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GAS HEATER I want to know does volve 740 has device that heats the gas before it goes combution?

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  • Anonymous Jul 21, 2008

    Dear, it is true that volvo 740 yr 1989 dont have oxygen sensor? and it used a kind of injector that not the type fully electronic ?

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No, it does not. No car heats gas, some diesels have or used to have a 'glow plug' to get the diesel started but gas cars do not.

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