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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by jimpierce7 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 11:08 am

Thank you!! I just tallied up using Volvo only parts and its almost $700. About $550 with what I have. XC70Rider set up adds about $70 to my original cost and I think I would rather have metal where metal is.

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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by jimpierce7 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:08 pm

Updated parts list. All I need is the wife's W-2. Got mine already. State returns come quick usually.

Part#: kit-504286 $208.60 Volvo PCV breather kit
part#: 30731007 $42.10 Volvo PCV nipple
part#: 31293698 $109.69 Thermostat
part#: 30731727 $144.99 Timing belt kit
part#: KIT-524581 $63.53 Water pump
part#: 8653884 $7.82 Banjo Bolt
part#: 18671 $1.13 x 2 crush washer

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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by xHeart » Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:39 am

jimpierce7 wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:08 pm
Updated parts list. All I need is the wife's W-2. Got mine already. State returns come quick usually.

Part#: kit-504286 $208.60 Volvo PCV breather kit
part#: 30731007 $42.10 Volvo PCV nipple
part#: 31293698 $109.69 Thermostat
part#: 30731727 $144.99 Timing belt kit
part#: KIT-524581 $63.53 Water pump
part#: 8653884 $7.82 Banjo Bolt
part#: 18671 $1.13 x 2 crush washer
Above is a lot to handle in one setting unless you've help.

XC70 are fun to work while playing your favorite radio station. 2006 XC70 with 190,000 miles, I'd focus on following first:
  • part#: 30731727 $144.99 Timing belt kit
  • part#: KIT-524581 $63.53 Water pump
include this:
  • auxiliary belt, idler roller and tensioner -- use new bolts
I drive 200-1000 miles before taking on next task.
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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by jimpierce7 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:09 pm

xHeart wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:39 am
Above is a lot to handle in one setting unless you've help.

XC70 are fun to work while playing your favorite radio station. 2006 XC70 with 190,000 miles, I'd focus on following first:
  • part#: 30731727 $144.99 Timing belt kit
  • part#: KIT-524581 $63.53 Water pump
include this:
  • auxiliary belt, idler roller and tensioner -- use new bolts
I drive 200-1000 miles before taking on next task.
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Sounds like sound advice. Thing is, my PCV system is plugged and inoperative. Maybe switch the procedure?

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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by Rattnalle » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:27 pm

A plugged PCV should absolutely have priority.

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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by xHeart » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:01 am

Rattnalle wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:27 pm
A plugged PCV should absolutely have priority.
There is a convergence of crankcase, timing, and cooling. Prioritizing is a VERY good idea.
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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by Rattnalle » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:13 am

xHeart wrote:
Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:01 am
Rattnalle wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:27 pm
A plugged PCV should absolutely have priority.
There is a convergence of crankcase, timing, and cooling. Prioritizing is a VERY good idea.
Agreed. And I don't believe in portioning those important repairs out. Do it all at once while you're there. PCV plus complete timing belt is still only a day's work. The accessory belt and PS pump has to come off for the thermostat anyways. Then getting the intake manifold off will be easier with the thermostat out of the way.

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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by jimpierce7 » Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:09 pm

woo hoo!! Parts on order!! I'll ask here but may start a new thread.

When installing the timing belt the tensioner is heat sensitive? Pretty sure I'll be a good 4 or 5 hours into the job when I get there? Would that be long enough to be "cold"?

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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by abscate » Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:24 pm

In CA just stick the gauge I the middle of the range, it's not that critical.
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Re: 2006 xc70 breather (PCV) system

Post by jimpierce7 » Thu Feb 14, 2019 8:29 pm

thanks!!

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