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Volvo S40 Questions


Does An Ecm Have To Be Reprogrammed When Replaced In A 2004 Volvo S40 1.9/t...

Can I buy a used ECM? If it needs reprogrammed, does it need to be done by a Volvo dealer?

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Karen Taylor

I Have A 1999 Volvo S40 And The Front Sidelights Won't Work. Please Can So...

I have changed the bulbs and the light housings are also new however, my sidelights still will not work. All other lights on my car work perfectly

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Radio And Cd Stop To Working After About Half An Hour More Or Less

when i turn on my car after a half an hour and sometimes more the radio and the cd stop working (I cant hear sound), also the sound of the seat belt after 45 km/h 1. I disconnect the battery and i co...

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Steve Champion

Radio Code

how do I get a radio code

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Will A 2.4l Engine From A 2000 V70 Fit In A 2004 S40 1.9l

I have a 2000 v70 with a good 2.4l engine and a 2004 s40 with a bad 1.9l turbo. Can I swap? Will everything work?

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Older Volvo S40

1999 Volvo S40 Overview
1999 Volvo S40
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1998 Volvo S40 Overview
1998 Volvo S40
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1998 Volvo S40 reviews:
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1997 Volvo S40 Overview
1997 Volvo S40
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1996 Volvo S40 Overview
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1995 Volvo S40 Overview
1995 Volvo S40

About the Volvo S40

The Volvo S40 packs an awful lot into a compact sedan. Between its nearly countless safety features (nearly all of them standard equipment) and luxurious detail, the car satisfies the hard-to-please with a compact package.
The mighty little S40 enjoyed years of popularity in Europe before U.S. sales began in 2000, after Ford's acquisition of Volvo. It was made over for the 2004 model year with a slightly more generous interior and enhanced safety features.
Certainly, small cars are the rule in European countries, while Americans tend to love bulk in a vehicle, but with ever-rising gas prices, this little sedan definitely has its role here. That said, it may not be the best choice for families, as the backseat is rather cramped.