Volvo 850 1996 Misc Document Scheduled Services PDF

SCHEDULED SERVICES - TURBO
1995 Volvo 850
1994-96 MAINTENANCE
Volvo Maintenance & Service Intervals - Turbo
1994-96 850 Turbo Sedan
1995-96 850 T-5R Turbo Sedan
1994-96 850 Turbo Sportswagon
1995-96 850 T-5R Turbo Sportswagon
* PLEASE READ THIS FIRST *
NOTE: All SERVICE SCHEDULES are listed for normal service
vehicles. If vehicle is operated under severe service
conditions, see SEVERE SERVICE REQUIREMENTS (PERFORM
W/SERVICE SCHEDULES) for items requiring additional
maintenance.
NOTE: This article contains scheduled maintenance service
information. Fluid types and capacities listed with each
service in this article are only those necessary to perform
that scheduled service. For specifications pertaining to
fluid capacities for the entire vehicle, fuse and circuit
breaker identification, wheel and tire size, battery type,
warranty information, or model identification refer to the
MAINTENANCE INFORMATION article in this section.
CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (AIR BAG)
NOTE: See the AIR BAGS article in the ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Section.
Modifications or improper maintenance, including incorrect
removal and installation of the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS),
can adversely affect system performance. DO NOT cover, obstruct or
change the steering wheel horn pad in any way, as such action could
cause improper function of the system. Use only plain water when
cleaning the horn pad. Solvents or cleaners could adversely affect the
air bag cover and cause improper deployment of the system.
WARNING: To avoid injury from accidental air bag deployment, read and
carefully follow all warnings and service precautions. See
appropriate AIR BAGS article in ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION: Disconnect negative battery cable before servicing any air
bag system, steering column or passenger side dash
component. After any repair, turn ignition key to the ON
position from passenger’s side of vehicle in case of
accidental air bag inflation
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) AIR BAR WARNING
NOTE: For information on air bag DIAGNOSIS & TESTING or DISPOSAL
PROCEDURES, see AIR BAGS article in the ACCESSORIES/SAFETY
EQUIPMENT Section.
System circuit is grounded by 2 screws beneath the driver’s
seat. DO NOT use these screws to ground any other accessory. DO NOT

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SCHEDULED SERVICES - TURBO 1995 Volvo 850 1994-96 MAINTENANCE Volvo Maintenance Service Intervals - Turbo 1994-96 850 Turbo Sedan 1995-96 850 T-5R Turbo Sedan 1994-96 850 Turbo Sportswagon 1995-96 850 T-5R Turbo Sportswagon * PLEASE READ THIS FIRST *NOTE: All SERVICE SCHEDULES are listed for normal service vehicles. If vehicle is operated under severe service conditions, see SEVERE SERVICE REQUIREMENTS (PERFORM W/SERVICE SCHEDULES) for items requiring additional maintenance.NOTE: This article contains scheduled maintenance service information. Fluid types and capacities listed with each service in this article are only those necessary to perform that scheduled service. For specifications pertaining to fluid capacities for the entire vehicle, fuse and circuit breaker identification, wheel and tire size, battery type, warranty information, or model identification refer to the MAINTENANCE INFORMATION article in this section. CAUTIONS WARNINGS SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (AIR BAG)NOTE: See the AIR BAGS article in the ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT Section. Modifications or improper maintenance, including incorrectremoval and installation of the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS),can adversely affect system performance. DO NOT cover, obstruct orchange the steering wheel horn pad in any way, as such action couldcause improper function of the system. Use only plain water whencleaning the horn pad. Solvents or cleaners could adversely affect theair bag cover and cause improper deployment of the system.WARNING: To avoid injury from accidental air bag deployment, read and carefully follow all warnings and service precautions. See appropriate AIR BAGS article in ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT.CAUTION: Disconnect negative battery cable before servicing any air bag system, steering column or passenger side dash component. After any repair, turn ignition key to the ON position from passengers side of vehicle in case of accidental air bag inflation SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) AIR BAR WARNINGNOTE: For information on air bag DIAGNOSIS TESTING or DISPOSAL PROCEDURES, see AIR BAGS article in the ACCESSORIES/SAFETY EQUIPMENT Section. System circuit is grounded by 2 screws beneath the driversseat. DO NOT use these screws to ground any other accessory. DO NOT