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There are a few possibility on this one. If you run it out of gas or really low on gas you could of sucked junk up from the bottom of the tank and you will need to replace your fuel filter. Another is that your fuel pump us going bad and you would need to check the pressure. Your throttle position sensor may have gone bad. Your idle control valve is another. Your map sensor or mas sensor could be bad
The automatic transmissions on these vehicles are known to die early in
the life of the car and Volvo is well aware that the vehicle has a dud
auto transmission. The symptoms you have mentioned are an indication
that the transmission has had it. It's basically just running in limp
You don't say what mileage this vehicle has clocked up but even low mileage vehicles have had to
have the entire transmission replaced due to failures like yours. You
also, no doubt, have a transmission alert showing on the dash.
bad news is that a replacement automatic transmission will now be necessary
and this will be costly. Even then, with these cars, you could experience another
transmission failure after just another 30000 miles or so of driving.