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I have a 2.8 turbo that loses power going up hill mainly ,It has jumped time but reset it and after about 100 miles THE FUEL pump has be replaced but sounds noisey also replaced the inline filter. volvo dealer said all timing marks are good . any ideas

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With a bad fuel pump, you wont get enough fuel, so you cant get the power.

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