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06 XC90 Turning Radius Limit Stop?

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backyardbill
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06 XC90 Turning Radius Limit Stop?

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My XC90 front suspension has been rebuilt in recent years: control arms, hubs, struct, tie rods, CV axels, roll bar bushings (poly), etc. Everything was not installed all at once, but over time. Anyway, the front steering seems to travel too far left and right. I believe the spring clock in the steering column stopped working, and the "Anti-Skid temporarily off" message is on constantly in the info display.

Could a "bump stop" be missing on the suspension that would limit the travel of the front wheel turning radius?

I ordered a used clock string assembly (Volvo Steering Angle Sensor 3131308), but, didn't pull the old one out yet.

Any clues would be appreciated
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Re: 06 XC90 Turning Radius Limit Stop?

Post by wanderdüne »

There is not a stop on the XC90
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Re: 06 XC90 Turning Radius Limit Stop?

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thanks for the reply.
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Re: 06 XC90 Turning Radius Limit Stop?

Post by cn90 »

- The steering stop in fact sits inside the steering rack.
Photos are in the FRONT suspension DIY I wrote a few months ago.

- The "Anti-skid message". Most of the time, it is nothing, chasing this problem is frustrating.
After I have read all the posts about "Anti-skid message" I decided to live with the problem.
Zero issues.
2004 V70 2.5T 100K+
2005 XC90 2.5T 110K+
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