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Replaced the FPS with a fresh new one that I've had on hand for a while now knowing if need one eventually. Been getting an intermittent P0193 the past few weeks with a couple instances I could feel the fuel cut out for a split second upon mashing the throttle. All seems well so far.
Adding a gratuitous engine shot just because.


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It is astounding how clean that is.
So Cal for ya.
Replaced the FPS with a fresh new one that I've had on hand for a while now knowing if need one eventually. Been getting an intermittent P0193 the past few weeks with a couple instances I could feel the fuel cut out for a split second upon mashing the throttle. All seems well so far.
Adding a gratuitous engine shot just because.
 

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For sure, they do. But the part you leave unpainted looks better to most people. Of course it's all personal preference and what appeals to YOU. People have done various things with borders and such on their S60 taillights.

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Funny enough, there is a 05 2.5T in local yards right now with near pristine taillights. Left them in the car. This is a school car for my kids. I say I don't want to dump a bunch of money on mods for it, yet I already have bought several things.
 

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Funny enough, there is a 05 2.5T in local yards right now with near pristine taillights. Left them in the car. This is a school car for my kids. I say I don't want to dump a bunch of money on mods for it, yet I already have bought several things.
Not sure how much a yard wants for them, but most likely for less if not far less than a Volvo enthusiast would sell for.

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Yeah - those pictures you've shared in the past make me ill. :ROFLMAO:
I'd be able to do so much more on my cars if I had no corrosion. It would almost be a joy to tinker.
Thank you! My favorite part about So Cal. And the under carriage is just about as clean. The bottom and back of the engine block you'd swear was brand new!

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Progress on the T5 M66 front - knuckles out, driveshaft out, motor mount brackets out, and last but not least, transmission out. Will start tackling swapping the clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, master cylinder, and slave tomorrow.

Anyone know what this tube part is? Under the intake manifold between 2 different check valves. I'll want to replace all the rubber hoses here.

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What are the lines connected to? I can't tell what that piece is.
 

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I found the P/N and those lines are all one volvo part - P/N 30757307 - Volvo Evap Hose - 6 sections of hose, 2 check valves, 1 T fitting, and right angle fitting. I'm looking at my options to just replace the tubing. It winds from the back of the engine to the top of the intake manifold and somewhere else.
 

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Added the T5R/ Volvo Motorsports badge....not a lot of options as to spacing but I like it.
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My T5 is has a chirping noise coming from the tb area, which I suspect is the wp. Like an idiot I didn’t change it when I did the tb 30k ago. Ordered an Aisins wp and oil cooler seals, and a crank seal. Really don’t want to do this but need to protect the motor despite the 200k suggested interval for the wp.


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My T5 is has a chirping noise coming from the tb area, which I suspect is the wp. Like an idiot I didn’t change it when I did the tb 30k ago. Ordered an Aisins wp and oil cooler seals, and a crank seal. Really don’t want to do this but need to protect the motor despite the 200k suggested interval for the wp.


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Ouch. Not a fun job, but necessary. With all the labor it took to get in there, WP replacement is recommended although not technically necessary. Good Luck! Gotta keep all the T5 M66 cars on the road!

I finally got a few more hours to spend on my T5M66.

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Eh, not too bad. I think my least favorite part is taking apart everything on the back side to lock the cams. Much easier to access on the P1 cars, so I've discovered.
 

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What size are the hoses used for that? And did you replace any of plastic bits, check valves and such?


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I believe either 7 or 8 mm. I usually use 5 and 7 mm hoses to replace all of the vacuum hoses on these cars.
 

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What size are the hoses used for that? And did you replace any of plastic bits, check valves and such?


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I used 8mm ID x 2.5mm Wall tubing. Worked well for fittiing, but we'll see if any of the connections will require clamps. From factory the 2 ends nearest the intake manifold bung have clamps, which is probably due to the intake pressure. Upstream of the check valve it is probably all very low pressure.
 
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I used 8mm ID x 2.5mm Wall tubing. Worked well for fittiing, but we'll see if any of the connections will require clamps. From factory the 2 ends nearest the intake manifold bung have clamps, which is probably due to the intake pressure. Upstream of the check valve it is probably all very low pressure.
Thank you! All the check valves seemed in good order from the heat of the engine bay?

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Thank you! All the check valves seemed in good order from the heat of the engine bay?

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They look good, but don't know about their function. Does anyone know at what pressure these check valves open? I can test with my air compressor adjusted to the correct pressure but don't know what to adjust to.
 

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They're just one-way valves, you can test them by blowing in the direction of the arrow. You should not be able to blow the opposite direction.
 

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Transmission is back in the T5M66.
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