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06 S60R BCM-0095 and other codes, Anti-skid disabled

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Re: 06 S60R BCM-0095 and other codes, Anti-skid disabled

Post by erikv11 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 12:30 pm

Erie doesn't have one right now but (a) I haven't pulled it yet and (b) I'll look around for a part-out, thanks for the tips.
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Re: 06 S60R BCM-0095 and other codes, Anti-skid disabled

Post by erikv11 » Wed Jul 01, 2020 11:58 pm

- Pete - wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 10:44 am
several useful points ...
I've been reading up in BG delete, may do that until I can find a good used BG. Couple questions though

(1) The descriptions I have found seem less complete regarding removing the fore-aft driveshaft . Do I need t drop the exhaust to do that?

(2) Does anything need to be capped off at the rear, or just pull the drive shaft (after marking it with a punch or something)?

(3) If the collar is "stuck" in the trans like it usually is, do I really need to remove the collar and blue-loctite it back in?
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Re: 06 S60R BCM-0095 and other codes, Anti-skid disabled

Post by Rvolvos » Thu Jul 02, 2020 9:48 pm

I can perhaps answer your question regarding 3) I read a post on the Volvo XC forum, messaged the original poster. He told me if stuck leave it it won’t come out.
I have a C30 with a M66 AWD gearbox. I wanted to remove the bg. No AWD conversion plan.
To be sure a made a simple retaining bracket. See attached picture.
Driving the car for half a year without a problem. Hope it helps.
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Re: 06 S60R BCM-0095 and other codes, Anti-skid disabled

Post by - Pete - » Fri Jul 03, 2020 1:24 am

erikv11 wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 11:58 pm
- Pete - wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 10:44 am
several useful points ...
I've been reading up in BG delete, may do that until I can find a good used BG. Couple questions though

(1) The descriptions I have found seem less complete regarding removing the fore-aft driveshaft . Do I need t drop the exhaust to do that?

(2) Does anything need to be capped off at the rear, or just pull the drive shaft (after marking it with a punch or something)?

(3) If the collar is "stuck" in the trans like it usually is, do I really need to remove the collar and blue-loctite it back in?


1. You can remove exhaust from DP back, but there is no need to do this. If you have space, you can lower the tailpipe end from its rubber retainers a bit, but even this isn’t mandatory. You can get the driveshaft out without moving the exhaust at all. Freeing the front and rear CV joints free from the BG flange & oscillation damper can be a defeating sort of humiliation, depending on how much rust is present. The instructions in ViDA say to use a bolt to push the CVJ out of the flange from the opposite side. (I’ve never done it this way.) I can post them if you’d like. Will need to fire up my diesel powered laptop to do so though.

2. There is no need to mark which bolts went here and there/which holes line up. The driveshaft is balanced without the flanges on either end present so it doesn’t matter. Far as capping, its up to you how you want to protect your oscillation damper. If it was me I’d give it some smearing of something and then seal it up so it doesn’t have a nice collection of adhered s*** waiting for you to come find it when you go to reinstall the driveshaft. No doubt, you will have some erroneous messages being populated with fuse in the REM.

3. You will most certainly need to pull the collar sleeve if you ever plan to have functional RWD again. For temporary FWD use though, if it doesn’t fall out on its own I’d just leave it. You never know, from all the rattling Of failed splines it may just slide right out.
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