Volvo Ball Joints Parts
Volvo Ball Joint Lower (V70 S80 S60 XC70) - Genuine Volvo 274548OE$77.95
Volvo Ball Joint Front Lower (XC90 S60 V70) - Genuine 31201485OE$81.95
Volvo Ball Joints Parts
Quality is a standard for encompassing Volvo’s history of dependability and a promise of excellence with customer satisfaction. Volvo’s objective is to attain top tier quality with elite products and parts with innovative designs. Throughout their history, Volvo has extended their production line and parts into a worldwide auto leader and designer, and more specifically, with ball joint parts and components. Your Volvo’s ball joints are an important piece of your suspension in the front end of your vehicle. These burly, steel pivot points join the steering linkage and the axle assembly together. There are numerous warning signs you can inspect for when you think your ball joints have become faulty. To be on the safe side, these ball joints should be checked on a frequent basis. The first thing you can do is to take your Volvo out on the freeway for a test drive. You may hear some unusual sounds coming from the front end. This is a symptom that your current ball joints have turned bad, particularly if you hear any clunking sounds. Unusual sounds can also mean many things, so it is important to make sure they are the ball joints first, before having them replaced. When driving your Volvo, put both hands on the steering wheel and take note if you feel any shimmying or a vibrations in the front end. This could be the reason the ball joints need to be replaced, specifically if your Volvo has become tougher to handle or the steering feels looser than normal. If you have questions regarding your Volvo’s ball joint parts or universal parts, the FCP Euro team and website are available.
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Next, take your hands off of the steering wheel while driving on a straight part of road. If your Volvo starts to meander instead of going straight, this usually will point to the ball joints being faulty, as well. It is possible that your Volvo will pull to one side, too. After this test, go ahead and park your Volvo on a flat surface and rotate your steering wheel to the left hand side, then examine the front tires. If you see or feel any cupping (unusual wear on the tire) on the edge of the tires, this points directly to your damaged ball joints. Now, park your Volvo on a solid and level surface. Continue by jacking the vehicle up until both front tires are off the ground, then grasp the top and bottom of each tire and make an effort to push it back and forth. If either wheel ends up moving, this is a definite warning sign that the ball joints are broken and need to be replaces as soon as possible. FCP Euro's skilled and expert call center team is constantly ready to answer any questions you may have. If you are not completely sure about which ball joint part or component is needed to control your Volvo, FCP has a vast catalog for the Volvo brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our always updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.