Question about Volvo 740
I suggest clean and adjust the Throtle Body. If that doesn't do it, check all the
rubber hoses. Its an old wives
tale that everyone seems to follow. I have never seen a Volvo Fuel
filter ever get clogged. They get changed every 30k miles for
maintenance purposes. If all hoses are good and you clean the throtle
body and still have issues, then the airmass meter may be giving you a
Check if your Antilock light is on and the car is sluggish that is a classic case of a bad over-voltage protection relay. The relay provides power to the engine management system and to the ABS brake system. When the relay fails you have a hard time starting the car when cold and the ABS light comes on. The relay is located under the hood behind the battery. You'll need to remove the plastic shroud behind the battery to get to the relay. Check the fuses in the top of the relay first but if they are good just replace the relay. It will solve both of your problems.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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