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SOURCE: Coolant temp sensor

it is located where the upper radiator hose enters the thermostat housing

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the engine coolant sensor in a v70 99

Coolant Temperature Sensor/Switch (For Computer): Service and Repair
ENGINE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Removal

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Engine temperature sensor, 5-cylinder
Jack up the car.
Remove protection cover from under engine.
Drain the coolant.
Lower the car.
Release coolant hose from thermostat housing using pliers.
Remove thermostat housing.
Remove sensor.


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Engine temperature sensor, 6-cylinder
Jack up the car.
Remove protection cover from under engine.
Drain the coolant.
Lower the car.
Loosen oil reservoir for servo pump.
Remove coolant reservoir and put it to one side.
Remove screws and outer/upper timing-gear casing.
Remove screws and wire channel.
Disconnect connector.
Remove 4 screws and thermostat housing.
Remove sensor and wires.
Installation
Engine temperature sensor, 6-cylinder
Install thermostat housing sensor.
Position wires in slot on thermostat housing.
Note! The white marks should be positioned in lower opening of slot, from underneath.
Position gasket on thermostat housing correctly and install thermostat housing using two of the screws.
Position thermostat housing correctly and tighten the four screws.
Position wire channel correctly and position wire in channel.
Tighten screw on wire channel.
Connect the connector.
Install outer/upper timing-gear casing.
Install coolant reservoir.
Install oil reservoir for servo pump.
Follow-on work, 6-cylinder
Fill up coolant.
Warm the engine until the thermostat opens.
Switch engine oft and check the level. Re-fill if necessary.
Check for leaks.
Check in VADIS vehicle communication (read-out of parameter values), for current engine system, that the engine temperature shown appears
correct.
Engine temperature sensor, 5-cylinder
Install in reverse order.
Follow-on work, 5-cylinder
Fill up coolant.
Warm the engine until the thermostat opens.
Switch engine off and check the level. Re-fill if necessary.
Check for leaks.
Check in VADIS vehicle communication (read-out of parameter values), for current engine system, that the engine temperature shown appears
correct.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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SOURCE: cannot locate coolant reservoir in Volvo V70

The reservoir is on the passenger side in the engine compartment just forward of the shock mount. It has a green cap.

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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SOURCE: My volvo v70 starts runs but sometimes looses

Thats the ait idle controll solinoid faulty nhave it changed.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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SOURCE: PLEASE HELP volvo 1998 v70 radio code

You need to call a Volvo dealer. They'll likely ask you for a number on a sticker on the radio itself. You can find that sticker by pulling the radio out (push the 2 skinny vertical "bars" on each side of the radio to pop them out, then pull on them to pull out the entire radio unit).

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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