Volvo C70 owners manuals
- Convertible Tops May Have Issues With Micro-Switches/Potentiometers
- Harsh shifting from transmission
- Door Window Regulator May Break
- ABS Light Due to ABS Control Module Malfunction
- Knocking Sound From The Front Suspension Driving Over Bumps
- Doors will not Lock or Unlock
The Volvo C70 is a two-door, four-passenger sport compact made and sold by Volvo Cars from 1996 till 2013 over two generations. The prime generation (1996–2005) was available as both a coupé and a soft-top convertible. The second-generation (2006–2013) was available as a retractable hardtop convertible.
Volvo revealed the initial generation C70 in 1996 at the Paris Motor Show, followed by adding it to the European market as a 1997 model, and in North America a year later. The C70 was powered either by a low-pressure turbo (2.4L) or a high-pressure turbo (2.0L and 2.3L), 5-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engines paired to manual or automatic transmissions.
Volvo C70 known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Volvo C70 are: