Question about 1998 Volvo V70
At the begining it was just the sound of a shift while the car was stopped at the trafic lights. then the car started stalling, revs lowered to 500 RPM and back to approx. 1000 RPM while the car stopped at trafic lights and, eventually, shuts down. Put it on parking, switch it on and the car is running again normal for a while. I took it to the authorized Volvo shop and the connected the car to the computer. They couldn't find anything, obviously because the sporadic ocurrence. Always occurred in "idle' mode. At high speed in the highway was normal, until now that I started feeling that the engine is lagging, like it was stuck and the engine light is on. Any idea about was going on with this engine?
Mr Delio I asume that your car is piece of sheet because mine has the same problem.
Pehaps going at low RPM the inyection system do not work propely due to the need of clean the inside car. Lets consider that at low RPM for a short time the inyection can be block out.
On the other hand may be could be a condenser that lost its energy for a while.
I f you need futher assistance just pay for it.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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