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2001 Volvo S40 MAF Replaced: Doesn’t fix Stalling

Let’s talk 2001 Volvo S40 MAF

It is fixed, and they replaced the catalytic converter and replaced a part for the climate control that was part of a recall! All done for $700.00 plus tax. Picking the car up tonight. Thanks I will keep this in my favorites!

2001 Volvo S40 Turbo MAF Replaced Doesn’t fix stalling

Bonus! More on the Volvo S40

With the S40, Volvo offered the same comfort and safety levels in compact size as the drivers of the larger 850 had already enjoyed for some years.

Soon, the two original versions (with 1.8 and 2.0 litre engines) were supplemented with new economic and exciting models. From the fuel-thrifty turbodiesel version to the high-performance T4 (200 bhp) performance S40 model, a worthy successor to classic performance Volvos like the PV544 Sport, the P1800 and the 240 Turbo.

However, the S40 has not only become popular on regular roads – it has also become a spectacular racing car, its most remarkable success notched up when Richard Rydell won the BTCC (British Touring Car Championship) in his S40 1998. The S40 has also been quite successful in the STCC (the Swedish Touring Car Championship).

In 2000, the S40 was successfully introduced in North America.

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we have a 2001 volvo s40. the fuel pump went out so we replaced it and the car would run but ran rough until warm. we had a mechanic hook it up to the machine which coded the MAF sensor as bad. we ordered the sensor and while waiting the car died and would not restart. since replacing that the car still will not start. Any ideas.

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