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2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Dec 12, 2017


Possible reverse light switch problem or relay.The switch is more common to fail. It is located on top of the transmission and the air filter box assembly will usually have to be removes for access to the switch

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2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Mar 08, 2016


check for failed blower resistors or faulty motor speed control module

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Nov 02, 2015


most abs light will go out if the problem is repaired

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on May 01, 2015


It should be clipped onto the air filter housing

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Feb 14, 2015


If you are hearing clicks when you turn the key and if you know where the starter is, get under there and tap it with a hammer. Sounds archaic but when they start to go bad they stick. When you turn the key, the starter acts like the old hand crank you see in movies to spin the engine. When you release the key the starter believes it did its job and goes dormant. Anyway, if you hear clicks when you turn the key and if it starts after hitting it that is likely your problem.

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015


Either valve stem seals or head gasket?

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Jun 27, 2014


well after you turn it off unscrew the oil cap and look to see if the lifters are freshly wet plus my 96 850 turbo burns oil like crazy, i check it every saturday and always need to add at least half quart depending on how much i drove you would be surprised. so it might be low its not a bad thing for them to burn oil as long as you keep it full, i use valvoline high milege 10-30 oil all year. if its full and oiled then it may be a faulty reading

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014


The ECM has numerous sensors that are read continuously and these results are checked against pre-set parameters in the CPU memories. Every possible cause of a fault code is an associated sensor that is being affected by the fault so there are several possible reasons that cause the fault . That is to say wiring is a possible cause ---the unit itself is another possible cause---low /high voltage is another and so on. Take it to a service centre as with most makes of vehicles there is a common fault problem that experienced technicians are aware of and can pin point quickly. As with advice from readers the causes are general areas of advice to look at so if it appears confusing then take it to an experienced shop.

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on May 20, 2014


Check the drain hose to be sure its not pluged it may be causing the evapoater core to freeze

2001 Volvo V70... | Answered on May 10, 2014

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