Question about 1989 Volvo 740
1989 740 Turbo sedan, with 160,000 miles -- a volvo teenager! every summer, when the air temperature is over about 95 degrees Fahrenheit, and that is quite often in northern California, the Volvo has difficulty going up long hills and starts to lose power. Other driving conditions are fine. Has anyone experienced anything similar? None of the local mechanics can id the problem. thanks, Elena
Easy - get a new friggin car - what you are driving is deffo bad for the environment. Amazed they let you keep such an old car in Calif.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
THOSE VEHICLES HAVE A SECONDARY FUEL PUMP THAT FEEDS FUEL TO MAIN PUMP UNDER VEHICLE. THE SECONDARY PUMP IS INSIDE THE FUEL TANK. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE 2NDARY PUMP IS STARTING TO SEIZE ON YOU. CAUSING POOR FUEL PRESURE AND MAKING VEHICLE TO LOOSE POWER
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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