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.
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.
There is no high side service port only a low side.
I have found 2 cans of r34 restore the A/C on my wife's 1994 850 wagon. I purchased a recharge kit a few years back, followed the instructions and it works fine.
there are two ports.but you are to use the low side to recharge for A/C.
under the hood on the passenger side toward the frount of the car. With the engine off look just below the windshield washer filler neck and there will be a hex shaped cap, thats it, remove and this is your low side port. Volvo 850's dont have a high side port.
The 1996 850 doesn't have a high pressure port. Recharging is done through to low pressure side.
There's no Volvo 850 2000. What you likely saw was a S70.
This is actually a trick question. There is NO High Pressure Port on the Volvo 850 Turbo. Service is done by connecting to the Low Pressure Side and using this access to both Evacuate and Service. Chrysler for a few years did not use a High Pressure Port and required connecting a Scan Tool to the OBDII Connector and taking readings this way but Volvo does not even offer this option. Todd
The Volvo 850 has two horns in front of the radiator, lift the hood and their they are.
The diesel turbo can only fit on a Volvo 850 with a little fabrication.
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.
There's no 2.0L. Volvo 850 engine. Only 2.3L. & 2.4L. ...
The seats from a Volvo 850 will not be able to properly fit into a Volve s40. This is because the vehicles have different body types and do not mesh with one another.
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 transmission fluid on a Volvo 850 is added to the filler tube. This is accessed by removing the dipstick and inserting a funnel.
Any 10W-30 oil meeting the API-SM specification is recommended for the 1995 Volvo 850.
No, it does not
yes they are identical cars but you must do a complete swap (engine ECU as well) Kyle
its a Volvo
Many of them, mostly with a Volvo 850.
There is none.
in the gas tank
take it to the garage