i have an 2000 volvo s80 im in doubt mechanic says its the transmission but i got a feeling is not .. . when the oil is cold the car doesnt move at all but when i leave it running for a while it does

Asked by May 17, 2013 at 05:43 PM about the Volvo S80

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i have an 2000 volvo s80 im in doubt mechanic says its the transmission but i got a feeling
is not  .. . when the oil is cold the car doesnt move at all but when i leave it running for a
while it does.. please help

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98,145

Same as when you have a question about a medical issue. Get a second opinion. The transmission fluid does warm up via the lines to and from the radiator. --- It could also be a a result of low voltage. Check the battery voltage with the engine running. It should be around 14-14.5 volts.

242,115

right, and did the mechanic check the fluid level of the transmission? The 1999-02 Volvo's were notorious for bad transmissions, so. But listen to tenspeed and get a second opinion, I personally rather rebuild a trans than replace.

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