Sounds like a possible fuel problem to me. There should be a schraeder valve somewhere on the fuel rail. After turning key to on, or cranking it for a bit, unscrew the cover cap and take a real small screw drive and punch the center valve (looks like a small tire air valve). It should spurt out pretty good so watch your eyes. If it's not building pressure, fuel will come out at a poor dribble or hardly come out at all which would indicate a bad fuel pump or extremely clogged fuel filter. Since it does crank eventually it sounds like the ignition system is working, so I'd lean toward researching the fuel issue first since it sounds like it may be taking a while for the pump to build enough pressure to pop the injectors.
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RUN the scanner/computer for better diagnostic. the BCM can be faulty, need to make mayor TUNE UP , and need reliability in your vehicle,.the electronic tech now is very complicated.do not waste your time and money. God bless you
no you check the tip of the rotor lines up with the edge of the cutout on your distributor body .that is the basic adjustment. you move the distributor very small amounts when adjusting the dwell angle when you use the timing light.
DTC P1014 - B Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1). At engine start-up the control module checks that the camshaft is in the correct position in relation to the crankshaft. Diagnostic trouble code (DTC) ECM-62 is stored if the control module detects the camshaft in an incorrect position on start up.
Possible source: Camshaft cogs incorrectly seated Incorrectly installed camshaft pulley Contact resistance in the terminals.
Condition: Malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) lit The engine misfires.
DTC P1237 - Turbo Control Valve Looks like the turbo is not producing enough boost. Check the waste gate
hoses and the waste gate itself to see if its bound up. If the waste
gate is working right, I would suspect a bad turbo.
This is an advanced level repair. You may want to have Volvo do the diagnostics on this one. Your code is for low turbo boost pressure. The waste gate is a big silver actuator on the turbo. It has vacuum hoses going to it. See if they are all hooked up. Also see if you can move the lever that the actuator pushes on. If its jammed that may be your problem.
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;check battery to body; and engine earth cabel if ok check starter connections. with a volt meter check battery volts when cold should be about 12.6 volts now crank engine over note reading should drop about 1 volt. if it drops alot more you will have a starter fault think you will find a problem with earth cabel i assume you have correct oil grade in engine
All S70's have a 2.4 liter. There should be a numbers like 2.4 or 2400cc or something like that. The 7th and 8th vin digit is the engine. 55 is a B 2454 S engine. If unsure call the dealer parts dept and they can tell you, based on the VIN number.
A 2001 is difficult to power-up. Depending on your budget I would do a high flow intake and exaust. If it is an LPT you can always put in a bigger turbo with a higher flow. If it is an LPT look for a turbo beginning TD014. The next numbers are the different performances e.g. 18T 19T. After that get a custom tune flashed into your computer. If it is an LPT, a 19T with these mods can increase the power to almost 300hp.
Check the tube from the air cleaner to the turbo, plus the intake on the air cleaner. It really sounds like something got sucked into the turbo. Best not run the car until you check it out! If there is a lot of smoke, your turbo is shot! Some can be rebuilt though! The high pitched sound could be your alternator. After you have checked the other things, remove the belt to the alternator, start the car, if the noise is still there, then let us know. OK Frankster016