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P311-3A6D20E    W0133-1823292  New

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2010 - Volvo S40 T5 R-Design Manual FWD
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P311-3A40E54    W0133-1823297  New

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2006 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-0950656    W0133-2052035  New

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2006 - Volvo XC90 2.5T
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2004 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1394654    W0133-2052036  New

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2006 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-116FB55    W0133-2107778  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Use M10X40 screw.
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2006 - Volvo XC90 V8 Ocean Race
First Equipment Quality
1996 Volvo 850 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-0211A69    W0133-1829991  New

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  • Some units may require a larger 22 mm nut, please order 9200250 separately if needed.
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1996 - Volvo 850 GLT Automatic
First Equipment Quality
2006 Volvo V70 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-0723FDE    W0133-1975320  New

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2006 - Volvo V70 2.5T
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2006 Volvo V70 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-3C82C08    W0133-1975309  New

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2006 - Volvo V70 2.5T
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2002 Volvo V70 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-44F22AF    W0133-1975317  New

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2002 Volvo V70 CV Axle Assembly GKN Drivetech

P311-5D6B2F7    W0133-1975317  New

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2007 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4BDDAF1    W0133-1959370  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Chas: 355741-
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2008 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4BDDAF1    W0133-1959370  New

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2006 Volvo V50 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4343E72    W0133-1823294  New

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2006 - Volvo V50 2.4i
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2007 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2FA5F86    W0133-1959368  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Chas: 355741-
  • Use M10X65 screw.
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2007 - Volvo XC90 FWD 355741 and up
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2008 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2FA5F86    W0133-1959368  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Use M10X65 screw.
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2008 - Volvo XC90
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2007 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2FA5F86    W0133-1959368  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Chas: 355741-364410
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2007 - Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 355741 and up 364410
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2007 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2FA5F86    W0133-1959368  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • Chas: 364448-364637
  • Use M10X65 screw.
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2007 - Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 364448 and up 364637
First Equipment Quality
2007 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2FA5F86    W0133-1959368  New

Qty:
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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • Chas: 364954-
  • Use M10X65 screw.
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2007 - Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 364954 and up
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2007 Volvo XC90 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2FA5F86    W0133-1959368  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • Chas: 367134-
  • Use M10X65 screw.
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2007 - Volvo XC90 V8 Sport 367134 and up
GKN Drivetech
2006 Volvo V70 CV Axle Assembly GKN Drivetech

P311-1F29575    W0133-1975320  New

Qty:
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GKN Drivetech CV Axle Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • 100% New
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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2006 - Volvo V70 2.5T

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05 Volvo S-60 no drive no reverse grinds going into Park

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Question From comnavguy on 05 Volvo S-60 no drive no reverse grinds going into Park

2005 Volvo S-60 with 128.000 miles.

Driver parked at mall and upon returning the car would not move in Reverse nor Drive. When shifting from Reverse or Drive into Park, the noise sounds like the vehicle is moving when put into Park. Park does not hold the vehicle. It can be pushed forward or backwards in Park.

I've never heard one grind going into Park unless the car was moving.

Any suggestions will make me dance for joy.

Response From nickwarner

Park sprag is sheared offf which explains that noise. The no movement indicates a bad low/rev clutch pack which has finally popped and taken others with it. Its new trans time. So news on the price may make your dance skip a step or two, especially with this car.

Response From comnavguy

I kinda suspected the broken-off Park thingee, but was hoping for my friend better news RE total replacement or huge super cost re-build.

Is it likely that all these malfunctions happened simultaneously? Is it more likely that one set of problems has been ongoing and finaly the straw/camel happened?

From your knowledge, does this year/model Volvo have a history of tranny problems? I think it was '92-93 that Buick put a tranny intended for the V-6 into LeSabres and Park Aves with the 350 V-8 and they disintegrated at about 38,000 to 45,000 miles. Buick didn't do a recall but I think they paid towing and extended warranties for 50,000 "IF" the damaged party got insistent and talked with the BBB.

Thanks for the reply and let me know what else you know of this car/tranny.

Response From nickwarner

I don't deal much with the Euro stuff myself, as there isn't as much of a market for it in my area and they use a lot of specialty tools that are costly. Don't know if this is a common thing. The parking sprag I am referring to is inside the trans. I don't know how this guy drives it, if he beats it or anything so hard to say why the failure occured. Most cars I see where the park sprag shears is because someone put it into park while it was still moving. But what is certainly blown in it I can't say from where I sit. Thats a question for the trans guy who rebuilds it.

I would imagine your straw/ camel assumption is likely. Things don't usually fail completely like this without warning unless its a 90's model Caravan where they blew a fist-sized hole through the case because of a poorly designed diff.

I think you might've gotten bad info on the GM issue. LeSabre and Park Ave were front wheel drive since the late 80's and never could have a 350 in them, just a 3.8. The Buick Roadmaster was the rear wheel drive model that had a 350, same as the Caprice and even the Caddy Fleetwood.

Response From comnavguy

OK. Gimme a break. What am I supposed to be a great brain surgeon, mechanic AND mathematician? So I was a decade or so off. It was in 84 that Buick had the transmission issue, and I'm not even certain about that. It might have been 82.

Buick did make it right but only if the owner(s) made enough noise about the problem. They paid towing and replaced the trans with, I think, the 400-R4 trnsmission.

I keep shooting and eventually I hit the target. Once in awhile it's the bullseye.

Response From Discretesignals

You mean the 200-4R transmission?

Response From comnavguy

YES! I think it was the 200 R4 transmission.

As for the Volvo which started all this thread - the CV is OK. The owner had it towed back to his house and is going to sell the car as is. He said he hopes to run across someone who KNOWS and LOVES this model Volvo and who knows he can get it fixed inexpensively.

The "knows and loves" let me out.

Thanks for everything.

Response From kensoncustom

still sounds like a c/v issue ,check the 2 piece shaft striped splines could cause this problem.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Did you make sure you didn't have a broken CV axle?

Response From comnavguy

We have not checked to see if there is a broken CV. This break-down happened in a mall parking lot, and the security guy got involved. Until today, the car has not been up on a jack YET. I'm going to see if we can't check the CV tonight.

Thanks for that suggestion and reminder.

2006 volvo s40 lost all power but didn't die

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Question From Jtree5757 on 2006 volvo s40 lost all power but didn't die

Try to keep it brief. Wasn't in car when this happened.

Gf driving on freeway then car started slowing down all of a sudden. Car didn't die. When she stepped on gas toms would go up but still slowing down

Pulled over and when she came to a stop ALL the warning lights on the odometer panel came on then car shut off. Smelled smokey.

Tow truck tried o start it an she said it sounded loud (couldn't describe it better)
But didn't start

I looked at it this morning and noticed oil on the skid plate. Also no oil in system (dip stick dry). There is oil on oil pan, axle, and a little higher too. Couldn't pinpoint it by visual inspect.

Timing belt intact and ATF looks good and at normal level.

What should I start looking for or doing in order to diagnose?

I was planning on putting oil in tomorrow morning then trying to start it and find the leak (if it even starts)

2006 volvo s40 2.5l 2wd (no turbo)

Any ideas or advice on where to get started

Thanks!

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Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Your girlfriend had an oil leak that has been going on for a little while. She didn't bother to check her oil when she fills up with gas, which would've alerted her to this fact. So she most likely just blew an expensive engine.

My car is newer than this, and I make it a point to check the oil every week because this can happen.

First step is do a compression test to see if you still have enough engine left to bother testing further.

Timing Belt

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Question From BellaMoon on Timing Belt

Hi All--

What would happen if the timing belt breaks on a 2008 Volvo C30 T5 manual transmission if the engine is running? (Sorry, I have no idea what the engine size is). Mileage is 119,643 -- yes, a lot for an '08. I bought it new, I have a 189 r/t commute to work 25 miles each way on mountain roads, plus another 103 miles r/t a couple times a week to the hospital where my little girl is being treated for cancer).

Thanks for your help.
--Lucy.

Response From Hammer Time

It would likely bend most every valve and for all intents and purposes, destroy the engine.

Response From Discretesignals

The engine size is 2.5L FYI. Hope your little girl gets better soon.

Response From BellaMoon

Thank you for the information on engine size! It's good to know these things :-) And thanks so much for your good thoughts about my daughter. She very ill right now but we're remaining positive!

Response From BellaMoon Top Rated Answer

Thank you. At the dealership it was never mentioned about timing belts for over 90,000 miles. The the service manager I worked with left and the new guy mentioned it should be replaced at 60,000 miles. He's also the same person told me I needed axle boots everytime I went in for a service and that it would be $1,150 to fix my A/C. Leery, I went to an independant mechanic. Not only was the problem with the A/C a sensor (under $100) and not the compressor, the axle boots were fine AND original to the car.

As for the timing belt, I'll get that tended to as soon as I have the money for it--my daughter's medical has to come first). The reason I asked was that with my previous car if the timing belt broke it wouldn't do any damage. Now I know I have to focus on getting it replace ASAP. Thanks again.