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> 98 S90, Cranks But No Start!, Spark, cranks, compression, fuel but no start!
DCamp
post Jan 26 2013, 12:19 PM
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I have a 98 S90, AT, with 165k miles. I was driving to work when at a stop light the engine started to idle rough, diesel, little to no power. Cranked and started for awhile then finally would not start at all. After trouble shooting and following guidance from this forum it still will not start. so far this is what I have done. I have spark, timing good, fuel at the injectors, compression avg. 128psi on all 6. I have checked the cam shaft sensor(good spark), replaced the crank shaft sensor with new one, installed used but good ECU. Still nothing!
PNP/neutral safety switch next???? Thanks in advance volvo heads this one has me stumped!

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post Jan 26 2013, 07:21 PM
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QUOTE (DCamp @ Jan 26 2013, 01:19 PM)
I have a 98 S90, AT, with 165k miles. I was driving to work when at a stop light the engine started to idle rough, diesel, little to no power. Cranked and started for awhile then finally would not start at all. After trouble shooting and following guidance from this forum it still will not start. so far this is what I have done. I have spark, timing good, fuel at the injectors, compression avg. 128psi on all 6. I have checked the cam shaft sensor(good spark), replaced the crank shaft sensor with new one, installed used but good ECU. Still nothing!
PNP/neutral safety switch next???? Thanks in advance volvo heads this one has me stumped!

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you say you have a diesel car,if that is the case,then look on the bottom of the fuel filter, you will find a nut open it, you may find you have a little water in it,next close the nut,next pump up the pressure in your fuel pump as hard as it can go ,then get someone to turn your key to start the engine,as you keep pumping the fuel pump.
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