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  • and the code that came up was po (which in the manuel states coolant thermostat (coolant temperature below thermostat regulaing temperature) If it does replace the coolant temp sensor and thermostat. Once you get the top of the thermostat housing off you will see the sensor.

    Old Jan 10th, , Akamatsu. Guest. Tournaments Won: 2. Location: Smile S40 Giving me a P Thermostat temp. Low code.

    FACT! Volvo is a Swedish automotive company. The name of the concern comes from the Latin language "Volv" and translates as "spinning", "rolling".

    we have had the P at least four times on our v40, it is usually engine code. i now buy them (coolant temp sensor) from tasca volvo.

    I'm getting a an error code P I took my car into the shop and they got that code. I'm an auto technician here in NH with over 30 years exp. Th warm up seemed very normal after installation.

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    Volvo S40 The S40 is Volvo's most affordable sedan with all the amenities of a luxury sports car. Send a private message to dcjcdc. Find all posts by dcjcdc. See if it comes back. If it does replace the coolant temp sensor and thermostat. Send a private message to tech. Find all posts by tech. It is pretty easy to do. Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine. It is under that cover that the hose attaches to.

    Check out this site for prices. HI where is the coolant temperature sensor located thanks -. Once you get the top of the thermostat housing off you will see the sensor sticking out of the bottom half of the thermostat housing. HI erased the code from the obd reader , but noticed today the engine light came back on I would do both they both fail at about the same time. You have to remove one to get to the other.

    Thats why I say just do both. Send a private message to s80t6schcik. Find all posts by s80t6schcik. I am having this same issue. I have purchased a thermostat and tried to install it, but the bolts holding the cover on will not budge. A local shop has said 65 bucks to do it, should I just have them do it or keep trying to get the bolts out?

    I was also thinking that I should maybe go ahead and get the temp sensor too since the antifreeze is so expensive. Send a private message to DanielS Find all posts by DanielS Since you already bought the fluid you might as well have them do it.

    You can use just about any coolant in there. I would do the sensor at the same time. One last PO question. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait. The following errors occurred with your submission. Quote message in reply? Featured Sponsors Vendor Directory. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.

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