Question about 2000 Volvo S80
With the O2 sensor, i found that its easiest to disconnect it, cut the wire at the sensor, break off what you can off the sensor and the you will be ableto get to nut part of it with a ratchet, don't worry because when replacing it the new one only has to be a little more than hand tight so if you don't have a big enough wrench then you can turn it about a 1/4 more after getting it hand tight (get it tighter if you can, it doesn't hurt. Just don't over due it, its an extreme heat area so after time it will clamp down on the sensor). For the speaker simply take flat head screwdriver and pry it open from the side, there you will find the screws holding the speaker in place, unscrew those and disconnect the wire. Splicing the wire may be needed depending on the replacing speaker.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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