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Fuel Cut OFF Switch Volvo C70 T5

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Fuel Cut OFF Switch Volvo C70 T5

Post by mike3113 » Sun Feb 24, 2019 9:28 am

Hello All
This topic is driving me crazy because i can find no answer from the dealer or any mechanic.
Dose the 2008 Volvo C70 T5 have a fuel cut off switch? that is triggered in the event of an accident and if so it there a way of resting it?

Note: fuel pressure sensor is new, both camshaft sensors are new, crank shaft position sensors is new, timing belt and timing have been replaced and rest by a certified shop, plugs are new, coils are 1 year old, both the fuse inside the car for the fuel relay and the fuse in the engine for the fuel pump are still working.

Yes I could replace the fuel pump and yes the car has gas, but before spent 300 buck on a fuel pump and pull apart the back seat I would like to know if there is a kill switch and check it.

please advise.
Last edited by matthew1 on Fri Mar 01, 2019 12:08 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Edited model year to 2008



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Re: Fuel Cut OFF Switch Volvo C70 T5

Post by RickHaleParker » Sun Feb 24, 2019 12:17 pm

mike3113 wrote:
Sun Feb 24, 2019 9:28 am
Dose the 2002 Volvo C70 T5 have a fuel cut off switch? that is triggered in the event of an accident and if so it there a way of resting it?
Trying from memory: I think it is behind one of the trunks side panels. I also think it is resettable.
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Re: Fuel Cut OFF Switch Volvo C70 T5

Post by jimmy57 » Sun Feb 24, 2019 7:07 pm

No, Volvo does not use an inertia switch. The engine shut off is SRS to ECM and started in 1999 with Networked models. If you have a crash fault code in SRS then that could be the problem but that should not be the case unless you had airbags deploy (inflate).

Was the car crashed?
2002 C70 does not have a fuel pressure sensor so what item did you replace?



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Re: Fuel Cut OFF Switch Volvo C70 T5

Post by mike3113 » Fri Mar 01, 2019 11:30 am

the car was not crashed no air bag deployment.

The item that was replaced is the crank shaft position sensor and cam shaft position senors and fuel senor.


And I made a mistake on the year its a 2008 C70 T5 not sure if that makes a difference.



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Re: Fuel Cut OFF Switch Volvo C70 T5

Post by mike3113 » Fri Mar 01, 2019 11:35 am

Note: the I was wrong on the year this Is for a 2008 Volvo C70 T5



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