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20 hours ago, lookforjoe said:

Nice!

Did you let DO88 know about the shipping damage? They obviously need to revise their packing since this is a recurring  issue

It's tough to tell if it's shipping or fabricating that's doing it. My unit came in the group buy form re-volv last year and the box seemed alright to me. I'll send them a message about it today and see what they say. 
Ended up needing to trim the plastic off the fan shroud by the top venting nipple to have it fit on all the way. 

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Do88 update, they said it can happen from the fabrication process and is normal. I can also be fixed with a hammer. Though I would be really cautious of doing this but it's something to consider.
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m66 question. 
The reverse light for the m66c comes by itself or in a nice little kit. Can any one identify the connector part number or does some one know where one might be found on a p80 Volvo? I have a bag of connectors but can't compare them to the plug on the reverse switch of my m66 as it was crushed and is being replaced.

It's the black part below. 
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far as I know it's only available with the kit

 

I want to say it's similar to an ABS connector on 850s but I really can't remember

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27 minutes ago, Kevin. said:

far as I know it's only available with the kit

 

I want to say it's similar to an ABS connector on 850s but I really can't remember

I remember what it looks like on the abs module for my s70 and v70 but this looks differen't. Perhaps the time savings of the kit is worth while. 

ALso 

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51 minutes ago, lookforjoe said:

Not the same as any P80 connector.

I'll see if I can find the PN for you.

 

8690674

Thank you!  

Hopefully making that last parts order tomorrow. 

 

Asking this question too. The collar for the angle gear is the same for both cars but the seals should be those for the s40 to match the m66? So a p1 rebuild kit is the proper way to do it. 

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I used two butt connectors on the reverse wires... as it is a two post connector.  Crimped the wire side... just pushed the other side one.  Done.

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19 minutes ago, Commander Riker said:

I used two butt connectors on the reverse wires... as it is a two post connector.  Crimped the wire side... just pushed the other side one.  Done.

Can't visualize that.  I see it's a plug on the transmission side with two posts, probably similar on the p80. 

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1 hour ago, Commander Riker said:

I used two butt connectors on the reverse wires... as it is a two post connector.  Crimped the wire side... just pushed the other side one.  Done.

Early rev switch had cylindrical pole connections (Molex) later ones do not.

1 hour ago, apeacock said:

Thank you!  

Hopefully making that last parts order tomorrow. 

Asking this question too. The collar for the angle gear is the same for both cars but the seals should be those for the s40 to match the m66? So a p1 rebuild kit is the proper way to do it. 

31256008 collar

M66 seals are the all same (all FWD = same, all AWD = same), just a question of FWD or AWD versions

9143911 outer seal (around collar)

9143885 inner seal (for DS passing into diff)

6843481 left side seal

 

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9 hours ago, lookforjoe said:

Early rev switch had cylindrical pole connections (Molex) later ones do not.

31256008 collar

M66 seals are the all same (all FWD = same, all AWD = same), just a question of FWD or AWD versions

9143911 outer seal (around collar)

9143885 inner seal (for DS passing into diff)

6843481 left side seal

 

Thank you I'll source those today. I also definitely have some spare molex male & female ends that can be used for this purpose. 

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1 hour ago, apeacock said:

Thank you I'll source those today. I also definitely have some spare molex male & female ends that can be used for this purpose. 

They won't work if your reverse switch is the one you show above (!) The early version switches have the exposed male molex pins, like P80 washer pumps, level sensors, coolant temp sensor, etc.

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1 hour ago, lookforjoe said:

They won't work if your reverse switch is the one you show above (!) The early version switches have the exposed male molex pins, like P80 washer pumps, level sensors, coolant temp sensor, etc.

I had a big bag of connector pig tails from a parts car but the molex style ones where all like the ones you mentioned. None of them were square like the ones shown. 

Going to order the switch 3072912 & the receptacle 8690674 They total out too $23~ versus the kit which is $42~ I'm sure I can make these work for less then $20 with of parts and time. 

This is whats left of the one that came on the transmission.
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Here's the plug on my reverse light switch. Lucas is saying he simply hooked a butt connector to each of those pins. I did that for a little while but didn't like how loose the connectors fit on the pins.

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And the matching plug from the S40. The P1 cars use totally different connectors than the P80 cars do.  I forgot to take this from the S40 when I pulled the transmission and had to go back afterwards (when the harness wasn't in the car) to try and find the correct plug. That was tricky...!

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8 hours ago, andyb5 said:

ere's the plug on my reverse light switch. Lucas is saying he simply hooked a butt connector to each of those pins. I did that for a little while but didn't like how loose the connectors fit on the pins.

 

And the matching plug from the S40. The P1 cars use totally different connectors than the P80 cars do.  I forgot to take this from the S40 when I pulled the transmission and had to go back afterwards (when the harness wasn't in the car) to try and find the correct plug. That was tricky...!

 

I'm glad I ordered the connector then! Didn't go with the wires but i'll source those before we start this thing. Any word on shop availability? 

If the weather would behave I could get stuff done during my down time. 
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