Volvo engine codes depend on the year of the vehicle and include A1132, which is a fault in the transmission in a 1992 to 1995 Volvo or P0496, which indicates that the evaporative emission system signal is too high in Volvos made in 1999 or newer. To obtain an engine co...
Common check engine codes for Volvo vehicles include P0420, P0421 and P0430, which indicate a catalytic converter failure, and P0171 and P0174, which indicate a problem with the mass air flow sensors that measure the amount of air taken into the engine. Vacuum leaks may...
To determine what is causing Volvo engine problems, check for presence of any sludge, look for leaks in the engine, examine the color of the oil and analyze the engine light. Other points to consider include strange sounds, a blocked air filter and the oil level.
Several online retailers and auction sites, including eBay.com, Marinepartsexpress.com, Usengine.us and Boattrader.com, sell new and used Volvo boat engines. As of 2015, the prices generally range from $1,200 to $8,000. The most commonly listed engine is the Penta.
Volvo does not provide explanation tables for their fault codes on their official website. One can inquire with the company by phone at 1-800-458-1552, via email by using the contact form on their website or by mail at 1 Volvo Drive, P.O. Box 914, Rockleigh, New Jersey,...
Volvo Car Corporation is a Swedish premium automobile manufacturer headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden. As of 2014, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group of China owns the company.
Most of Volvo's vehicles are produced in Sweden, where the company was founded. Other countries that produce Volvo vehicles include Belgium, Malaysia and China.