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Old 07-05-2020, 12:37 PM   #1
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I recently bought a bunch of tools from a 50-year Volvo independent dealer-turned-mechanic.

Some have the (I assume older) part number that starts with SVO, whereas others have the (newer?) 999-prefixed part number.

Im not having a ton of success finding these tools based off the part number, some SVO tools I have found on Skandix but I can't find several 999 tools beyond what they are called.

For example, I can find out that Volvo calls tool # 9995069 an "Extractor", but I have no clue what engine it would be used on.

I bought tools from the following categories;

"Engines"

"Frame/Body/Brakes/Suspension"

"850/P80"


I also bought a ton of parts, kind of like that For Sale listing out in Delaware (but not as much). It has been super fun to go through!
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Old 07-05-2020, 12:59 PM   #2
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Just replace SVO with 999 when searching.

Volvo has a special tools website. Only tools that are still available are shown however.

https://volvocarstools.volvocars.biz/tools/search

I have some old tool catalogs. Let me know if you can't find a tool and I'll see if I can help.

9995069 is a seal puller used on many engines and transmissions.

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Standard: C2

Group: 21

Tool Board: 21

Spare Parts:

Associated Tools:

Models: 240 , 440 , 460 , 480 , 850 , 940 , 940 SE , 960 , C30 , C70 (06-) , C70 Conv (-05) , C70 Coupe (-02) , S40 (-04) , S40 (04-) , S60 (-09) , S60 (11-18) , S60 (19-) , S60 Cross Country , S60L , S70 , S80 (-06) , S80 (07-) , S80L , S90 (17-) , S90 (-98) , S90L , V40 (-04) , V40 (13-) , V40 Cross Country , V50 , V60 (-18) , V60 (19-) , V60 Cross Country (-18) , V60 Cross Country (19-) , V70 (-00) , V70 (00-08) , V70 (08-) , V70 XC (-00) , V70 XC (01-) / XC70 (-07) , V90 (17-) , V90 (-98) , V90 Cross Country , XC40 , XC60 (-17) , XC60 (18-) , XC70 (08-) , XC90 (03-) , XC90 (16-)

Engines: , B4184S11 , B4184S8 , B4204S3 , B4204S4 , B4204T11 , B4204T20 , B4204T21 , B4204T23 , B4204T26 , B4204T27 , B4204T29 , B4204T41 , B4204T43 , B4204T6 , B4204T7 , B4204T9 , B420T , B420T2 , B5202FS , B5204T3 , B5204T4 , B5204T5 , B5204T8 , B5204T9 , B5234FS , B5234T3 , B5234T7 , B5234T8 , B5244S , B5244S2 , B5244S4 , B5244S5 , B5244S7 , B5244T , B5244T2 , B5244T3 , B5244T4 , B5252FS , B5254S DENSO , B5254T , B5254T10 , B5254T11 , B5254T12 , B5254T14 , B5254T2 , B5254T3 , B5254T4 , B5254T5 , B5254T6 , B5254T7 , B5254T8 , B5254T9 , B6294T , B6304T2 , B6304T3 , B6304T4 , B6304T5 , B6324S , B6324S2 , B6324S4 , B6324S5 , B8444S , D4204T11 , D4204T14 , D4204T23 , D4204T4 , D4204T6 , D4204T7 , D420T2 , D420T8 , D5204T , D5204T2 , D5204T3 , D5204T4 , D5204T5 , D5204T6 , D5204T7 , D5244T , D5244T10 , D5244T11 , D5244T12 , D5244T14 , D5244T15 , D5244T16 , D5244T17 , D5244T18 , D5244T19 , D5244T2 , D5244T20 , D5244T21 , D5244T22 , D5244T23 , D5244T4 , D5244T5 , D5244T7 , D5244T8 , D5244T9 , D5252T MSA 15.7 , D5252T MSA 15.8 , D82PHEV , D87PHEV , D97PHEV

Power Transm.: , 4T65 AWD , AW30-40 , AW30-43 , AW42 AWD , AW50/51 AWD , AW50-42 , AW55-50/51SN , AW70 , AW71 , AW72 , AW8G45 AWD , AW8G55 AWD , M3P , M58 , M5D , M5P , M66 AWD , M90 , MMT6 , MPS6 , MT5(JB-3) , MT5(JC-5) , TF-80SC , TF-80SC AWD , TF-80SD , TF-80SD AWD , TG-81SC AWD , ZF22
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Old 07-05-2020, 01:33 PM   #3
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Thanks very much! That tools website helps a bunch!

I have decades of Volvo microfiche parts catalogs, but need to replace the bulb on the system before I can read any. I also couldn't find any fiches that have a "tools" label or anything similar.

I will do my best to identify what I can, and then come back and post a list of what I can't identify.

Thanks again!
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Old 07-05-2020, 02:03 PM   #4
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I also couldn't find any fiches that have a "tools" label or anything similar.
And I'm pretty sure you won't find a tool catalog on microfiche from Volvo.

What you might find is a microfiche that lists repair manuals, parts catalogs and tool catalogs.

AFAIK, Volvo stopped updating their tool catalogs back in the late 1970's or early 1980's and we have what I believe to be the last version of a tool catalog Volvo published.

I've asked several Volvo shop owners, some of whom worked for Volvo, and I even asked my local Volvo dealer parts and service departments and was told there was nothing available.

So if you wanted a special tool you either had to own/buy the repair manual or get the service department to supply the part number.

Our collection of tool catalogs covers Volvos back to the late 1950's, while the newest catalog we have covers up to early 240/260 Volvos.
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Old 07-05-2020, 04:03 PM   #5
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So after a couple hours working on this, I do indeed have a small list of parts that I need a little more info on, if anyone knows!

These were all in the "Engine" group of tools. Which appears to be entirely Redblock and earlier as I have seen some whiteblock tools in the "850" box that I haven't sorted yet.

SVO 2424 - Some kind of handheld press tool
9992818 - Handle/Shaft
9992819 - Some sort of knurled cylinder
SVO 2438 - Seal press ring?
SVO 2439 - Large seal press ring?
SVO 4865 - Seal Press?
9995012 - Pliers - Polyamide cable (5.8mm) install (for what?)
9995013 - Pliers - Polyamide cable (10mm) install (for what?)
9995024 - B230 Camshaft seal installer? Should be something B230
9995034 - "Counterhold" (for what?)
9995098 - Some sort of angle gauge, for what? I dont see how it would hold on a bolt.
9995268 - Small knurled handle/shaft


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Old 07-05-2020, 04:14 PM   #6
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I have a few tools here at hand.
9995025 is the latest cam and IMS seal installer.
9995026 valve shim pliers.
9995441 B21/23/230 rear main seal installer. (expensive) Had to buy from Baum tools.
9995283 B230 front crank seal installer.
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SVO 2424 - B18/B20/B30 lifter installation/removal
9992818 - Valve guide removal B20/B21/B27/B30
9992819 - Valve guide installation B20/B30
SVO 2438 - Centering sleeve front crank seal B18/B20
SVO 2439 - Centering sleeve rear crank seal B18/B20
9995012 - Pliers - Polyamide cable (5.8mm) install for K-jet injection hose
9995013 - Pliers - Polyamide cable (10mm) install for K-jet injection hose
9995024 - B21/B23 Crankshaft seal installer
9995034 - B21/B23 Cam pulley, intermediate shaft pulley, crankshaft hub counterhold
9995098 - Angle gauge for cylinder head bolts B27
9995268 - Guide sleeve installation Chrysler ignition

I couldn't find anything for SVO 4865 - Seal Press?

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Old 07-05-2020, 04:47 PM   #8
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SVO 2424 - B18/B20/B30 lifter installation/removal
9992818 - Valve guide removal B20/B21/B27/B30
9992819 - Valve guide installation B20/B30
SVO 2438 - Centering sleeve front seal B18/B20
SVO 2439 - Centering sleeve rear seal B18/B20
9995012 - Pliers - Polyamide cable (5.8mm) install for K-jet injection hose
9995013 - Pliers - Polyamide cable (10mm) install for K-jet injection hose
9995024 - B21/B23 Crankshaft seal installer
9995034 - B21/B23 Cam pulley, intermediate shaft pulley, crankshaft hub counterhold
9995098 - Angle gauge for cylinder head bolts B27
9995268 - Guide sleeve installation Chrysler ignition

I couldn't find anything for SVO 4865 - Seal Press?

Amazing!

4865 seemed like it could have been a home-made tool, and the number was only hand written. Not a big deal!

I will be going through those other 2 boxes over the next little while, I'll post in here if there is anything I can't ID, but I'm hoping I can ID most of it.

I also found this link which is a thread similar to this one that has some more obscure part numbers, I used this to find a few.

Thank you very much!!
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Old 07-17-2020, 11:10 AM   #9
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Recently acquired an old Baum catalog from a retiring Volvo mechanic and it actually lists a good deal of the parts used on the 240 series and maybe even later. I will try to get some scans or pictures of it and upload when I can. It actually also shows a nice little picture of the tool itself along with part number and short description.
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There's a great quality scan of the tool catalogue on 240.se
However it only covers tools for pre-240 models and is in Swedish only.
I'm sure a lot of tools were still used in the later models though.

http://www.240.se/litteratur/tp40002_2.pdf
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Baum was the only place I could get the rear main seal installer for redblocks.
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Does anyone remember the neat cages/carts the kept the tools?
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Does anyone remember the neat cages/carts the kept the tools?
Is that why they come with those little hanger things? I swear almost all of the tools I have came with this little metal hanger that looks like you could attach it to a shelf or wire rack to store/display.
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http://www.240.se/litteratur/tp40052.pdf
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That 240.se is a great resource for the older tools. I have some translating to do but I found some of the old stuff.

Still have a list of toold that I couldn't find any info on:]

https://imgur.com/a/msRTT0Q (album link, I already figured out a few so didn't include on the list below)


From the category "850/S80";

999 5215 -
999 5534 -
999 5744 -


and from the category "Brakes, Frame, Body, Suspension"

SVO 2305 -
999 5041 -
999 5086 -
999 5028 -
999 5032 -
999 5040 -
999 5211 -

I understand that some of those are just spring compressors but any additional info (which models applicable etc) would be awesome.

Thank you!
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When I bought volvo special tools many years ago. They used to come with the peg board hanger and a sticker to mark their location on the pegboard.
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9995086 is the drift for the torque rod bushings on a 240. Might be used for other cars too but I know that from my compilation of 200 series specialty tools.
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Sorry, I couldn't find anything for 999 5215.

999 5215 - ?
999 5534 - engine lifting fork
999 5744 - adapter ring used with counterhold 999 5652 to remove viscous coupler


SVO 2305 - fitting sleeve used with drift SVO 4028 to install rear bearing & seal M4 transmission
999 5041 - internal strut spring compressor used so 999 5040's can safely be removed
999 5086 - drift for installing torque rod bushing 240/260
999 5028 - drift for installing exhaust valve guide B21/B23/B230
999 5032 - nipple used with fuel pressure gauge 999 5011 K-Jet
999 5040 - external strut spring compressor (2 required)
999 5211 - trunk shock installation tool for spring type shock
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9995086 is the drift for the torque rod bushings on a 240. Might be used for other cars too but I know that from my compilation of 200 series specialty tools.
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Sorry, I couldn't find anything for 999 5215.

999 5215 - ?
999 5534 - engine lifting fork
999 5744 - adapter ring used with counterhold 999 5652 to remove viscous coupler


SVO 2305 - fitting sleeve used with drift SVO 4028 to install rear bearing & seal M4 transmission
999 5041 - internal strut spring compressor used so 999 5040's can safely be removed
999 5086 - drift for installing torque rod bushing 240/260
999 5028 - drift for installing exhaust valve guide B21/B23/B230
999 5032 - nipple used with fuel pressure gauge 999 5011 K-Jet
999 5040 - external strut spring compressor (2 required)
999 5211 - trunk shock installation tool for spring type shock
Thank you very much!
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Was there a different style? Maybe wire cages? I think they showed up in 1976 with the introduction of the new body.
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Those cabinets are awesome. Wish I could get my hands on one.
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Those cabinets are very cool. That's how you have $50k in volvo tools.
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Was there a different style? Maybe wire cages? I think they showed up in 1976 with the introduction of the new body.
The cages are made of wire mesh with metal peg board on the inside. The pictures are from a 1976 Special Tools catalog.
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Thanks for the memories update. The last time I saw them they were in a shipping container in the back lot of a dealership. This happened after them purge.
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