Question about 1998 Volvo S70
Underneath the front of your car, there is a big plastic tube going into a radiator looking thing ( not the coolant radiator) this tubing is for ur turbo. ull notice similar tubing on the top. one plastic tube at a time go around and look for any cracks u might see but the big problem usually lies where the tubes connect via hose clamps and rubber sleeves. especially the tube going into the cooler under the front of the car. look carefully and get underneath there. takes any plastics off to see. im tellin u if one of those tubes lets outside air in it will cause issues, its called unmetered air that doesnt cross the path of the maf sensor. look around very well ive seen many of these with the same systems. grab the tubes and move them around.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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