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O-ring on turbo oil return

How do you replace the O-Ring on the turbo Oil return line on 1999 Volvo

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If you clean it at the block and put on some sealer it helps,the only way to fix it if your asking this ? would be to pay a VOLVO tech to do it correct or live with it it is very common and is normally not a big leak

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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    gerl1508 Jan 19, 2012

    Same problem w-xc70 1998 volvo, I had to take the turbo off to replace a 0.10 piece of rubber/O-ring, etc. .. If your mechanically inclined - it won't be that difficult.. I guess that's why it's let go for a long time.. Good luck..

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