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Old 05-10-2008, 04:46 PM   #4
sdturbo
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It was quite easy, I just made a bracket to mount the pump to the finder well. I tried to take some pics but they dont really show anything. Its just an electric pump bolted to the car and normal lines like what you would have in a belt driven pump. Toyota uses some kinda ecu and sensor on the wheel to turn it on. This is not as sophisticated as i turn it on with an alegator clip at the moment. It will be on a toggle switch as soon as I have time to run to Radioshack. The whole swap is sitting around $20 at the moment.

The pump is out of a 2g toyota mr2. All you need is the pump and the relay. I took a piece of the high pressure line, cut it off and welded it to the volvo line. Not the most elegant way of doing it but hey it works.
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