Question about 2008 Volvo XC70
Most like you have a shield underneath, and wll require a 10mm socket wrench. The filter is the triky devil, cos its prob a canister and not a normal metal filter. It should be close to the pan, but if not look around the front under the radiator, or behind one of the front tires. I suggest having a really good filtewr wrench for it though.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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