Mechanic replaced the fuel pump last year and that pump died this Spring. While replacing it under warranty, an O-ring, connecting the fuel line to the fuel pump, broke and hours of internet searching was fruitless by the mechanic, myself, and my wife who is Swedish and searched Swedish sites. All the usual sites used in the past had nothing. The mechanic finally created an O-ring to fit by using one that almost worked and a special glue. The mechanics time cost $448 for an O-ring probably smaller than a ring for your little finger. So with only 206,000 km on the odometer, this base model '94 Volvo 850 is destined for the BC Scrap-It program. Very annoying when more energy would be used to produce another car than the 850 would use to go another 5-10 years since it is still in good shape.