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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: feul filter 2002 volvo s60
passenger side under car ,10mm socket ,remove bracket ,press in plastic retainer and pull filter or fuel line on both side,install new filter with arrow facing forward inside bracket, crank about 2 times and it should start
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
THE 445 IS THE EVAP PURGE VALVE IT MAY BE BAD BOTH 446 IS SAME VAVLE YOU NEED TO SEE IF THE HOSE ARE GOOD ON THIS VAVLE MAKE SHERE NO CRACKS IF NOT PULL HOSES AND SEE IF SOMTHING IN VAVLE ITS NEAR THE CANSTER AND THAT IS NEAR THE GAS TANK UNDER CAR PUT CHECK GAS CAP MAKE SHERE ITS TIGHT HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Use an OBD II code reader and it will tell your exactly what d prob. is then research on the web for a solution. Just google the code w/ car year and other specs and there'll be something there.
Posted on May 30, 2010
P0058 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 2 Sensor 2) HO2S MONITOR
P0064 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 2 Sensor 3)
The HO2S sensors must be tested thoroughly because they are at the heart of the Fuel and Catalyst monitors.
The operation of the Emissions control in OBD depends on the sensors being at proper operating temperature. Both the catalysts and the HO2S sensors need to be at several hundred degrees C before they are working efficiently, so the latter have heaters built in to get them up to operating temperature as soon as possible. Because the HO2S sensors need to operate at near stoichometry they cannot be used when rich fuel/air mixtures are needed and so:
For 180 seconds from cold start the system is Open Loop - fuelling is arranged as a function of temperature, (ECT, IAT) and air input (MAF) etc, with no reference to stoichometric (lamda) levels. The engine is in open loop during WOT (Wide Open Throttle). When the engine is in negative torque (ie overrun, engine being driven by transmission) fuel may not be delivered via the INJectors at all. During such periods fuelling is in Open Loop. The HO2S sensors are numbered so that the upstream sensor 1 is always on the Bank which contains Cylinder # One. The down stream sensor is numbered 2. Hence the DOHC engine designs contain the HO2S sensors 11 (forward of the Catalyst) and 12 (downstream of the catalyst).
On the V6 24V the driver's side of the engine contains Cylinder 1, so the configuration is shown here:
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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