Hopefully that's he case. Did you have any bother getting it restarted?My s60 with the same engine did the same. Light just came on and it died. Never any bother after keeping it over 1/4 tank
Was going lovely. Hopefully it's an easy fix.Every car has its issues I suppose. When you get on top of the common ones associated with that Volvo, you will have a very comfortable and reliable motor.
Its extremely common in the cars with heated filter, plastic goes brittle and it splits. The wife's did it at 230,000 miles. Think I paid £40 for a second hand housing.Brand new housing is about £160, but I've only ever heard of a couple of cases where the housing needed to be replaced, and these were as a result of overzealous attempts to replace the filter using incorrect tools. That's not to say that the housing can't develop other issues, but I just haven't seen one of these housings collapse
Can you hear the fuel pump running?Only just got the car so not sure I'll have to check the history.
Good start to Volvo ownership
Was late and had to get the wife home so parked it up and didn't look much at it. Il have a listen tomorrow morningIts extremely common in the cars with heated filter, plastic goes brittle and it splits. The wife's did it at 230,000 miles. Think I paid £40 for a second hand housing.
Can you hear the fuel pump running?
Right took the low pressure feed off the high pressure pump and nothing coming out of it which would suggest it's a problem between tank and hp pump....lift pump or filter.Yea crack the feed off and see if it's getting fuel up to the engine if not hit the tank a good slap sometimes that can kick the pump back into life for abit