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There will be a drain plug in the bottom of the Radiator so you can drain the old Coolant out. Close the drain plug and refill from the Coolant Tank on the inner fender well. Fill it with the engine off then start it up and finish filling to the full line on the coolant tank.
clutch hydraulics should be ok could be clutch plate sticking on input shaft splines i would drain and refill gearbox with correct grade of oil then try it try putting clutch down wait a few seconds before selecting reverse see if this helps you
The spanner symbol usually pops up at the recommended service interval for the engine.
A. standard service would include change of Engine oil, oil filter, air filter and possibly plugs.
All other major components and fluids should be checked at this point too, and replaced if needed.
Oil and filters is the minimum to ensure trouble free motoring.
Volvo is a good car. if you maintain you volvo by changing the oil on time, maybe after every month according to how you drive and changing you fuel filter, using 93 grade fuel or 89. I advice you to keep your volve. do your oil change on time don't wait until three to five months before changing your oil and don't use poor fuel (87) grade. change your tranmission oil after 18 months then your volvo is yours for life.
Could be the Turbo oil return pipe seal, its a cheap about $10 but you need to get to the pipe. Its just a bit tricky to reach and you will need the gasket to go on the other end of the pipe when you take it off. Its a well know fault check the Volvo Forums web site.