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I have a 1989 Volvo 240 DL it keeps stalling and poping when it gets warm after 5 to 10 mins. I replaced timing belt did a tuneup and the 2 fuel filters and pump its so weird just can't pinpoint the problem. Can you help me?

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Try replacing the intake manifold gasket. Take the opportunity to do all the things that are tough to do when the manifold is in place, like cleaning out all the vacuum ports and replacing the rear water temperature sensor. If you pull the manifold completely out (which is not necessarily required) clean out the oil mist separator as well.

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