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I, too, am a recent victim of XC90 engine "blow up". My 2005 had 39,128 miles on it. All I did was start it up in a parking lot on my lunch hour. This was 21 days after it underwent routine maintenance at our local Volvo dealership. It is $13,200 for a new engine. I called Volvo Headquarters to see what options I had and learned I had none due to the age of the car. I bought a Volvo for the safety and reputation they have. Since owning the car, I've replaced two wheel bearings, an axle shaft and an A/C compressor. Now a blown engine.Report it
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