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You need to get a manual for this. Plus, do you have the tools to do this job. Believe me, you will need specialty tools. I would have to write a book to get you threw it. Good luck, if your a novice. Follow the manual.....

Posted on Dec 06, 2014

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SOURCE: location of volvo s40 2003 oil filter

It is underneath near the oil pan. Not really a filter, but the cover to the filter. Should be a black round looking thing. Remove this, and the paper filter element is inside. Be careful not to crack or damage the cover.

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SOURCE: belt routing diagram 2001 volvo s40 1.9l turbo

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SOURCE: what type of oil does a 2002 Volvo S40 turbo

2005 Volvo S40 AWD L5-2.5L Turbo Engine Oil Grade API SJ, SJ/CF, SJ/EC, ACEA A1, ILSAC GF-2 Below 30°C (86°F) 5W-30 -20°to 40°C (-4°to 104°F) 10W-30 © 2009 ALLDATA LLC. All rights reserved. Terms of Use

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SOURCE: 2001 Volvo s40 oil leaking in turbo, smokes white

Water in combustion chamber makes white smoke--suspect that the head gasket is leaking water into the chamber. If oil leaking around turbo, it may have a bad bearing and bad oil seal. Check waste gate valve and control.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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Volvo Service Manual


I was not able to find one other then the dealership official one which was a couple hundred dollars but I did join eautorepair.netfor 30 bucks I found these manuals very useful especially the wire diagrams

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hi there, there are chemicals on the market that will soften up the seals but these take time to work i would suggest changing the turbo, you will also have to remove the oil from the exhaust system this can be done with other chemicals like an upper cylinder cleaner feed directly in to the air intake but only after the turbo has be fixed
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