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IPD
www.ipdusa.com Great for upgrades and great for replacement parts…very friendly and stand behind everything 100% of the time. MVS SPONSOR.
eEuroparts
www.eEuroparts.com eEuroparts ships OEM and aftermarket Volvo parts fast. Good prices plus a wide array of choices equals repeat customers (me, for one). “Matt, I just wanted to tell you how great they are. These guy’s are a hidden gem in Volvo parts” – an MVS user. MVS SPONSOR.
FCPEuro.com
www.fcpeuro.com Find almost any part at FCPEuro.com, from filters, hoses, and brakes to sparkplugs. A very popular, experienced Volvo parts dealer. MVS SPONSOR
Volvo Country Parts
Volvocountryparts.com is the parts house of the largest Volvo dealer network in the US. You get Volvo OEM (original equipment) “Blue box” parts and strong support. MVS SPONSOR
Midwest ABS
www.midwest-abs.com Longtime MVS member and contributor Matty Moo runs this business, and to be perfectly frank, has taken much of the ABS repair business because of his fast, friendly, inexpensive service. MVS Contributor.

Carchex
www.carchex.com Not a parts house per se, but a great service that may save you thousands one day. Read my true extended warranty story.
Avaxel
www.Avaxel.com Aftermarket Volvo parts.
Steingold Volvo
steingoldvolvo.ecrater.com Will ship OEM Volvo products anywhere in the US or Canada.
Dave’s Volvo Page
Dave’s Volvo Page Dave runs a 240 dream site. Fantastic information and a plethora of 240 parts for sale.
vp-autoparts.com
vp-autoparts.com They specialize in upolstery and general parts for 1940s Volvos up to the Volvo 240 model.
myswedishparts.com
www.myswedishparts.com Good people, fast shipping, recommended.
odometergears.com
www.odometergears.com Great owner, plus a money-back guarantee. Save money vs. buying odo gears at parts stores.
Victor Rocha
home.earthlink.net/~vicrocha Victor Rocha is a highly-repected ABS module rebuilder.
bortonvolvo.com
www.bortonvolvo.com Some nice upgrades…dimming mirror / antena down switch, etc. for cheap.
darrellwaltrip.com
darrellwaltrip.com Sadly, circa 2010, these guys stopped shipping out of state in most cases. 
iPartCars.com
iPartCars.com A pick-n-pull (used) parts vendor. Save a buck or find something not available anywhere else at iPartCars.com.
driveshaftparts.com
driveshaftparts.comDirect link to the Volvo AWD Center Driveshaft CV Joint page
MyVolvoPartsOnline
www.myvolvopartsonline.com Deep OEM parts catalog.

36 Responses to Volvo Parts Online

  1. Ed O'Brien says:

    You should remove partsgeek.com from your list of online stores – they have absolutely terrible customer service, and an even worse return policy. My experience is not unique, in fact, if you read the negative reviews, you’ll find that my experience is very common. Basically, they have a poor inventory system and routinely ship the wrong part(s) – while they will issue an RMA, the customer gets stuck paying for shipping charges both ways. They will not take responsibility for shipping the wrong part – if you purchase a heavy part, shipping is expensive, so you’re really screwed. If you get lucky and receive the correct part, the prices are great, but it’s not worth the risk – I won’t gamble by purchasing from them again.

  2. huseyin akp?nar says:

    fcp groton i bought driveshaft axles for my volvo s40 t4 but i could use them only 500 km. they are not selling oem driveshafts only cheap chinese imitations

  3. Andrew Hussey says:

    I have ordered several things from partsgeek and had great service. That included a return.

  4. David H says:

    Sent my ABS contoller to Victor Rocha for repair. Recieved an e-mail that he repaired it and would send it back to me……still waiting and he is no longer reponding to e-mail.

  5. shifting versatility says:

    I have used AutoPartsWay.ca in Canada for my parts. They have a fair selection and some OE parts. They have warehouses in Canada and deal in Canadian funds. I am happy with the service so far.

  6. AL says:

    In the past I purchased cheap, thin, and brittle floor mats from IPD that cracked. They are not like my 240 original Volvo mats. They just said it had been a cold winter, no refund or exchange. Very disappointed.

  7. Bob says:

    I have bought from ipd, fcp groton and partsgeek in the past and I had only positive experience with all of them. Fcp groton has a light fast delivery and so does partsgeek, ipd is slower and more expensive, exception to few “performance” parts from ipd all the others are available from the other two stores (fcp and partsgeek) so unless you feel like spending more for the same product I’d say do your homework thoroughly. As for the performance parts again do your homework thoroughly, buying one performance part doesn’t necessarily improve your experience dramatically. I often see people spending lots of $ for parts that alone don’t do more than the regular ones …

  8. Jim O'Rourke says:

    Looking for a rear wing for a 1998 v70 T-5 (Red) if anyone out there knows where I can get one reasonably I’d appreciate the Info.

  9. bob1976 says:

    used victor he was very helpful 1st unit was bad sent 2nd right out fixed car. 2000 s80 with christmas tree dash lights. very happy in indiana !!!! found him on this web sight

  10. Tim says:

    Very pleased with Steingold Volvo (www.steingoldvolvo.ecrater.com). Placed an order for load bars and a bike rack and received a confirmation email immediately. They even called me to verify the model of my Volvo to ensure proper fitting. Load bars and rack arrived in perfect condition with all the instructions included. Looks like they keep a pretty good size inventory too..would recommend them for sure.

  11. Bob Speaker says:

    I have also ordered from partsgeek.com many times and they have always had great prices and great service. Between my kids and myself we have 6 volvos and I do all the work on all of them so I am constanly buying parts.

  12. yoon says:

    i have a big problem here.i need volvo turbo 850 to replace my whole deskbox component or head of volvo engine including deskbox.if anyone can get me out of these problem.tqvm.

  13. Brentwood Reid says:

    I agree with the Ed O’Brien, BEWARE OF PARTS GEEK!!! Wasted a lot of time and money trying to deal with those jerks.

  14. Gerry Pounds says:

    RE: IPD Parts. I have dealt with them for over 30 years. I have kept my volvo’s running on mostly IPD parts. Maybe 5 or 6 times over that time frame I have received a part with a problem. I have found them always courteous and very quick shipping on products. As a volvo resource I don’t think you will find their equal. If there is ever a problem they immediately take care of it without a hassle. May their tribe increase.

  15. hussam says:

    hi and good day
    can u help me to send all file info on 2008 volvo v70 2.0L 4cyL M/T transmission
    smart key .i want all wir all electronics unit .how can i mack reprogramming ato all unit .pincode
    thanks all u doing for me

  16. Newest Volvo Rebuilder says:

    I had ordered a lot of parts in one order to Parts Geek and they all arrived quickly but all in different packages and 4 deliveries. That was fine but I never recieved an invoice for the total order. I could’ve sworn I ordered a turn signal also but I have no way of seeing the order again. I have spent to many hours trying to reach them by phone, left messages for a return phone call, and left e-mails. i simply want to see a total invoice!!! They do have very good prices and correct parts, but customer service is for sure enough to give them up!!!

  17. Matt says:

    Did you try looking for your order confirmation email?

  18. dionneb says:

    My abs controller on my 2000 s70 was causing all weird signs like the odometer stopped working,various lights were on on my dash, etc. Local volvo dealer said he knew what the problem was (but he did not share the info with me!)and that the controller would have to be replaced for appr. $1000.00. Found Victor Rocha on the net in Feb- Mar 2012; thank goodness. He fixed it for $160.00 with one way shipping. He was very response by email. This Florida owner is a happy camper.

  19. Mike Flanagan says:

    PARTS GEEK has a very good parts selection, great prices and lightning fast delivery. However, if you have to return a part, their customer service / returns is the worst I have ever encountered. You’ll do great with them – until you have to return a part!

  20. Joe Atkins says:

    Need new keyfob for volvo s40 2002, with panic button.

  21. charles hall says:

    looking for price on motor mounts on ’03 S80 Turbo.

  22. Adam says:

    i have a 2005 s80 with cabin temperature problems. i can drive all day with the heating on full and it just blows cold air another time it will take your skin off the same with the air conditioning you put it on full cold and you still have to open the windows as it too hot inside another time its freezing.. i have been told it might be the cabin sensor is this tru or is there a bigger problem.

  23. Lee Taylor says:

    Hello MVS forum! I sell genuine volvo parts and accessories and we ship worldwide every day. Gives us a try at http://www.volvopartsplus.com
    Thanks, LT

  24. MadeInJapan says:

    After checking out FCPG and Eeuroparts and some others, it’s a good idea to also check Amazon.com Sometimes they can beat their deals on the same items. Btw, Matthews used to get credit for shopping at Amazon but I don’t see the link anymore for it.

  25. Ivan says:

    Hi,
    Just thought id point out that myvolvopartsonline.com doesn’t accept the coupon code ‘mvs’. Also, i just ordered a part from volvowholesaleparts.com and they gave me a discount.

  26. All Matthews Volvo site customers get 15% off at http://www.worldpartsplus.com
    Use coupon code mvs15 during checkout. They sell Volvo aftermarket parts and parts for all cars but they specialize in european cars. For Factory Volvo parts use http://www.volvopartsplus.com

  27. July 27th 2012, I sent $200. and my ABS module to Victor Rocha to have my ABS module repaired. When he returned it I still had ABS Trac malfunctioning. I sent it back to him for further testing September 21,2012. He refuses to answer my emails and letters.
    I had my wife inquire about procuring his services through her account and he responded immediately, so we know he has not died. Not only am I out several hundred dollars but he still has my unit and now I am forced to spend $800. to Volvo for a replacement unit. If you take money for a service and you don’t perform it is referred to as theft of service. If you take someone’s ABS unit and don’t return it, it’s called just plain theft. Based on my experience, he should be removed as a recommended service

  28. Matt says:

    Dan, please post back here on the resolution of this, if there is one. In the meantime, use https://www.midwest-abs.com/ , it’s a guy named Matt who is a regular here. Username is “Matty Moo”.

  29. Phil says:

    Just wanted to agree with Ed O’Brian. I think they outsource everything. They know nothing about Volvos and twice sent me the wrong parts and their customers service was no help. Don’t buy parts from them or you’ll regret it.

  30. Zig Gluszek says:

    I had bad bad throttle unint on my 2000 S70. Volvo dealer quoted me over $1200 for the replacement job and programming!!!
    Throttle module Volvo provides has a high rate of failure due to the wear of carbon tracts. I found company called Xemodex which specializes in replacements of electronic modules for European cars. They do not only repair units, but also adress weak points of OEM design. Throttle unit came already pre-programmed saving me $180 in dealer programing fee plus the unit des not use carbon tracks but contact-less, digital Throttle Position Sensors which they designed!
    I am really impressed and would like to recomend their web site.

  31. Kelly Tucker says:

    I am looking for a hydraulic pump to fit a 2003 Volvo L45B loader. The part number is ZM28145927. Do you carry this hydraulic pump!!!!!

  32. Kaylee says:

    The people at germanautoparts.com have been great. Fast and friendly.

  33. Maddie Holko says:

    Dealer site with searchable parts for Volvo, Ford/Lincoln/Mercury and Mazda. I’ve compared their prices to everyone else online that I can find, including many of those listed above, and they are way cheaper. Complete with diagrams. volvopartswebstore.com has every diagram AND part numbers (which are handy when searching the web), but a little higher price.

  34. Lori (LGDTC) says:

    I agree with Matt 100% about eeuroparts.com.

    When compared to ipd they beat their prices something fierce! IT’s like 25% off of ipd’s prices.

    These are the 2 things that I was pricing, they are the exact same parts, numbers match and everything.
    ****************
    Volvo Blower Motor Resistor – Behr Part # 8693262

    https://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/9455/Blower-Motor-Resistor-8693262/diagramId=2013&diagramNumber=7
    List Price: $135.97 Your Price: $85.49

    http://www.ipdusa.com/products/7425/115070-heater-fan-resistor-p2-s60-s80-v70-xc70-xc90
    $104.60 PER EACH PLUS $10.22 S&H = $114.82

    Save $29.33 with a 25.54% discount!
    **************************
    Volvo Blower Motor – Behr 9171479

    https://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/8993/Blower-Motor-9171479/?diagramId=2013&diagramNumber=6
    List Price: $315.85 Your Price: $230.71

    http://www.ipdusa.com/products/6975/113845-heater-blower-fan-motor
    $296.07 PLUS $11.82 S&H = 307.89

    SAVE $77.18 WITH A 25.06% DISCOUNT

    EEUROPARTS also has…
    Free Shipping Over $50
    60-day Refund Policy
    30-day Price Match
    365-day Part Warranty

    They will get my business. Thanks Matt!

  35. Jesper says:

    Hi
    I recently bought a second hand Volvo XC90 that was originally sold in Canada, then imported to the UK. Now, since I am in France, I have had to change the head lights to correspond to French stanards. Hence, I have two sets of head lights (Canadian and UK standards respectively) that I cannot use and they are fully functionnal and in good condition. How can I get them to a person who can use them, and perhaps earn a buck or two in the process (these things, both new and second hand, cost a fortune, so I am sure that someone out there would be happy to get them at a fair price?!). Thanks for your help. // Jesper

  36. Jesper says:

    Sorry. Forgot to mention that you can reach me at jesper_floren “at” hotmail.com

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