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Old 01-09-2011, 06:41 PM
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My mom put her 05 S80 AWD into the ditch last night. Messed up a good bit of the front end (bumber, quarter panel, fog light broke, headlight cracked, front air dam cracked). I put the car back together with zip ties, but need to know what all is destroyed and what needs replaced.

Is there a place to get exploded parts diagrams? I have a Trailblazer and www.compnine.com has them for GMs, any such thing for Volvo? Thanks
 
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Old 01-10-2011, 09:51 AM
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You can use a Volvo dealership linked to Trademotion as a baseline, but I'm not aware of anything more detailed without using VADIS.

Why not go through insurance, I'm betting there is a lot more damage then you think. I ran over a deer (tractor trailer hit it, then I rant over it) and it did about $1,600 in damage and most of it involved the front end, there was only $100 worth of work to an exhaust hanger that the deer caught.

You very well could have bent the radiator support, A/C condensor, Turbo Intercooler, etc and just to the average person piecing things together, don't realize it.
 
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Old 01-14-2011, 11:41 AM
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Or just take it to a body shop for an estimate. The estimate should be itemized with part numbers.
 
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