Last post on Apr 21, 2011 at 9:21 AM
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Volvo S80, Fuel System, Sedan
Oct 30, 2008 (6:20 am)
Can anyone please tell me where I can find ALL the codes to the Volvo diagnostic codes?
#15 of 23 email@example.com
Mar 13, 2009 (11:18 am)
Do I need an extra cooler fitted to the gearbox on my 2002 S80 D5 auto when towing a 1500kg
#16 of 23 volvo s80 d5 error codes
Jul 06, 2009 (8:04 am)
hi just had fault diagnosed on my volvo s80 d5 2005 model, the codes that came up were p1700, p1516 and p0700 can anyone tell me what these codes are and what they mean i have been having a few probs with auto gearbox it is great when cold but starts gerking when hot from start thank you karl
#17 of 23 Volvo 2004 S80 T6 w/99K
Nov 30, 2009 (9:37 am)
Error code: P0030 , H02S Bank #1 , Sensor #1, I beleive this to be one of the two front oxygen sensors , don't know if it is drivers side or pass. side , I don't know if I should replace both sensors being it has 99K ,Is it a easy Job? Dealer Cost $400 EA. , After Mrkt. $100 to $250 range , Check out junk yards? Do U use Hi-Temp Anti Sieze Lube when installing replacements.
Jan 26, 2010 (8:32 am)
My CD player will not eject CD's and delivers a code "ERROR". It is an HU-801
The previous radio/CD would not eject CD's either so I replace it with one (described above) from the Web. Same problem but with the Error code.
Could this be something wrong with something besides the radio/CD? Can I do anything without going to a dealer??
#19 of 23 Re: Volvo 2004 S80 T6 w/99K [yapple]
Sep 13, 2010 (1:21 pm)
Hello did you ever get answers to these questions. I have an 2002 S80 with bank 2 sensor 1 showing probems. What model sensor did you buy for the front under the hood Bosch 17034? I have seen after market versions allot cheaper have you heard anything about them in your findings?
#20 of 23 Car stalling
Apr 21, 2011 (9:21 am)
#21 of 23 Car stalling
Oct 26, 2010 (3:07 pm)
I have a 2000 S80 with 55,000 miles. We recently replaced the rack and pinion. Spent over $5000 this month with Volvo. While driving I got stalled. Towed it in to Volvo. Volvo said I was out of gas and battery dead. Replaced battery. Ever since then, I've gotten stalled while driving. Did I ruin the fuel injector? Why can't Volvo figure this out? What do you think it would cost me?
#22 of 23 2000 S80 keeps stalling while driving
Oct 26, 2010 (3:27 pm)
I have a 2000 S80 with 55,000 miles. We recently replaced the rack and pinion. Spent over $5000 this month with Volvo. While driving I got stalled. Towed it in to Volvo. Volvo said I was out of gas and battery dead. Replaced battery. Ever since then, I've gotten stalled while driving. Did I ruin the fuel injector? So far, Volvo has disconnected the fan, changed voltage regulator, took air out of steering unit, changed mass air flow. Why can't Volvo figure this out? What do you think it would cost me?
#23 of 23 I truly need some advice!!!
Apr 21, 2011 (9:21 am)
I bought a 2000 Volvo S80 T-6 Turbo 2 years ago. It has all the "bells-n-whistles"; pwr. moonroof, in-dash CD changer, blah, blah, blah. And, in case I sond stupid, it's because I know very little about cars...
Last winter, I got stuck in an icy driveway (I live in Maine). I tried and tried to get "n" stuck, to no avail. After trying for the better part of 2 hours, I was SO(!!!) pissed I got out of the car and slammed the door. No, I mean I SLAMMED the door! This is where a bad night got worse; as I exited the car, I threw the door open and, without looking back at the car, SLAMMED the door. I heard a "popping" sound. The sound happened just once and, right about the time my brain matter started shooting out of my ears, I turned and saw what the noise was; I truly believed I had shattered the window. Boy, was I wrong; glass was fine. What WAS NOT fine was the side-curtain AIR BAG!!! "This MUTHER%#*&ing car! (SLAAAAAMMMM) POP!" airbag debris, slowly falling like the snow...
Last summer I discovered: It was surging and then hesitating, oil was leaking into the transmission; it no longer shifted properly (so, in order to drive it, I have had to use the transmission in "manual shift" mode), one of the turbo's is shot and, in December, it just stopped starting.
So, calling upon a friend who knows more abot cars than I EVER will, he brought his handheld scanner (?), plugged it into the car and got the code that something called the "Camshaft position (CMP) Sensor" needed replacing. So, had the car towed to the mechanic ($275), ordered the part ($267.89 plus 7.5% tax), had the part installed (4 hours of labor $55.00 per hour = $220) and... drum roll, please.....!
Still won't start. NOW I need a new computer ($1,200), plus the software ($135) and then I have to pay the dealership to INSTALL the software.
I guess my question is this: while I love the car, is it worth it to put the new computer in?