Sadly I have to let go of my swap kit as I am moving and can't take it with me. I have a M56H that I pulled from a 1998 V70 with roughly 150K on it. I have the whole swap kit other than the clutch and the flywheel. It will include the transmission, all the hard lines, the pedal assembly, the shifter assembly, the shifter cables, and other related parts. SOLD. I am in Augusta GA. I will not ship but can travel a reasonable distance to meet with someone. I can get more pictures upon request.
By Mr Foogie
I recently finished swapping out the transmission for my s80 t6 after it ripped through the old one 😑. After sitting for some time the ETM failed, so I sent it out for a rebuild. Works well other than on startup for the most part. It takes on average about two or three times cranking it for about three or four seconds apiece. I don't smell raw fuel or anything in the exhaust, so I don't believe it's flooding itself. The tach jumps around erratically when starting though which is suspect to me.
It didn't have either of these issues before the tranny swap as far as I can remember. In my own research I found some people cited the tach jumping on startup can be caused my missing or corroded ground wires, but I've checked all the ones I know of - there are three underneath the fuse box that look in decent shape, one under the airbox that's good as well, and three on the passenger side of the car by the antifreeze reservoir. I didn't do work on the rear of the car so I can't see there being issues with the ones coming off the negative of the battery terminal. I heard of one going from the engine block to the tranny but can't find it. Could anyone provide a picture or description of where it is? I might also be barking up the wrong tree with this grounding thing. It's the only thing I can think of though.
I scanned it and it has codes p0157 (O2 sensor circuit low voltage bank 2 sensor 2), p0455 evap emissions gross leak, p1113 (ambient air temp sensor), and p1332 (knock sensor). The ambient air temp code is caused by my drivers sode mirror having the wrong plug - the guy I got the car from ordered the wrong mirror. The other three codes clear though but return slowly after a bit of driving. I really don't think I have a gross emissions leak, but I haven't done a smoke test or anything so I suppose I can't rule that out.
I have a line on a V70 XC in clean shape that needs a tranny. I have read all over the place about the issues with that vintage. I also have a line on a 2004 FWD from an S60. Can I use a FWD trans by bolting on the AWD parts and make it an AWD trans? Can I convert a 2001 XC to FWD if I install the 2004 FWD trans? Is the 2004 trans compatible with the 2001? I have the computer for the 2004. What else will I need? I thought I had seen pictures a while back but cannot find the threads. I do not want to take on the project unless there is some hope it can work.
'03 S60, 175K miles
By Rodrigo molina
Alright so my moms been driving this Volvo and I don't know when was the last time she got her transmission fluids changed, the check engine light came on and the panel says transmission service required, and now I have a slipping transmission, I checked the fluid and it's really dark, I was wondering if anyone knew how much fluid does the transmission hold? It's a 2004 s60 2.5t, with a AW55-50. I'm 16 and it's my first car and I love this thing, I just want to fix this ASAP, thanks for your help