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Old May 1st, 2021, 01:17   #1
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Can anyone help me to source a thermostat for a 20/10 xc60?

It has a D5244T engine.

I've searched this forum and google but can't find the correct part.

Do I need the whole housing or just the thermostat, spring and gasket?

Any links or part numbers appreciated.
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Look up a thread, posted by BestGear, back in Mar 2011. Entitled “Thermostat Replacement - Guide”. A comprehensive write-up with pictures.
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Old May 1st, 2021, 23:48   #3
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Thanks for the reply Deck1ng,

I've seen that post before but it's for a D52447 engine not a D5244T.

My thermostat appears to be on the opposite side of the engine.

Looks like I'll have buy one from a Volvo dealer.
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Couple of days ago I downloaded the Autodoc app. When you enter your vehicle details into the app, anc searching for a part, it does give you an OEM number. Worth a try.
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Can anyone help me to source a thermostat for a 20/10 xc60?

It has a D5244T engine.
No it doesn't nor does any XC60.
First job is get the correct D5 model version then take it from there.....
You can decode the 17 digit chassis number in Vida or a good parts supplier will provide you with the correct part with no further research.
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Well mine appears to have that engine.


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Well mine appears to have that engine.


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Lonsdale, where is that sticker stuck, I’ll see if I have one and what it says.
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Well mine appears to have that engine.
As previously mentioned, the engine code is embedded in the 17 digit VIN so post your chassis number not a timing cover label.

Volvo stopped the Euro 3 D5 in 2005 and replaced with the Euro 4 long before the XC60 was even being produced.
The D5244 block continued to be used as did some ancillary parts but that doesn't mean that you have a D5244T.

If your XC60 is indeed a 2010, it will have a D5244T10, D5244T14 or D5244T16
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Lonsdale, where is that sticker stuck, I’ll see if I have one and what it says.
Remove the engine top cover, it's located on the o/s of the engine.
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As previously mentioned, the engine code is embedded in the 17 digit VIN so post your chassis number not a timing cover label.

Volvo stopped the Euro 3 D5 in 2005 and replaced with the Euro 4 long before the XC60 was even being produced.
The D5244 block continued to be used as did some ancillary parts but that doesn't mean that you have a D5244T.

If your XC60 is indeed a 2010, it will have a D5244T10, D5244T14 or D5244T16
Thanks for the reply,

Volvo dealer confirms it's a D5244T10.

VIN YV1DZ7046A2115711

Using AutoDoc (thanks Deck1ng) I think I've got the correct OEM no:

31293556, is this the correct part number?
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