3.2 bar or about 39 PSI
look in your owner's manual
There is a low pressure fuel pump in the gas tank, and a high pressure in-line fuel pump located on the under-carriage beneath the drivers seat
you should have 2pumps, a low pressure in the tnk and a high pressure in the line.
this is the fault code of fuel feed pressure low in Volvo vehicles u need to chake fuel line fuel filter clogged or fuel pump faulty
check the fuses and change the fuel pump relay first in the fuse box behind the front ash tray goggle Volvo relays to see it. and fuel cleaner in the fuel tank.
fuel pressure regulator, or clog due to poor fuel, and check injectors
Start with diagnosing the cause of no fuel. Check fuse, fuel pump relay, fuel filter, fuel pressure, fuel pressure regulator, fuel gpm flow, damaged/pinched fuel lines. Once you have determined the cause you can fix it.
The fuel pump may be running but it may not put out enough fuel pressure. Have the fuel pressure tested. I am assuming the fuel filter has been changed.
There is a vacuum controlled pressure regulator on the fuel rail. Check for vacuum leaks. If the unit is faulty, it will often leak fuel into the vacuum line.
The Fuel Pressure Regulator is located on the fuel rail. The fuel rail located next to the engine valve cover. The fuel pressure regulator line needs to be de-pressurized prior to replacing the regulator. This may be accomplished by removing the fuse for the fuel pump while the engine is running. The engine will stop once fuel pressure is lowered.
10mm socket and bullnose pliers, disconnect the battery first!
2, one in the tank, one higher pressure pump in the line
this is a carb unit there should be a nice flow of fuel but pressure is not possible because this has no fuelpump
It should be 3.1-3.8 psi.
I believe it is 36 psi. Beez in Delaware
Intank fuel pump and/or airflow meter also break system check valve.
you have two. one in the tank and one under neath near left rear tire
no fuel cut off on Volvo s60
How do you replace a fuel filter on a 1999 s80 Volvo?
If your Volvo is an automatic transmission try changing the fuel filter.
first do a fuel pressure test also check fuel filter, fuel pressure regulator , injectors primary and secondary.look for external leaks specially the notorious fuel line under the intake manifold. and also if u have a good quality fuel.
A trap door under the carpet will access the fuel tank and necessary sensors.