1998 Volvo S70 • 5 cylinder FWD Automatic • 112,342 miles
I recently purchased a 1998 Volvo S70 T5 2.3 turbo and it runs great. I put a new air filter, plugs and wires, and a cap and rotor on it within the first 500 miles or so. One thing that I noticed after about 3 days of owning the car is that when you have it floored and the rpm's are climbing it will kind of hiccup or jerk like it stops running for a mili-second and then just keeps on going strong. I have no codes and I'm still getting good mileage, it only seems to do it when I have it floored. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I cannot afford to take it to a mechanic. Thanks in advance.
August 9, 2011.
August 9, 2011.
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