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1958 Volvo 444

Volvo 444-544 -- 1958 Volvo 444
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DATE
Tue, Apr 28th 2015
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1958 Volvo 444

Volvo 444-544 -- 1958 Volvo 444
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DATE
Tue, Apr 28th 2015
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Pole jack

Volvo 200 -- Pole jack
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Tue, Apr 14th 2015
HTML
CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US

1997 945 Polar looking for a NA twin?

Volvo 900 -- 1997 945 Polar looking for a NA twin?
POSTED BY
Metallo[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Sun, Apr 12th 2015
HTML
CITY
Houlton
STATE
ME
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
My Polar

Flame trap removal

Volvo 200 -- Flame trap removal
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Sun, Apr 12th 2015
HTML
CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
Here is the flame trap assembly...I hooked up the manifold vacuum port as a photo reference. The bottom hose piece comes off and the trap itself should pry loose easily with a small flat tip screwdriver. My trap was plastic. It didn't look too bad, so just cleaned it with solvent, along wih the assembly, and reinstalled. Once I located what I guessed to be the trap assembly, the whole job took about 15 minutes. The hard part was actually finding it and figuring out how to get to it. So I'm passing this info on so other noobs can hopefully have it easier than I did.

Flame trap removal

Volvo 200 -- Flame trap removal
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Sun, Apr 12th 2015
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CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
This photo shows the flame trap connection port into the engine block after I removed it. The port which appears to be right under my fingertip is actually about 8 inches from it. Yes, the trap is really buried in there. I had to shine a light and look between the valves on top of the intake manifold and jockey around to only get a glimpse of it. It's pretty tough to access without long fingers or small hands. Luckily it was able to come loose with some gentle wiggling.

Flame trap

Volvo 200 -- Flame trap
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Sun, Apr 12th 2015
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CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
It was very hard for me to procure any flame trap location photos, the one or two that I did were very poor quality, so here are a few to help clarify for another noob like myself. This photo shows the flame trap location. Really it does. Although you can't actually see it here, once you remove the hose running horizontally directly behind the vertical manifold mount, there is another hose behind that one that must be removed that is actually connected directly to the flame trap assembly.

Ignition coil ballast resistor

Volvo  -- Ignition coil ballast resistor
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Thu, Apr 9th 2015
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CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US

B21F-9 distributor

Volvo 200 -- B21F-9 distributor
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Thu, Apr 9th 2015
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CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US

Plug below intake manifold

Volvo 200 -- Plug below intake manifold
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Thu, Apr 9th 2015
HTML
CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US

B21F-9 ignition module

Volvo 200 -- B21F-9 ignition module
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Thu, Apr 9th 2015
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CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US

Vacuum tank

Volvo 200 -- Vacuum tank
POSTED BY
Koamileli[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Mon, Apr 6th 2015
HTML
CITY
Raleigh
STATE
NC
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
Well, you guys are going to laugh at me.... Being that I am a noob to 240's and ventilation systems I had no idea what I was really looking for. In retrospect I should have included a photo of the left tennis ball for your understanding. So after another effort of digging and searching, I managed to pull out the hose you see in my hand buried underneath the very bottom of the radio stack. I have no idea why someone would want to do that, but I can't believe it worked its way out of the tight rubber socket and buried itself where I found it. It's almost as if the PO left a little riddle for me to solve. Anyhow, once I hooked it up....presto! Everything is working normally! As a bonus the car seems to idle a bit better and at a lower RPM now as well. Not a surprise there considering where the vacuum is going. I definitely learned a few things on this one. Thanks to all for the help!!

LSD Swap

Volvo 200 -- LSD Swap
POSTED BY
3ring[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Sat, Mar 28th 2015
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CITY
minneapolis
STATE
MN
COUNTRY
US

240 SE

Volvo 200 -- 240 SE
POSTED BY
3ring[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Sat, Mar 28th 2015
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CITY
minneapolis
STATE
MN
COUNTRY
US

544 with smallblock chevy

Volvo 444-544 -- 544 with smallblock chevy
POSTED BY
snidey[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Fri, Mar 27th 2015
HTML
NOTE
There must be SOME kind of car that has yet to be small-block chevvied, but apparently 544s haven't escaped... (grin)

1993 Green 240

Volvo 200 -- 1993 Green 240
POSTED BY
RicoS[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Wed, Mar 25th 2015
HTML
CITY
Johnstown
STATE
PA
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
Art's right it IS easier without the dash.

1973 Volvo 162 Bertone

Volvo 140-160 -- 1973 Volvo 162 Bertone
POSTED BY
kronikov[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Wed, Mar 18th 2015
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CITY
Orlando
STATE
FL
COUNTRY
US
NOTE
Listed in Calgary Pick and Pull as 1974 164. Looks more like a 1973 Volvo 162 Bertone.

reverse detent pull rod repair

Volvo 200 -- reverse detent pull rod repair
POSTED BY
Tatra Mike[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Tue, Mar 17th 2015
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CITY
Seattle
STATE
WA
COUNTRY
US

reverse detent pull rod repair

Volvo 200 -- reverse detent pull rod repair
POSTED BY
Tatra Mike[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Tue, Mar 17th 2015
HTML
CITY
Seattle
STATE
WA
COUNTRY
US

reverse detent pull rod repair

Volvo 200 -- reverse detent pull rod repair
POSTED BY
Tatra Mike[SHOW ALL]
DATE
Tue, Mar 17th 2015
HTML
CITY
Seattle
STATE
WA
COUNTRY
US
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