My guess is that the hinge clips are broken - it's hard to see how it works after the clips are broken off. I purchased and installed a replacement hinge from Myswedishparts.com. I emailed asking for help and they provided direction, but it's pretty easy. Use a small punch to drive the centers out of the plastic attachement pins to get the old hinge off. Replace the hinge, press the center pins in and re-attach the door. There was a drawing on the referenced web site when I replaced mine, but I just looked and didn't see it. I'm sure there are many places to purchase the replacement hinge - that's just where I bought mine.
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There was no need for them to replace the fuel pump unless it was in one assembly with the fuel pick-up & fuel gauge sending unit.
I sounds like they installed a factory defective replacement pump or did a defective installation job.
Have them put a different new fuel pump to see if the one they put in was a factory dud.
It more than likely may be the fuel pump. My girlfriend recently had the same problem with her S60 I came across a recall for the fuel pump. I took it by the dealers and they took care of it free of charge. The only negative thing I guess is that they kept it for a few days.
Had a similar problem recently where I would press the accelerator almost to the floor before I got a response and when I ran the A/C it was worse. Also my car kept stalling out when at idle. Volvo dealerships are extremely expensive. I took mine to a Bosch service center (more of a mom & pop shop) and the price was more reasonable. The drivability (sp?) problem was the rear oxygen sensor for me. I also had a fuel pressure sensor and MAP (labeled as pressure sensor from Volvo) sensor replaced. The parts are expensive, but it fixed my issue. There is a front and rear oxygen sensor so it could be either. The parts are $219 each. The fuel pressure and MAP sensor are cheaper, but only by about $40. They are not hard to replace though. Once I had the rear oxygen sensor replaced the car was back to normal. I have a 2003 S60 with 97K miles.
passenger side under car ,10mm socket ,remove bracket ,press in plastic retainer and pull filter or fuel line on both side,install new filter with arrow facing forward inside bracket, crank about 2 times and it should start