Question about Volvo 850
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have 4 options a Haynes or Chilton or Bentley repair guide. I used the Bentley guide to work on my 240DL since it showed a shortcut for getting the job done that Haynes did not mention. I bought my blower from IPDUSA.com and they sent a how-to guide with the parts.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: volvo 850 radio removal
If you have the factory radio this should be easy. Look on the left and right side of the unit, you will see a narrow 2 inch long bar. With your fingernail or soft tipped object, press the center of the strip in until it clicks. Release the strip and it will pop out. Look at it from the side, it looks like what it is, a small handle. After both handles are out, take hold of them and slide out the unit. REMEMBER: There are wires connected to the back of the unit, so pull it out slowly.
Posted on Dec 03, 2011
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