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Part nunber hello, i´m Jose from Portugal i have a volvo v40 1.9d of 2001 i have a problem on a rear brake on the side that works the hand brake that uses a ruber seling (retentor in Portuguese i think that the name in english is oil seal) my problem is to identify the part nunber i will post a foto of the part... thanks...

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You will need to replace the complete unit
or pull the seal measure it and order it thru a bearing and seal supply company

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