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Old 11-15-2005, 15:01   #1 (permalink)
Geronimo
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Need 740 B230F engine parts

I need some timing belt- associated parts for a 89 Volvo 740 GL. It
has the non-turbo B230F engine. The most urgent thing is a new
crankshaft sprocket (for the timing belt). That's the sprocket behind
the crankshaft pulley. Need a complete one, with front and rear
guides, and also the crankshaft key underneath. It has a half-moon
shape. Have already obtained a new crankshaft pully/vibration damper.
The sprocket parts and key will get it going again, but I also need a
camshaft sprocket cover& bolt, both upper and lower timing belt
covers, and a idler (timing belt) tensioner.
I checked the local junkyards, they don't have any Volvo 740s, and
the network didn't locate any of these motors designated "for parts
only". Thanks.
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Old 11-15-2005, 17:01   #2 (permalink)
Peter K L Milnes
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

Try the yards for 940 parts for the same engine.

All the best, Peter.

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"Geronimo" <someone@somewhere.net> wrote in message
news:p7mkn1h6547j1qoj7qnru321l5bh1ufrkt@4ax.com...
>I need some timing belt- associated parts for a 89 Volvo 740 GL. It
> has the non-turbo B230F engine. The most urgent thing is a new
> crankshaft sprocket (for the timing belt). That's the sprocket behind
> the crankshaft pulley. Need a complete one, with front and rear
> guides, and also the crankshaft key underneath. It has a half-moon
> shape. Have already obtained a new crankshaft pully/vibration damper.
> The sprocket parts and key will get it going again, but I also need a
> camshaft sprocket cover& bolt, both upper and lower timing belt
> covers, and a idler (timing belt) tensioner.
> I checked the local junkyards, they don't have any Volvo 740s, and
> the network didn't locate any of these motors designated "for parts
> only". Thanks.



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Old 11-15-2005, 18:01   #3 (permalink)
James Sweet
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

Geronimo wrote:
> I need some timing belt- associated parts for a 89 Volvo 740 GL. It
> has the non-turbo B230F engine. The most urgent thing is a new
> crankshaft sprocket (for the timing belt). That's the sprocket behind
> the crankshaft pulley. Need a complete one, with front and rear
> guides, and also the crankshaft key underneath. It has a half-moon
> shape. Have already obtained a new crankshaft pully/vibration damper.
> The sprocket parts and key will get it going again, but I also need a
> camshaft sprocket cover& bolt, both upper and lower timing belt
> covers, and a idler (timing belt) tensioner.
> I checked the local junkyards, they don't have any Volvo 740s, and
> the network didn't locate any of these motors designated "for parts
> only". Thanks.



You can get the parts you need off a '85 or later 240 as well, they're a
bit more common.
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Old 11-15-2005, 18:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

Commonly available at U Pull It Damascus in PDX.

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Old 11-15-2005, 22:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

The car suffered a crankshaft pulley failure months ago, Got it going
again with a new crankshaft pullley. When I took that off and checked
the crankshaft sprocket, I found that there was a little fragment of
what was a key in the crankshaft keyway. Well, there is a square
projection on the front of the sproket which engages the corresponding
keyway /slot on the crank pully. On the back side of the crankshaft
sprocket there is a corresponding dimple and some little thing, maybe
a "bump" projection was there, that has broken off. But I don't see
any slot running axially on the ID of the sprocket which the
crankshaft key would engage! Doesn't make sense. I don't see how the
crankshaft key was positively set/anchored to the camshaft pulley and
sprocket, there would just be the tension of the pully bolt. But I
figure getting a new sprocket and key should solve the mystery and fix
it. The Haynes illustration isn't clear or detailed enough on this.
Thanks!


On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 01:49:44 GMT, James Sweet <jamessweet@hotmail.com>
wrote:

>Geronimo wrote:
>> I need some timing belt- associated parts for a 89 Volvo 740 GL. It
>> has the non-turbo B230F engine. The most urgent thing is a new
>> crankshaft sprocket (for the timing belt). That's the sprocket behind
>> the crankshaft pulley. Need a complete one, with front and rear
>> guides, and also the crankshaft key underneath. It has a half-moon
>> shape. Have already obtained a new crankshaft pully/vibration damper.
>> The sprocket parts and key will get it going again, but I also need a
>> camshaft sprocket cover& bolt, both upper and lower timing belt
>> covers, and a idler (timing belt) tensioner.
>> I checked the local junkyards, they don't have any Volvo 740s, and
>> the network didn't locate any of these motors designated "for parts
>> only". Thanks.

>
>
>You can get the parts you need off a '85 or later 240 as well, they're a
>bit more common.


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Old 11-15-2005, 23:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

In article <lreln1loh7asqmdu0b6f0dsm6dcbk3h43a@4ax.com>,
someone@somewhere.net says...
> The car suffered a crankshaft pulley failure months ago, Got it going
> again with a new crankshaft pullley. When I took that off and checked
> the crankshaft sprocket, I found that there was a little fragment of
> what was a key in the crankshaft keyway. Well, there is a square
> projection on the front of the sproket which engages the corresponding
> keyway /slot on the crank pully. On the back side of the crankshaft
> sprocket there is a corresponding dimple and some little thing, maybe
> a "bump" projection was there, that has broken off. But I don't see
> any slot running axially on the ID of the sprocket which the
> crankshaft key would engage! Doesn't make sense. I don't see how the
> crankshaft key was positively set/anchored to the camshaft pulley and
> sprocket, there would just be the tension of the pully bolt. But I
> figure getting a new sprocket and key should solve the mystery and fix
> it. The Haynes illustration isn't clear or detailed enough on this.
> Thanks!
>

The crank sprocket has a block (key) molded to the front half of the
sprocket inside of the bore. The tang on the front of the sprocket
engages the damper pulley when installed.

Bob
>--

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Old 11-16-2005, 07:01   #7 (permalink)
Geronimo
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 06:23:46 GMT, User <radietzno@spamioip.com> wrote:

>In article <lreln1loh7asqmdu0b6f0dsm6dcbk3h43a@4ax.com>,
>someone@somewhere.net says...
>> The car suffered a crankshaft pulley failure months ago, Got it going
>> again with a new crankshaft pullley. When I took that off and checked
>> the crankshaft sprocket, I found that there was a little fragment of
>> what was a key in the crankshaft keyway. Well, there is a square
>> projection on the front of the sproket which engages the corresponding
>> keyway /slot on the crank pully. On the back side of the crankshaft
>> sprocket there is a corresponding dimple and some little thing, maybe
>> a "bump" projection was there, that has broken off. But I don't see
>> any slot running axially on the ID of the sprocket which the
>> crankshaft key would engage! Doesn't make sense. I don't see how the
>> crankshaft key was positively set/anchored to the camshaft pulley and
>> sprocket, there would just be the tension of the pully bolt. But I
>> figure getting a new sprocket and key should solve the mystery and fix
>> it. The Haynes illustration isn't clear or detailed enough on this.
>> Thanks!
>>

>The crank sprocket has a block (key) molded to the front half of the
>sprocket inside of the bore. The tang on the front of the sprocket
>engages the damper pulley when installed.
>
>Bob
>>--


Thanks...yea, now I understand. I looked closer at the inner bore of
the sprocket, and there WAS a molded-in rectangular key on the inner
bore of the sprocket that has broken off....there never was a separate
key. Now...good luck ever finding a new crankshaft sprocket! I have
come up completely empty-handed trying to find B230 engine parts in
the local yards. Of course they have complete used engines they are
willing to sell me!
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Old 11-16-2005, 10:01   #8 (permalink)
Per Hauge-Nielsen
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

take a look at this:
http://www.brickboard.com/FAQ/700-90...TimingSprocket

maybe you could try the same

Regards

Per Hauge


"Geronimo" <someone@somewhere.net> skrev i en meddelelse
news:c6hmn1pckm4hauo1a7j9ch3kfie5e81opd@4ax.com...
> On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 06:23:46 GMT, User <radietzno@spamioip.com> wrote:
>
>>In article <lreln1loh7asqmdu0b6f0dsm6dcbk3h43a@4ax.com>,
>>someone@somewhere.net says...
>>> The car suffered a crankshaft pulley failure months ago, Got it going
>>> again with a new crankshaft pullley. When I took that off and checked
>>> the crankshaft sprocket, I found that there was a little fragment of
>>> what was a key in the crankshaft keyway. Well, there is a square
>>> projection on the front of the sproket which engages the corresponding
>>> keyway /slot on the crank pully. On the back side of the crankshaft
>>> sprocket there is a corresponding dimple and some little thing, maybe
>>> a "bump" projection was there, that has broken off. But I don't see
>>> any slot running axially on the ID of the sprocket which the
>>> crankshaft key would engage! Doesn't make sense. I don't see how the
>>> crankshaft key was positively set/anchored to the camshaft pulley and
>>> sprocket, there would just be the tension of the pully bolt. But I
>>> figure getting a new sprocket and key should solve the mystery and fix
>>> it. The Haynes illustration isn't clear or detailed enough on this.
>>> Thanks!
>>>

>>The crank sprocket has a block (key) molded to the front half of the
>>sprocket inside of the bore. The tang on the front of the sprocket
>>engages the damper pulley when installed.
>>
>>Bob
>>>--

>
> Thanks...yea, now I understand. I looked closer at the inner bore of
> the sprocket, and there WAS a molded-in rectangular key on the inner
> bore of the sprocket that has broken off....there never was a separate
> key. Now...good luck ever finding a new crankshaft sprocket! I have
> come up completely empty-handed trying to find B230 engine parts in
> the local yards. Of course they have complete used engines they are
> willing to sell me!



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Old 11-16-2005, 12:01   #9 (permalink)
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Re: Need 740 B230F engine parts

That trick works for the key on the *front* side of the sprocket that
engages the crank pulley, but it wouldn't work for the other key---
the one that is broken on my sprocket---the one on the inner bore of
the sprocket which engages the crankshaft. That is a site with lots
of good info----thanks, I bookmarked it.



On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 18:58:39 +0100, "Per Hauge-Nielsen"
<volvo@deletethisph-n.dk> wrote:

>take a look at this:
>http://www.brickboard.com/FAQ/700-90...TimingSprocket
>
>maybe you could try the same
>
>Regards
>
>Per Hauge
>
>
>"Geronimo" <someone@somewhere.net> skrev i en meddelelse
>news:c6hmn1pckm4hauo1a7j9ch3kfie5e81opd@4ax.com...
>> On Wed, 16 Nov 2005 06:23:46 GMT, User <radietzno@spamioip.com> wrote:
>>
>>>In article <lreln1loh7asqmdu0b6f0dsm6dcbk3h43a@4ax.com>,
>>>someone@somewhere.net says...
>>>> The car suffered a crankshaft pulley failure months ago, Got it going
>>>> again with a new crankshaft pullley. When I took that off and checked
>>>> the crankshaft sprocket, I found that there was a little fragment of
>>>> what was a key in the crankshaft keyway. Well, there is a square
>>>> projection on the front of the sproket which engages the corresponding
>>>> keyway /slot on the crank pully. On the back side of the crankshaft
>>>> sprocket there is a corresponding dimple and some little thing, maybe
>>>> a "bump" projection was there, that has broken off. But I don't see
>>>> any slot running axially on the ID of the sprocket which the
>>>> crankshaft key would engage! Doesn't make sense. I don't see how the
>>>> crankshaft key was positively set/anchored to the camshaft pulley and
>>>> sprocket, there would just be the tension of the pully bolt. But I
>>>> figure getting a new sprocket and key should solve the mystery and fix
>>>> it. The Haynes illustration isn't clear or detailed enough on this.
>>>> Thanks!
>>>>
>>>The crank sprocket has a block (key) molded to the front half of the
>>>sprocket inside of the bore. The tang on the front of the sprocket
>>>engages the damper pulley when installed.
>>>
>>>Bob
>>>>--

>>
>> Thanks...yea, now I understand. I looked closer at the inner bore of
>> the sprocket, and there WAS a molded-in rectangular key on the inner
>> bore of the sprocket that has broken off....there never was a separate
>> key. Now...good luck ever finding a new crankshaft sprocket! I have
>> come up completely empty-handed trying to find B230 engine parts in
>> the local yards. Of course they have complete used engines they are
>> willing to sell me!

>


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Old 11-16-2005, 12:01   #10 (permalink)
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>
>
> Thanks...yea, now I understand. I looked closer at the inner bore of
> the sprocket, and there WAS a molded-in rectangular key on the inner
> bore of the sprocket that has broken off....there never was a separate
> key. Now...good luck ever finding a new crankshaft sprocket! I have
> come up completely empty-handed trying to find B230 engine parts in
> the local yards. Of course they have complete used engines they are
> willing to sell me!



I know someone who's parting out a B230, email me with your email
address and I'll put you in touch.
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