You have a factory system that is 6 or more speakers, and have an external amp that handles the crossovers to feed the tweeters. Re-wiring all of this without keeping the amp is a royal pain! These directions allow you to replace the head-unit while maintaining the factory amplifier and speaker wiring. ZERO re-wiring to the speakers is needed.
CN90: My “new” 2005 XC90 2.5T with 82K still has factory spark plugs as the P.O. never replaced them. Since I have had good success with NGK Iridium BKR6EIX in my 1998 BMW 528i, I decided to use these NGK Iridium BKR6EIX spark plugs in my XC90. Article Notes Who MVS Forums Contributor cn90 does what he does […]
There’s been several interesting and helpful forum topics lately regarding improving Volvo headlight output. Given that some P80 models we’re talking about are up to a quarter-century old, you might consider putting this at the top of your to do list. Headlight improvements are an attractive use of your time for several reasons: It’s a […]
DIY Tool for Fuel Pump Nice home made tool to remove P2 Volvo’s fuel pump ring! You could make the bottom piece out of hardwood easily, too. MVS member regierart on his 2001-2007 Volvo P2 models fuel pump tool: I Cobbled together a quick tool for the plastic ring over the sending unit. Worked like a […]
Volvo 850, S70, V70, C70 And XC70 Car Tips This page is a record of owners’ Volvo problems, car tips, questions and fixes. The items vary from routine maintenance to performance upgrades. The car tips and fixes on this page are primarily for Volvo 850, Volvo S70, V70 and XC models. There is no organization […]