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I don't know the size of my drive belt in a volvo 850

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More then one size will fit ac / no ac/ engine size / call the auto parts store and they can look it up for you

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1996 Volvo 850 the seat belt won't release so I can't put on my seatbelt when driving. Is this expensive to fix.

The locking mechanism is plastic and usually brakes apart inside. It needs to be replaced. Because it is a 96 model, I would not trust used parts. Buy new from Volvo. They run in the $200 range for the part.

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1996 Volvo 850 Timing Belt Replacement

the public library has a great online service. otherwise just take a picture of before and make the after look the same and mark the wheels so there in the same spot

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How do I change the battery on a 1994 volvo 850

Don't know about the layout of the Volvo belts; however, there are basically two ways to release and restore tension on belts.

The old way involved components that could be moved in and out to allow the new belt to be put in place and then have tension restored to the belt. A bolt in an elongated hole allowed this movement. The component that could be moved could be the alternator or power steering pump. The sequence was: loosen the bolt, move the component, install the new belt, move the component back till the belt is tensioned, and tighten the bolt.

The new system involves a tensioner that holds the belt in position. These tensioners can be moved in one direction to allow the new belt to be installed. After the belt is in place, the tensioner is released and it moves back to a position where it keeps the proper tension on the belt.

Oct 20, 2009 | 1994 Volvo 850

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Need to change it

Well you have to get the serpentine belt out of the way, then get under the timing cover and get the timing belt off. that being said it is pretty standard practice to do all this at one: serpentine and timing belts, timing idler pulley and tensionor and the water pump. It take 1 1/2 to 2 hours to do. Here's a good tutorial on it:

Aug 06, 2009 | 1994 Volvo 850

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Installing drive belt

Hope this helps! If the belt seems too long for this configuration, some later models route differently to get more contact with the alternator pulley to reduce slippage:


Apr 08, 2009 | 1995 Volvo 850

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Seat belt 95 volvo 850

remove the door pillar trim and un bolt it.slide seat forewards and remove the door surround rubbers then take off the door pillar trim

Jan 01, 2009 | 1995 Volvo 850

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93` 850 volvo. no timming marks

If your timing belt belt broke, you have damaged the valves and the cylinder head will need to be removed and rebuilt, or replaced.

Dec 11, 2008 | 1993 Volvo 850

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