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    1. Here are the official instructions on how to...

      Here are the official instructions on how to remove it.

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      I would just buy a new stalk. You can always...

      I would just buy a new stalk. You can always remove it and check the contacts where the switch slides into the column, but i doubt that's the problem. I've never disassembled one but I'd imagine that...
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      The system does bleed itself on the 6 cylinders....

      The system does bleed itself on the 6 cylinders. I am not sure about the 4 cylinders. I would check a couple things just to be safe. Squeeze the upper radiator hose to make sure it feels like there...
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      This may be helpful....

      This may be helpful. https://forums.swedespeed.com/showthread.php?198941-Air-box-noise-traps
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      Definitely remove the axle bolt prior to removing...

      Definitely remove the axle bolt prior to removing the strut. I didn't and one of my CV joints popped out. It would be best to replace the axle bolts with new ones (part 30640878). The old ones have...
    6. The owners manual say to "inspect" the decoupler...

      The owners manual say to "inspect" the decoupler pulleys. When I did my 150k service, the decoupler pulley on the belt side was locked in both directions. It should be move freely in on direction and...
    7. You shouldn't lose any setting except for the...

      You shouldn't lose any setting except for the clock and the auto up/down feature for the windows and sunroof. To reset the windows lower window and hold the switch for like 10 seconds, then raise the...
    8. It should have some resistance when you turn it,...

      It should have some resistance when you turn it, but it should also feel smooth. It should move pretty easily but shouldn't keep moving on its own when you let go. To me it sounds like yours is still...
    9. There are 2 alternator decoupler pulleys. One is...

      There are 2 alternator decoupler pulleys. One is on the alternator and the other is bolted to the READ assembly on the belt side of the engine. The one shown in the kit is the one located on the belt...
    10. You could do a compression to check for the head...

      You could do a compression to check for the head gasket. It might be more difficult with the push button starter though. Definitely pressure test the cooling to system to check for leaks though....
    11. DO NOT drive the car without the serpentine belt....

      DO NOT drive the car without the serpentine belt. The only accessory not driven by the belt is the alternator. If you drive it, the will overheat. Have it towed.
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      That would be it. I noticed a small loss of...

      That would be it. I noticed a small loss of coolant after replacing my alternator only to find drops of dried coolant on top of my new alternator. It ended up being that hose. I will also say that...
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      Has the the intake manifold ever been removed for...

      Has the the intake manifold ever been removed for any reason, such as for an alternator or thermostat replacement? If so, check the bleed hose going from the reservoir to the block. It is known for...
    14. I just replaced the decoupler pulley as part of...

      I just replaced the decoupler pulley as part of the 150k service on my car. I did not use the special alignment tool for the bracket. I marked the original position of the bracket with a sharpie just...
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      I ended up using the original. It's seems like...

      I ended up using the original. It's seems like there's been a ton of new aftermarket options added within the last year though. There were hardly any when I bought mine and the price on them wasn't...
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      Just checked, there is no vacuum or pressure...

      Just checked, there is no vacuum or pressure present at the hole. There should be nothing coming in or out of it.

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      I'm pretty sure there was nothing coming from the...

      I'm pretty sure there was nothing coming from the hole on the new part. I will check my car when I start it up though and reconfirm. I doubt you have any engine issues, on P2 Volvos pressure coming...
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      At this point I would replace the PCV box. The...

      At this point I would replace the PCV box. The diaphragm is likely torn and there may also be another issue within the box itself since there is pressure coming out of the hole. This may also be...
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      When I replaced my PCV, the new one did not pull...

      When I replaced my PCV, the new one did not pull any vacuum at the hole. I'm assuming it's there for some sort of regulation between outside air and the vacuum within the engine. But I am not sure of...
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      Being that you're not hearing a whistling noise,...

      Being that you're not hearing a whistling noise, I would pull the engine cover off and check one other thing. On the PCV box you will see a black plastic cap on the right side. At the top of the...
    21. Here's a guide on how to replace the seal. The...

      Here's a guide on how to replace the seal. The pulley that the seal hides behind is pretty well hidden.
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    22. Generally the 3.2 will only leak at either the...

      Generally the 3.2 will only leak at either the vacuum pump or the crank seal behind the one way clutch pulley. The one way clutch is underneath the AC compressor pulley. If it were to be the crank...
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      From what I can gather, P1589 refers to an issue...

      From what I can gather, P1589 refers to an issue within the throttle system. Looking up the codes states "throttle control unable to control to desired throttle angle. To me, this points to either an...
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      Here's the video of how I get the ball joints...

      Here's the video of how I get the ball joints seperated from the knuckle. The tool used is from AutoZone and is part number 27308. I used a breaker bar to push the control arm down. Make sure the...
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      Is it the bottom part of the tool with the 2...

      Is it the bottom part of the tool with the 2 prongs that is the issue of the top part that pushes down the issue? With the bottom prongs you may have to tap them in a bit with hammer. Just a bit, you...
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      AutoZone rents a tool just like the harbor...

      AutoZone rents a tool just like the harbor freight one that works perfectly on these cars. Wish I would've had it sooner before destroying my ball joint boot with a pickle fork. I did my struts...
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      Check the sway bar bushings (not the end links...

      Check the sway bar bushings (not the end links but the actual rubber bushings on the the sway bar), they are known to cause that noise. Easy fix is to just spray them with silicone lubricant. There's...
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      I think it's normal. Generally whenever the...

      I think it's normal. Generally whenever the compressor is engaged and the car is idling, the fan will be running to allow airflow across the condenser. When the A/C is off, the car will not run the...
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      The easiest way would be to upload the video to...

      The easiest way would be to upload the video to youtube and then provide a link to the video. Also from your post, if it's a clunking noise, check your engine mounts, especially the upper torque...
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      I'm not sure if this applies to the S60, but on...

      I'm not sure if this applies to the S60, but on the S80 you can easily get to the fan squirrel cage area by removing the windshield wipers and then the cowl. You could definitely spray something down...
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