Question about Volvo XC90
If it a turbo model (petrol or diesel) there may be a loose or damaged hose to or from the turbo or intercooler, preventing charge air entering the engine. to have a quick check (this may or may not work, but it's worth a go) open the bonnet/hood with the engine running and listen for any blowing, sucking or whistling noises when the engine is revved. also, if you know anyone with an ODB2 diagnostic unit, they would be able to plug it in (socket under dash) and tell you more accurately what the problem is.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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