When I stopped buying by part number and instead by wattage and base style, I finally got a set of bulbs that have all been going strong for over six months.
New MVS Contributor ReWagner posts a great PDF that shows how to remove and replace the ABS pump in P2 Volvos… For some time I have had an ABS message – with trouble codes BTM0070 (pump motor supply voltage, faulty signal) and BCH0072 (pump motor, mechanical error). The online information that I could find suggested […]
Volvo Parts Numbers Don’t Change… The numbers stay the same and the parts change. Check out Neil’s post about a Volvo evap pump part #31392490 for his 2006 XC70: In my last post I asked if anyone could confirm that the part I purchased from Volvo was the correct part as it looked different to […]
MVS Contributor precopster ran into a frustrating problem: a bad Magneti Marelli ETM… a new ETM dead out of the box. As if Volvo owners didn’t have enough trouble with 1999-2002 Volvos with failing/failed electronic throttle modules, now we have an example of a brand new ETM failing… right out of the box! See the MatthewsVolvoSite ETM […]
MVS Contributor coflynn comes up with a brilliant and different approach and fix for the AC clutch gap problem, which is commonly fixed with the classic AC bread clip fix. See images from Volvo that show the AC clutch. He came up with an AC clutch gap magnetic fix. My A/C has been dead for a while, and […]