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Actually ALL Volvo cars were 134a starting in 1993 After 1995 all car start to use R-134
You can find an air conditioner for a 1994 Volvo 850 on Ebay. The Volvo 850 was designed by Jan Wilsgaard. There have been 1,360,522 units made between the years 1991 and 1997.
The 1997 Volvo 850 low pressure port is located on the air conditioning compressor. The low pressure port will be on the right hand side of the compressor.
The 1997 Volvo 850 evaporator drain tube is located on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The evaporator drain tube carries condensation away from the engine.
Any 10W-30 oil meeting the API-SM specification is recommended for the 1995 Volvo 850.
There's no Volvo 850 2000. What you likely saw was a S70.
Yes the c70 was in production from 1997 to 2000 after the 840
Use only the weight recommended by Volvo and I doubt that they recommend 10w40.
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The Volvo 850 has two horns in front of the radiator, lift the hood and their they are.
dextron III or IV
10W30 if you get winter. If you dont get winter then 10W40.
There's no 2.0L. Volvo 850 engine. Only 2.3L. & 2.4L. ...
either 30 wt or 10w30 should be fine.
The diesel turbo can only fit on a Volvo 850 with a little fabrication.
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
Stuff.. I mean, it should be in your owner's manual.hello a red light is on in my 1997 volvo 850 and it looks like a box with a fan in it could you please tell me what needs filling . thank you Donald Mead
Atf dexron iie/iii or ford mercon
Begin by connecting your Freon bottle to the low pressure port on the top of your air-conditioner compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor. A recharge kit will make this process extremely simple.
To add Freon to a 1994 Volvo 850 you will need to buy 4 cans of Arctic Ice and one can of blue dye. Use the spray can nozzle to attach to the air conditioning compressor and add the Freon. I am a certified auto AC tech and would not recommend putting 4 cans of Freon in a car AC system all at once. If you do not have gauges then put one can of Freon (refrigerant) in at a time. Have the air conditioner turned up on high, the car running and begin adding the Freon while shaking the can. When the compressor kicks on ( you should hear the compressor click on) you should almost be finished. If the compressor cycles in and out quickly this means you need more Freon. If the compressor clicks on and runs for a minute or 2 then put no more Freon in the system.
Yes, it's a red handle near where the driver's left foot would be.
usually at the outer ends of the rear axle behind the backing plate