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Where is the throttle body on a volvo s80 located

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Under the intake manifold called etm

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

  • brad hoch Nov 25, 2011

    go to you tube on vexed volvo thread and it will show you exactly how to remove it. Or XeMODex @ 888-712-2525 will tell you where it is and how to remove plus more...great resource

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