Question about 1999 Volvo S80
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: volvo sunroof replacement
well take the plastic covers off from inside car they are blocking the rails. then there are 2 screws on each side that you need o take out. First you need to take inside Sunroom cover out there are clips to do this from on top of cover that holds it in the trail it says in. once that is done them finish taking out the screws and have a friend get on one side and u on the otherand lift it gently out. Its easy. relax and have a good conversation while you are doing this. make sure you do not loose the screws and the clips arnt broken on the inside roof cover. enjoy and Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
if this helps.. I had the 1998 model S70. the water pump was driven by the timing belt. you had to take the timing belt off just to replace the water pump. it was just a simple bolt on replacement. the only difficult issue is resetting the hydraulic tensioner on the timing belt. the hydraulic tensioner has to be completely taken off and compressed VERY SLOWLY in a vise. then insert a very hard drill bit or (special volvo tool) into a keeper hole, reinstall hydraulic tensioner onto car and reinstall timing belt.very quickly remove drill bit from keeper hole in tensioner and the tensioner snaps back out to put tension on belt. and you are done.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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I wouldn't try it if you don't know how, (specially if this is what is known as an interference engine). Valve timing is *very* delicate and stray pistons love to chew them up!
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
In the past we have used starting fluid to find vacuum leaks. Start the engine, let it idle. Spray quick shots of starting fluid at your vacuum lines in isolated areas. When the starting fluid find the vacuum leak the engine will react to it... usually by going up in rpm. Depending on your engine computer, it may stall the engine. Either way you will find your vacuum leak. Get starting fluid or "ether" at Autozone or O'Reilly.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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