Question about 1998 Volvo V70
Did you get all the evap canister hoses replaced? This is usually caused by a U-shaped hose connecting the canister to the fuel breather system which breaks down much quicker than a straight hose due to high pressure. The S70 has a J-shaped hose and is much easily accessible. But in the V70, it is tucked just above the rear suspension and is much harder to see let alone change. The best way to do it is remove the fuel filter and its bracket. Hose is in a small space just behind it. However, I have done it by just unscrewing the fuel filter and very slightly tucking it out of the way (without removing any fuel lines). If you don't remove the fuel filter though, you need to take the right rear wheel off just to remove the other side of the hose.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
Check the charcoal canister
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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