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    Default Slight Intermitent Deceleration Just After Take Off

    Hello folks, just noticed an issue right after initial taking off. The issue is more noticeable when I had stopped and had the engine off for awhile and then take off. The car kinda starts to have intermittent 'holding' (deceleration) as if it is losing gas. It continues for about twenty to one-hundred feet then drives normally. No issue at highway speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oka View Post
    Hello folks, just noticed an issue right after initial taking off. The issue is more noticeable when I had stopped and had the engine off for awhile and then take off. The car kinda starts to have intermittent 'holding' (deceleration) as if it is losing gas. It continues for about twenty to one-hundred feet then drives normally. No issue at highway speed.

    Thanks
    UPDATE

    I just noticed the light deceleration starts at about 20MPH for about 50/100feet. A little latter, the more I step on the gas the more it acts like it's going to stop. My work is about fifteen minutes from home and after about half the way home, the car started driving smoothly again.
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    1997 Mazda MPV/AUTO/4WD/173K Miles
    2001 Volvo XC70/AWD/Auto/Turbo/146kMiles (Brown)
    2001 Volvo V70XC/AWD/Auto/Turbo/144kMiles (Maroon)
    2002 Subaru Outback L.L. Bean/3.0/131K/AWD
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    Since you have 2001s with known ETM issues, what is the ETM status? (rebuild? replaced? if so, how many miles on current ETM?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by howardc64 View Post
    Since you have 2001s with known ETM issues, what is the ETM status? (rebuild? replaced? if so, how many miles on current ETM?)
    I don't know. This would be my second year with the car.
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    1997 Mazda MPV/AUTO/4WD/173K Miles
    2001 Volvo XC70/AWD/Auto/Turbo/146kMiles (Brown)
    2001 Volvo V70XC/AWD/Auto/Turbo/144kMiles (Maroon)
    2002 Subaru Outback L.L. Bean/3.0/131K/AWD
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    01 ETMs fails at around 100k miles YMMV. Link in my signature has ETM info. White sticker = original, yellow sticker = replaced. That would be a good starting point.
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    Past Others : 01/03 VW MK4 Turbo/NA/01M. Gen1 Prius, Gen1 CRV, Gen2 Rav4, 02 Town&Country, 06 Corolla, 12 Audi A4 Quattro (B8), 07 Civic 1.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by howardc64 View Post
    White sticker = original, yellow sticker = replaced.
    Went to your link but I do not get the color code information you mentioned.
    Last edited by Oka; 05-01-2019 at 07:14 AM.
    1985 BMW (E23) 735i(US)/AUTO/209K Miles
    1997 Mazda MPV/AUTO/4WD/173K Miles
    2001 Volvo XC70/AWD/Auto/Turbo/146kMiles (Brown)
    2001 Volvo V70XC/AWD/Auto/Turbo/144kMiles (Maroon)
    2002 Subaru Outback L.L. Bean/3.0/131K/AWD
    2006 Toyota Sienna LE/AWD 93K (Green)

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    For the ETM, which should I consider, cleanup (service it), refurbished or new one?
    New ETM (OEM) is kinda pricey.
    Last edited by Oka; 05-01-2019 at 01:42 AM.
    1985 BMW (E23) 735i(US)/AUTO/209K Miles
    1997 Mazda MPV/AUTO/4WD/173K Miles
    2001 Volvo XC70/AWD/Auto/Turbo/146kMiles (Brown)
    2001 Volvo V70XC/AWD/Auto/Turbo/144kMiles (Maroon)
    2002 Subaru Outback L.L. Bean/3.0/131K/AWD
    2006 Toyota Sienna LE/AWD 93K (Green)

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    I had a similar issue in an 05, albeit at a different speed range. Turned out to be the fuel rail pressure sensor.

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    Change the fuel filter, if it has not been changed on your watch. cheap solutions first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oka View Post
    For the ETM, which should I consider, cleanup (service it), refurbished or new one?
    New ETM (OEM) is kinda pricey.
    Cleaning won't do much if common TPS failure. Cheapest solution is to buy Sacer SA-300 TPS kit (~$100 on ebay) and rebuilt it yourself. Its what Xemodex use for rebuild. If you can find a Volvo diag tool, it can run an "ETM sweeptest" to check TPS condition.

    Other suggestions such as fuel filter and fuel pressure rail sensor are interesting possibilities. Not sure how you'd test those beyond blind swapping. Maybe fuel pressure sensor provide readable analog signal output if can reach wires with probes?

    i've also had a MAF that would cut out engine throttle response randomly. No codes. Since you have 2 01 Volvos, you can swap parts and see. Its actually how I found my MAF problem (also had 2 01s haha)
    Past Volvos : 01 V70 T5, 01/02 V70XC, 02 V70 NA, 00 V70XC
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    Friends cars under my care 17 Audi A4 Quattro DSG (B9) 05 Audi A4 Manual 6sp Quattro (B7) 04 e320 V6 Auto, 05 Accord 2.4, 08 Element 2.4, 08 Camry Hybrid
    Past Others : 01/03 VW MK4 Turbo/NA/01M. Gen1 Prius, Gen1 CRV, Gen2 Rav4, 02 Town&Country, 06 Corolla, 12 Audi A4 Quattro (B8), 07 Civic 1.6
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