Volvo Fault Code 232
Once in gear it drove wonderfully again. I am worried about the Cat converter too. Quote Postby 2fixmybrick » Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:30 pm Thanks Bill, Yes I did clear the codes after cleaning the injectors. I know the Lamda adjustment is the 02 Sensor (correct) and I will replace that but that is not what is keeping my car from starting, so I been told. weblink
Your '90 240 may need the codes cleared to shut down the CEL. Is there anything I should know before doing these 2 things. Jan 15, 2009 | 1995 Volvo 940 Not finding what you are looking for? constantly switching rich to lean then it indicates your cat is not doing anything and you most probably have a defective cat. http://forums.swedespeed.com/archive/index.php/t-174748.html?s=8d1b25923c6c6c82cfde45c3766c56b9
Volvo 940 Fault Code 232
The only code I have is 232, "Fuel trim (lambda control) too lean or too rich at idle". It will start for a few seconds if it has been > sitting for awhile. Show some love with positive feedback if this brings you to a solution.
George Dill SpecialFX05-22-2012, 10:34 AMThank you for the welcome. Is this correct? > > Lastly, where is the crank sensor and Throttle Switch? Took it to an indy mechanic who replaced a bad fuel pressure regulator. There can be more than one depending on the auto model.
Had to sell since they could not renew registration. Volvo 240 Diagnostic Codes What I meant by the 113 code being ever present is that it was there before I did any other work. Expand Popular Questions 2 Answers Original radio wiring harness 1991 Volvo 240 1 Answer Hood latch frozen in closed position 1993 Volvo 240 1 Answer Stuck in overdrive 1993 Volvo 240 http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?t=83291 Any links to DIYs for any of the checks would be appreciated and please don't assume I know where everything is in the engine bay because most likely I don't.
I wasn't thinking so much of the code, per se, more the condition "weak mixture @ Idle". All in cold weather. 9its most likely your computer temp senson on the engine that is not telling your computer that the engine has warmed up and to lean out mixture. To check, pull each cap and check with a meter after looking up the tolerance range. It was my understanding that this should be accompanied by a CEL, but there is no CEL on.
Volvo 240 Diagnostic Codes
I have an 85 model. original site I think I would start with the crank position sensor- partly because it's inexpensive! Volvo 940 Fault Code 232 When I first got the car the CE light was on and it failed emissions test (NOX was too high). Best to check them before swapping.
Glenn and Janice, Aug 23, 2006 #12 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? http://ndsman.net/fault-code/volvo-error-code-pid-119.php Where to start? gdill205-25-2012, 10:17 PMThanks John. It's frustrating to be defeated by an electrical connector!
also a blade fuse under the hood?Sorry, I seem to have more questions than answers. You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. Thanks again for all the advice. check over here I have a decent general knowledge but my troubleshooting skills are where I am weakest.
The dash lights seem to be a little different than I am used to. Does that mean this is an old code that is not relevant or does it not always come with a CEL? The MAF is fine.
The symptoms you describe point to an intermittent ailment which often implies a failing electrical component.
Vibrations may have made it loose. gdill205-22-2012, 04:10 PMThank you for the welcome. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions Manuals & User Guides Have a manual for 1991 Volvo 240? or it's affiliates.
With the new O2 sensor all is well. schwalbe181 07-12-2010 02:53 PM by volvoguy2323 1 489 Volvo 240, 740 & 940 '93 240 wagon, 2-3-1 and 2-2-1 codes alexdelove 05-25-2010 09:06 PM by alexdelove 5 3,361 Volvo 240, 740 Please!? this content It appears to be a EGR Temp Sensor plug but I cannot figure out where it plugs in.
I am not >sure of the others. Hopefully without the screw it doesnt matter, temporarily The car seemed to turn over a bit cleaner and more steady but will not fire up. Password Register Forgot Password? Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?
It's definitely locked down somehow and I wasn't able to find a release. Lastly, where is the crank sensor and Throttle Switch? My experience so far has been a lot of threads with saying what to check and not a lot of detail on how to do it. Please use this link.
About Us We're a group of Volvo automotive enthusiasts, come join us and let us know about your ride. As the engine warms-up and starts burning fuel more efficiently, the choke plate begins to open, which slowly lets more air in and leans-out the air/fuel mixture. I guess I need to try and figure it out myself or find an indy volvo shop gdill205-23-2012, 08:26 PMThey thought it was a vacuum leak, but couldn't find one. Quote Postby 2fixmybrick » Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:53 am Forgot to mention that the same codes are back. 113, 232, and 221 if it helps.
And while your there, check the fuse holder and contacts as they rust, get hot and melt and burn stuff. White and dry, lean. > > The injectors are pulsed by the ECU via the grounds on the intake manifold. > IF the injectors are not grounded properly, also through the Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Register Photos FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search GarageUsed CarsVendor Directory Search Community Links Pictures & Albums Members Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to
I had not yet reported back because I wanted to give it a few days and see how it went. Both can be cleaned. 50% of the time the "cleaned" O2 sensor will work for a while, then act up again, but it gives time to come up with the $. At idle, the ECU also adjusts air entering system via the air control valve based upon RPM info. The only code I have is 232, "Fuel trim (lambda control) too lean or too rich at idle".