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Need maintenance schedule for Volvo XC90 2004 - particularly need to know when best to change timing belt as well as having transmission serviced but would appreciate a complete maintenance schedule

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Timing belt at 105000 miles,transmission service when the car tells you. it will say service trans. side note only have trans serviced at volvo dealer. no one else can rest trans to the new fluid. belive me it really matters

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There is an ap i just ran into on ios system called "repairPal" and it gives u all the scheduled maintenance based on year/mileage and car....should be on the android system too...

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With proper maintenance (ie, oil changes) a timing chain should last the life of the engine. It is not considered part of the normal scheduled maintenance. Even if you wanted to replace the timing chain you would not be able to without the timing chain kit that holds all the various parts in the correct alignment while the chain in being replaced. That will set you back about $500 to $600 us dollars.

Even if you had the kit you would have to pull the motor to replace all the timing chains. The passenger side cam is turned by a chain on the backside of the motor and is only serviceable with the engine removed from the vehicle. It is a really goofy setup!

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As far as other scheduled maintenance on your vehicle you can check the owners manual. It will have a list of services at particular intervals. Your local ford dealer or independent repair shop will also be able to help you with what needs to be done.

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How often does a 1993 Honda Civic EG GL need a general service? i.e timing belts, transmission fluids etc


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I have 86,000 miles on my 1993 240 Classic. What is the maintenance schedule and what should be done at this time?


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The 60K is expensive for cars with timing belt. The coolant, transmission oil and filter, and the brake fluid has to be changed. The air filter and spark plugs has to be replaced at this time too.
Most costly is the replacement of the timing belt. Volvo recommends for Volvo 240, changing the timing belt every 50,000 miles. Needless to say, they are pretty religious about this now.
The B20, B21, B23, and B230 engines are non-interference engines, meaning that the camshaft can be rotated independently of the crankshaft and no damage will result to the engine. That is, if the timing belt breaks, the valves will not hit the pistons; the engine will simply stop.
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The EGR valve has to be inspected.
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