Volvo Electric Fuel Pump (XC70 V70 S60) - Pro Parts Sweden 30761747
  • Volvo Electric Fuel Pump (XC70 V70 S60) - Pro Parts Sweden 30761747

Often a faulty fuel pump means the car will crank, but not start. If you turn your ignition to the second position (before cranking), often you can hear the fuel pump running, thus if you cannot hear it, it is possible you need a new fuel pump or fuel pump relay.

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Fits These Cars:

2007 Volvo S60 Electric Fuel Pump
Engine base: 2.4L L5, Sub model: T5
w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
2007 Volvo S60 Electric Fuel Pump
Engine designation: B5254T2
w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
2008 Volvo S60 Electric Fuel Pump

w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
2009 Volvo S60 Electric Fuel Pump

w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
2007 Volvo V70 Electric Fuel Pump
Engine designation: B5254T2
w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
2007 Volvo V70 Electric Fuel Pump
Engine base: 2.4L L5, Sub model: 2.4
w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
2007 Volvo XC70 Electric Fuel Pump

w/ Plastic Fuel Tank
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Volvo Electric Fuel Pump (XC70 V70 S60) - Pro Parts Sweden 30761747

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SKU #:
PPS-23431747
Part:
Electric Fuel Pump
OE Numbers:
30761747
FCP ID:
421320
$125.99 MSRP: $151.99
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4.5 based on 2 review(s)
By: Bryce
Mon, Jan 23 at 7:33PM
Direct Replacement For My 2008 Volvo S60

This pump seems identical to the OEM pump. It was an easy job but required a lot of fiddling around to do it. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND BUYING THE CORRECT FUEL TANK RING WRENCH (the ring is made of volvo brittle plastic and the hammer and screwdriver method absolutely did not work for my application). Here's how I did it: Remove the rear seats and backrests, pull back the carpet, the driver side round hatch contains the fuel level unit, the passenger side hatch contains the actual fuel pump. The fuel pump "pick-up nozzle" is in-line and connects over with the fuel level unit. You need to pull up the fuel level unit on the driver side, disconnect the pick-up nozzle and power connector, then attach a "fish line" to that part with the white pick-up nozzle. Go back to the passenger side and pull out the fuel pump, which also will bring your "fish line" with it. With the new fuel pump assembly in hand you attach your fish line to the new white pick-up nozzle and pull it through to the driver side, connect it back up with the fuel level unit as well as the little power connector. Once it's connected like originally then the fuel level unit and fuel pump can be re-installed and seats put back in in reverse of disassembly. Expect there to be some fuel pressure in the lines before disconnecting the old fuel pump (try to bleed pressure from fuel rail under the hood or down at fuel filter). Also expect some fuel spillage in your back seat during the removal of the old pump, so use lots of towels and do this in a well-ventilated area.

By: Po
Tue, Aug 2 at 11:48PM

Mine original one failed at 200K. It's been 20K since I put this in, still works fine. We'll see when time tells.

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