How much horsepower does a Volvo D12 have?

How much horsepower does a Volvo D12 have?

Volvo Trucks North America engineered the 465 horsepower VE D12 engine. A heavy-duty diesel engine, the VE D12, delivers between 800 and 900 foot-lbs. of torque at 465 horsepower. This strength of force is countered with an engine brake that uses 350 horsepower to stop 23 engine revolutions per minute.

How much does a Volvo D12 engine weigh?

235 kg
It develops 120 PS (88 kW) at 4000 rpm and 260 N⋅m (192 lb⋅ft) at 2200 rpm. The engine weighs 235 kg (518 lb) and displaces 3.56 liters. The two-port Carter carburetor and intake are located between the cylinder banks.

Why does my Volvo stall at idle RPM?

If the problem only occurs when the A/C is on, there is an issue with the compressor. If the battery is run down and the alternator is working hard to recharge it, the increases load on the engine may pull down the idle rpm to the point where it causes the engine to stall.

What happens when the fuel pump fails in a Volvo?

If the engine has spark, it may have died due to a loss of fuel pressure. When fuel pumps fail, they usually just quit with little or no warning. The engine usually won’t restart and the vehicle has to be towed in for repairs.

What to do if your Volvo is stalling?

If the battery is low, use a battery charger to recharge it, or drive at highways speeds for half an hour or so. If the battery is failing and is not holding a charge, time to buy a new battery. NOTE: Low voltage can adversely affect the operation of the ignition system and fuel injectors, causing stalling and misfiring.

What kind of problem does a Volvo have?

Well, my Volvo did it again today. At 7:00 AM and 65 F temperature, it started and drove fine as I got my morning coffee. Six hours later, after sitting in the hot California sun on this 90 F day, it failed to start in my driveway… Have you experienced volvo stalling problems?