Volvo Torque Rod Bushing Front (850 S70 V70 C70) - Genuine Volvo 9434263
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A common failure item on higher mileage Volvo's

Your Volvo's torque rod mount stabilizes the movement of the engine. Due to constant strain and heat from the engine this bushing can easily fail. Failed torque rod bushings will cause sounds to occur in the engine bay while your Volvo's is accelerating. In addition, a seriously failed torque rod mount can even cause the engine to hit the firewall.

Fits These Cars:

1994 Volvo 850 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1995 Volvo 850 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1996 Volvo 850 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1997 Volvo 850 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1993 Volvo 850 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1998 Volvo C70 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1998 Volvo S70 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
1998 Volvo V70 Engine Torque Rod Bushing
Position: Front
For vertical torque rod/engine mount (Engine Side)
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Volvo Torque Rod Bushing Front (850 S70 V70 C70) - Genuine Volvo 9434263

Brand:
Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo
SKU #:
VOL-9434263
Part:
Engine Torque Rod Bushing
OE Numbers:
9434263,9434288, 9434288
FCP ID:
33063
$23.99 MSRP: $29.99
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Customer Reviews

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By: Roman Wowk
Mon, May 30 at 6:06PM

Use this OEM mount if you want that smooth volvo feel as you accelerate, but make sure to use a proper press (I made one with wood pieces) to apply enough force to push this thing in as it must be tight to ensure consistent placement over time. Use the poly mount if you want noise and vibration. This rubber mount will deteriorate faster than the poly mount and need replacement sooner, but the price is reasonable and the smooth ride worth it!

By: Canoe 850R
Tue, May 10 at 8:49PM
Stick With Oem

Kept in freezer overnight before installing, couldn't get it into the mount when using homemade press until i started tapping with a hammer around area I wanted to go into mount. Combination of press plus hammer tapping was enough to coerce bushing to go in. Everything fine after that.

By: Mark B.
Thu, Jul 23 at 8:17AM
If Going With One Piece, Best To Buy Oem

There is a lot on the internet about the difficulty of replacing this bushing, as it needs to be pressed into place (and that's best done on the car with the engine block securing the bracket). If you aren't up to assembling a press, consider an aftermarket two-piece poly unit. I went with the original one-piece, and buying OEM eliminated any worries that fitment difficulties were caused by it being slightly off. BTW the bushing is made in Slovak Republic and was identical to the original in every way. I assembled a press using a 7/16" carriage bolt and a couple of 2.5 lb free weights, plus 1/4" thick bars on the outside for the carriage bolt holes. Depending on the thickness of the weights and using washers as spacers, you will need a 5" or 6" carriage bolt (or both) as only about 1.5" of it is threaded. If I could have found a piece of all-thread that fit tightly in the bushing, I would have used that instead. Some have suggested hammering it into place but I'm dubious -- I tried to tap it the final 1/10" to center it axially (after pressing it flush) but it didn't budge and I wasn't going to risk damaging it. With the right rig and attention to starting alignment, it was straight-forward. It's also essential to match the orientation of the original bushing, with its larger bump stop toward the front of the car.

By: Andrew
Mon, Mar 2 at 3:16PM
Good Fit For 1997 850 T 5 Wagon

Replaced this after noticing increase vibration in cabin of car and then seeing that the bushing was serparated completely around the outside. It fit well in my 1997 850 T-5 Wagon. It was a little frustrating to install because it is a press fit. Using a procedure I fould on http://www.matthewsvolvosite.com I was able to get in.

By: Justin
Sun, Oct 19 at 10:27AM

Top Drawer. Need to make a small press to fit it.

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