Re: Volvo diagnostics alternatives?
max <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>OK, I'm getting tired of the stupid "Check Engine" light coming on all
>the time. We mostly ignore them, but sometimes it's something
>important, and Volvo charges $120 to run the diagnostics.
>Sometimes, they say, in a long-winded way to make you feel like you
>got your money's worth, "We don't know why it went on".
>Do the typical independent Volvo shops have similar diagnostic
>capabilities, or does it take a Volvo dealer to effectively read the
Neither of my cars need the reader, but at$120 per visit, if they did,
I would look into an after-market unit. I knwo that they are readily
available for Ford, Chevys, etc., through places like J.C. WHitney. I
certainly would do some shopping before forking over $120 just to get
Forked by Volvo!
Randy & \ \/ /alerie's
'90 240 Estate - '93 960 Estate
"Shelby" & "Kate"