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    1. #1
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      Searching for part . Gear lever

      Hi,
      I have lost this lever. Ive been searching for it for couple months. Repacking, reorganising all stuff that belongs to my car.
      May be sombody can sell it if they have a donor car

      Lever is for bw35 gearbox with steering wheel gear switch.

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      I'm sorry, I can't help you find that part, but I was wondering where you found that image/diagram. I'm looking for a part that looks like it might be at the top of that image, perhaps #20A or #20B, some sort of a plastic bushing on the shifter arm. Can you send me details for that image or a larger version of it?

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      Quote Originally Posted by fustilarsic View Post
      I'm sorry, I can't help you find that part, but I was wondering where you found that image/diagram. I'm looking for a part that looks like it might be at the top of that image, perhaps #20A or #20B, some sort of a plastic bushing on the shifter arm. Can you send me details for that image or a larger version of it?
      Many owners here on swedespeed have old paper parts manuals or parts list, but there are a few resources on the internet in various resolutions, but all usable.

      Volvo Tips is a good place for quick reference, for example the 164 manuals

      http://www.volvotips.com/index.php/1...-parts-manual/

      A good place for 1800 manuals and parts lists is

      http://volvo1800pictures.com/

      Once you have a part number you can search the internet for that part number, for example Scancar, Scandix or VP Autoparts. (and some of these parts suppliers also have parts manuals and diagrams to aid in part selection)

      https://classic-volvo.com/ SCANCAR

      http://www.skandix.com/#1 Scandix

      http://www.vp-autoparts.com/main.aspx?guest=yes VP AUTOPARTS (In your in the USA then click on the US Flag for the South Carolina Website)
      Currently: 2016 XC90 T8, 1973 1800ES Original D-Jet, 1973 142 B20B, 1977 242 B230FT
      Previously: 1974 144 B20B, 1974 142 B20F, 1989 740, 1981 242 GLT, 1996 740, 1999 V70

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      The genuine classic parts www.GCP.se has a searchable version of the parts manual with all the pictures and part numbers. The GCP website appears to be down right now; but, you should be able to get to it through the parent ECRIS

      http://www.ecris.se/en/genuine-classic-parts.html

      There are .pdf versions of the 140 parts manuals available on the web. You just have to search for them. I got copies years ago from a site that no longer exists. Another member here found copies recently so they are still out there.
      A 142 of course. What do you expect? I'm the 142 guy. / 1971 142 E 102 color

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      Thank you! I'll get busy searching that part out.

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      Thank you! The ecris.se site had the diagrams I needed to figure out what I was looking for and the VP Autoparts site had it in stock. Arrived and fit perfectly. Thank you.

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