Question about 1998 Volvo S70
I HAVE A 1995 T-5 TURBO AND IT IS POSSIBLE LOW ON 134-A BUT IF IT HAS CLIMATE CONTROL THERE ARE AT LEAST 10 SENSORS TO MAKE SYSTEM WORK PROPERLY ESPECIALLY THE DUCT SENSORS UNDER THE HEADLINER WHAT HAPPENS IS A FAULTY SENSOR WILL SHUT DOWN AND WILL START UP AGAIN AFTER THE RELAY COOLS DOWN VOLVO CLIMATE CONTROL CAN BE A NIGHTMARE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE CABIN FILTHER IS NOT CLOGGED IT CAN SEND FALSE DATA TO THE ECC SYSTEM AND A CODE IS STORED I AM AN EXPERT ON THESE SYSTEMS AND SOMETIMES THEY DRIVE ME CRAZY
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
You most likely need to replenish the A/C. This is easy to do...
Go to local auto shop and get RF-134 refrigerant, they should have one with the hose and gauge already to go. The port is on the left side (as you are facing the car) of the engine. Look for the refrigerant warnings. Hook up the refrigerant and start the car, let it run for a few minutes. release refrigerant until gauge is in the green. You can probably find better instructions through Google.
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