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Delayed and/or erratic shifting can be caused by the transmission kick-down cable sticking. Since the oil pan has to be removed to replace the cable, have the shop replace the transmission filter at the same time
Delayed and/or erratic shifting can be caused by the transmission kick-down cable sticking. Since the oil pan has to be removed to replace the cable, have the shop replace the transmission filter at the same time
Delayed and/or erratic shifting can be caused by the transmission kick-down cable sticking. Since the oil pan has to be removed to replace the cable, have the shop replace the transmission filter at the same time

Engine oil leaks from the PCV housing are common.

Several software related issues have been reported and we recommend that when a software upgrade is performed you have all the software upgraded

Engine oil leaks from the PCV housing are common.
Engine oil leaks from the PCV housing are common.
Several software related issues have been reported and it is recommended that when a software upgrade is performed, all the software should be updated
Transmission issues related to shifting have been reported. Software upgrades available from Volvo often resolve these problems.
Oil leaks from the AWD bevel gear housing are common
Oil leaks from the AWD differential have been reported.

The battery B+ cable has problems with the terminal end necessitating replacement. Symptoms may include no start, cranks wont start, warning lights coming on and other odd electrical issues. The B+ cable end is located in the engine compartment fuse box near the drivers side shock tower.

The rear electrical module stops working (REM) This affects the fuel gauge and trunk opening switch
The upper engine mount (upper torque mount) wears out prematurely. There are aftermarket mounts available that don't wear out, but they tend to cause excessive engine vibration to be transmitted through the vehicle
The upper engine mount (upper torque mount) wears out prematurely. There are aftermarket mounts available that don't wear out, but they tend to cause excessive engine vibration to be transmitted through the vehicle.