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Replacing the heater control valve in a Volvo 240 wagon

An overactive heater is usually a boon if you live in northern latitudes—Michigan, for instance. Or Sweden. When 80+ degree summers arrive, however, a heater that does nothing but heat becomes insufferable. Sensible, definitely-not-crazy owners of vehicles like the Volvo 240 are as a general rule undeterred by dysfunctional air conditioning, but one 1991 240 owner records that her heater blew 120-degree air. That’s a problem worth fixing ... Read the full article on Hagerty.com:

 

https://www.hagerty.com/media/maintenance-and-tech/replacing-the-heater-control-valve-in-a-volvo-240...

 

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