello, My name is Dan. I am not a mechanic. However, I've owned 2 of the same Volvo's. While I don't know right now where the temp sensor is located, I will share a previous experience (cheap repair) of mine. Sometimes, you can get a pin hole or other leak in the hose from the gas cap to the tank. This will cause the fuel smell & to loose pressure in the system. Also, anywhere else along the fuel system is susceptible to leakage. Check wherever there are clamps.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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