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you need to replace the output shaft seal, if it is a rear wheek drive remove the drive shaft pry the seal out with a seal puller or other tool and repalce it with a new seal

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Nov 08, 2013


I hope this helps.

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1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Oct 29, 2013


Hi! Volvo have some problems with compressor you must put in new distans chims so you get right distans between beltwheel and compressor.
Go to an AC work shop.
They could help you.
We have this problem on our S70.
BR
Tomas

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Oct 11, 2013


Did you check your battery?

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Sep 17, 2013


might not be a fuel pump it could also be in the electronic ignition. engine will turn over but not fire up

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Sep 17, 2013


This may sound weird, try pulling the steering wheel sometimes when the steering wheel is locked you need to pull it down on the right side to engage the the key function.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Jul 02, 2013


What engine codes do you have. If there is an emissions problem there should be a check engine light.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on May 19, 2013


Rocker Arm (Valve) Cover REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 2.3L 4-Cylinder Engines
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Label and remove the spark plug wires.
  3. Remove the attaching bolts for the valve cover.
  4. Remove the valve cover from the cylinder head. If necessary, lightly tap the valve cover with a soft hammer to aid in removal. To install:
  5. Thoroughly clean the valve cover and cylinder head gasket mating surfaces.
  6. Install the valve cover on the cylinder head using a new gasket.
  7. Tighten the valve cover bolts to 14 ft. lbs. (20 Nm) in a crisscross pattern.
  8. Install the spark plug wires.
  9. Connect the negative battery cable.
  10. Start the engine and check for leaks. Fig. 1: Valve cover and gasket assembly 90953g12.gif
2.8L 6-Cylinder Engine
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. The following steps are necessary if your car has A/C and if you are removing the passenger side valve cover, if you do not need to remove the passenger side valve cover, skip them.
    1. Remove the A/C compressor belt and the compressor from the mounting bracket located on the passenger side of the engine. Do not remove the lines from the compressor.
    2. Place the compressor with the lines attached on the passenger side front shock tower and secure.
    3. Remove the compressor bracket.
  3. Remove the air cleaner-to-throttle body hose.
  4. Label and remove all necessary electrical and vacuum connections.
  5. Remove the attaching bolts for the valve cover(s).
  6. Remove the valve cover(s) from the cylinder head(s). If necessary, lightly tap the valve cover with a soft hammer to aid in removal. To install:
  7. Thoroughly clean the valve cover(s) and cylinder head gasket mating surfaces.
  8. Install the valve cover(s) on the cylinder head(s) using new gaskets.
  9. Tighten the valve cover bolts to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm) in a crisscross pattern.
  10. Install all necessary electrical and vacuum connections.
  11. Install the air cleaner assembly.
  12. Install the A/C bracket (if removed).
  13. Install the A/C compressor and belt (if removed).
  14. Connect the negative battery cable.
  15. Start the engine and check for leaks.
2.3L and 2.4L 5-Cylinder, and 2.9L 6-Cylinder Engines The 2.3L and 2.4L 5-cylinder, and 2.9L 6-cylinder engines have a two-piece cylinder head, the upper half and the lower half. The upper half is basically the same as a valve cover, except that it incorporates the bearing caps for the camshafts into the underside.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the spark plug access cover.
  3. Label and remove the ignition coils and vent hoses or the distributor cap and wires if equipped.
  4. Check the cam alignment before removing the cylinder head.
  5. Remove the bolts attaching the upper cylinder head.
  6. Remove the upper cylinder head, lightly tap with a soft hammer if necessary. To install:
  7. Thoroughly clean the upper and lower cylinder head gasket mating surfaces.
  8. Apply liquid sealing compound to the upper cylinder head mating surface. WARNING
    Use a roller or your finger to spread sealant, do not use an excessive amount of sealant, or the oil passages could become clogged.
  9. Place the upper cylinder head onto the lower cylinder head.
  10. Check the cam alignment before tightening the cylinder head.
  11. Install Volvo tool number 5454 or equivalent to the upper cylinder head.
  12. Tighten the nut on the tools to seat the upper cylinder head.
  13. Tighten the upper cylinder head bolts, beginning from the center out to 13 ft. lbs. (17 Nm).
  14. Install the ignition coils and hoses or the distributor cap and wires.
  15. Install the spark plug access cover.
  16. Connect the negative battery cable.
  17. Start the vehicle and check for leaks. Fig. 2: Remove the clamp and detach the vent hose 90953p66.jpg
    Fig. 3: Remove the spark plug cover and the plug wires or ignition coils to access the retaining bolts 90953p80.jpg
    Fig. 4: Remove the retaining bolts 90953p72.jpg
    Fig. 5: A light tap with a soft-faced hammer is usually required to loosen the valve cover 90953p81.jpg
    Fig. 6: Carefully lift the upper cylinder head up and off the lower section. Note the integral camshaft bearing caps in the casting 90953p82.jpg
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1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on May 08, 2013


Should be on axel one screw and wires.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Apr 27, 2013


There are two problems here. First you need and abs control unit. They are very expensive and it is possible to rebuild them. A couple of places to call: ATE, Auto Truck Electronics, they are in Florida, and BBA Remanufacturing near Boston, MA. I have used both companies and they charge much less to rebuild them than it costs to purchase a new one. That should take care of the speedometer, brake light, and ABS light. As for the check engine, that could be anything and the car will need to be scanned. ETS light can be remedied by a trip to the dealer. There is a campaign to install new software to the Electronic Throttle Controller. This is no charge to the customer and I believe the car has to be under 200,000 miles.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Apr 21, 2013


Well firstly if your wife drove the car for 5 miles with the tensioner broken, then the belt being lose will have slipped a couple of teeth. Did you set the camshaft and crank alignment marks correctly before you fitted the new tensioner? If you did and it still won't start then that means that you have one or two bent valve's in the cylinder head.You will have to remove the cylinder head and replace those valves or that car will never start again.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Apr 18, 2013


All you have to do is go to Wal Mart &
read the back of the trans fluid bottles

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Mar 22, 2013


What code # you have,check the code first and go step by step what need to be done.I would clean throttle body first,with carb. cleaner.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Mar 22, 2013


put six point one (6.1) quarts in and then check your oil. Good place to start at.

1999 Volvo S70 | Answered on Mar 18, 2013

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