1999 Volvo S70 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1999 Volvo S70
- How much does it cost to replace the turbo charge in my 1999 S70 AWD VOLVO
- Dipstick pushes out of dipstick tube about an inch and oil spits out of the tube
- What is the cost to replace dash panel for temperature control inside my car?
- What causes the temperature control setting knob to freeze in position.
- Need a diagram of belts on volvo
1999 Volvo S70 Problems
The anti-lock brake system (ABS) Control Unit has a high failure rate. When this fault occurs, the ABS light will illuminate and codes may be stored indicating a problem with the ABS Pump Motor, or Wheel Speed Sensors, but the problem is the ABS Control Module.
Other symptoms may include an illuminated Check Engine and transmission shift light. and the speedometer may stop working as well.
Note: The brake system will operate normally however during a panic stop the Anti Lock Brakes will not work and the wheels may lock-up, causing a lack of vehicle control under these situations.
One or more door lock assembly may fail and cause door locking/unlocking problems.
The master window switch may fail, allowing the windows to move in one direction and not the other.
1999 Volvo S70 Questions
Passenger side temp control knob froze in position.
Temperature control knob suddenly froze in position mid level preventing heat setting. No heat from drivers side vents. In extreme cold windows fog.
I want to buy a car but the person said the water pump failed which cause a head gasket leak. The water pump was replaced and he added sealer to the coolent. Said the head gasket would need to be replaced soon. How much will it $cost to fix the problem?, Or get a new one?. If so can I do it mysel...
1999 Volvo S70 Recalls
1999 Volvo S70 Reviews
Great running car at 256550 miles I still get 28mpg I've got my moneys worth. timing belt went last week with no warning so depending on repairs we will see if I will keep it. air conditioner needs to be replaced
Bought the 1999 Volvo S70 with 22k miles in 2006. Running great but needed new timing belt because of age. No problem. Love this car however it seems AC may be failing.
We have spend thousands of dollars on the 1999 volvo s70 turbo oxegyn sensors. We would like to disconnect them and on t dealwith them again. Is this possible? Each time it costs us $400.00 for the front and $400.00 for thw back. Any ideas what to do?