Question about 1994 Volvo 850
Yes, its possible. and no im not licensed, but have done it myself. here's some pointers. do you have the time ? and tools ? and another vehicle to drive when you realise you should have just paid the 800 bucks.
your gonna have to raise the vehicle enuff to take the transmission out of the way, and then refill the fluids you loose. plus cleanup the mess you make.
autozone sells manuals that cover a few models between certain years, and it has step by step instructions to show you whats required.......spend the 19 dollars and read it. if you have what is required, i say go for it.
but if you do something wrong and it leaks, you have to do it all over again.
if a shop does it n it leaks, they have to repair it for free.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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