VolvoHowTo.com » Volvo Tutorial Request
Is there a specific Volvo How To tutorial that you need?
Fill out a comment below (Leave a Reply) indicating what is it, and we’ll try to create it for you!
I am trying to remove the rear seat backs from my 2004 S60 in order to replace the intank fuel pump. I have removed the cushion but how do I get the back off?
Need to replace the struts on my 2002 Volvo s40. I didnt see a tutorial for doing so.
Here you have some guidelines and torque specs to replace the front struts on your Volvo S40: http://www.volvohowto.com/how-to-replace-front-struts-on-volvo-s40-v40-1996-2004/
Found much corrosion in battery compartment and underneath. Bolts to the tray are rusted and penetrating fluid hasn’t helped. No corrosion on terminals, everywhere else. How can I get the tray out to remove corrosion under it?
In what model?
hi, can you please confirm the nº of engine?
the vin is YV1BW7652A1165030
Hi. It’s the D4164T engine with the MTX75 transmission. Regards
I need to change the fuel filter of my XC70 2010 D5 D5244T10. Where is the filter holder located, please? I will appreciate your help.
Thanks in advance,
Check this post: http://www.volvohowto.com/how-to-change-engine-oil-volvo-s60-v60-s80-v70-xc60-xc70-xc90-s40-v40-v50-c30-c70-d5-2-4d-d3-d4-d6-5-cylinder-diesel-engines/
Re: Volvo V40 sport manual petrol estate 2002
The hood release cable has broken so I am unable to open the hood. It is completely closed shut. Is there an easy way to open the hood without breaking the grille? I can see 3x10mm nuts of which I have removed 2 (lower one is not moving as the head may be rounding off) in case the whole lock mechanism comes loose allowing me to lift the hood.
Seen a few videos on youtube but nothing specific for my model. Would be good to know some options please before a garage charges me more than the car is worth to break the grille and mechanism and free the hood.
I will need to open the hood soon to top up the oil. Any advice would be gratefully appreciated.
Do you know in what end it have snapped?
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
What is the car brand treated in this site? (Required)
Didn't find what you were looking for? Click here to submit a Volvo Tutorial Request!