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Old 02-18-2006, 05:34 PM   #1
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Unhappy 02 V70 XC - engine tick on start

OK, I'm new to Volvos, but this seems odd. I live in AZ so It never gets too cold, but my V70 XC ticks when first starting up unil warmed up ..is this normal?
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Re: 02 V70 XC - engine tick on start

No that doesn't sound that good to me, my dad has a v50 and i have never heard a volvo do that before.
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Re: 02 V70 XC - engine tick on start

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OK, I'm new to Volvos, but this seems odd. I live in AZ so It never gets too cold, but my V70 XC ticks when first starting up unil warmed up ..is this normal?
must be low oil to top. have u checked oil level? else pump, or clogged engine?
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