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there should be a slot you can put a flat head screwdriver in to turn the motor round and close the roof. the motor assembly there is a magnet inside and a reader to tell the motor when to stop or move. the sensor can fail and ope till it cannot move any more it also as a water trigger. this in the event that the vehicle is under water the sunroof opens so you can get out. this feature can go wrong a well.

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Oct 02, 2019


This could be your IAC valve, or idle air valve which is supposed to open fully when the car is put into drive. If not, engine will stall out. Clean throttle body, as well as the IAC valve with carb cleaner. Turn IAC upside down so carb cleaner does not enter the body of the valve or motor end of business.

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Feb 09, 2019


have the injectors overhauled by a professional diesel shop
indications are that they are squirting and nit atomizing as required for a cold engine

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Feb 07, 2018


You are to replace the radio

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Feb 02, 2018


bigger is not better when it comes to turbo units as Leyland found out when they fitted a turbo to a 690 diesel that resulted in the destruction of the engines and damage to the company reputation of a reliable engine manufacturer
Subsequent engineering found that a much smaller turbo produced more power without the destroying the engine
The turbo fitted to the engine originally is the correct unit for the maximum power that the engine mechanicals can handle
What you have to do is to ensure that the variable vanes of the turbo are working correctly and there are no boost pressures lost from intercooler leaks and loose hoses
Run the fault codes to determine sensor and actuators for the existing turbo are fully operational

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Jan 07, 2018


You can check this website, you find there wiring diagrams for Volvo V70

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2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Jul 12, 2017


everything is at 12 o'clock. see diagram from autozone.com

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2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Jun 12, 2017


Seems excessive for just a cable unless the transmission has to be removed and dismantled.

I suggest you check with the dealer for costs and parts availability and the dealer price would typically be the most expensive quote for your guidance.
Then you should ask at least a couple of local transmission specialists who would typically be 30 - 40% cheaper.

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Jun 01, 2017


Four qts of tranny fluid is a lot if u didn't overfill it? About all you can try is a bottle of Transmedic or Transx type fluid from auto parts store. If that doesn't break sticking clutch plates loose you will have to replace the transmission or have it rebuilt.

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on May 22, 2017


It's due to your etm is starting to fail that's the first warning sign it will get worse

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Apr 18, 2017


https://www.matthewsvolvosite.com/volvo-1999-and-newer-codes

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Apr 13, 2017


Bad oil seals in your turbo ! The turbo has to b replaced thanx Chris

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Mar 26, 2017


probably because you car needs a service !

2001 Volvo V70 | Answered on Oct 03, 2016

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