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2001 Volvo S80 fault codes P0731 and P1618. Does my transmission need to be replaced?
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They have full manuals and it's verrrrry cheap and mine
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3rd time I bought it, I also had an issue with the file so the girl replaced it in 30 mins
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2001 Volvo S80
on Aug 27, 2019
2001 S60 T5 ambient temperature sensor problem
It's been a while since you asked but in the event you still have this issue - I would definitely start with testing the sensor to start and if found faulty, replace.
On my 2007 S60 T5 I experienced similarly erratic ambient temperature readings which effected my A/C operation.
While awaiting the arrival of the replacement sensor (~$15) I removed the door panels and treated the various wiring connectors to some contact cleaner and dielectric grease during reassmebly.. Despite a Volvo Service Bulletin highlighting potential problems with corroded wiring harnesses; in my case the connectors all looks clean and corrosion free - and after this exercise there was no improvement with the erractic ambient temperature readings.
Once the sensor arrived I was able to easily replace it. It took less than 15 min and required only a plastic pry bar and T15 Torex wrench. Testing the sensors with an DVM I found that the new/good sensor read 167K Ohms, while the old/faulty sensor was open with no resistance reading.
Thus on the basis of my personal experience I would recommend testing the sensor to start and if it is found to be the problem, replace. If it is not faulty then proceed with cleaning wiring harness connections.
2001 Volvo S60
on Aug 19, 2019
My 2002 Volvo S60 was in a car accident. My
Sorry to **** in
Consiquential = Subsiquent damage as a result of a failure/ accident.
Speak to the insurance company and say its a result of the accident. The above is the same, any way Volvos Rock (Shame about the Ford Part)
Old British Mechanic
P.S Sorry about the spelling
2002 Volvo S60
on Aug 10, 2019
Volvo xc 60 rear fog does not work, bulb is ok.
HiFriendOnly the left side (if the driver position is located at this side) or right side (the drive in the opposite side) will be work because the fog lamp must work only in one side - left or right (or other drivers will see both lamps as brake lights - and due to this reason, only the left one (your driver position is on the same side) is working. So, you can think "and about the right side, why is the reason the fog light has a power cord if this side doesn't work? So I will answer you: your Volvo car has a security system called VOLVO ACTIVE BRAKE LIGHTING (you can make a search with these words) which both "fog" lamps will be turned on at the same time of your brake lights in an emergency situation when you need to stop your car quickly and intensively. That's it, friend. I hope to have helped you with your question.
2010 Volvo XC60
on Jul 12, 2019
NO TURN SIGNALS-BUT FLASHERS WORK
PROBLEM WAS FLASHER SWITCH WHICH HOUSES RELAY FOR TURN SIGNALS AND FLASHER UNIT--IT IS SOLID STATE AND WORKS WHEN YOU TAP ON IT--ORDERED ONE--IT SOUNDED LIKE A DIFFERENT RELAY BECAUSE SWITCH IS ABOUT 6 INCHES LONG AND EXTENDS BEHIND RADIO/CD/TAPE PLAYER--WHICH IS EASILY REMOVED (PUSH ON 2 SIDE TABS AND THEY POP OUT-GRAB THEM AND PULL ASSEMBLY OUT--PUSH RELAY OUT FROM BEHIND TOWARDS YOU--UNHOOK AND REPLACE--A 5 MIN REPAIR
2004 Volvo V70
on Jul 10, 2019
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