How to Change a Timing Belt on a Volvo 850?

Answer Most Volvo 850 timing belts should be changed at 70,000 miles or every five years. The 1993 model has a wider belt and will require replacement every 50,000 miles. For the novice, the timing belt i... Read More »

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How to Replace the Timing Belt on a 1999 Volvo S80?

The 1999 Volvo S80 is a twin cam engine that is identified by the manufacturer as an interference engine, due to its close tolerances. This means that if the timing belt fails or is installed incor... Read More »

How to Install a Timing Belt on a 1995 Volvo 940?

The 1995 Volvo 940 2.3-liter engine is a freewheeling engine. If the belt stretches past its useful life, the valves will most likely not hit the pistons. A special damper-locking wrench is require... Read More »

How to Replace a 1995 Volvo 940 Timing Belt?

The 1995 Volvo 940 timing belt has been determined by the dealer to have a useful life of 60,000 miles. The engine has been identified as a freewheeling clearance engine in which a failure of the t... Read More »

Help Changing a Timing Belt on a Volvo 740?

Most Volvo 740s utilize a timing belt rather than a timing chain to keep the camshaft synchronized with the crankshaft's turning motion and to maintain exact valve timing. For the uninitiated, the ... Read More »