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    1. Thanks for the input. The simple act of...

      Thanks for the input.

      The simple act of putting everything back together with great care seems to have done the trick. Very odd, because I have disconnected/reconnected those connectors many...
    2. Thanks - I had cleaned and applied dialectric...

      Thanks - I had cleaned and applied dialectric grease to the connectors a while ago to no avail. Yes, I hope so too - it's a lot of wiring!
    3. Thanks - I'll have to take a better poke around...

      Thanks - I'll have to take a better poke around the harness/wiring.

      Yes, the airbox / ECM were out. I also had to repair the cam position (engine speed) sensor wiring as it had frayed to a near...
    4. Stock airbox. Using the continuity test on my...

      Stock airbox.

      Using the continuity test on my multimeter, it seems the wiring from ECM to fuse is rock solid. So, it could be an issue where the ECM male terminal isn't connecting to the ECM...
    5. It is a "red" code, and seems to occur every...

      It is a "red" code, and seems to occur every drive cycle. If I clear the code it comes back after 2-3 drive cycles (always the same number, just can't recall how many).
    6. Condition: The DTC is stored if the ECM registers...

      Condition: The DTC is stored if the ECM registers that the signal is lower than a certain value when preheating is deactivated.

      On another page it notes that the breakout box (an electronics...
    7. I suppose the issue could also be in the...

      I suppose the issue could also be in the connection between the ECM harness and the ECM, although connection 73 looked about the same as every other connector.
    8. Thanks for the code. Yes, I do have VIDA. It is a...

      Thanks for the code. Yes, I do have VIDA. It is a "signal missing" code.

      It suggests:

      - Check the heated oxygen sensor connector. Check for contact resistance and oxidation. [ I think this is...
    9. Front Oxygen Heater Circuit Fault (ECM-244B)

      Hi Everyone,

      I'm having trouble sorting out what should be a fairly simple issue, but evidently isn't.

      ECM-244B states that the front O2 sensor heater circuit signal is missing. I hastily...
    10. There are a few screws holding in the upper...

      There are a few screws holding in the upper plastic trim (below the rear side windows) in the cargo area. Once you pull off those trim pieces, I think the carpet along the walls should come right...
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      Sorry for the misinformation. In my experience...

      Sorry for the misinformation.

      In my experience (cracked front drivers corner of the pan), it only leaked oil when shut off. I drove it home about 10 minutes (never lost oil pressure), and got a...
    12. I haven't experienced a faulty heater core...

      I haven't experienced a faulty heater core before, but I think that's the only thing it could be.

      I'd put some plastic over the top of your CEM ASAP.
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      There is essentially no oil in the pan to drain...

      There is essentially no oil in the pan to drain out when the car is running.

      It's when you shut it off to take a look that all the oil will fall back into the pan and drain out the crack - at that...
    14. Most rear suspension components are different...

      Most rear suspension components are different between FWD and AWD. Upper control arms may be the exception to that rule, but I'm not positive.
    15. Sounds like a good plan. I just installed KYB AGX...

      Sounds like a good plan. I just installed KYB AGX rear shock absorbers on my AWD V50 - setting 3 is just about right for me (firm but not harsh). My shock mounts were in good shape. I found it tricky...
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      I snapped a number of studs just trying to remove...

      I snapped a number of studs just trying to remove them. The head had to come out of the car, and the machine shop had to drill them out and install thread inserts. The studs themselves couldn't be...
    17. Check out Pumaspeed for details on some typical...

      Check out Pumaspeed for details on some typical hybrid K04s and dyno sheets. I don't think it's as simple as popping in bigger turbine/compressor wheels - it requires machining the housings. There...
    18. Great - glad to hear it!

      Great - glad to hear it!
    19. I think many of my clips could have been re-used,...

      I think many of my clips could have been re-used, but it was good to have the new ones to guarantee they will work. A number of them will break when removing the existing trim.
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      My rear bumper is flaking in the same way. When...

      My rear bumper is flaking in the same way. When replacing my struts I noticed some overspray in the wheel liners, so the bumper was likely repainted or replaced/painted.

      I agree that it is likely...
    21. I think there is a discrepancy between Volvo and...

      I think there is a discrepancy between Volvo and aftermarket control arms. Please don't take my word for it, but I think the options are:

      From Volvo: 18mm or 21mm
      Aftermarket: 15mm or 18mm...
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      Well, I started with the front driver seat to...

      Well, I started with the front driver seat to address the persistent SRS-013A (front driver SIPS bag). One of the connectors of the seat harness had been separated entirely (yellow one) which is...
    23. I didn't have to remove any sensors when...

      I didn't have to remove any sensors when replacing mine. Essentially just the axle bolt and the 4 bolts holding on the wheel bearing assembly.
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      Thanks for the details. I just want to be...

      Thanks for the details.

      I just want to be crystal clear that I can read the resistance of the airbag without it deploying and make sure I'm not misinterpreting what you're saying.
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      Thanks for the tips. SIPS bag is in the seat....

      Thanks for the tips.

      SIPS bag is in the seat. When you say check for continuity, I assume you're suggesting checking the continuity of the harness side of the connector, not on the airbag itself?...
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      After a quick exchange with someone at Xemodex,...

      After a quick exchange with someone at Xemodex, they seem fairly sure it's related to the driver's main (steering wheel) airbag. I'm not sure why the warning goes away after a few seconds.

      Could...
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      There is a warning in the DIM that says "SRS...

      There is a warning in the DIM that says "SRS Service Urgent" (above the time, outdoor temperature).
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      Thanks - I recall someone mentioning that before,...

      Thanks - I recall someone mentioning that before, but it sounded like their issue was different than mine.

      Nothing seems to be wrong with the SRS light. Scanning with VIDA, it's throwing an...
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      I would be updating the software of a used...

      I would be updating the software of a used replacement unit. It will not work with the car if the software numbers are different.
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      SRS Module Software Updates

      Hi Everyone,

      A question about changing the software on an SRS Module:

      As per Xemodex's website, they suggest that as long as you get a part numbers matching SRS module replacement, that you can...
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