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Old 04-19-2015, 02:06 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by V8wagon View Post
BTW - that doesn't actually answer my question either. Did a 1992 Volvo 740 MT have one?
Last U.S.A. year for 740T stick shift is 1991, but to answer your question: no.

Not on any Volvo model up to (and including) 1998. Not sure beyond that in the complete ford ownership days and beyond.

I like not having it, but to each their own. I think it's annoying. I check if it's in neutral or push the clutch, I'm not a complete idiot, tho I used to drive so many in a given day that I pushed the brake and cranked a stick one and it went "clunk" forward a bit..."oh, derp, stick, riight." Happened once or twice, nothing really came of it. I suppose there's darwin award potential there though.

I liked the way it was in my 4runner (or Landcruiser and Nissan Patrol) where you could just cancel it by pushing the dash switch and reach in and start it or start it from the engine bay too.
How PSI a stock can support?
Originally Posted by JohnMc View Post
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