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Breaking Complete 1991 240 SE estate 2.0l injection

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Old Dec 25th, 2018, 23:22   #1
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Default Breaking Complete 1991 240 SE estate 2.0l injection

Breaking a complete 1991 Volvo 240 SE Estate

has the B200 injection engine fitted and 5 speed manual box

overall it's in pretty good shape apart from the rear of the car from the rear arches back is rotten, including the tailgate and the exhaust. Car runs and drives fine.

Only things that I am keeping, have already gone or are broken-

dashboard
nearside rear light
front indicators
headlights
fuel pump
fuel pressure reg
armrest / centre console
door pockets
gear knob
bootlid trim panel damp and broken
complete front panel / slam panel
exhaust

rest off the car is there including an immaculate dark blue cloth interior. I don't mind selling panels off it including sections that would need cutting, if you need something it's worth an ask

most parts can be posted apart from the bonnet as I can't find a courier to touch them. Engine can be palleted for around 50 and even stripped doors can be posted individually. Paypal only if items are to be posted

If you prefer to collect parts that is no problem what so ever. cash on collection only though. Collection postcode is SA19 and I am not far fro Llandovery in South Wales / Brecon Beacons

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Old Dec 26th, 2018, 00:58   #2
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Merry Yule,
anyone know if the speedo sender cable from the diff is the same in this car as my 1993 940?
I'd like the cable from where it plugs into the diff to where it joins inside the (on my 940) left cubby under the load bay... if it's cheap
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Old Dec 27th, 2018, 00:05   #3
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Merry Yule,
anyone know if the speedo sender cable from the diff is the same in this car as my 1993 940?
I'd like the cable from where it plugs into the diff to where it joins inside the (on my 940) left cubby under the load bay... if it's cheap

Not sure if it's the same or not to be honest. if you can confirm with someone else the part is still here as not much has gone off the car yet
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Old Dec 27th, 2018, 00:50   #4
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Merry boxing day!
Just waiting for the resident knowledgebles to crawl out from their turkey/booze stupors and give up the info ...
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Old Dec 27th, 2018, 01:39   #5
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Hi
near side tail gate hinge please

if you PM me your info will pay you

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Just waiting for the resident knowledgebles to crawl out from their turkey/booze stupors and give up the info ...
I'll make sure it doesn't go anywhere in the meantime just in case
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near side tail gate hinge please

if you PM me your info will pay you

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just pm'd you
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Old Dec 27th, 2018, 22:00   #8
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I'm sorry to hear that you need to break the car.

I think it must be a B200F. LH 2.4. If so and if the engine is in true good going order, I'm interested in some LH 2.4 bits to be spares for my SE please.
  • Ignition amplifier preferably still attached to the heat sink.
  • Air mass meter, aka MAF.
  • Relay for the fuel pumps.
  • Crank position sensor with wires and machine screw. Perhaps I could patch any damaged wires?
  • Temperature sensor sender unit from below the inlet manifold.
  • Anything else I should be asking about as a spare?

I'm trying to remember. What is the other sensor unit that screws in to the block near to the temperature sensor sender unit?

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I'm sorry to hear that you need to break the car.

I think it must be a B200F. LH 2.4. If so and if the engine is in true good going order, I'm interested in some LH 2.4 bits to be spares for my SE please.
  • Ignition amplifier preferably still attached to the heat sink.
  • Air mass meter, aka MAF.
  • Relay for the fuel pumps.
  • Crank position sensor with wires and machine screw. Perhaps I could patch any damaged wires?
  • Temperature sensor sender unit from below the inlet manifold.
  • Anything else I should be asking about as a spare?

I'm trying to remember. What is the other sensor unit that screws in to the block near to the temperature sensor sender unit?

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it's not so bad, I bought the car knowing it had rust issues and planned on either repairing it if not too bad or worst case scenario, breaking for spares to get parts for my other 240 project and make my cash back... turns out the back end is too rotten to justify saving it.

Anyway I'm used to carb versions so I have no idea exactly what injection system it runs, is there an easy way to find out and identify it has the correct parts you are after? if it is then all those parts will be there as it's not been touched yet
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Old Dec 28th, 2018, 03:09   #10
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Thanks.

So far as I know, a 2.0 SE car will be a B200F engne and if it is a B200F it will be LH 2.4.

I'm sure, with perhaps advice from "the resident knowledgebles", we can work out which bit is which to remove from the car. I think I do know enough to work that out with you but expert help might be needed.

But. I have no idea how much to offer you.
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