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How can you change oil to your automatic Volvo v70 1999 driving over 200tkm?

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2006-09-01 00:42:47
2006-09-01 00:42:47

Not quite sure what you are referring to ... to you mean the engine oil or the gearbox oil? If you mean the engine oil, you'll need the standard bits like a drain pan, 6 liters of oil, a filter cartridge, PLUS a decent floor jack and stands, a Volve filter cap wrench and a torque wrench. (Yes, I've been changing my Volvo oil for many years!) Jack the front end of the car up about 15-20 cm. so you can get under it. Be sure to use the stands - NEVER EVER NEVER GET UNDER A CAR SUPPORTED BY JUST ONE JACK! The drain plug is near the rear of the block, facing back at an angle. Take it off with a 17mm wrench, let the oil drain, put a new metal gasket washer on the drain plug, screw it back in and tighten, being careful not to cross-thread, of course. Use the cap wrench to remove the filter housing. It's in a recessed area in the oil pan to the passenger's side of the car's centre line. It's high-impact plastic, so be cautious removing. Take the cartridge out of the housing (or remove from the engine block if it's stuck inside the recess. Clean off the housing and the mounting base on the engine. Remove the O-ring from the housing and gently slide a new one into the groove below the threads. Put a new cartridge into the housing, pour about 75-100 ml of fresh oil in to prime it, and re-mount the housing on the block. Again, be careful not to cross-thread. You'll need to use a torque wrench to tighten per the specs on the filter cartridge box. Finally pour the rest of the oil into the filler hole on top of the motor. You may want to make a paper skirting around the filler so oil doesn't drip onto the block. Needless to say, the motor should NOT be at operating temp. when you do this, LOL!

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