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I know you can order 1 online for $113.

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SOURCE: 1998 volvo s70 heater smells strange and smoke fills the cabin

Your heater core is leaking. The smell and smoke is from the coolant evaporation.

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Replace Heater Core for Volvo S70 (1999)

It is your heater core. I fixed mine for $144. Ordered the new part on Ebay and followed these instructions http://www.volvospeed.com/vs_forum/index.php?showtopic=9717 It was very simple, I'm a middle age grandmother! The hardest part was cleaning up all the antifreeze. You will need a shopvac, a small one is $20 at WalMart.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Car Heater smells strange

from he Popular Mechanics site if the smell in your car is like maple syrup:


(1) SMELLS LIKE: MAPLE SYRUP
WHEN: After the engine has warmed or possibly even after it's shut off for a few minutes.
THE CULPRIT: Coolant containing sweet-smelling (but toxic) ethylene glycol is leaking from somewhere. It could be coming from a radiator or heater hose, a failed intake manifold gasket or cylinder head. It might be coming from a leaky radiator cap or the radiator itself, especially if you smell it outside the car. A strong odor inside the passenger compartment probably means a bad heater core.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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SOURCE: The windows fog up inside of my Volvo S70

Sure sounds like the heater core, the only other thing would be some time of leak that is raising the moisture in the car is the floor board on the passengers side wet? If not look toward the heater core.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: installation instructions/diagram for 1998 volvo s70 starter

IT is very easy get all of the intake ducts out of the way to get access to the starter motortakk off rubber boot and first disconnect neg battery terminal next unbolt two bolts that hold starter and the 3 wires and ground terminal from starter (i have a 14 millimeter wrench that i cuit in half to make removal easier) and you should be all-set

Posted on May 31, 2009

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I need to replace the heater core on my 1998 Volvo S70 but I'm having difficulty removing the glove box. I have removed all 6 of the Torx screws but the glove box won't come loose on the left side. An


IPD's website has a great video on the site that shows you step by step how everything comes apart and goes back together to change Heater Cores. It would be easier for you to watch that than have me explain. You have probably missed a screw somewhere.

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You will likely need the heater hose junction (Volvo p/n 3522035) since it always leaks and it connects the heater core to the heater hoses on the firewall. The kit usually contains the retaining clips, but not the O-rings to connect to the heater core. You will also need the outlet and inlet hoses (9186847 and 9186849). The length, angles and configuration of these hoses will help you understand their orientation in the engine bay. They can only go on one way. Else, they won't connect to the pipes from the engine.

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Volvo s70, 1998, heater not blowing hot air


Are you getting coolant flow through the heater core? These cars have common problems with heater cores but they are easy to replace. IPD has a Video on U-Tube with step by step instructions. Also if you are in very cold weather have you checked your anti-freeze? I saw a Toyota last year freeze completely because of no anti-freeze. It took days to thaw out the heater core and they were lucky that the ice did not blow it apart. It took me hours of starting it and running up to a low temp and shutting it down to get it drivable.

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Do I need to remove the dash to remove a heater core in a 1998 Volvo S70 non turbo 5 cylinder?


Don't remember exactly , but I think it could be done without dash removal.
It's done from driver side footwell area , tight but possible.
You have to take out lower center consol side cover , next to the accelerator pedal and roll the carpet out of the way, and you will see the heater core case. Remove cover on the case (some have it on the side , some on the bottom).Two pipes going from firewall to the core have to be disconnected before core removal (will leak coolant , have some rags on the floor to absorbe it).
Slide heater core out , put new one in gently as the accelerator pedal is on your way , try to avoid damaging core a lot.
Always replace heater core pipes o-rings.

May 06, 2010 | 1998 Volvo S70

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Volvo s70 heater core


FIRST OF ALL YOU NEED A HAYNES OR CHILTON REPAIR MANUAL.IT WILL TELL YOU HOW TO GET TO HEATER CORE.AND YOU NEED TOOL NO.155 8957 DISCONNECT THE HEATER HOSES FROM HEATER CORE.AND YOU NEED A TORX 20 SCREW DRIVER TO REMOVE SOUND PROOFING PANEL TO DASHBOARD SCREWS.

Oct 31, 2009 | 1999 Volvo S70

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My volvo s70 is having smoke come in through the air vents and it has a funny smell


If it smells sweet it is coolant and this is a sure sign your heater core is leaking. The only fix is to replace it.

Oct 21, 2009 | 1998 Volvo S70

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On my 1998 volvo s70 the floor is wet with coolant on the drivers side and when using the a/c you can smell freon and you can see a white fog coming through the vents


Your Heater Core is Bad= Coolant on Pass Floor
If A/C Does NOT blow Cold anymore the Evaperator Core is Leaking
First time I have seen them BOTH go Bad in 30 rs of Bein A Mech/Tech

May 31, 2009 | 1998 Volvo S70

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The windows fog up inside of my Volvo S70


Sure sounds like the heater core, the only other thing would be some time of leak that is raising the moisture in the car is the floor board on the passengers side wet? If not look toward the heater core.

Feb 27, 2009 | 1999 Volvo S70

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Replace Heater Core for Volvo S70 (1999)


It is your heater core. I fixed mine for $144. Ordered the new part on Ebay and followed these instructions http://www.volvospeed.com/vs_forum/index.php?showtopic=9717 It was very simple, I'm a middle age grandmother! The hardest part was cleaning up all the antifreeze. You will need a shopvac, a small one is $20 at WalMart.

Jan 12, 2009 | 1999 Volvo S70

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1998 volvo s70 heater smells strange and smoke fills the cabin


Your heater core is leaking. The smell and smoke is from the coolant evaporation.

Oct 17, 2008 | 1998 Volvo S70

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