Question about 1998 Volvo S70
I need a vacuum diagram for my 1998 s70 t5
I would guess that if you are having Vacuum problems that you need to replace the Flame Trap System. IPD has everything you need including the Intake Manifold Gasket. It is very self explanatory how it goes on.
Posted on May 23, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IT IS LOCATED ON THE BACK OF ENGINE ON DRIVERS SIDE NEAR O2 SENSOR NEAR EXHAUST AND HAS 2 TORX SCREWS THAT HOLD IT IN PLACE NEAR ENGINE BRACKET ON T-5 2.3 TURBO
Posted on May 14, 2009
IT is very easy get all of the intake ducts out of the way to get access to the starter motortakk off rubber boot and first disconnect neg battery terminal next unbolt two bolts that hold starter and the 3 wires and ground terminal from starter (i have a 14 millimeter wrench that i cuit in half to make removal easier) and you should be all-set
Posted on May 31, 2009
If you want a wiring diagram, the best place to get access to this information is alldatadiy.com. There you can have access to the same information system that I would use if you brought your vehicle to me for repair. The small annual fee is well worth it if you work on your own car.
Other than that, All I know to tell you is to scan your onboard computer system to see if any of the computer modules are reporting any circuit faults - this can possibly tell you what the wire goes to.
It is also possible that the wire is NOT SUPPOSED to be connected to anything. It may be some type of diagnostic connector or it may be a connector that is built-in to the wiring harness, but is for an option or accessory that your vehicle is not equipped with (this is very common).
Posted on May 19, 2012
You will likely need the heater hose junction (Volvo p/n 3522035) since it always leaks and it connects the heater core to the heater hoses on the firewall. The kit usually contains the retaining clips, but not the O-rings to connect to the heater core. You will also need the outlet and inlet hoses (9186847 and 9186849). The length, angles and configuration of these hoses will help you understand their orientation in the engine bay. They can only go on one way. Else, they won't connect to the pipes from the engine.
Posted on Oct 10, 2014
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