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1993 Volvo 240 SUSPENSION Volvo Front – RWD DESCRIPTION & OPERATION

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Filed Under (Volvo) by admin on 04-05-2010

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A MacPherson strut-type suspension is used. Suspension consists of a vertically mounted strut and coil spring assembly. Top of strut assembly is mounted to chassis frame; bottom is mounted to a ball joint, bolted to lower control arm. The steering knuckle/spindle assembly is an integral part of strut. A stabilizer bar connects to control arms through rubber-mounted links. See Fig. 1 . View Of Front Suspension (240) Exploded View Of Front Suspension (240)

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Volvo 240 Service Manual: 1983-1993

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Filed Under (Volvo) by admin on 03-09-2009

Features * Fundamental automotive concepts explaining basic troubleshooting techniques, workshop practices, and tool use * Volvo maintenance schedules * Detailed, in-depth troubleshooting and repair for all engine management and emission control systems: Bosch LH-Jetronic fuel injection, including LH 2.0, 2.2, 2.4 and new 3.1 versions; Bosch K-Jetronic (CI with Lambda) for turbo models; Breakerless electronic ignition, including Bosch EZ116 K and Volvo/Chrysler systems; Charge Air Pressure Control System (intercooled Turbo) * All automatic and manual transmissions, including overdrives, with comprehensive procedures and specifications for 4- and 5-speed manual transmission overhaul * Illustrated, step-by-step repair procedures for everything from adjusting valve clearances or replacing the heater blower to restoring suspension bushings or replacing the water pump * Essential information on the latest Volvo safety technology

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1990 Volvo 740 BRAKE SYSTEM

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1989-90 BRAKES Volvo – Disc 240 Series, 740 Series, 760 Series DESCRIPTION All models use front and rear disc brakes. Three makes of calipers are used: ATE, Bendix (DBA) and Girling. Service brakes are hydraulically-operated by a tandem master cylinder and vacuum power brake unit. Each rear brake line has a pressure valve to prevent rear wheel lock-up. Parking brake is mechanically operated, using rear wheel disc rotor internally-mounted brake shoes. For information on Volvo anti-lock brake system, see appropriate article for 740 and 760 series: ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM – 1989 ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM – 1990 BRAKE BLEEDING For vehicles with ABS, see appropriate article for 740 and 760 series: ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM – 1989 ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM – 1990

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1995 Ford Contour Hoses Pressure and Return REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

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Removal 1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Disconnect power steering pressure (PSP) switch electrical connector. 3. Remove power steering pressure (PSP) switch from power steering pressure hose. 4. On 2.0L engine, remove one nut, two bolts and disconnect power steering pressure hose from power steering pump bracket and engine lifting bracket. 5. On 2.5L engine, remove one bolt and disconnect power steering pressure hose from front engine support insulator. 6. Remove power steering pump auxiliary reservoir as outlined. 7. Raise vehicle on hoist. Refer to Section 00-02. 8. Remove front sub-frame. Refer to Section 02-01. 9. Remove six bolts and steering gear cover plate from front sub-frame. 10. Disconnect power steering pressure hose and power steering return hose unions from steering gear. 11. Remove two bolts retaining power steering pressure and return hoses to front sub-frame and remove power steering pressure and return hoses. CAUTION: Whenever the power steering pressure and return hoses and/or steering gear are disconnected, the power steering pressure and return hoses and/or steering gear should be plugged to prevent system contamination. If the power steering system becomes contaminated with dirt or other foreign matter, power steering pump and/or steering gear failure may result. Installation 1. Position power steering pressure and return hoses to front sub-frame and secure with two bolts. Tighten bolts to 28 Nm (21 lb-ft). 2. Connect power steering pressure hose and power steering return hose unions to steering gear. Tighten unions to 31 Nm (23 lb-ft). 3. Install steering gear cover plate and secure with six bolts. Tighten bolts to 50 Nm (37 lb-ft). 4. Install front sub-frame. Refer to Section 02-01. 5. Lower vehicle. 6. Install power steering pump auxiliary reservoir as outlined. 7. On 2.5L engine, connect power steering pressure hose to front engine suppor t insulator and secure with one bolt. Tighten bolt to 6 Nm (53 lb-in). 8. On 2.0L engine, connect power steering pressure hose to power steering pump bracket and engine lifting bracket. Secure with one nut and two bolts. Tighten nut and bolts to 6 Nm (53 lb-in). 9. Install power steering pressure (PSP) switch into power steering pressure hose. 10. Connect power steering pressure (PSP) switch electrical connector. 11. Connect battery ground cable. 12. Refill power steering fluid as necessary and bleed system. Refer to Section 11-00. Hose Fittings, Pressure and Return Line at Steering Gear and Pump

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1995 Volvo 850 INTERFERENCE VERIFICATION CHECK FOR OHC ENGINE

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Maintenance & Service Information 1976-96 Volvo – Timing Belt Information Coupe, Diesel, DL, GL, GLT, GT Turbo, Turbo, 240, 242, 244, 245, 740, 740 (Canadian), 760, 760 GLE, 780, 850, 940, 940 (Canadian), 960 TIMING BELT INTERFERENCE VERIFICATION INFORMATION TIMING BELT INTERFERENCE CAUTION CAMSHAFT DRIVE BELTS OR TIMING BELTS – The condition of camshaft drive belts should always be checked on vehicles which have more than 50,000 miles. Although some manufacturers do not recommend replacement at a specified mileage, others require it at 60,000-100,000 miles. A camshaft drive belt failure may cause extensive damage to internal engine components on most engines, although some designs do not allow piston-to-valve contact. These designs are often called “Free Wheeling”. Many manufacturers changed their maintenance and warranty schedules in the mid-1980’s to reflect timing belt inspection and/or replacement at 50,000-60,000 miles. Most service interval schedules shown in this section reflect these changes. Belts or components should be inspected and replaced if any of the following conditions exist: * Crack Or Tears In Belt Surface * Missing, Damaged, Cracked Or Rounded Teeth * Oil Contamination * Damaged Or Faulty Tensioners * Incorrect Tension Adjustment