Sean,<BR>Yeah..if one of these days you feel like coming down to Maryland area, which is not far from Carslile PA, give me a holler. It sure will be nice to have these two line up and drive down the street side by side....<BR>God...just the thought of me would keep me awake for another few hours tonite...<BR> <IMG SRC="http://www.swedespeed.com/ubb/biggrin.gif">
Uh, hey guys...don't forget me. Just cause I have 182K miles OTC doesn't mean I can't have a little fun. Sean, if you do come down into this neck of the woods, we'll have to meet up as well.<P>Prospero
George, here are the numbers I sent before, tire valves 3529872,mud flaps rear kit 9124856, ex tip 9179330, washers 9127605, strut bar 9204247. Be carefull I think some of those numbers change up in the Volvo system, the parts man should see them on his screen, and check that you get the correct tailpipe tip size.
Shawn, thanks. Here's my thought. I have the IPD exhaust ready to mount on the car. I am hoping to fit the Volvo tip on it. I'll have to measure it and compare to the stock system. I like the IPD exhaust, but I don't want the big chrome tip (cool, but more flashy than I want our car to have), and I liked the matte stainless look of yours.
Guys,<BR> I tried the part numbers at the local Volvo dealer and they said that the numbers were no good. Funny how that seems to happen all too often. I do want to buy those goodies while my car sees the down-time from the accident. Sean, do you think you could help me with part numbers and general info on the damage to my car? I could use the part numbers for the R front bumper cover and plastic parts, bumper supports and shocks for front and rear bumpers and the rear bumper cover? Also, any ideas as to what could have broken free inside of my drivers door that blocks the window travel? Also, how about the sun roof getting stuck? It did not want to move after the accident. It will tilt up but won't go back. Well, anything that you can do to help would be great. Thanks in advance. <P>Prospero
Well, it could be structural damage as I pushed another 850 more than one foot with the residual impact from when the guy hit me. My car moved about 2-3 feet and I had my brakes on! The car does feel alright chassis wise but there are many more rattles and such. What a bum deal! Regardless, if they do total the car, I will buy it back and put it on the track. (That is what I did with my last totaled car. Bought it back for $100 from the insurance company that totaled it. Then got a check from them for book value!)<BR>Prospero
Prospero, I will have the numbers double checked tomorrow I did not imput them to see if they changed up, the number for the bar is still stuck on mine and thats where I got it from as for the others I will check. As for the damage, did your sunroof not have lots of play in it when I saw you at the show? The usual cause of sunroof failure in an accident is when the airbags blow and cabin pressure blows the roof out of place. As for the window, where the regulator meets the glass it fits into plastic sliding blocks (2). They snap in and are secured with pins, very possible that one may have popped out. The other common failure is the run channel for the glass that fits on the lock side of the door, about 3/4 of the way down you will see the torx screw that holds this channel, it will be there but the aluminum tab it screws into breaks from the run channel, it will either clunk when you shut the door or will have fallen to the bottom. The only other things there are the door warning light and the SIPS block at he bottom. Let me know if you do not know how to get the panel off, and I will get both you and Goerge hooked up with the part numbers tomorrow when I get home. I can not remember if you need a fog light kit or if your car had them, the R bumper has the holes, I will get the number anyway.
Sean,<BR> You are the man! All of the help is very nice of you, next time we GTG dinner is on me. I have not had the chance to take the door panel off yet. I have not done this before on my 850 so if it is strange please let me know. The sun roof did have play in it, but it did work the evening before the accident. Also, I do not have fog lights in the car at the moment. Guess I will in a few weeks. <IMG SRC="http://www.swedespeed.com/ubb/wink.gif"> I still have to wrap things up with the insurance companies and what not. They will be sending out an adjuster today. I hope this guy has a clue about cars in general since the last one I worked with was lost at the fender liner. Again, I can't thank you enough for the help. I just hope things work out the way they should. <P>Prospero
Ok, some changes, strut brace 9204176, ex tip 9470988, 2000 washer nozz 6816437, mudflap number ok, as well as alum tire valve number. George another number of intrest may be the stone guard for the a/c condensor 9169576 it fits into the lower air guide looks good as well. Prospero, your list is a bit larger, T5-R spoiler 9151251, fog light kit 3529904, upper grey front bumper trim 3512818, absorber 9151684,bumper rail 9151661, air guide 6808693, stone guard 9169576. Now rear, cover 9151083, absorber 6817745, bumper rail 9133633, brackets left 6816115 & right 6816116, bolts 973098. The only part number I could not find was for one complete 95 T5-R yellow wagon!
The door panel, remove leather trim panel above inner door handle it pulls out of 3 plastic clips these may not come out with the trim just wait until the panel is off and push them out from the back side it is easier then slip them back into the trim panel, two torx screws behind that, pop off speaker grille remove the 4 screws holding the speaker 3 short 1 long, remove and disconnect speaker grab plastic handle for inner door release and pull straight up it slides off, 4 torx screws at lower edge of door, one sneaky plastic philips screw at very front of pannel low near the door pocket remove the screw and its plastic nut,put the window down I find it easier to work with when pulling the panel, grab the lower edge pull out a little the straight up the panel has hooks that slide into parts of the door this is when the window down helps getting the door panel separated from the inner window trim at the top. the holes to get to the sliding blocks for the regulator are the stiff plastic the covers hole at the door lock and foam on the left for the other adjust the window to see the blocks as needed, have fun!
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by 1FASTBOX:<BR><B>The only part number I could not find was for one complete 95 T5-R yellow wagon! </B><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>I think it's $$$$$$$. <IMG SRC="http://www.swedespeed.com/ubb/biggrin.gif"><P>
Thanks a bunch! I will be at the dealer in the AM with the list and cash. Can't wait for some of these goodies. I am going to take the door panel off tomorrow and see what I can find. In regards to the part number for the complete 850 R in yellow, I thought it was 1FASTBOX. <IMG SRC="http://www.swedespeed.com/ubb/wink.gif"> I'll keep you all posted as things go along. I will have the insurance money by Friday. <IMG SRC="http://www.swedespeed.com/ubb/smile.gif"><P>Prospero