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S70 T5 2.3 5sp 140K P1133 & P0013

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Old 05-17-2018, 07:58 AM
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Default S70 T5 2.3 5sp 140K P1133 & P0013

Just got this on May 16th used from a car collector.(this was the cheap car that he lost interest in…. 70 some cars… if recall 8 BMW M31 and One SHOWROOM Skyline) I drove it home 90 miles with NO ISSUES.Has good pick up, good passing power from 65 to 85, great merging power from 25 to 65, and get off the line power.After getting home the Check Engine can on the next trip (45 mins after getting home). Took to parts store, used their code reader and came back with these two codes.I am guessing related issue.
Correct me if wrong, P0013 is a mad Cam positions sensor.
And this adjust the time when driving on exhaust valve only?

The other is P1133.
Is that something to do with Turbo or O2 sensor?
Any help will be great, working out the bug on this car because it will be a Kids car… and do not want to leave stranded.
 
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:40 AM
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P0013 is usually a code for a bad Cam Position Sensor, P1133 is most likely a bad O2 sensor. I would have the codes cleared first and then drive the car to see if they come back. Could just be a hiccup or two, especially if the car has not been driven much lately. If they come back, then you have a couple minor issues to deal with.
 
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Thanks!
I should add.... I had the Codes Cleared, and the Came Back the Next Day.

My Son Drove the car a little (around our area and some starts and stops in a Parking lot and Hill Starts --- 15 year old and 5sp)

The code stayed off for His Driving, and then came back 10 mins into my Drive to work.

I will have cleared again and see if it comes back.

The Past owner only put 1500 miles total in the 3 years but would drive it for some to keep it moving...

I should add... Timing belt replaced at 101k.
 
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What year is the car?
 
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Sorry, it is a 1999
 
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Nice! I have a 1998 T5 manual and I absolutely love it. Too fast for a new driver, ha ha. The 99's have a electronic throttle and I believe you are correct about VVT on one cam. That was the first year for both those features, and in fact the 99 has heavily revised computers that are better to work with in native Volvo scan tools. The 98 is simpler. That said, I think the 1133 is the O2 sensor, and I think it's the front, but you'd like to know front or rear. At the age of the car, I would think it's just died from being used up.
 
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