Cut off the hose clamp with large wire cutters and remove the hose. You need a regular, flat 24mm wrench. When your Volvo requires the best replacement Automatic Transmission Fluid, there's no need to waste time looking anywhere other than the authority, Car Parts Discount. I repeated it 4 times. Step 7: Position your oil drain pan, wear some rubber gloves and have papertowels nearby. But even with no dealer trip the transmission will run better.
Thanks for the reply everyone i did not replace the o- rings on transmission lines it seems like after i replaced radiator and lost a little tranny fluid the transmission now has very slight shifting flares coming to a stop more so in stop and go traffic and between 2nd and 3rd gear perfectly smooth on the highway and shifts fine as long as im not in stop and go traffic to long any help appreciated thanks!! The drain and fill can be done with relative ease, and probably should be done with the number of miles on your car. If the fluid must be checked when it is cool, the level should be between the lower 2 notches. Drive shafts with symmetrical joint location. Not all transmission fluid is the same. Oct 01, 2009 I'm assuming you have an automatic trans. Meets Volvo Spec: 97340, 97341. Through the decades Volvo became synonymous with safety, owing in no small part to ad campaigns in the 70's showing Volvos stacked six high or crushed into cubes with perfectly functional cabin doors.
The item must be new and in its original manufacturer packaging to be eligible for a cash refund. Don't go too long without fixing your Automatic Transmission Fluid. Lower quality oils may not offerthe same fuel economy, engine performance, or engine protection. The fluid level should be checked only when the transmission is hot normal operating temperature. I would repeat it as many times as you can, based on how much fluid you have. This is why they referred you to a dealer.
I was thinking of changing it. Run the engine until the two quarts have flushed thru and you see air bubbles in the clear plastic tubing. Tighten a new hose clamp in place. Mark off a milk jug and it works quite well. I used a plastic baggie, some foil, and a ziptie.
Or, examine the part in person at your nearest Advance Auto Parts location. Meets Volvo Spec: 97340, 97341. Be sure that it has been pushed all the way in, then pause 3 seconds. Thanks for the link, very interesting thread. You need to at least review all the items that are recommended at the 90K service and determine if they need to be done.
My owners manual doesn't recommend servicing the trans fluid unless you use the vehicle for towing. Now back the car off the ramps, so it is sitting on a level, flat surface. See the Volvo guidelines below to get the level right. Toe-in measured on the wheel rims: 2. I know that an earlier model of the Isuzu Trooper had the same thing and drove me crazy looking for the silly dipstick only to find out there isn't one. Your transmission will probably last 100K without much of a problem on the original oil, but it's longevity from 100-200K miles which is determined by how well you take care of it from 0-100K.
Torque it to 40Nm if you have a crow's foot for your torque wrench, otherwise tighten it carefully, no need to overtighten this. All specifications are subject to change without notice. Also here's a picture of the hose clamp, cut off the return line. The only difference in my procedure was that I didn't use a milk jug and I didn't remove the return line, I just used the line coming off of the transmission to the cooler. You will be credited for your original invoice amount, less any discounts received.
Complete shipping and return policy information can be found in our. So I knew I was +1 quart. Exhaust emission control isaccomplished by multiport fuel injection, a heated oxygen sensor and athree-way catalytic converter. He said its best to replace the oil all at once and replace that in a few months if I liked, but doing 50%, 75%, 87. The item must be new and in its original manufacturer packaging to be eligible for a cash refund. Then, for those of us who still insist, just under general principle, in changing the fluid, they neglect to include a drain plug.
They are both hard metal lines which connect to flexible tubing. You can try that if you want, but if you replace all of it at once, you risk screwing up your transmission, as they're not too happy if all the fluid is replaced at once if it has never been done before. The level on the dipstick should be in the cold range, or below the hot range if the engine is warm. It also helps to get a lid for the clean bucket so you can keep it clean in between drain and fills. The alignment specifications apply to a car at curb weight without passengers or cargo. Depending on your mileage you might be doing more harm than good by flushing it. If your car is shifting perfectly fine mine wasn't you don't need to use an expensive synthetic fluid.