Corrie19996 months ago

Get the full title to continue reading from where you left off, or restart the preview.

Matchmaker15 months ago

Vehicle Power Harness - Series 2000, Multi-ECM All information subject to change without notice. (Rev. (Rev. 3/02))

Gary19964 months ago

Coolant Temperature = 91c. The engine was at normal operating temperature.

FordOwner4 months ago

The car also appeared to warm up quicker. Over-all it felt OK. So what did the software say?

petHead4 months ago

Injector Harness Schematic -Series 92-8V and Series 149- 8V

Fionas_Boy4 months ago

Calculated load = 23.14%. The engine is at idle and just pulling its own weight, so to speak.

Pete_W4 months ago

Vehicle Electronic Programming System Vehicle Interface Harness Vehicle Power Shutdown

Red4 months ago

Downloading and installing it took no time at all and the e-mail with the code arrived on a Saturday morning, despite me not sending the payment until Friday evening (great service).

MDG Ltd4 months ago

After a fourteen hour weekend, I gave up and borrowed the wife's car to get to work on Monday.

petHead4 months ago

The drive takes about an hour to do the 40 miles, I am not against over-taking, but there is little to be gained when there are another twenty cars in front of this one!

Fionas_Boy4 months ago

If some of this gets back into the oil system its curtains for your lovely turbo, camshaft and possibly crankshaft bearings.

Gary19964 months ago

Pressure Sensor Governor For Fire Maintains a set water pressure on a fire truck water pump. Trucks The engine speed will vary to maintain a constant water pressure. This feature is in fire trucks. Pressure Sensor Governor Light For Fire Trucks Pulse Width Indicates that the Pressure Sensor Governor is active.

Fionas_Boy4 months ago

One week of commuting has been passed without incident, so I may have found the cure. Check back in a month to be sure.

Bri19874 months ago

Under the starboard side of the intake manifold (cam belt end) is a 19mm banjo bolt the secures the PCV suction tube to the intake manifold. Undo this and if oil drips out, you have a blocked PCV box and you need to sort this out.

R2_Amazeballs4 months ago

Some turbocharged vehicles are fitted with a boost gauge, which lets you how much boost your turbo is producing (you can also fit one to your car if desired). If your boost gauge isn’t going up as much as it used to, then there is a good chance your turbo is in need of repair.

Col Minessota4 months ago

Close up of the 'hot wire' element, again you can see the baked on dirt.

Mary4 months ago

EOP ESH ESS ETS EUI EUP FEI FMI FPS FRS FTS HEI ICPS ICTS IRIS ISD LSG OEM OI

R2_Amazeballs4 months ago

'Curious George' cut the oil separator tank in half after giving it a quick wash out with degreasing agent. Note: - Some small black specs are from the cutting process.

MDG Ltd4 months ago

I replaced the oil separation box and its hoses, re-fitted it and the intake manifold, then dropped a manifold bolt down....behind the oil box!

Pete_W4 months ago

I ran the car at idle when I got home, the MAF value was 2.30 to 2.38 over a 100 second period. That is MUCH lower than with the old MAF, which usually recorded around 3.5 to 3.8 g/s. that is between 62% to 67% of the old recorded airflow at idle. Or put another way, the engine thought it was getting 52% to 59% more air than it was.

Fireboy4 months ago

Short Term Fuel Trim Bank 1 = -9.38%. The ECU has reduced the amount of fuel it is supplying by 9.38% as the engine seems to be running too rich.

MechExp4 months ago

Top tip - use gaffer tape to blank off all the holes in the slam panel, by habit you will probably rest tools on it and they WILL drop down a hole!

Fionas_Boy4 months ago

The new MAF arrived this morning, very please with that as I ordered it on Thursday evening. Fitting it was easy. I have perfected the art of removing the intake system over the last months!

FordOwner4 months ago

With the oil separator box removed, the lower opening can clearly be seen to be clogged.

Corrie19994 months ago

F Fan Control, 5-69 digital inputs, 4-11 digital outputs, 4-26 dual fans, 5-75 single fan, 5-71 two-speed fan, 5-77 variable speed single-fan, 5-80 Ferrule, 3-86, 3-88 Fire Truck Pump Pressure Sensor, 3-140 Flash Codes, 7-3, 5-25, definition of, 5-26 FMI DDEC identifier, 6-3 definition of, 5-26 Fuel Economy Incentive, 5-83 Fuel Pressure Sensor, 3-115 Fuel Pressure Sensor (FPS), 3-115 Fuel Restriction Sensor (FRS), 3-116, 5-122 Fuel Temperature Sensor (FTS), 3-117

R2_Amazeballs4 months ago

It has taken me a fair while to get around to changing the spark plugs and part of the reason is..."Which ones do I need?"

MechExp4 months ago

Hopefully the new MAF will sort out the hesitancy at idle when cold and also cure the P2188 fault code. Maybe then I can get the pump numbers up to the dash numbers? Now THAT would be a result!

Porker4 months ago

What are some of the symptom’s I can expect if my breather system is clogged?

Fireboy4 months ago

Close up of the intake air temperature sensor, from the airflow side, showing the accumulated dirt.

petHead4 months ago

In the case of my Volvo, it was hesitation off-idle and general bad behaviour and unresponsiveness in the lower rev range.

petHead4 months ago

So far this week the light has stayed off. So fingers crossed. I am not holding my breath!

MechExp4 months ago

The Haynes manual says to use Bosch FR7DPP10's or FR7DPP+'s. I checked their spec on this site and they are both 19mm long. The trouble was, I could not find any. Not to mention the general census of opinion on the Volvo support sites is that the plugs of choice are Volvo orginal equipment.

Watergirl4 months ago

Fuel trim from cold (having re-set the computer) was pretty good, a spike of -22, then one of -19, then a third of -16. Where as before it would be banging off the -25 end stop pretty often for the the first 280 seconds. Those figures were for +12c (historic) and +9c today, so it is not like the previosu value was a colder start!

Gary19964 months ago

Volvo S60 crank case fault

Often, a failing turbocharger will make a loud, distinctive noise when under boost. If you start to hear this noise from your engine, it’s definitely time to have it checked out!

Mary4 months ago

R Receiver ECMs first receiver, 3-13, 3-20 second receiver, 3-13, 3-20 Rockford Powertrain, Inc., E-1 RPM Mode, 5-197

Watergirl4 months ago

Well the replacement correct plugs have arrived and I have been given a refund by Volvopartshop.com, top marks to them for being customer focused. They will of course benefit in the long run, as I have plans on replacing the 'positive crankcase ventilation' oil catch tank and its pipe work, plus the thermostat, which appears sluggish at best.

Bri19874 months ago

I should add that if I run the car on petrol, the engine warning light goes out. So as far as I am concerned, the problem was solved by replacing the Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF sensor).

Matchmaker14 months ago

The quick test was pretty positive, but next week will give it a 'yeah or nay'.

Pete_W4 months ago

The same sensor after cleaning with a can of electrical cleaner.

Bri19874 months ago

Well it is one week and about 250 miles on from when I fitted the new MAF. I am quietly confident that the problem is now solved, but it is still too early to be dancing in the rain to celebrate.

Watergirl3 months ago
This problem has been solved

- see solution here