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      High-Mileage Manual: 1998 S70 T5M

      Hey all. First Swedish car/first Volvo after a string of older BMWs, some trucks, and a L322 Range Rover!

      Last year, I bought a 2001 BMW X5 3.0i for $1500 and took it off-roading with some friends in a Top-Gear-esque sort of challenge. It was fun and we decided to do the whole thing again, but with different cars and a different theme/challenge. This year's challenge is "Cars Your Grandma Aspired to Own" and we are taking them rallycrossing. That's assuming, of course, that rallycross can happen in late August but fingers are crossed.

      I was looking at all sorts of options for myself and had only limited my selection by saying "no more BMWs" - I've owned 11 and wanted to branch out. This Volvo appeared on my local (DC) Craigslist while I was idly scrolling during a conference call. It had been posted just an hour prior to my search and I'm sure my email read like some frantic nut. I saw the words "Volvo" "manual" and "turbo" and shot an email off with no more details.

      Anyway, it's a 1998 S70 T5M.

      I bought the car from a guy who had owned it since 1999! The first owner only kept it about a year but put 25k miles on it in that time. It was sold new locally here at Don Beyer Volvo in Falls Church, VA and that dealership put THREE clutches in the car. It has had the same clutch since 25k miles and that second owner which leads me to believe that maybe three-pedal driving wasn't the first owner's forte.

      The second and long-term owner drove the car as his only vehicle for a long time, and then supplemented it with some BMWs. It was never the family car, so the front passenger seat and rear seats look nearly new. The driver's seat has also held up tremendously well. I have a stack of maintenance and repair records going back to the PDI at one mile. The second owner found a shop near his home in Maryland that did most of the work over the last 20 years. I need to call them tomorrow because the one record I don't have is a recent-ish timing belt service. The interval is anywhere from 80-100k miles depending on model year and who you believe, but I want to make sure that's in good shape. He claims it was done at 250k and I am missing records for about 23k of history around that time, so perhaps the receipts got tossed on accident.

      More to come after I get it tagged, titled, and check the timing belt. Everything works, including the A/C and heated seats. The dashboard creaks at highway speed, I get an occasional flickering battery light (new battery, only happens if winding the revs out more) and over bumps the front end has a clunk or two. Sounds like it needs strut mounts or sway bar end links. The brakes are fine but kinda soft so probably due for new fluid and perhaps front pads. Oh, and it needs a CV boot on the one front axle.







      I mentioned "250k" above and the car currently has 295,300 miles (ish) on it. One rallycross won't trash it, but I also don't think I want to do the event and promptly sell the car, either. Assuming I fall in a bit of love with it, my goal is to get it to 300k and beyond while keeping it nice. The previous owner spent money as needed to keep the car going and in nice shape, so I'd like to do the same. Some of his past maintenance/upgrades are going to be due again (the Koni FSD struts have 100k on 'em, for example) so might as well see what IPD can sell me if I want to replace anything.

      Glad to be here, let's see how this goes!

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      Got the car tagged/titled yesterday (it's a process in Virginia given COVID precautions but worked pretty well). Took it for a short drive to my friends' place to get a few miles in and poke around.

      It needs front brakes, badly. That likely explains the soft pedal. I'll throw new fluid through the system while I'm in there. I have a friend at a Volvo dealership so hoping he can run my VIN through VIDA to see which size of brake rotors I have. Not sure if there is a hard and fast assumption to make given it's a T5.

      The passenger front CV boot is torn. Some reading indicates it's often easier or better to replace the whole axle?

      My Volvo-dealer friend is going to have a tech block some time off to inspect the car and see what else it needs. Generally, though, it rides and drives really well! I was able to give it the beans through a few on-ramps yesterday and it's a fun chassis! The manual transmission action is pretty good. I'm still adjusting to the clutch but it feels solid as well. I was able to load up CDs from my childhood CD wallet in the trunk changer and blast 1998's biggest hits from NOW 1 on the surprisingly-very-good sound system, too.
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      Welcome! If you have 280mm rotors the upgrade to 302mm is hailed by pretty much everyone I just did it myself a few weeks ago. Used caliper brackets pop up on the for sale forum for ~$100 for the pair or if you need them now IPD has them for $139 a pair. https://www.ipdusa.com/products/9263...e-volvo-120644

      Would also need the longer brake line, pn 9191400. https://www.fcpeuro.com/Volvo-parts/...ywords=9191400

      Can still use 280mm pads but the 302mm cover the rotor better.

      Also, generally speaking, fcpeuro has been the go to place for many. Competitive prices, solid customer service and lifetime guarantee on all parts.

      Good luck.
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      Quote Originally Posted by i_like_volvos View Post
      Welcome! If you have 280mm rotors the upgrade to 302mm is hailed by pretty much everyone I just did it myself a few weeks ago. Used caliper brackets pop up on the for sale forum for ~$100 for the pair or if you need them now IPD has them for $139 a pair. https://www.ipdusa.com/products/9263...e-volvo-120644

      Would also need the longer brake line, pn 9191400. https://www.fcpeuro.com/Volvo-parts/...ywords=9191400

      Can still use 280mm pads but the 302mm cover the rotor better.

      Also, generally speaking, fcpeuro has been the go to place for many. Competitive prices, solid customer service and lifetime guarantee on all parts.

      Good luck.
      Awesome info, thank you! I'll have to figure out the rotor size before I do anything else. My buddy has been busy all day so no time to plug the VIN in yet.

      FCP has been a go-to for me for years now, I race an E36 M3 with NASA and have used FCP for a lot of parts. Their lifetime warranty is extended to motorsports use and they really support the amateur racing community, so we all try to show them some love too. The previous owner of my Volvo bought a lot of parts from them, back to the days when they were FCP Groton.
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      It has stock 280s looking at the wheels.
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      Welcome!

      If you end up upgrading to 302mm brakes, I have a spare set of SS lines! Maybe you'll be content with the current size but send me a message, I basically got the lines for free, so cheap+ shipping to support a fun project!

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      Quote Originally Posted by cbblunk View Post
      Welcome!

      If you end up upgrading to 302mm brakes, I have a spare set of SS lines! Maybe you'll be content with the current size but send me a message, I basically got the lines for free, so cheap+ shipping to support a fun project!
      Thanks for the offer! I want to keep this car in good shape but don't want to spend tooooo too much money on it for performance upgrades for the time being. If I can find a good pad compound for the 280mm rotor, I may just do that to avoid spending more money on hardware. Going in at 8:30 AM tomorrow for a whole-car inspection and then will decide what to do myself vs. outsource.
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      Congrats on the new acquisition. She looks to be in amazing shape for the age and miles. You donít see interiors that clean on these cars with half the miles. That driver seat bolster for example. The list of to doís doesnít seem too bad either.
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      Alrighty, update time!

      • Front brake pads are beyond done and rears aren't far off (but would pass inspection). Ordered a full pad/rotor kit for both axles and confirmed I have the 280mm rotors. Going to keep them for now.
      • Drivers' front sway bar end link is shot, probably explains the clunking over bumps I was hearing from the front left. Previous owner purchased IPD end links and only had the passenger side installed 100k miles ago. Ordered two new Lemforder links to replace both.
      • Both front CV axle boots are torn. One axle was replaced at 261k so not sure how that boot is already torn but whatever. We'll fix both so I don't trash the axles.
      • Radiator is leaking at the seams, was last replaced 50k miles ago and who knows what brand/quality was used.
      • Dipstick head is broken off (oh, the horror). I ordered a new dipstick because it's a cheap way to keep the car nice.
      • Oil leaks just enough to leave a few little spots when parked for a day or two. I'm going to poke around, the tech said the underside is all grimy so he'd have to clean it up to pinpoint. May need some PCV stuff replaced. Hoping it's not cam seals, distributor seal, etc as I don't want to pull the head apart.


      On the plus side, he said the timing belt looked great, so that's one big job that can sit on the (far) back burner for now. I ordered some of the parts and am going to get a quote for the radiator and CV boot work. If it's reasonable enough, I'll just have it done as work is busy right now. If it's a WTF sort of quote, I'm happy to throw a radiator at it myself and figure out how to replace the boots.
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      You do not need to remove the head to do the cam seals.
      Front cam seals are more intensive, but rear cam seals are quite easy.
      I'd vote rear cam seals and/or turbo drain seals (also easy on a FWD car). for your oil leaks.
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      Glad someone saved this one - we were watching it for a month or two on here.
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      Check the oil cooler hoses, those leak with age, good time to replace with radiator...can have them rebuilt at a hydraulic hose shop, better than paying top dollar for genuine Volvo. Spend the money to refresh the whole car, DIY, of course.
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      Fix/change the axle boots. Finding a new/rebuilt VOLVO manual axle has been next to impossible for the past 10-12 years or so!
      Aftermarket is a crapshoot
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      Quote Originally Posted by Brake_L8 View Post
      Thanks for the offer! I want to keep this car in good shape but don't want to spend tooooo too much money on it for performance upgrades for the time being. If I can find a good pad compound for the 280mm rotor, I may just do that to avoid spending more money on hardware. Going in at 8:30 AM tomorrow for a whole-car inspection and then will decide what to do myself vs. outsource.
      The 280s are an absolute joke. Don't waste your time. I'm going through every aggressive pad I can get my hands on trying to make my 302s good and it's still not really enough. 280s are so bad that I put 302s on my MOM's S70. She doesn't even go fast but she literally would not have had the physical strength to stop the car in a panic situation........I was giving it everything I had and couldn't lock up the wheels with the 280s once we put even half decent tires on it, and I used to bike to work every day so I know my legs weren't the weak link there.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Wayne T5 View Post
      Glad someone saved this one - we were watching it for a month or two on here.
      Oh, was it for sale on here? I'll have to poke around. Mileage doesn't scare me one bit if it's been cared for, which I think it has been. I have a friend in Phoenix with a fleet of high-mileage Acuras and they all get driven, including his 580k (ish) Legend coupe with original drivetrain. He's taken that cross-country a few times recently and it's fine. This Volvo ought to be similarly stout if I keep it up.
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      It looks great for 295K and is in good hands under your stewardship. Is the color Moondust or Pewter ?
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      Quote Originally Posted by UT OLI View Post
      It looks great for 295K and is in good hands under your stewardship. Is the color Moondust or Pewter ?
      I believe itís 426 Mystic Silver over Light Taupe leather. I have the 1998 dealer sales brochure (PO included it in the sale) and Pewter isnít listed for the Ď98 model year.

      Parts are all on their way, I put a few miles on it yesterday but am keeping it parked until I get stuff fixed. The brake pads are really low on material so donít want to risk it.

      Does anyone bother with the Grom Bluetooth upgrade to the factory head unit, or is it easier to swap out for something else? Looks like Grom is $200 and connects to the CD changer wiring. I used one of these in my E46 M3 and liked it but the factory BMW head unit had good sound quality. Not sure if the Volvo units are known for SQ or not.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Brake_L8 View Post
      I believe itís 426 Mystic Silver over Light Taupe leather. I have the 1998 dealer sales brochure (PO included it in the sale) and Pewter isnít listed for the Ď98 model year.

      Parts are all on their way, I put a few miles on it yesterday but am keeping it parked until I get stuff fixed. The brake pads are really low on material so donít want to risk it.

      Does anyone bother with the Grom Bluetooth upgrade to the factory head unit, or is it easier to swap out for something else? Looks like Grom is $200 and connects to the CD changer wiring. I used one of these in my E46 M3 and liked it but the factory BMW head unit had good sound quality. Not sure if the Volvo units are known for SQ or not.
      I love my Grom. The base head unit isn't bad but if that's not cutting it for you, grab a SC-901. They were developed to go with the Dynaudio sound system that was optional in the C70 if that tells you anything. We are running a SC-901 with the optional Dolby processor in all 5 of our P80s (plus the optional center speaker in 4 of them, and plan to add it to the 5th) and have 4 Groms (no I didn't pay retail for all 4 lol).

      I don't bother with the bluetooth even though most of our Groms support it. USB sounds better and lets you connect via Grom's proprietary app which gains you a lot of additional functionality. Occasionally I'll have passengers who want to connect via BT and it works but it just seems absolutely pointless to me to go wireless in this context.



      Pewter would have probably been called Silver Sand Metallic when this car was built. Your paint and interior codes are on the product plate by the battery.
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      Dad: 1997 V70 T5 SE. AW50-42LE. Frost Green/Oak. 212k.Mom: NEW! 1999 S70 GLT Pewter/Oak. 101k. Past: 2004 V70 NA. AW55-50SN Ruby Red/Tan 269k. Sold to markj

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      Quote Originally Posted by JaredR View Post
      I love my Grom. The base head unit isn't bad but if that's not cutting it for you, grab a SC-901. They were developed to go with the Dynaudio sound system that was optional in the C70 if that tells you anything. We are running a SC-901 with the optional Dolby processor in all 5 of our P80s (plus the optional center speaker in 4 of them, and plan to add it to the 5th) and have 4 Groms (no I didn't pay retail for all 4 lol).
      Cool. Grom may be the way to go, I really don't like many aftermarket head units.

      Color-wise, this is what the 1998 S70 brochure lists. I'll have to check my actual codes later tonight:

      • 019: Black
      • 189: White
      • 601: Red
      • 412: Blue green metallic
      • 417: Nautic blue metallic
      • 418: Regent red metallic
      • 419: Pewter silver metallic
      • 421: Emerald green metallic
      • 426: Mystic silver metallic
      • 427: Graphite gray metallic
      • 431: Aqua blue metallic
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      Alright so we got it all fixed up. I think a front dust shield or something is a little bent on one corner as I've got some noise after doing the brakes. I'll check it out soon.

      Came out to the car last night to drive to dinner and the battery was dead. Like no odometer/trip computer at all dead. I drove the car five days prior and it was totally fine. Brought the battery inside and hooked it to my tender, which spent 12 hours today charging it and didn't go to green/fully charged. The battery is from December 2019 so not very old. Hopefully it was just a fluke but I'll be keeping an eye on things. Threw the battery back in, car started up fine, and I put 30 minutes/miles of driving on it up and down the highway.

      Now that the battery went flat, the radio wants the code. I have every piece of documentation on this thing but no radio code. How can I obtain that? It's the original radio to the car, single CD/tape with 6-disc in trunk.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Brake_L8 View Post
      Now that the battery went flat, the radio wants the code. I have every piece of documentation on this thing but no radio code. How can I obtain that? It's the original radio to the car, single CD/tape with 6-disc in trunk.

      http://volvo.custhelp.com/app/answer...our-radio-code
      1995 850 T-5R Estate. AW50-42LE. Cream Yellow/Graphite. 297k.
      1997 850R Estate. B5234T9/M66D. Bright Red/Graphite. 270k.
      2007 S60 T5. M66W. Black Sapphire/Arena. 140k.
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      Dad: 1997 V70 T5 SE. AW50-42LE. Frost Green/Oak. 212k.Mom: NEW! 1999 S70 GLT Pewter/Oak. 101k. Past: 2004 V70 NA. AW55-50SN Ruby Red/Tan 269k. Sold to markj

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      Amazing. I could have Googled. It's been a long day/decade, thank you for doing that for me.
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