Volvo Door Return Spring Front Left (960 S90 V90) - Genuine Volvo 9126002

Fits These Cars:

1995 Volvo 960 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
1996 Volvo 960 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
1997 Volvo 960 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
1998 Volvo S90 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
1997 Volvo S90 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
1998 Volvo V90 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
1997 Volvo V90 Door Return Spring
Position: Front Left
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Volvo Door Return Spring Front Left (960 S90 V90) - Genuine Volvo 9126002

Brand:
Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo
SKU #:
VOL-9126002
Part:
Door Return Spring
OE Numbers:
9126002
FCP ID:
126299
$4.64 MSRP: $6.39
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5.0 based on 2 review(s)
By: Kevin Akers
Wed, Nov 2 at 3:09PM

Correct part and repair is complete.

By: Mark B.
Tue, Jul 5 at 1:19PM
It's Not That Hard To Do And Fixing Will Make You Feel Good

Fit exactly right since it's OEM. This spring wears out from use, almost always on the driver's door (there's apparently a different spring for right side doors). The trick that worked for me was removing the door panel (although I was able to leave the electrical connections and just put a box under the panel to support it. Be sure to remove the white clips on the very bottom of the panel, from underneath (3 on a 960; the front one is seriously recessed). Then I had access to push the door latch hinge pin from the bottom end and then pull it about halfway out with a pair of pliers. If you look at the door on the other side, you will see how to orient the spring. Note that the long end (the piece that broke off) is barely long enough to anchor on the fixed perimeter of the latch in a shallow channel molded for that purpose. I also found that in pushing the pin back down, it's difficult to align the bottom holes as the new spring pushes the door latch outwards a little. You do NOT want to force the pin and break the brittle plastic hinge! Instead use a guide from below, and use it from the beginning of when you start pushing the pin back into place, allowing the pin to push out the guide. A correctly sized nail should work if you don't have a straight punch of the right size. Now I'm going to fix it on one of my S90s.

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