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2003 Volvo S60 Suspension Ball Joint Lemfoerder

P311-31DBFEE    W0133-1903944  New

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Lemfoerder Suspension Ball Joint
  • 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.
  • OE Replacement
Brand: Lemfoerder
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2003 - Volvo S60
Hengst
2004 Volvo S60 Air Filter Hengst

P311-3240D22    W0133-1629584  New

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Hengst Air 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.
Brand: Hengst
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2004 - Volvo S60 B5254T2
Full
2003 Volvo S60 Air Filter Full

P311-14CA6A9    W0133-1629584  New

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Full Air Filter
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2003 - Volvo S60
Rein
2003 Volvo S60 Engine Mount Rein

P311-05581F1    W0133-1843036  New

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Rein Engine Mount
Brand: Rein
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2003 - Volvo S60
Nissens
2001 Volvo S60 Radiator Nissens - Plastic Tank

P311-33BB4F2    W0133-1894289  New

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Nissens Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Retaining clips for the transmission cooling lines are serviced separately. Order two of retaining clip #9485149 if needed. Also required: 4 of O-Ring #988840
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Nissens
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2001 - Volvo S60
Metrix
2003 Volvo S60 Radiator Metrix - Plastic Tank

P311-381BF7D    W0133-1894289  New

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Metrix Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Retaining clips for the transmission cooling lines are serviced separately. Order two of retaining clip #9485149 if needed. Also required: 4 of O-Ring #988840
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Metrix
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2003 - Volvo S60
Nissens
2008 Volvo S60 Radiator Nissens - Plastic Tank

P311-33BB4F2    W0133-1894289  New

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Nissens Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Nissens
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2008 - Volvo S60
Rein
2009 Volvo S60 Radiator Cap Rein

P311-258E761    W0133-1638910  New

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Rein Radiator Cap
  • Location-Expansion Tank
Brand: Rein
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2009 - Volvo S60
Gates
2009 Volvo S60 Radiator Cap Gates

P311-52005C0    W0133-1638910  New

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Gates Radiator Cap
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  • Location-Expansion Tank
Brand: Gates
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2009 - Volvo S60
Gates
2009 Volvo S60 Radiator Cap Gates

P311-52005C0    W0133-1638910  New

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Gates Radiator Cap
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2009 - Volvo S60

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Volvo s60 Trunk Message

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Question From jredden on Volvo s60 Trunk Message

I drive a 2002 volvo s60 and just recently on my message board on the dash a message popped up saying "trunk lid open" but my lid isn't open. My trunk button on my remote opener doesn't work as well but the door lock/unlock still work. Anyone know why this message would be displaying or how to fix it? Please help. Thanks

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

May be just a bad switch in the trunk.

Steve

Timing belt for a Volvo s60

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Question From Kenneydoc on Timing belt for a Volvo s60

Need some advice; My 2004 Volvo S60 needs a timing belt, 95k. The mechanic strongly suggested a new belt tensioner, pulley and replace the water plump while it is all apart. Is this a standard procedure, I can see the reason behind it while your in there replace it.

Thanks
Doc

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

For sure I would replace the water pump. In this case you have an interference engine meaning it is critical not to have any type of failure in belt related components so although the tensioners may still be in decent shape, they won't be forever and the cost of failure can be real high so it's a pretty good idea to replace them.

Response From Kenneydoc

Cool, thanks for reply. Like I said it made sense and I would probability do the same thing if I have a history of being a reliable repair shop.

Doc

2004 Volvo S60 Headlights

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Question From brandysman on 2004 Volvo S60 Headlights

My girlfriend has a 2004 Volvo S60, I replaced both headlights and high beams back in February. Recently Both headlights went out, the highs still work. I checked all the fusses and connections with no luck. My only guess now is to either try new headlights or take it to the dealer. The thing is the lights that I put on in february were top of the line. Any suggestions

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Check for power at the socket plugs. It's possible to get the wrong wattage and they won't last or work well,

T

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 Top Rated Answer

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

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.