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Engine management light

I own a volvo S40 T2 2000 model, the car has been servised by a volvo dealership, they are unable to get the engine management light to stay off.

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My car volvo s40 2000 had problem with engine managment light. I took it to the garage & they did dignostic check and the problem was(reset the camshaft valve)he gave me the part nomber and i put new part in ad problem solved.i do not know the name of part but this part is next to the spark plugs on right hand side,its got 4 bullts and the wire pluged in to it. It might be not problem with your car becaus macanic told me that this is not the common foult with s40, with yor car it may be sensor. good luck

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