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My 2004 V70 T5 is causing me fits.

Runs great, no codes, and starts right up EXCEPT when it's between 15-30 degrees. At that temperature it floods badly.

What it is doing seems to be consistent with a faulty Fuel Pressure Sensor/Regulator. Also, I know that Volvo had a recall on them on some of their models.

I have new injectors, new OEM Volvo spark plugs, new Volvo ECT sensor, and newly cleaned MAF sensor.


My problem is that I cannot find the fuel pressure sensor/regulator. It is NOT on the fuel rail. Where else could it be located?





 

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I thought this generation of V70 had pulse width modulated fuel pumps, so no mechanical regulation.
 

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The fuel pressure regular is in the fuel tank right off the fuel pump outlet. You can read fuel psi with VIDA or off the fuel rail with a fuel pressure gauge.
 
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