Wire loom and more stuff removed

I removed the wire loom from the car and its completely labeled now. Now I have to search for the correct wires, connectors etc etc. I’ve also removed even more parts. The car is almost completely empty now.

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Dash and wire loom

I removed the dash and labeled the wire loom, quite a job! The wire loom still has to be removed from the car, this is a bit difficult due to the small hole in the firewall through wich the loom has to be pulled. The wire loom I have to reproduce as it has been worn a bit at some places. This also will be a hell of a job, as I do not have this much experience in wiring.

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Removed some more parts

I made some more room, the stripping process is going pretty fast as it is a not very difficult job. The most important thing is to make pictures and label everything. Removing the engine will be easy with this much space in the engine bay. I also did some labeling of the main wire loom.

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Removed the fuel tank. No rust to be found here.

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The doors are also stripped and removed. No rust to be found here.

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Due to a tip on http://www.volvokv.nl I read that the shock towers of the front suspension are prone to cracking with higher mileages. I found that this car has allready been repaired, some welds are visible along with an extra reinforced piece of metal on top of the towers. Thats a good thing! But also a bit questionable. The ODO counter registered some 70.000 miles, do these shock towers crack at this mileage? Will the mistery unfold someday? Who knows..

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