Volvo PCV Breather System Kit (850 C70 S70 V70 Turbo) - 850T200

FCP Euro is known for its large selection of Volvo parts. This Volvo pcv breather system kit is ideal for a range of Volvo models from 1995 to 1998. This particular Volvo kit includes a new oil trap, all of the breather hoses, an intake gasket and all of the necessary hose clamps.

If you notice that your Volvo 850 or other model listed below does not operate with the same level of power it once had, or if your exhaust is emanating an unusual odor, this may be related to your Volvo breather system. Common reasons for a faulty PCV system could be broken gaskets, or if your car leaves oil spots after it's parked. In addition to that, it is important to have your Volvo equipped with an efficient breather system for emissions purposes. FCP Euro offers this Volvo breather system kit at an affordable price without having to sacrifice the quality that you and your Volvo deserve. It's recommended to replace flame trap system components at around the 100k mile mark depending on the quality of oil used and oil change intervals. Its important to service the breather system on your Volvo and replace parts when needed. Restricted breather flow results in excessive crank case pressure which can result in seal failure and possible engine damage if there's a dramatic drop in oil pressure. This kit will replace plastic tubing and fittings that become brittle with age, the tubing can also become restricted due to built up oil deposits and sludge within the hoses.

Fits the following models:

1995 Volvo 850 Turbo Models (only AFTER engine serial number 330414) 1996-1997 Volvo 850 Turbo Models 1998 Volvo C70 Models 1998 Volvo S70 Turbo Models *1998 Volvo V70 Turbo Models

The PCV Oil trap that we are supplying is a Genuine Volvo piece.

The engine serial number is located on your timing cover.

How to Replace your Volvo PCV (Video)

We're here with Ben McNally to show you how to replace the PCV system on a 1996 Volvo 850 Turbo. Don't hesitate to give us a call if you have any questions 1-877-634-0063

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This Kit Includes:

Part SKU Brand MSRP
1x PCV Valve Oil Trap 1271988OE Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $36.54
1x Crankcase Vent Hose 1271653 Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $11.36
2x Hose Clamp 976584 Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $3.22
2x Hose Clamp 977964 Oem supplier logoOEM Supplier $4.01
4x Hose Clamp 976561 Oem supplier logoOEM Supplier $2.47
1x Hose Clamp 1389647 Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $2.41
1x Engine Intake Manifold Gasket 9146266 Reinz logoReinz $16.86
1x Crankcase Vent Hose 8653339 Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $8.12
1x Crankcase Vent Hose 1271654 Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $26.80
1x Crankcase Vent Hose 9471644 Genuine volvo logoGenuine Volvo $48.57
MSRP (bought separately): $175.00
Our kit price: $146.23
You save: $28.77

Fits These Cars:

1995 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: T-5R
Only fits models after engine serial number 330414
1995 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: Turbo
Only fits models after engine serial number 330414
1996 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: R
1996 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: Turbo
1997 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: GLT
1997 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: R
1997 Volvo 850 Breather System Kit
Sub model: T-5
1998 Volvo C70 Breather System Kit
1998 Volvo S70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: T5
1998 Volvo S70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: GLT
1998 Volvo V70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: AWD
1998 Volvo V70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: GLT
1998 Volvo V70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: R
1998 Volvo V70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: X/C AWD
1998 Volvo V70 Breather System Kit
Sub model: T5
Product match fitment

Volvo PCV Breather System Kit (850 C70 S70 V70 Turbo) - 850T200

Brand:
Level 3 kit see description logoLevel 3 Kit - See Description
SKU #:
850T200
Part:
Breather System Kit
OE Numbers:
1271988, 1271653, 976584, 8653339, 977964, 9471644, 976561, 1389647, 1271654, 9146266, 15792
CS ID:
15792
$146.23 MSRP: $399.00
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Customer Reviews

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4.6 based on 10 review(s)
By: Chris
Mon, Jan 20 at 3:42AM
Ptc Nipple Weirdness

I had the exact opposite problem as Colin (below) as I found the elbow for the PTC nipple to be too SMALL. Struggled for hours trying to get a one size too small elbow onto a nipple, that I'm sure in time will tear due to the stretching.

By: Gabriel
Wed, Jan 1 at 8:22PM
Enthusiast

When I did the PCV on my 850R, this kit was perfect. Mostly OEM parts, no more oil blow by and no more oil on my engine!

By: Dean Breitbach
Thu, Dec 12 at 11:47AM

Part came quickly, everything fit a worked properly. Very happy with the service.

By: Colin Futureboycolin
Thu, Oct 10 at 3:01PM
Some Gripes:

Everything is included in this kit, and the job isn't easy, but that is not my complaint. I understand that oetiker clamps are OEM, but they just plain suck to install. The major complaint I have with this kit is that the vacuum tube elbow that is supposed to attach to the PTC nipple is just TOO BIG. None of the included clamps were tight enough to make it stay on the nipple, and because of the tight bend required to seat the elbow, it just kept popping off. I ended up having to rig together a new larger nipple from a vacuum hose connector and some old, larger diameter vacuum hose. This was seriously frustrating, as once everything is reassembled, it's a little difficult to reach down by the PCV to work on the connection. It would also be nice if this kit included the dipstick lower o-ring. I would have a variety of sizes of worm clamps on hand, and extra vacuum hose available.

By: John Wart, jr
Wed, Jun 5 at 12:03AM
Rite Of Passage For Volvo 850 / 70 Series Owners

I just finished installing this kit on my 97 855R. All in all, using Ben's video on Youtube, this was a pretty straightforward job. I had 2 reasons for taking on this job. 1) I'm losing oil out the dipstick tube and around the oil filler neck 2) I am getting a code P0172 Bank 1 System Too Rich. Upon googling the P0172, I found a common fault of this code was the vacuum hose that plugs into the passenger side of the intake manifold. Mine was broken clear off, and there was no way to get in there with the intake manifold installed and reconnect it. I can see this being a 2 hour job or less if you have all the right tools on hand, know how everything goes together and comes apart, etc. I always tread very lightly when taking on a new project, in my younger days, I broke my fair share of studs and bolts, and paid the price for rushing. The FCP kit was great. It contained dang near everything I needed. I say dang near, because I should've thought to order new o-rings for the dipstick and the injectors - the originals are a little tired after 16 years. A couple things worth mentioning: 1) Have plenty of extensions and swivels of various lengths. Along with an assortment of torx bits, you also need 10 and 12mm sockets in both 1/4 and 3/8 drive. Most of the job can be done with the 1/4 inch drive just fine - but getting to some of the intake manifold bolts is difficult without a number of stacked extensions and swivels. 2) Have about 10 feet of good silicone tubing around for replacing failed vacuum lines. Many of them crumbled just upon being touched. Don't forget clamps for the tubing, and maybe a few zip ties. 3) It's a good time to replace your oil fill cap gasket. I cleaned the oil cap and the dipstick tube with brake cleaner to get all the accumulated oil residue off everything so I'm starting 'clean'. I also had a ton of oil under the spark plug cover. 4) The OEM style Oetiker clamps are a pain in the butt. The hardest part of the job? No doubt, it's the 12mm fasteners holding the dipstick tube and the intake manifold brace. 1/4 inch drive fit, 3/8 didn't. 1/4 inch drive wasn't long enough to get enough torque to loosen the fasteners, 3/8 drive would've been, but it couldn't be swung. Also worth mentioning: the video didn't tell me this, but I should've known! The intake manifold brace has to be lined up perfectly for the screw to go into the intake manifold correctly. I had mine tweaked to the side slightly, and had to loosen the bolt into the block, line up the bolt into the manifold, and then snug both bolts again. There *is* a fan shroud mod that looks interesting. I may tackle it the next time I'm working on that area of my car. It basically moves the radiator fan in front of the shroud, where it previously mounted behind the shroud. Google ' volvo 850 fan shroud mod' for a forum thread with pics that describes the process. Things I wish I had had for this job, and didn't think to have before hand: A floppy neck style ratchet - the kind where you can tilt the head to help reach in tight spots. It's on my tool shopping list for the next time I have tool budget O-rings for the dipstick tube *and* the injectors. My originals look kinda tired. I'll add some to my next FCP order and be ready for the next time I take things apart. Vacuum lines. I had several crumble, and I was able to pirate some leftover scraps from previous jobs I had around my garage.. I'm going to add some good vacuum line to my next parts order, along with an assortment of clamps, elbows, etc. You *may* want to have a complete set of worm style clamps on hand for this project. Some of the spots with the Oetiker clamps were really tight to get to - no doubt the worm clamps would be easier. I understand why Volvo used these, but I don't have to like them. All in all, it was a good project. Not the most difficult automotive project I've undertaken, I think most shade tree mechanics could tackle it in 4-5 hours and get good results. If you're on the fence about doing this job, do it. That is, assuming you have basic tools, and the patience/ability. Thanks, FCP, for putting this all in one kit. I don't know how long it would've taken me to find part numbers - and the price was right. Inexpensive enough that I didn't have to think twice about whether I should try to reuse original parts after cleaning them.

By: Justin
Wed, Apr 24 at 11:17PM

Fit flawlessly. Took some extra time to thoroughly clean all of the ports and PTC. Went from blowing out seals due to extreme pressure build up. To perfect PCV operation. Would buy this product again, came with all clamps, tubes, and elbows.

By: Robert Issem
Wed, Apr 24 at 10:27AM

This kit installed perfectly, and combined with a simple cleaning of the PTC, this kit restores the breather system to new condition.

By: Tim Smiley
Mon, Apr 22 at 5:09PM

If replacing all of your PCV components, this is the only way to go. I mistakenly used the URO kit a couple of years ago thinking I could save a few bucks and be ahead of the game. What a waste of money THAT was! Two years later ALL of the PCV hoses were rock hard and brittle/broken leaving me to have to do the job again. Much more piece of mind know knowing my 855R has worthy parts on it. When it comes down to it, I am ONLY installing Genuine parts on my car! You should too.

By: Joseph Doukmetzian
Wed, Feb 15 at 6:52PM
Great Kit

I've used this kit twice now. It is a must do on your car if you don't know when it was replaced last or if you are losing MPGs and you have no idea why. This kit will free up power that you might not have known you had because of crankcase buildup. The only complaint I have is the clamps that come with the kit are a pain in the rear to put on/take off. The whole process takes from 2-4 hours depending on if you have done it before and level of skill.

By: Mat Grayson
Wed, Nov 23 at 12:56PM
A Must Do!

If you have oil on the top of your motor, of intermittent stalling, smoke coning from you dip stick tube. Than you need this kit. It a 2-4 hour job depending on if you have done it before.. But this complete kit is worth the trouble

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