Drive off boost and as you say with the dipstick not fully located, should get you home without blowing the cam seals.If this was to fail not too far home would it be doable to continue the journey home with the dip stick not located fully to relieve the pressure?
if i remember correctly it was Stingy that said the full housing doesnt need to be changed and just the plastic on the top could be clipped off and replaced with the new one. Saves loads of hasstle trying to take off the housingQuite easy to do although I do them on a ramp makes it easier, take the air box out and un bolt it. Harder on the volvos as the air box is a pig to get out as its closer to the slam panel
Yeah but when a customer pays me to fit a part I have to fit the hole thing would be a lot easier that way lol. Should have made the diaphragm a separate piece to sellif i remember correctly it was Stingy that said the full housing doesnt need to be changed and just the plastic on the top could be clipped off and replaced with the new one. Saves loads of hasstle trying to take off the housing
So Frauds can't rip off there customers abit more my guessAhh yeah that makes sense lol. They should have dont know why they never.
That can't just be bolted in though, it needs a catch tank to go with it.
Or just buy it from Graham at Carparts Express as its even cheaperBuy it from Volvo there cheaper than ford
Yeah it's because America is there biggest market, had the same when volvos electric throttle modules were failing all you got in the uk was 3 years 60,000 on them but in America the extended there warrant on ETM to 10y 100,000 not really fairThe real "fraud" here is that this design defect has been known about and acknowledged by Volvo for a very long time.
In North America they did a recall and replaced the part (on Volvos') free of charge, but in the UK .........?