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2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

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2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sat Feb 22, 2014 4:48 am

Purchased with 292,478 kms and in need of TLC.

Today fitted new
Gates timing belt,
URO mechanical tensioner,
water pump,
URO idler pulley,
Gates accessory idler roller,
Bando accessory belt
NGK BKR6E V electrode spark plugs
New coolant (Repco)
Oil & Bosch filter change Penrite HPR 10W-50 full synthetic

Flushed crankcase with 2 Litres hydrocarbons (Shellite) and ran fresh oil through to clean the Shellite out.

Tomorrow a Transgo kit awaits the transmission. Noticed an oil leak coming from the turbo area. Will investigate further.
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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sat Feb 22, 2014 10:48 pm

It took a little longer to remove spark plugs and soak up oil in plug wells due to oil cap seal leak. Aisin water pump was weeping from expansion plug (mileage unknown)

The oil leaks seem to be purely from the oil cap seal.

Transgo kit and new transmission fluid will be next weekend
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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sat Apr 26, 2014 6:59 am

Valve body was refurbished with a Transgo kit last month.

Replaced voltage regulator in the alternator. Idle is now 14.28V with no load; previously it was 13.1V

Replaced the power steering reservoir hose with a new one as it had been seeping.


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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sat Sep 20, 2014 4:53 am

295,000 kms. Drained and filled transmission with 10 litres of synthetic JWS 3309 compliant fluid. Three separate drain and fills. Reset maintenance light and reset transmission adaptives and transmission fluid counter. Adaptive drive cycle done.

Brakes and tyres are very new. Some wear on passenger front outside edge. Will have a wheel alignment done.


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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sun Sep 28, 2014 2:36 am

295, 600kms I made a poor buying decision with a regualtor a couple of months ago as it failed shortly afterwards. Replaced voltage regulator again today in alternator as battery voltage with engine running was only 12.7V.

After replacement of the regulator it's now a healthy 14.5V with no accessories.


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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sun Oct 12, 2014 1:46 am

296,158kms replaced the fuel filter with Ryco Z766

Cost $33
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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Thu Dec 18, 2014 5:17 am

298,000 kms new Bosch fuel pump fitted. Part number 69746 ordered from Amazon.

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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sat Jan 17, 2015 2:49 pm

299,000kms. Rotated tyres from front to rear and vice versa. Inflated fronts to 33psi and rears to 29psi. Topped up coolant with 200mls. No oil/fluid leaks.


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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Fri Apr 10, 2015 9:53 pm

301,156kms

Noticed that the serpentine belt was shredding slightly and located a power steering fluid leak at the reservoir clamp. Tracked the problem to an inferior clamp which had bitten in to the hose.
Cut 10mm off the hose and replaced the clamp while also using new PS fluid 1 litre

Cost $10 for fluid and $3.25 for clamp


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Re: 2002 XC70 SBD 672 Burgundy

Post by precopster » Sat Apr 18, 2015 2:15 am

301,338 kms replaced oil and filter.

Also drain and fill transmission 3.5 litres

Also replaced oil filter housing as it had a deep gouge

Again Bosch made in USA filter media is crushed and deformed (same thing occurred on my 2000 V70 using the same filter)
Is that a hole I see in the filter media ????

Cost of repairs:
Oil filter housing Dorman 917-017 $15.00
Mahle oil filter OX-149D $13.00
Synthetic oil 5W-30 Chief $45.45
Synthetic fluid for trans Chief JWS-3309 compliant 3.5 litres $35

Total: $108.45

Notes: oil leaks seem to be occurring from oil cooler o rings. Replace soon.

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