I would try to source parts from IPD or FCP Euro. If they do not have the parts you need, consider a Volvo dealer who discounts parts. There are several online. I would not want to do all the work and find I had purchased inferior parts at a cheap price.
Get email notification of topic replies. Log in or register (free). Amazon Link Buy anything with this and it helps MVS!
Help, Advice, Owners' Discussion and DIY Tutorials devoted to the second generation C70, S40 and V50 Volvos -- awkwardly model year 2004 ½ onwards -- plus where to go for advice and discussion on Volvo's sporty C30 Coupe powered by Volvo's ubiquitous inline 5-cylinder power plant.
- MVS Moderator
- Posts: 23281
- Joined: Sun Feb 17, 2013 5:54 pm
- Year and Model: 99T5 ,99S70,2005V70
- Location: NYC, ALBANY NY
- Has thanked: 417 times
- Been thanked: 1279 times
- Posts: 36
- Joined: Fri Dec 27, 2019 3:43 pm
- Year and Model: 2006 V50
- Location: Missouri
- Has thanked: 17 times
- Been thanked: 4 times
I have found nothing positive about aftermarket parts..and wow holy crap..even a limited to rings and bearings overhaul is going to be way expensive..really blows something unassociated can be so costly..if it was not such a nice car I am not sure I would put another dime in it..still kinda chapped the frikkin alternator belt can scatter and engine..that is retarded..not sure I even want to risk the money..a brand new belt scattered in 10,000 miles..what is going to stop it from doing the same thing 2000 dollars later...IDK man..maybe I should just scrap it and put 2 grand in one of the old mopars.
- Similar Topics
- Last post