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@awd6spd any fix to this I’m in the same conundrum. Except vida is giving me signal too low. I took apart every thing to clean and check and everything is solid. I unplug the maf connector and runs fine. When it’s plugged in it sounds like it used to but then dies.
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I just think it’s odd that it runs better without the maf plugged in? I tried to run some parameters on vida but I’m hungry and steaks about done possibly after
 

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The thing that sucks is I can’t keep the car running with the maf plugged in. There’s an air leak I just don’t know where I double checked everything. Guess somewhere maybe hidden near the tb.
 

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Yeah checked the pipe. I don’t know how I missed this when I had the air box out yesterday. Went to clean the bps and look what I see…..
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Volvos can be difficult sometimes. But damn it Ben think simple… right in front of my eyes for 3 days. Oh well…. Lessened learned. She got a cleaning at least
 

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When I pulled the air box I said, “why’s there oily residue on it?” I summed it up as I haven’t cleaned the bay since last year and was waiting for the pollen to be done. Now I know why. But she’s good now! I’ll have a little add retighten hoses to the list of every other oil change. That wasn’t the only lose one…
 
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