Yikes. I don’t like this. Today it’s 112 MPH, tomorrow it’s [?]. Yes, I’m a “slippery slope” argument guy. Volvo Cars said on Monday it will introduce a 180 km per hour (112 mph) speed limiter on all new vehicles as the Swedish automaker seeks to burnish its safety credentials and meet a pledge to […]
All I needed was a zip tie to move the crank sensor wire away from the distributor cap. A TSB was referenced from back in 1995.
This came from Dacvolvo a member here that has his own site where he shows off his C70. This is a great write-up from there with pictures. The front brake job is the same for all V/C/XC/S/70’s and 850’s. Thanks Dacvolvo!
I could not afford the calipers so I decided to re-lube the pistons on the calipers and guide-pins using CRC-synthetic brake & caliper grease in the hopes that the guide pins might have been sticking and causing the drag.
If you are getting a yellow light from the bulb, then I would suspect there is a poor circuit connection somewhere. Take the foglight bulb out and connect it to a reliable 12 volt source (e.g. your car battery)…