timing belt replacement on 2002 Volvo V70

What is the costing to replace the timing belt at 105,000 miles and is there any other maintainence that should be done when do this.

1 answer
Beside the belt I strongly suggested the tensioner, idler pulley, water pump, front crank and cam seals - all the timing components.

Here is the complete list of the 105K service from Volvo:

105000 MI or 168000 KM
Adjust
Parking Brake System
Adjust as needed.
Check
Brake Pad
Inspect
Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
Check automatic transmission fluid level only if an external leak is identified.
Battery
Check charge and electrolyte level.
Brake Fluid
Constant Velocity Joint Boot
Coolant
Check / adjust.
Drive Axles, Bearings and Joints
Check Boots, Check Joints for Wear/Play
Drive/Propeller Shaft
Exhaust System
Check for Damage/Leaks
Lighting and Horns
Power Steering Fluid
Check/Adjust Fluid Level
Steering and Suspension
Check for wear.
Tires
Check pressure, wear and condition.
Washer Fluid
Check/Adjust Fluid Level
Lubricate
Doors, Hood and Trunk
Lubricate latches and hinges.
Replace
Cabin Air Filter
Recommended to replace more often in heavy traffic and or dirt / dusty areas.
Drive Belt
Engine Oil (E)
Fluid - A/T
Volvo recommends changing automatic transmission fluid every 52,500 miles / 84,000 kilometers, only on vehicles used for towing, or when a message displays in the Instrument Panel Text Window.
Fluid Filter - A/T
Volvo recommends changing automatic transmission fluid every 52,500 mile / 84,000 kilometers, only on vehicles used for towing, or when a message displays in the Instrument Panel Text Window.
Fuel Filter
Oil Filter, Engine (E)
Timing Belt
Timing Belt Tensioner
Reset
Service Reminder Indicators

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