Volvo Trunk Strut (S70) - Stabilus 9485547
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Fits These Cars:

1999 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: AWD
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
1999 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: Base
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
1999 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: GLT
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
1999 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: T5
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
2000 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: AWD
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
2000 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: Base
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
2000 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: GLT
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
2000 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: GLT SE
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
2000 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: T5
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
1998 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: Base
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
1998 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: T5
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
1998 Volvo S70 Trunk Strut
Sub model: GLT
For Models With a Factory Spoiler
Product match fitment

Volvo Trunk Strut (S70) - Stabilus 9485547

Brand:
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SKU #:
STB-SG315015
Part:
Trunk Strut
OE Numbers:
9485547
FCP ID:
752
$24.99 MSRP: $30.99
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By: dos
Sat, Feb 20 at 3:27PM

You only need to have the wind blow the trunk lid down on your head once for it to dawn on you that, hey, maybe I need new trunk struts. OEM manufacturer and perfect fit and performance.

By: martin
Thu, Jul 23 at 10:25AM

Be very careful with trunk lid lifts. Those from Autozone, Pep boys, and O'Reilly are generic and do not fit. These parts do. To remove the old lifts, start in the trunk. Block the trunk open with a broom. Remove the clips from the trunk end of the lifts using a small flathead screwdriver. Move to the back seat. Fold down the rear seats. Remove the side bolsters by pulling the top first. these are held in by clips and require a firm tug. (You can't break the clips because they are made of spring steel.) Feel for the ends of trunk lifts below the parcel shelf. The trunk ends are held in place with a compression hook. The OEM hooks are plastic and after years of cooking in the trunk will be very brittle and inelastic. To remove them, it will take substantial force. In my case, I used a short flathead screwdriver and a flat pry bar. Keep any pointy ends away facing downward to avoid facial injury! The lift hooks into a horizontal bar.mApply upward force to hook closer to the rear of the car. If you, use the notch on the lift, the force required will bend the old lift. Do not apply force on the hook on the front side of the car, this will break it and the pry bar may hurt you! The new lifts will hook in easily.

By: martin
Thu, Jul 23 at 10:25AM

Be very careful with trunk lid lifts. Those from Autozone, Pep boys, and O'Reilly are generic and do not fit. These parts do. To remove the old lifts, start in the trunk. Block the trunk open with a broom. Remove the clips from the trunk end of the lifts using a small flathead screwdriver. Move to the back seat. Fold down the rear seats. Remove the side bolsters by pulling the top first. these are held in by clips and require a firm tug. (You can't break the clips because they are made of spring steel.) Feel for the ends of trunk lifts below the parcel shelf. The trunk ends are held in place with a compression hook. The OEM hooks are plastic and after years of cooking in the trunk will be very brittle and inelastic. To remove them, it will take substantial force. In my case, I used a short flathead screwdriver and a flat pry bar. Keep any pointy ends away facing downward to avoid facial injury! The lift hooks into a horizontal bar.mApply upward force to hook closer to the rear of the car. If you, use the notch on the lift, the force required will bend the old lift. Do not apply force on the hook on the front side of the car, this will break it and the pry bar may hurt you! The new lifts will hook in easily.

By: martin
Thu, Jul 23 at 10:25AM

Be very careful with trunk lid lifts. Those from Autozone, Pep boys, and O'Reilly are generic and do not fit. These parts do. To remove the old lifts, start in the trunk. Block the trunk open with a broom. Remove the clips from the trunk end of the lifts using a small flathead screwdriver. Move to the back seat. Fold down the rear seats. Remove the side bolsters by pulling the top first. these are held in by clips and require a firm tug. (You can't break the clips because they are made of spring steel.) Feel for the ends of trunk lifts below the parcel shelf. The trunk ends are held in place with a compression hook. The OEM hooks are plastic and after years of cooking in the trunk will be very brittle and inelastic. To remove them, it will take substantial force. In my case, I used a short flathead screwdriver and a flat pry bar. Keep any pointy ends away facing downward to avoid facial injury! The lift hooks into a horizontal bar.mApply upward force to hook closer to the rear of the car. If you, use the notch on the lift, the force required will bend the old lift. Do not apply force on the hook on the front side of the car, this will break it and the pry bar may hurt you! The new lifts will hook in easily.

By: martin
Thu, Jul 23 at 10:25AM

Be very careful with trunk lid lifts. Those from Autozone, Pep boys, and O'Reilly are generic and do not fit. These parts do. To remove the old lifts, start in the trunk. Block the trunk open with a broom. Remove the clips from the trunk end of the lifts using a small flathead screwdriver. Move to the back seat. Fold down the rear seats. Remove the side bolsters by pulling the top first. these are held in by clips and require a firm tug. (You can't break the clips because they are made of spring steel.) Feel for the ends of trunk lifts below the parcel shelf. The trunk ends are held in place with a compression hook. The OEM hooks are plastic and after years of cooking in the trunk will be very brittle and inelastic. To remove them, it will take substantial force. In my case, I used a short flathead screwdriver and a flat pry bar. Keep any pointy ends away facing downward to avoid facial injury! The lift hooks into a horizontal bar.mApply upward force to hook closer to the rear of the car. If you, use the notch on the lift, the force required will bend the old lift. Do not apply force on the hook on the front side of the car, this will break it and the pry bar may hurt you! The new lifts will hook in easily.

By: martin
Thu, Jul 23 at 10:25AM

Be very careful with trunk lid lifts. Those from Autozone, Pep boys, and O'Reilly are generic and do not fit. These parts do. To remove the old lifts, start in the trunk. Block the trunk open with a broom. Remove the clips from the trunk end of the lifts using a small flathead screwdriver. Move to the back seat. Fold down the rear seats. Remove the side bolsters by pulling the top first. these are held in by clips and require a firm tug. (You can't break the clips because they are made of spring steel.) Feel for the ends of trunk lifts below the parcel shelf. The trunk ends are held in place with a compression hook. The OEM hooks are plastic and after years of cooking in the trunk will be very brittle and inelastic. To remove them, it will take substantial force. In my case, I used a short flathead screwdriver and a flat pry bar. Keep any pointy ends away facing downward to avoid facial injury! The lift hooks into a horizontal bar.mApply upward force to hook closer to the rear of the car. If you, use the notch on the lift, the force required will bend the old lift. Do not apply force on the hook on the front side of the car, this will break it and the pry bar may hurt you! The new lifts will hook in easily.

By: Jason
Thu, Jul 9 at 9:50PM
S70, V70, Xc90

Worked great fit easily

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