Question about Volvo 850
1. Your problem is the cylinder head gasket cracked.
2. Forget about bad turbocharger at this moment.
3. You need to buy a new cylinder head gasket and new cylinder head bolts. Check the cylinder head flatness when removing. Rectificate the cylinder head surface if necessary! Also change the engine oil & filter. You need new engine coolant, of course. If you do it yourself the approximate cost of the reparation is $250.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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