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2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

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2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by Ferco » Sun Nov 09, 2008 1:36 pm

My 2000 Volvo S40 1.9T is showing the following error codes:

P0017 Crankshaft Position - Camshaft Position Correlation (Bank 1 Sensor B)
P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected
P0302 Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected
P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected
P0304 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected

When I start the car and the engine is cold it stutters (all cylinders misfire) and the check engine light comes on. If I reset the CEL and start the engine when it is warm the CEL doesn't come on. The cylinders misfire only when the engine is cold.

I've recently changed the oil and filter, spark plugs and crankshaft position sensor in the hopes of clearing the P0017 code but no luck. :(

I was checking to see if perhaps some of the vacuum hoses are loose or broken when I found this:

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The picture shows the area behind the engine right in front of the firewall.
I tried to find a loose hose dangling somewhere and I found a 90 degree piece of hose coming out from the firewall with Flexo MR114458 written on it:

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The Flexo hose was angled downwards and when I rotated it came off very esily. I'm wondering if the Flexo hose should be connected to the brass hose barb that is attached to the vacuum hose. One end of the vacuum hose is attached to the engine near the bottom of the auxiliary timing belt and the other end goes into the engine right where the brass hose barb is. The open brass connector acts like a T for the vacuum hose.

Should I just try to plug the open brass connector and see if the cylinders stop misfiring or should I attempt to connect it to the flexo hose that went into the firewall?

I've been struggling with those error codes for about a month now. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by TMan » Sun Nov 23, 2008 9:53 am

My car has the same hose. I believe that hose is for the A/C condensation drainage. I to do not have anything connecting to that brass fitting. So I would put that hose back where you found it. Sorry I don't have any thoughts on fixing your problem. I will have to think about it.
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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by Ferco » Sun Dec 21, 2008 7:27 pm

I changed the ignition coils and wires but still nothing.
Then I bought original Volvo spark plugs and the misfiring stopped.
I had used Champion Iridium plugs before and they were about 2 months old. I took them out and saw that there were deposits pretty far up the thread. Is this normal? Does this mean that the plugs aren't tight enough?

With the old Champion plugs and the new Volvo plugs I used a torque wrench set at 18lbf ft. I'm now wondering if they should be tighter. Only code that now remains is the

P0017 Crankshaft Position - Camshaft Position Correlation (Bank 1 Sensor B)

I'm thinking whether or not I should buy the camshaft position sensor

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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by MadeInJapan » Sun Dec 21, 2008 7:55 pm

I have read the same has happened with others who have used the Iridium plugs. Stick with Volvo, you'll be happier. Try clearing that code...If it goes away, there is no need to get into replacing a part (cam position sensor)...otherwise, yeah, I'd replace it.
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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by Ferco » Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:33 pm

Yeah I've erased it and it keeps coming back

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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by Hendo22 » Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:23 pm

Any fixes to this? I have the same code, Bank 1 Sensor B. I talked to Volvo and that would be the 02 sensor on the intake side, anyone confirm this? I dont have any problems while driving, only this code. Putting inan upstream o2 sensor tomorrow.

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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by alschnertz » Sat Feb 24, 2018 5:35 am

Replacing an oxygen sensor for a camshaft position error code seems weird.

Are you sure you gave the dealer the correct information?
Any work done shortly prior to the code appearing? Like maybe a timing belt?
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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by FREEBUSINESSES » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:25 pm

Anyone figure out the P0017 code yet? Have same issue on a 2.5T and I had rebuilt the whole head, and thought I had timing belt properly aligned, but the tooth pin on engine is difficult to see, could it be off by a half tooth, and if so, can I compensate with VVT pulley adjustments instead of jumping a tooth on cam pulleys. XC90 runs fine, starts right up, no indications of timing issues, so it must be close, but every time I clear code it comes back in about 10 miles. Hate to replace cam sensor if it is just timing issue. Or could swapping can sensors narrow problem down from P0343 which is intake as I recall.

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Re: 2000/06 S40 - Missing vacuum hose? P0017, P30(1-4)(pictures)

Post by pierremcalpine » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:24 pm

The P0017 code is somewhat generic. It may make sense for you to get the corresponding VIDA code (ECM-xxx). This will give you a better idea of where to go next. I troubleshooted a P0015 code for quite some time. VIDA suggested first checking harness to the vvt solenoid, then checking the solenoid itself, and then replacing the vvt gear. In the end I replaced the gear and code is now gone. I was hesitant to replace the vvt gear as I had done so 4 years back. Good luck this one is a b$&@tch.

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