Let’s talk Window Repair
My driver’s side window would get stuck intermittently. Finally one day the upper rear corner tipped forward out of its track and I decided it was time to fix it. Here’s how.
Tools and supplies you will need:
T-25 Torx bit and driver.
Flat blade screwdriver.
Jeweler’s (small) flat blade screwdriver.
Auto trim tool or plastic putty knife.
Drill and 3/16″ bit.
Pop Rivet tool and 3/16″ steel rivets.
Window sliders (if yours are broken): Volvo part #3509416
Bonus! More About The 2000 Volvo S80
Volvo’s S80 flagship debuted for 1999 but was never a top contender in its class. It has lots of interior room, a comfortable ride, and fairly nimble handling.
Some controls were awkward but somewhat improved for 2005. The standard engine was a fairly lively 2.9-liter inline six-cylinder. The turbocharged T6 offers quick and effortless acceleration. An AWD version with a turbo five-cylinder engine debuted for 2004. Only the underpowered 5-cylinder remained for 2006.
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