Volvo XC90 Free Downloadable PDF Factory Service Manual / Repair Manual
Model Years: 2002 to 2014
In January 2001, Volvo debuted its Adventure Concept Car at the North American International Auto Sh... View More Info
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Volvo XC90 Workshop Service Manual : 2002 - 2014
Volvo workshop service manual for the Volvo XC90 built from 2002 to 2014. This manual details all repairs and maintenance details for the mechanical systems including driveline (engine, gearbox, transaxles), suspension systems, braking systems and steering components along with body, chassis and electrical systems including body panels, glass replacement, bumpers, interior components, lighting systems and electrical wiring including wiring diagrams. Diagnostic advice is also provided.
In January 2001, Volvo debuted its Adventure Concept Car at the North American International Auto Show, to gauge reaction to the styling and features of its upcoming SUV. In November 2001, Volvo released a teaser image showing the frontal styling of the production version, named the XC90. Notable as Volvo's first SUV model, the styling of the XC90 recalled the concept. In January 2002, the full XC90 unveiling occurred, at the North American International Auto Show. Production began in August 2002, after Volvo's traditional mid-year shutdown, with the first XC90s coming out of the Torslanda factory in Sweden.
At its North American launch for the 2003 model year, the XC90 was presented with a choice of two trim levels, the 2.5 T and the T6. The 2.5 T was the entry level version and offered a 2.5-litre B5254T2 "T5" turbocharged inline-five engine, producing 208 hp (155 kW) and 236 lb·ft (320 N·m) mated to an Aisin co-developed five-speed AW55-50/51 automatic. The T6 offered a 2.9-litre B6294T twin-turbocharged inline-six with 268 hp (200 kW) and 280 lb·ft (380 N·m) mated to a GM-sourced, Volvo-modified four-speed 4T65EV/GT automatic. While the 2.5T came standard with front-wheel drive, a Haldex Traction all-wheel drive (AWD) system was optional. The T6 was offered only with the AWD system.
A Yamaha V8 engine was added in 2005. This 4.4-litre Volvo B8444S engine produced 288 hp (215 kW) for the first few models later upgraded