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98 S70 wire hanging -- photo attached

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Re: 98 S70 wire hanging -- photo attached

Post by mar601 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:49 pm

ok thanks -- that's a great shot -- good, this maybe my evap cel thing p0447 if I remember. just saw the wire yesterday so it may have been bad all along and just fell loose. It's a stranded wire with a hefty insulation about the thickness of a spark plug wire -- I'll get under there tomorrow. Thanks for that photo !

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Re: 98 S70 wire hanging -- photo attached

Post by misha » Tue Sep 20, 2016 2:38 am

'97 850 2.5 20v / fully equipped / Motronic 4.4 from the factory / upgraded with S,V,C,XC70 instrument cluster / polar white wagon
'91 Citroen XM 2.0 SI /fully equipped/mandarine red metallic
History of Volvos in the family:
'71 144 S
'73 144 De Luxe
'78 244 DL
'78 244 DL
'79 244 GLE
'85 340 GLS

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Re: 98 S70 wire hanging -- photo attached

Post by FLXC90 » Tue Sep 20, 2016 6:08 pm

Misha-perfectly appropriate alternate view. Looks like the broken wire goes to the connector on the end of the J-hose from the canister. Appears to be the right gauge and location... just fell back and droop out of curve.

OP; when you can get a look under there, let us know if that's what you find. Then you can clear your evap code! :D
Current Volvos:
1998 V70 T5, 112k sat 5 years, still in mechanical coma (finally at the top of the pile )
2004 XC90 T6 AWD: 186k, 60 on transaxle ( traded in )
1998 POS70 N/A: DD/training aid, 236k but really about 240k, I think...ABS module( passed on to son who sold it)

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