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I have a 2010 XC60 T6 AWD with 170,000 miles on it. Yesterday I was getting on the highway, accelerated, check engine light came on (flashing) then the "reduce speed or shift up" warning came on the screen. I had it towed to where my daughter's boyfriend works (Toyota)and parked it there. He wasn't able to look at it until after 3 pm today. In the meanwhile, I did some searching on google and saw that more than likely it was plugs and ignition coils. He did a generic scan and came up with codes P0350 - P0356. Misfire in cylinder 5. He pulled out the coil for 5 and it was melted. So we replaced that Got all new plugs (the old ones were worn.) Didn't start still. It was trying to turn over and didn't. Got the other 5 coils, replaced those and still will not start. We disconnected the battery to see if maybe the computer may have disabled the engine from starting just in case it felt something was wrong. Still nothing.

Could it be a bad fuel pump? The nearest actual Volvo dealership is not one I want to go to, as they are no good...lol

Any thoughts on this from anyone would be greatly appreciated.

Chad

2010 XC60 T6
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QUOTE (mias_daddy @ Sep 29 2018, 08:20 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I have a 2010 XC60 T6 AWD with 170,000 miles on it. Yesterday I was getting on the highway, accelerated, check engine light came on (flashing) then the "reduce speed or shift up" warning came on the screen. I had it towed to where my daughter's boyfriend works (Toyota)and parked it there. He wasn't able to look at it until after 3 pm today. In the meanwhile, I did some searching on google and saw that more than likely it was plugs and ignition coils. He did a generic scan and came up with codes P0350 - P0356. Misfire in cylinder 5. He pulled out the coil for 5 and it was melted. So we replaced that Got all new plugs (the old ones were worn.) Didn't start still. It was trying to turn over and didn't. Got the other 5 coils, replaced those and still will not start. We disconnected the battery to see if maybe the computer may have disabled the engine from starting just in case it felt something was wrong. Still nothing.

Could it be a bad fuel pump? The nearest actual Volvo dealership is not one I want to go to, as they are no good...lol

Any thoughts on this from anyone would be greatly appreciated.

Chad

2010 XC60 T6
170,000

you need to check for more codes and clear them if fixed

then check for codes for fuel if you think it is the fuel pump but I would say check the work you have done and check for a vacuum leak in the small rubber hoses.
 
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