howardc64 added a topic in North West Region (NWC)NWC crew still have gathering meets?Hey Guys:
I run the Howard's Volvo website that lots of P2 DIYers use. I recently purchased a 2000 V70XC SE AWD with 167k miles. Bought it to fix it up for a single mom in difficult financial transition. Have a problem that has me stumped, was hoping I can show some experts at a meet and get your thoughts. Posted my problem description here
UPDATE : Nevermind, seems I'm overly sensitive to this flutter noise. We decided it is exhaust rather than a miss and found a small leak on cat's output. Will seal that first.
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howardc64 added a question in FWD/AWD 1999 - 2010Engine and/or exhaust flutter at 2000-2500 RPM2000 V70XC SE AWD 167k miles. 2.4 LPT engine. Purchased it recently to fix up to help someone. Stumped on 1 remaining problem.
Engine revs prefectly smooth at all RPMs in park. However, has a either slight miss or exhaust flutter (hard to distinguish) at 2000-2500 RPM and more prominent under load (like accelerating up a hill from stand still). All accessories off (no AC, ECC off) Here is what I've checked so far. Engine perfectly smooth below and above this RPM under load.
VIDA DiCE reports no codes. There is an intermittent ECM 4801 code. Rear O2 was changed 20k miles ago. No record of front O2VIDA's ETM test shows max 2+ degrees of difference between TPS, well within Volvo's spec of 13+ degrees max tolerance. ETM is yellow labeled so been replaced at least once.Upper torque mount is new, lower transmission torque mount has no lateral play indicative of broken small bushing. Motor mount on driver+passenger side looks good (no collapse or crack). All rubber bushings (no poly)Rehabbed the PCV system. Bypassed the factory boost circuit with larger 5/8 ID hose (tapped it above the oil trap for intake manifold banjo nipple of course) Updated Banjo bolt to newer design with check valve. Blew air through all channels and components in the PCV circuit and engine block and all are clear. No oil leak anywhereGot an extra coil and rotated it through all 5 cylinders. This rules out any marginal coils. Replaced plugs and no change to above symptomGot an extra fuel injector and rotated it through all 5 cylinders. This rules out any marginal injectors.Replaced TCV (had one in hand) and all hoses to silicon. Tapped the turbo CBV connection on intake manifold to a pressure gauge. Good boost, can get 6+ PSI. Tested turbo CBV and opens under vacuum.Replaced all EVAP hoses to silicon. Replaced one blown check valve (closest to the intake)Replaced passenger axle, replaced front CV joint on propeller shaft, rotated back tires to frontFront tires are tight when off the ground. No play vertically or horizontally. All ball joints in the steering linkages are nice the tight.No obvious exhaust leak cracks or soot around exhaust manifold, turbo, flex down pipeUnplugged the exhaust CVVT solenoid, makes no difference. Haven't check the CVVT HUB for angular playSerpentine belt tensioner roller has a little angular play. Not enough to make noise. Only noticed during inspection while belt was offCompression test shows about 190 PSI across all 5 cylinders. Didn't do leak down (no tool)Car seems to be down about 3+ MPG (17) from the 2001 V70XC I owned previously (20) driving on same road+patterns (some hills, suburb, no highway). Maybe related to this flutter or need a front O2.New synthetic engine oil, PS fluid, drain+filled ATF, flush brake fluid, 20k mile old angle gear so new AG fluid in there (no leak)No leak anywhere in the engine (PCV, turbo oil lines etc...)I tend to think while the ECM 4801 code might point to a failing cat and/or front O2, engine revs smooth and RPM climbs quick above 2500 RPM so unlikely to have a plugged cat. Anyhow, seems like I've checked air, fuel, spark, turbo, compression, and mounts. What else is there to suspect?
Had a second set of ears listen to this. There is no power loss so we thinks its not a miss. Its exhaust noise. We did find a small 3/4" leak on the output of the cat where it attaches to the pipe going to the mufflers. I'll start by plugging this leak. Pic attached.
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howardc64 added a question in FWD/AWD 1999 - 2010side mirror, cruise control, seat belt warning all don't work2000 V70 Cross Country AWD SE 167k miles.
Just bought this car for a friend and going through to fix all the issues. Power side mirrors, cruise control, and seat belt warning all don't work. Previous owner mentioned lift gate's washer also doesn't work. These are all on fuse 29 (10A) and the fuse is good (checked for 12V while fused plugged in). Also checked the power mirror switch connector for power (I believe blue wire but I checked all) and there is no power on any pin with key in position II. Master window control switch works perfectly.
Previous owner did replace the ECM. Not sure if ECM replacement would require any kind of sync with respect to this failing circuit.
Thoughts on where to chase next.
Also great if anyone knows where I can find wiring diagrams for this car. Got Volvo's EWD but its for P2s.
Looks like the problems are all unrelated.
1. Cruise did work, just needed to get up to speed to turn it on. Call it unfamiliar operator error
2. Power mirror control wasn't getting power due to master window control module's failed circuit to supply power. $0 fix for this below
3. Not sure what seat belt warning is yet, need to chase that next
Found wiring diagram here
http://www.volvowiringdiagrams.com/volvo/V70XC Wiring Diagrams/TP3943202 2000 C70 S70 V70 Early Version Wiring Diagrams.pdf
$0 fix for inoperative power mirrors
My driver window modules works. All the windows go up and down and locks work. Page 26 and 30 of the 320 page wiring diagram provides the key checkpoints. Page 26 shows the driver's side window module (3/97). A:2 is the +12V supply to the module. B:4 supplies +12V to the power mirror controls. If B:4 doesn't show +12V when activating the power mirror position controls, then its likely the varister (the symbol just below B:4 in the diagram) has failed. Verister is basically act as a dampener to flow current gradually to prevent sparks when power mirror controls makes various contacts. But varister seems rather unnecessary given all this stuff is pretty low powered. I just jumped A2 and B4 connection to supply +12V to the power mirror controls. NOTE A2/B4 jumper is for RHD only. Consult the wiring diagram for RHD and Convertible cars.
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