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Volvo P2 S60 Timing Belt Replacement DIY (S60, C70, V40, V70, S40, S70, S80, XC70, XC90)



►Jay VanGorden, a Volvo Master Tech, is here to walk you through a full timing belt, serpentine belt, roller and tensioner replacement. The vehicle used in this video is a 2003 Volvo S60, but see the link in the description below for the full application data.

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This job is applicable to:

Volvo C70
1999 Volvo C70 Base 2.3L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo C70 Base 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
2000 Volvo C70 Base 2.3L L5
2000 Volvo C70 Base 2.4L L5
2001 Volvo C70 Base 2.3L L5
2001 Volvo C70 Base 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo C70 Base 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo C70 Base 2.3L L5
2003 Volvo C70 Base 2.4L L5
2003 Volvo C70 Base 2.3L L5
2004 Volvo C70 Base 2.3L L5
2004 Volvo C70 Base 2.4L L5

Volvo S40
2000 Volvo S40 Base 1.9L L4
2001 Volvo S40 Base 1.9L L4
2002 Volvo S40 Base 1.9L L4
2003 Volvo S40 Base 1.9L L4
2004 Volvo S40 Base 1.9L L4
2004 Volvo S40 LSE 1.9L L4

Volvo S60
2001 Volvo S60 2.4T 2.4L L5
2001 Volvo S60 Base 2.4L L5
2001 Volvo S60 T5 2.3L L5
2002 Volvo S60 2.4T 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo S60 AWD 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo S60 Base 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo S60 T5 2.3L L5
2003 Volvo S60 2.4T 2.4L L5
2003 Volvo S60 AWD 2.5L L5
2003 Volvo S60 Base 2.4L L5
2003 Volvo S60 T5 2.3L L5
2004 Volvo S60 R 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo S60 T5 2.3L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo S60 2.4 2.4L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo S60 2.5T 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo S60 2.5T AWD 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688

Volvo S70
1999 Volvo S70 AWD 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo S70 Base 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo S70 GLT 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo S70 T5 2.3L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
2000 Volvo S70 AWD 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo S70 Base 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo S70 GLT 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo S70 GLT SE 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo S70 T5 2.3L L5

Volvo V40
2000 Volvo V40 Base 1.9L L4
2001 Volvo V40 Base 1.9L L4
2002 Volvo V40 Base 1.9L L4
2003 Volvo V40 Base 1.9L L4
2004 Volvo V40 Base 1.9L L4
2004 Volvo V40 LSE 1.9L L4

Volvo V70
2001 Volvo V70 2.4T 2.4L L5
2001 Volvo V70 Base 2.4L L5
2001 Volvo V70 T5 2.3L L5
2001 Volvo V70 X/C 2.4L L5
2003 Volvo V70 2.4T 2.4L L5
2003 Volvo V70 AWD 2.5L L5
2003 Volvo V70 Base 2.4L L5
2003 Volvo V70 T5 2.3L L5
1999 Volvo V70 AWD 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo V70 GLT 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo V70 R AWD 2.3L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo V70 T5 2.3L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo V70 X/C AWD 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
1999 Volvo V70 Base 2.4L L5 *Only fits models after engine serial number 1266128
2002 Volvo V70 AWD 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo V70 Base 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo V70 T5 2.3L L5
2002 Volvo V70 X/C 2.4L L5
2002 Volvo V70 2.4T 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo V70 Base 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo V70 GLT 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo V70 GLT SE 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo V70 R AWD 2.3L L5
2000 Volvo V70 X/C AWD 2.4L L5
2000 Volvo V70 X/C AWD SE 2.4L L5
2004 Volvo V70 2.4 2.4L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo V70 R 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo V70 T5 2.3L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo V70 2.5T 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo V70 2.5T AWD 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688

Volvo XC70
2003 Volvo XC70 X/C 2.5L L5
2004 Volvo XC70 Base 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688

Volvo XC90
2003 Volvo XC90 Base 2.5L L5
2004 Volvo XC90 2.5T 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688

Volvo S80
2004 Volvo S80 2.5T 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688
2004 Volvo S80 2.5T AWD 2.5L L5 *Thru Engine Serial Number 3188688

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34 thoughts on “Volvo P2 S60 Timing Belt Replacement DIY (S60, C70, V40, V70, S40, S70, S80, XC70, XC90)

  1. I had a broken intake valve spring on my 2002 V70XC that necessitated a tear down to remove the head to replace the spring and bent valve. I watched various videos, including the many excellent FCPEuro vids like this one to build my confidence. I had the cam cover off, the cam shafts off using the cam shaft locking tool, and the head off, and used that opportunity to replace the deteriorated EVAP emission hoses, the PCV hoses and clogged oil trap, the old starter motor, etc. Once it was all back together, it was time to time the crank and cams and to replace the timing belt, tensioner, idler, and H2O pump. The most important part of getting the timing right is to use the Volvo cam locking tool and the marks on the cam pulleys to align them with the index marks on the timing belt cover, and the marks on the crank shaft cog with the index mark on the block. Start with the belt off, and turn the crank cog and line up the two marks with the index mark on the block, and use the cam locking tool to get your cam shafts lined up, and then align the marks on the intake hub and the VVT exhaust hub with the index notches on the timing belt top cover. It is really a super easy job and difficult to mess up. Once you spin the crank shaft two or three times and the timing marks on the cam pulleys continue to line up and there is no valve on piston contact, you know you've done it right. It was great to run the engine for 10 minutes without throwing any error codes or finding any oil or coolant leaks! Hooray for the Shade Tree Do It Yourself Mechanics!

  2. no videos like videos made by people who know their stuff. And that applies to any subject. No just car repair. Pleasure and HUGE benefit to watch. If only all car repair videos were made like this…I would never go to a shop except with something where the engine would have to be lifted out of the car.

  3. It's wishful thinking that the harmonic balancer (lower pulley) will come off that easily with a squirt of penetrating oil. On my 98 V70 and 99 S70 there's no need to remove the pulley. There's a guard behind the pulley held on by two 10mm bolts. If you remove that guard, the timing belt can be installed without removing the harmonic balancer. And don't try to lever the pulley off because you may damage or destroy the rubber that holds the two sections of the pulley together.

  4. so realized you need to strip engine down have thousands of pounds of special tools I'll only ever use once be cheaper to scrap the car after you finally get a garage to give a rip off quote .

  5. HELP🚨Can anyone please answer my question. So my mechanic has had my 2007 s80 for 3 weeks now. It was a water pump so I bought the timing belt kit that’s comes with the water pump and all that good stuff. Well my truck broke down and now we are Ubering and Lyfting. Going for new used truck hunting tomorrow. Mechanic said this Monday which is tomorrow would be ready. Yea tired at I told him,,, well texted after he didn’t answer my car. Told him that please if he can have it ready Monday as now my truck broke down and we have nothing as far as transportation. I’m now stressing and worrying he can’t put the timing belt on and he’s really good. Never met me down but maybe this project was a bit challenging for him. This is want he dies. He is really great at what he do.
    I Praise him because he’s fixed my car when others couldn’t fixed my cars what ever it needed to be done. So my question is. If he can’t put the timing belt on. Is it possible Volvo can take over the project. My question is, can it be replaced by another mechanic even though the timing belt is off and perhaps off timing? This time I will take it to Volvo for sure.

  6. Has anyone had an issue with the plastic timing cover being warped and not sealing correctly? I am in the process of replacing the alternator on my 2009 s60 and there is a gap in the front side of the cover behind the power steering pump and alternator. I took the cover off and reinstalled to no avail, it’s almost like it is warped. I’m wondering if I should just replace the cover? And thanks for all the great vids, they are a lifesaver:)

  7. Thanks for the great video – best I have found on this topic! I have a 2006 xc70, and I`ve changed the components successfully – but I have 1 issue. The timing belt seems to shift towards the engine block against the water pump pulley. Any ideas on what could be causing this issue?

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