It’s like nails on a chalkboard, how can you diagnose that volvo noise?
Troubleshooting volvo noise coming from your vehicle can help you determine needed repairs. It’s important that you listen to what your car is trying to tell you. Although many people still use the old broomstick-held-to-the-ear method of zeroing in on volvo noise, the best method these days is a stethoscope. Indispensable in finding the source of a sound, it’s also a lot easier to place it where you want it than the clunky end of a broomstick.
Volvo noise can come in all forms, from the sound of a suspension needing replacement to squeaky brakes. Follow the repair link to learn more about routine maintenance as well as tips and fixes for your volvo. This page is a record of owners’ Volvo problems, questions and fixes. The items vary from routine maintenance to performance upgrades. The tips and fixes on this page are primarily for Volvo 850, Volvo S70, V70 and XC models. There is no organization to this page… the tips are ones I’ve seen over the years on chat boards and collected here for you. If you want to ask a question and get an answer, go straight to my Volvo Repair Forum.