98 Volvo V70 never starts on the first try on a cold start

Discussion in 'Volvo V70' started by CP, May 12, 2009.

  1. CP

    CP Guest

    I have a 98 Volvo V70 Wagon and on a cold start (i.e. - overnight),
    the car never starts on the first attempt. On the second attempt it
    starts and runs at slightly lower rpms than normal. After the car
    warms up it runs at the usual rpms.

    I changed, spark plugs, cap, rotor and air filter and no change in
    problem discussed above.

    Any ideas?
     
    CP, May 12, 2009
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  2. CP

    Glenn K Guest

    On 5/12/2009 10:38 AM, CP wrote:
    > I have a 98 Volvo V70 Wagon and on a cold start (i.e. - overnight),
    > the car never starts on the first attempt. On the second attempt it
    > starts and runs at slightly lower rpms than normal. After the car
    > warms up it runs at the usual rpms.
    >
    > I changed, spark plugs, cap, rotor and air filter and no change in
    > problem discussed above.
    >
    > Any ideas?

    Turbo /Non Turbo All Wheel Drive or Front Wheel Drive It sounds like the
    fuel pressure regulator or the fuel filter is causing your problem but
    without more Information it is rather hard to correctly help you correct
    your concern about your Volvo
    Glenn K
    Volvo Certified Technician 2008
    ASE Certified Technician 2008
     
    Glenn K, May 13, 2009
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  3. CP

    CP Guest

    On May 12, 8:55 pm, Glenn K <> wrote:
    > On 5/12/2009 10:38 AM, CP wrote:> I have a 98 Volvo V70 Wagon and on a cold start (i.e. - overnight),
    > > the car never starts on the first attempt.  On the second attempt it
    > > starts and runs at slightly lower rpms than normal.  After the car
    > > warms up it runs at the usual rpms.

    >
    > > I changed, spark plugs, cap, rotor and air filter and no change in
    > > problem discussed above.

    >
    > > Any ideas?

    >
    > Turbo /Non Turbo All Wheel Drive or Front Wheel Drive It sounds like the
    > fuel pressure regulator or the fuel filter is causing your problem but
    > without more Information it is rather hard to correctly help you correct
    > your concern about your Volvo
    > Glenn K
    > Volvo Certified Technician 2008
    > ASE Certified Technician 2008


    Its a front wheel drive, non-turbo 2,4L
     
    CP, May 14, 2009
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