Volvo Owner's Manuals
Volvo Cars, stylized as VOLVO, is a Swedish luxury car brand. The company produces and sells SUVs, station wagons, sedans, and compact executive sedans. The Volvo Group was established in 1927 as a subsidiary of the ball bearing maker SKF. Its vehicles are sold as being safe, solidly made, and safe while highlighting on their Swedish heritage and design.
The heavy truck and making equipment conglomerate AB Volvo and Volvo Cars have been autonomous companies after AB Volvo sold Volvo Cars to the Ford Motor Company in 1999. Volvo Cars have been majority-owned as 2010 by the Geely Holding Group. Both AB Volvo and Volvo Cars share the Volvo logo and assist in running the Volvo Museum.
In 2017, Volvo stated that new models introduced from 2019 onwards would be fully electric or hybrid-electric, announcing the end of production of nearly a century of Volvo cars powered solely by the internal combustion engine.
Volvo, nevertheless, will resume producing non-electric, non-hybrid vehicles from models launched before that year but will abandon them once the non-hybrid, non-electric cars receive a facelift or complete redesign.
Volvo known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Volvo are:
- Transmission issues with the Volvo V70
- Power steering leak in Volvo S60
- Waterlogged fuse box in Volvo 240
- Broken cooling fan in Volvo XC60
- Engine cooling fan issues
- A faulty electronic module on the fuel pump
- Fuel leaks produced by a fuel line that isn’t correctly attached
- Power steering issues
- Gearbox problems – a section of the shift device can work loose letting it to become jammed