Question about Volvo XC70
Sounds to be a clogged catalyctic converter, have someone install a vac. gauge on the intake and see if the gauge drops while driving if it does the cat is at fault, by dropping i mean it will slowly go to almost zero vac and stay there as the car heats up.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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