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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-02-05, 10:01 AM
gsnieder@canspec.com
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Help for 940T Emissions Problems

I need a new catalytic converter and O2 sensor for my '93 wagon and
would like to do it myself. There seems to be variation between the
940 models about the converter length - a quick look under the car
reveals a cylidical converter with a short length (~10") behind it,
making up 23" or 25" (the two variations on offer). Anybody done this
job and know what is best to buy? Parts sellers on-line mention EGR or
non-EGR - it looks like mine (Canadian) does not have EGR - can anyone
confirm? The labour for the cat appears straightforward.
I could not even find the O2 sensor, looking from above and below. I
expected to find it in the downpipe. Again, any opinions/experiences
on the various types available? I want to stick with Bosch.
TIA,
H2Only



 
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-02-05, 07:01 PM
Peter K L Milnes
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Re: Help for 940T Emissions Problems

It should screw into the front of the catalyser.

All the best, Peter.

700/900/90 Register Keeper,
Volvo Owners Club (UK).

<gsnieder@canspec.com> wrote in message
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>I need a new catalytic converter and O2 sensor for my '93 wagon and
> would like to do it myself. There seems to be variation between the
> 940 models about the converter length - a quick look under the car
> reveals a cylidical converter with a short length (~10") behind it,
> making up 23" or 25" (the two variations on offer). Anybody done this
> job and know what is best to buy? Parts sellers on-line mention EGR or
> non-EGR - it looks like mine (Canadian) does not have EGR - can anyone
> confirm? The labour for the cat appears straightforward.
> I could not even find the O2 sensor, looking from above and below. I
> expected to find it in the downpipe. Again, any opinions/experiences
> on the various types available? I want to stick with Bosch.
> TIA,
> H2Only
>



 
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