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Well I have the 2000 R sitting in the garage. The only bad thing so far is that the folder information in the glove box is all from a '98...all the info, warranty, radio stuff, etc. I assume that the dealer must have thrown that in there when he sold it to the guy I just bought it from. grr!<p>I'd like to find the info on how to work the radio and the Homelink system....and it would be nice to have the correct book for the car.<p>I can't wait to get some tags on this puppy tomorrow and drive around. And since it is raining I'll get to try out the AWD. <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://********************/smile/emsmile.gif" BORDER="0"> <p>
 

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Re: Sources for original owner's manuals? (83caddy16v)

Check out: <A HREF="http://www.volvotechinfo.com" TARGET="_blank">http://www.volvotechinfo.com</a><p>Getting that car is too sweet...I'm glad everything worked out for you.<p>You said the rear spoiler is clipped in.....can it be taken out easily? I'm just wondering how it actually attaches to the car.<p>-Larry
 

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Re: Sources for original owner's manuals? (83caddy16v)

I have a 2000 V70 XC and would be happy to let you know how to do those things. Just IM me and let me know. BTW I live in Alexandria so it will be easy to let you borrow it or just use it to do the things you need to.
 

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Re: Sources for original owner's manuals? (83caddy16v)

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>Well I have the 2000 R sitting in the garage. The only bad thing so far is that the folder information in the glove box is all from a '98...all the info, warranty, radio stuff, etc. I assume that the dealer must have thrown that in there when he sold it to the guy I just bought it from. grr!<p>I'd like to find the info on how to work the radio and the Homelink system....and it would be nice to have the correct book for the car.<p>I can't wait to get some tags on this puppy tomorrow and drive around. And since it is raining I'll get to try out the AWD. <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://********************/smile/emsmile.gif" BORDER="0"> <p><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><p><A HREF="http://new.volvocars.com/ownerscircle" TARGET="_blank">http://new.volvocars.com/ownerscircle</a>/<br>Register your VIN with volvo owner's circle, they have online manuals, and lots of other stuff.
 

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Re: Sources for original owner's manuals? (83caddy16v)

Chris,<p>Congrats on the car! Are you planning on keeping the Scooby? <p>For owners manuals, they are all online at:<p><A HREF="http://www.volvousa.com/ownerscircle" TARGET="_blank">http://www.volvousa.com/ownerscircle</a>/<p>Just register/login and you should be able to get almost everything you need. <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://********************/smile/emthup.gif" BORDER="0"> <p>-Drew
 

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thanks guys! I had some time quality time with it today, wow, when it the boost kicks in above 4k it takes off. The turbo/exhaust is very noticeable in the cabin when it is at WOT...I hope that is normal. I had the wheels balanced and one of them needs repaired, one is bent but not bad, and one tire has a flat spot. Other than that it looks good.<p>I think we are going to sell the Scoobie and keep the S70 but it is up to my wife. She has been enjoying driving the S70 again but the Forester is a good utility type of car for towing, home depot, foul weather, etc. <p>My local dealer gave me an 800 # for the owners' manual, $18.00 shipped. Eastern Aerospace wanted $32.00. She also gave me a site for service manuals: <A HREF="http://www.volvovira.com" TARGET="_blank">http://www.volvovira.com</a>
 
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