The 1995 850 has a diagnostic unit in front of the ECU case at the right front of the car. There is a single wire there that can be plugged into the number of the unit your are trying to check. There is also a LED that will light when you access the codes. Say you are resetting the service lamp. You put the wire in the number for hole and press the button on the diagnostic unit 4 times at 1 second intervals and the LED will light each of the 4 times. When the light comes on after the 4th press you press the button 1 time again. When the light comes on you press the button 5 times. When the light comes back on you press the button one more time. Then the light should start flashing rapidly by itself indicating the proper sequence has been entered. Basically the code breaks down into 4151. There are a number of sites on the internet about the use of the OBD1 unit. I have worked for a Volvo dealer for more than 30 years so thigns like this come easy to me. HI, IN 1995 MOST CARS WERE NOT OBD11. SOME CARS HAD OBD1 SYSTEMS. OTHERS WERE STILL AT THE MERCY OF THEIR MANUFACTURER AND HAD SPECIALIZED DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPTMENT FOR ONLY THERE CARS. TRY CALLING YOUR LOCAL SMOG STATION AND ASK THEM WHAT YOU HAVE. ALL CARS SOLD IN THE US AS OF THE 9TH MONTH OF 1995 AS NEW CARS WERE REGISTERED AS 1996 VEHICLES AND WERE REQUIRED TO BE OBD11 COMPLIANT. GOOD LUCK, forbybenz
under the coin holder, under the ash tray ciao - Max
No, it does not
Any 10W-30 oil meeting the API-SM specification is recommended for the 1995 Volvo 850.
The obd2 connection is located right above the gear shifter. There is a cover that looks like a coin holder that pulls up and the connector is under it.
I have a 1995 Volvo 850 and they currently have a size of 195/60 - R15 88V. They are Pirelli tyres on Volvo standard 5 spigot T5 alloys
The 1994 Volvo 850 does not have an OBD2 connector. In fact, this car is instead in the OBD1 group. In order to read fault code ( Fuel injection, Ignition, Automatic transmission...) there is a Diagnostic Test Unit located in the front right hand side of the engine compartment . It consists of two modules side by side, with a plastic cover on each one . After lifting the covers off, you can see the modules marked A and B, where each one has six numbered sockets.
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There's no Volvo 850 2000. What you likely saw was a S70.
5.6 US Quarts (5.3liters)
i have no idea man.. sorry ask a mechanic?
Yes, at least according to the manual for my 1995 850 T5, but same auto trans across the 850 range.