Yes the engine will fit as well as the oringinal engine since they are block wise the same engine. Wireing how ever is a bit different as well as a few other items are located in different places. Try checking out this link for some very helpfull hints. http://forums.turbobricks.com/showthread.php?t=52466 Good luck with the upgrade. You are going to have 2 holes in the turbo block that the non-turbo didn't have. The oil feed line hole for the turbo and the oil return pipe hole for the turbo! The blocks are DIFFERENT
My 1991 740 volvo turbo doesnt start specially during the morning.Is it comes with a cold start valve?
I'm trying to do a tuneup on my 89' 740 Volvo with turbo. Having problems getting the distributor rotor off?
114 for non-turbo about 160 for turbo
What are you looking to fix. I am a Volvo tech. 89 Volvo 740 turbo runs rich blows black smoke all plugs are black but are not oily rev it up change plugs. wires. coil. air filter.
Go to brickboard.com there are a ton of Volvo junkies on there that can tell you how from experience.
You dont unless you live in Europe. Turbo bricks shows ppl using the turbo setup from 740 TD.
Engine Oil; SAE 10W 30 to 15W 50 or API SG/CD Automatic Transmission; Dexron llD
Probably throttle body clogge or cable
7-25 amp Electric Cooling Fan
7-25 amp Electric Cooling Fan
Driving conditions are always a factor, but aside from that it depends on what engine and transmission is in the car. For example, is it a turbo or non-turbo? Is it an automatic or a stick shift? The U.S. EPA mileage ratings can be found at fueleconomy.gov
4 quarts in the non turbo so should be around the same
to change the distributor on a 740 Volvo undo the 3 captive bolts that attach it to the back of the rocker box you will find it easiest to you use a short box spanner and yes it is awkard
BF230FT 2.3L 4 Cyl w/ Mitsubishi or garret turbocharger.
Yes. However it's not that easy due to the turbo versions electronics (if it's a 700 series turbo your after). But fully possible and has been done several times.
The engine is not running!
Haynes Repair Manual for Volvo 760/740 has diagrams of the vacuum sub-systems.e,g. the EGR, the ignition etc
At the bottom of the Air-filter Box, if memory serves me correctly. The air intake to the engine connects to the lid of the Air-filter Box. On non-turbo models this is located at the front, right-hand side of the Engine Bay. However, on Turbo models its on the left.
The arrow light in your Volvo indicates that you are driving it as a 3 speed.You can change this by simply pushing button on side of your shifter.If you do, you change it over to a 4 speed which is best for interstate driving.I learned this by reading my Volvo 740 manual.:-) Hope this helps ya.
Hey I had the same problem with my Volvo 740 GL and it turned out to be the fuel filter. Have the fuel filter replaced and that should solve the problem, if not than it is probably something more serious like your fuel pump. If it's not the fuel system check the spark plugs. I hope this is helpful.
On a 240 Volvo (which basically should have the same engine) it is directly under the intake manifold. On a 1985-740 previous comment is right On a 1990-740, driver side, on top the engine between injectors #3 and #4 a big tubing and a small vaccum hose attach to the flame trap
under the bumper on the left front volvodoctor It's on your steering wheel brainiac.... j/k
not a switch but it does have one if you over boost at about 12-14 psi.