Question about 1999 Volvo S70
Posted by Anonymous on
Throttle position sensor is part of the throttle body assembly. It is not sold as a separate part. You need to replace the throttle assembly. Remove the intake tube, remove the 4 bolts and disconnect the electrical plug. It will need to be programmed by someone withe the Volvo Vida software.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
we have the same car, i would have a mechanic check the ECU. thats the first step in finding out what is wrong and why its burning so mutch fuel. it could also be your air filter, but then agian, you wouldnt be burning a tank of gas a day. well hope you get it fixed.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
it is on the back side of the roter and yes it is easy to fix and no there is on special tools just undo the two bolts pull it off unpluge it and then put the new one on and have a good day
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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Don't remember exactly , but I think it could be done without dash removal.
It's done from driver side footwell area , tight but possible.
You have to take out lower center consol side cover , next to the accelerator pedal and roll the carpet out of the way, and you will see the heater core case. Remove cover on the case (some have it on the side , some on the bottom).Two pipes going from firewall to the core have to be disconnected before core removal (will leak coolant , have some rags on the floor to absorbe it).
Slide heater core out , put new one in gently as the accelerator pedal is on your way , try to avoid damaging core a lot.
Always replace heater core pipes o-rings.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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