1. a bad ground wire, or 2. a short in the brake electrical system let me know if it helps?
To replace the rear brakes on a Volvo 850 you must first remove the old brakes. Then connect all of the wirings to the new brakes including the brake fluid line and the connection for the brake pads.
What should it cost to replace rear brakes, drums and rotors, '96 Volvo 850 GLT.
Compressor has seized.
It would help to know what engine you had... if it's not a glider, the 2006 Volvos in North America were available with the Volvo D12 or D16 engine, the Cummins ISX or ISM engine, or the Caterpillar C11, C12, C13, C15, or C16 engine. Also, are the hoses blowing off of their connections, or are they just blowing out?
All around Disc, 13" I believe
You must have inadvertently pressed the SEEK/SCAN button!
The owners manual of a US market 1996 960 states towing capacity as 1100 lbs. without brakes and 3300 lbs. with trailer brakes.
The brakes, on your 1992 automobile, can be installed I using a break hardware kit. The hardware kit should include the brake pads, the necessary hardware, and directions for installation.
you have a wire that is going to ground(electrical short on another wire or piece of metal).
Probably because of the missing insulation from the wire leading from the solonoid on the transmission, causing the bare wire to contact a metal surface, thus creating a short circuit and blowing the fuse.
Piston rings and/or (probably and) cylinder walls are damaged. Rebuild the engine.
it indicates that it is time to change the pads for the disc brakes, the light comes on when the sensor is activated
Some standard features on a Volvo SUV that are helpful include anti-theft, brakes, doors, engine, seats, and steering. Standard features that are fun include heating, entertainment, and storage.
Can not find answer for a P0455 code for my 1999 S 70 Volvo (check engine light), with a buddies meter, trying to save money, can anyone give a clue, is it serious or is Volvo Dealer blowing smoke. If you could also provide re-setting technique, it would be highly appreicated.
TRACS is the name given by Volvo to a traction control system that was standard on AWD wagons and optional on front-drive models. The system applies front brakes to limit wheel slippage at speeds under 25 mph.
Check for a vacuum leak Check the check valve on the power brake booster
You need to check your brakes and rotors. Typically when the rotors go out it will make any car/ truck do that.
It indicates there is a problem. Get it looked at immediatly. Brakes are nothing to play games with. Your life (and others) depends on them.
The orange arrow you are referring to is on the dash/instrument panel. It illuminates whenever the car is put into a lower gear other than drive.
I don't know what size but on an 01 S60 you need an Allen wrench.
Depends entirely on the likely grade of road you're towing on. Also if trailer has brakes fitted - need those for safety with heavier loads.
They're almost always ATE. The Girlings were on the early cars (up to '84), and even then rarely.
Wheel bearing are what allow wheels to spin smoothing on an axle. A broken wheel bearing can lead to fatal car accidents. To replace a wheel bearing on a Volvo s80 remove the wheel hub and have the bearing pressed out. Press the new bearing into the wheel hub to ensure a safe install.
Volvo Lastvagnar is. Volvo cars is not. Volvo entrepreneur vehicles and Volvo Penta (marine engines) I don't know.