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Re: 1996 Volvo 960 starter
Is in the middle by the drivers side.
you wont be able to replace it from top. you will have to remove it from underneath the car.
it will be aroud 12 - 15 inches from bottom to top of vehicle, by the drivers side
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Don, do you have any photos, my dad is tryin to fix my 1996 960 volvo and can't find a diagram or schematic anywhere we found a kit, but my parking break is missing parts so he has no idea where the pieces go!!
there is no pcv valve on the 960 ....there is a flame trap which is located on the air snorkel next to the throttle body its black and and has a large hose coming off of it as well as a smaller vacuum line
Disconnect the battery and wires going to the
starter. If air charge tube is in the way you can remove it. I am not
looking at a S-70 turbo right now but sure that I have never had to
remove intake to R&R a starter. There might be a bracket on the
passenger side of starter with a 12mm bolt into the front of the engine
and two 10mm nuts onto the starter. Remove two 13mm stud bolts that
hold starter in place and slide out. New starter goes in reverse order.