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Premium Guard
1978 Volvo 244 Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.1L Premium Guard - Standard Life

P311-07D3651    PO4670  New

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  • Standard Life
  • Product Attributes:
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Burst Pressure: 218
    • Bypass Relief Valve Setting: 17
    • Filter Media Material: Enhanced Cellulose
    • Filter Type: Spin-on
    • Gasket Inside Diameter: 2.42 In
    • Gasket Outside Diameter: 2.81 In
    • Gasket Thickness: 0.20 In
    • Gasket Type: Nbr
    • Height: 3.66 In
    • Inside Thread Size: 3/4"-16unf
    • Micron Rating: 25
    • Outer Diameter Bottom: 3.66 In
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1978 - Volvo 244 L 4 Cyl 2.1L - 2127
Meyle
1984 Volvo 244 Fuel Filter Meyle

P311-29AC316    W0133-1975280  New

Qty:
$35.14
Brand: Meyle
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Vehicle Aspiration
1984 - Volvo 244 Turbocharged
Hengst
1984 Volvo 244 Fuel Filter Hengst

P311-1F15550    W0133-1975280  New

Qty:
$17.80
  • 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.
Brand: Hengst
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Vehicle Aspiration
1984 - Volvo 244 Turbocharged
Full
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-348A6F9    W0133-1634487  New

Qty:
$16.42
Full Engine Oil Filter
  • Spin-On
Brand: Full
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Vehicle Aspiration
1984 - Volvo 244 Turbocharged
Mann-Filter
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Oil Filter Mann-Filter

P311-12BF467    W0133-1634487  New

Qty:
$24.95
Mann-Filter Engine Oil Filter
  • 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.
  • Spin-On
Brand: Mann-Filter
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Vehicle Aspiration
1984 - Volvo 244 Turbocharged
Genuine
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-2799261    W0133-1634487  New

Qty:
$15.08
  • 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.
  • Spin-On
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Aspiration
1984 - Volvo 244 Turbocharged
Victor Reinz
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Camshaft Seal Victor Reinz - Brown Fluor

P311-30C0D44    W0133-1631152  New

Qty:
$18.17
Victor Reinz Engine Camshaft Seal
  • 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.
  • Brown Fluor
Brand: Victor Reinz
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Vehicle Engine VIN
1984 - Volvo 244 8
Corteco
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Camshaft Seal Corteco - Brown Fluor

P311-4BE8CC6    W0133-1631152  New

Qty:
$30.92
Corteco Engine Camshaft Seal
  • 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.
  • 35x47x5.6mm or 35x47x6mm
  • Brown Fluor
Brand: Corteco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN
1984 - Volvo 244 8
Victor Reinz
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Balance Shaft Seal Victor Reinz - Brown Fluor

P311-30C0D44    W0133-1631152  New

Qty:
$18.17
Victor Reinz Engine Balance Shaft Seal
  • 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.
  • auxiliary shaft seal
  • Brown Fluor
Brand: Victor Reinz
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN
1984 - Volvo 244 8
Corteco
1984 Volvo 244 Engine Balance Shaft Seal Corteco - Brown Fluor

P311-4BE8CC6    W0133-1631152  New

Qty:
$30.92
Corteco Engine Balance Shaft Seal
  • 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.
  • auxiliary shaft seal
  • 35x47x5.6mm or 35x47x6mm
  • Brown Fluor
Brand: Corteco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN
1984 - Volvo 244 8

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Latest Volvo 244 Repair Guides & Installation Advice

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1989 Volvo 244DL dahboard and radio get REALLY hot

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Question From Synthetic Human on 1989 Volvo 244DL dahboard and radio get REALLY hot

Hi, crew. After ages of lurking and reading these forums, I finally have a problem worth asking about.

My gf has a 1989 Volvo 244DL with the 2.3L 4 cyl engine and 149,000 miles on it.
When driving, the dashboard and the radio get really hot. As in too-hot-to-touch. I've never smelled it, but she claims to occasionally smell a "burning, fireworks-like" smell. I'm worried about that.

Some history of the car: She bought it last August from an old man in Seattle who literally was on his deathbed. The machine is in pristine shape, it's clear coat is even in excellent shape. This car was well-taken care of, so I'm suspecting this might be an age-related issue?

This car does need to have the AC serviced, but so does my truck and it NEVER does any of those things so I doubt the AC is the culprit.

Any help will be immensely appreciated.
I thank you all very much.

Response From Hammer Time

The only thing I could suggest is to check all the ground straps and ground connections. It sounds like current may be finding an alternative path to ground.

Response From Synthetic Human Top Rated Answer

Good food for thought. It hadn't occurred to me to check the grounding.

I shall look into this.

Volvo 244 A/C problem

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Question From maxspeed on Volvo 244 A/C problem

89, 244, R12 system. I replaced the reciever dryer, expansion valve and flushed the system about a month ago. Refilled everything and had great cold air, then it suddenly went to warm air on a very hot day while I was idleing. Ok located problem, leaking seal in compressor. I replaced the compressor with an AC plus, Four seasons New unit, not rebuilt. Unit came with what it said was a complete oil charge. There was no indication if it was the full 6 ounces or just the amount the compressor carries. Anyway I still had the oil in the system I replaced when doing the earlier swap. Now when I disconnect my manifold gauges from testing the compressor I get a hand covered in refrigerant oil. So far I have stopped filling the refrigerant at just two cans, about half the required amount and still have warm air. What are the symptoms of too much oil? And can it hurt the system? And please do not ask me to comvert. Thanks....Max :<)
P.S. Yes the compressor is running while doing all this. Low side gauge is in the low 10-15 range and the high side is low at 125 or so.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

My experience with too much oil is strange cooling! Ok for a while then not Ok. If way over filled you risk hydraulic lock and disaster!! Only way I know of to know how much is to evac, flush and refill to spec, T

1988 Volvo Advice

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Question From Axplosion on 1988 Volvo Advice

I have a 1988 Volvo 244 that hasn't been run in over four years and I need to know what has to be done before I start it. I did the oil change and I know about the oil and fuel filter replacements. I got the radiator filled and I think I'm almost ready to start it after replacing the spark plugs, but here's what confuses me. I've heard from some sources that the gasoline has to be drained and replaced, but I've heard from others that just topping off the tank a little is fine for now. Do you have any input?

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

There are a lot of variables that come into play with this situation; to many to mention.
What I suggest to do, is get a sample of the fuel (approx 1 quart) and have its volatility tested.
Most of the better shops will have what is called a Reid Vapor Pressure test kit. The test will tell you whether the fuel has gone stale or not. They’ll only need a couple of ounces of fuel too perform the test.
One other quick thing too do is have a smell of the fuel; if it smells like turpentine or anything other then gas; then its gone bad.
No; even if there is only a little bit of fuel left in the tank and that fuel has gone stale; don’t just top up the tank; drain out all the old and then fill the tank with fresh.
Sounds like a royal pain but you’ll be happy you did it; stale fuel could cause all kinds of grief.
Have a look at the bottom of the fuel tank; some of the older Volvo’s had a drain plug?

Dan.

Response From Axplosion

It could very well have a drain plug on it but the only problem is access. Even draining the oil is pure hell, the bolts are rusted over and you need to use Naval Jelly to loosen them. Is there any, dare i say, "quick and easy" way to do this?

Response From DanD

There are not a whole lot of options.
You could disconnect a fuel line from under the hood and then energize the fuel pump; but you’ll need to know what lines and how to jumper the electric pump.
You could try siphoning the fuel from the fuel filler; probably won’t work to get all the fuel out, if any.
Maybe try disconnecting a fuel line that is accessible under the vehicle; which may allow the fuel to siphon on its own.
So no there’s no easy way; but like I said, if the fuel is stale get it out of there.

Dan.