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Diagnose a Bad Fuel Pump

Got Bad Fuel Pump?

“My 850R wagon would not start at the airport after returning from a flight at 11pm (argh!) I suspect the fuel pump or relay. Happened once before but eventually started and ran fine for some time. How do I check both of these items? Are there 2 fuel pumps with this vehicle and I assume you have to drop the tank to replace if it is the pump?”

1997 850R Wagon

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2 Comments

this should be deleted. there is no airport fix for a Volvo fuel pump

Lynn Teague says:

I have a 2000 Volvo v70 wagon. And the fuel pump and the fuel filter has been changed but it still wont stay started. What else could it be besides the fuel injectors?

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