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Witch hoses did you change? Where should I start to look for damaged hoses?

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Hello,

I did not specify which hoses because there are a number of hoses both over and under the fuel injection unit. (Left side of engine as viewed from the drivers seat) Some are water hoses so be careful! Best thing to do if you cannot identify the culprit by exception is to get a shop manual and replace all that look suspicious. Please be aware that not all the hoses are universal ie. can be cut to length from similar diameter hose. Some hoses are "molded" meaning they're formed to a particular shape, usually because a straight hose will bend or collapse in the particular location. You will need to get molded hose either from Volvo or a well stocked import car parts store.

Good Luck!

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Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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