Anything that needed to shrink was put in the deep freeze and anything that needed to expand was put in the oven at ~300deg. They have more engagement then the old ones. If you look at the thread we started on the analysis of the collar gear there is a diagram of the poor fit. Remove the two seals — replacements are in service kit — they only get in the way. This isn't a hard job and and will be pretty self explanitory when you get under there.
Find a large socket or something you can use as a drift and install the new seal. When the deformation and wear is sufficient, the weakened splines on the collar gear give way 6. You can see that it wouldn't take much wet to really start to damage the gear, especially after many fatigue loadings. I don't think an independent mechanic would be able to do the Angle Gear replacement unless he is really good and those are hard to find these days. There was some confusion about what seal to use around the outside of the trans to bevel gear power transfer collar.
In the analysis of the part the failure mode is this: 1. If the splines are not stripped, replace the angle gear. Fill the fluid at the fill plug hole until you have a small stream that runs out. The dealer tried to repair it 3 times, leaking after each try. These are the same parts that used to manufacture your vehicles on the assembly line.
I no longer have the bottle, but from a quick search online it looks like maybe it was Loctite 518?? It weights about 12kgs Not disappointed, this is what I expected to find - the collar gear splines that mate to angle gear input shaft were completely worn. Please advise if you have an idea. If it's listed I'll update. You will see a toothed ring on the angle, that is what you will be removing. It was thrown out of the rolling road. Lubing it before the grease turns into something resembling melted crayons will save it.
With vehicle up in the air, ensure the rear driveshaft is turning when in gear. Volvo actually makes a tool that fits in there to turn this ring. At the least a better fitting part would relieve much of this issue. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Q:Hi I have 2000 volvo xc70 with broken transfer case, I saw some cases on ebay that came out off 99 volvo xc70 could you please tell me if it will work in my 2000 xc70, it seems like it is impossible to find good used bevel gear for my 2000 xc70, thank you A: I wish I had a good news for you but it wont fit your xc70, I have personally checked and, I got 99 with late vin and tried to install it on 2000 xc70 which should be the same but it is not, it wont fit in there, the housing is different and wont fit in there, your only option is getting one that came out off 2000 xc70, I do have one right now with 65K miles only on it let me know, here is a link in case somebody uploads it you can find it by that link Tags: , ,. I used very little heat, just a disposeable blow torch, gave it a quick blast for a few minutes - this may not have even had any affect on the final result, who knows.
After much debate, they agreed that both of the front axles had too much play. Turning the 'crown ring' was very hard to accomplish. The diagnostic procedure that 'ihatespeedbumps' laid out there is great stuff, but it's probably a little beyond me, in both equipment and capability. The bevel gear is rated for 1,000nm as are the splines on the input shaft. Based on posts on this and other blogs, couldn't it be a failure of their repair ie--loss of fluid that caused the gear to go bad? I understand these are not supposed to be reused. The old one was in great shape and it doesn't seem like it's actually used for 'sealing' anything, it just provides a rubber cushion for the trans to bg collar 9495034 so it doesn't harshly bump up against the actual internal bevel gear main shaft oil seal 30735126 which does the actual sealing. However, they found a lot of metal shavings in the tranny.
You may even need to pry against them if they have never been off. You don't need to worry about damaging anything in the freezer, but you can melt the bearing cages and start to overheat the fine bearing surfaces if you get them too hot so don't go over 300deg. The angle gear units do not have gear parts available from Volvo as spare parts. Start from the awkward top bolt which is out of sight. On my car it had striped the splines off of the angle gear input as well. You can manually apply power and ground to it. We have discussed the matter directly with Haldex and nothing substantive changed over the Rs production.
Changed under guarantee and went because it was assmblemd without grease. They tried to prove this to me by putting the car up and spinning the front tires by hand. The Updated coupling has only been around for about the last 15 months According to Volvo. This would be the reason for the two paint marks. The Volvo logo is a Swedish symbol for iron attached to a grill. One of the gears is mounted to a spindle using a specialized adhesive and is pressed on.
Get ready to lie under the car for hours. Started afresh the next morning with a few weapons at my disposal: heat propane torch , hammer drill from tool hire shop and a determination to get this damm thing off. Fit a new one and grease the splines. Next make a different score on another tooth and paint it a different color. Angle gear is a bevel gear is a transfer case.
New one fitted with grease, the black treacly sort and have now done another 90K with not trouble. The entire angle drive is fine but Volvo will only sell the unit as a whole, although they will refurbish the one out of my car by replacing the center shaft and sell it to the next guy for the price of an entire unit. Line the two markings back up with the original marks on the angle gear you made after you have made the correct number of turns. This allowed us to strike the 'handle' and apply force to 4 crown bits at once. Thank you jimmy for your help.