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Volvo Timing Parts

Volvo created their first vehicle almost 90 years ago, helping to bring them into the auto industry as a reputable and sought after company. Ever since then, Volvo has lengthened their vehicle line up and parts to become an auto market leader, and more specifically, timing and components. Timing belts do break; this is one of the most widespread reasons of vehicles not being able to run, overall. Knowing any symptoms of wear or potential failure will assist you in making the diagnosis before you are left with a broken down vehicle out of nowhere. Camshafts open and shut the intake and exhaust valves in your Volvo’s engine. This allows the air in to produce combustion, as well as vent the exhaust. A correctly calibrated timing belt controls the camshaft at half of the speed of the crankshaft, in tune with the movement of the pistons. This keeps the overhead cams revolving at the proper time so you engine is performing accurately. If you carry out regular service on your Volvo, usually your mechanic will see if the timing belt is worn or becoming damaged. If you follow their advice and take care of the timing belt before any further damage, you will be saving yourself a lot of frustration and money over time. There are some regular symptoms you can look for when your timing belt needs to be replaced, including, more exhaust than normal, if your Volvo has high mileage and is tough to start, a vibrating engine that is making your Volvo shaky, or your Volvo is shutting off when driving, then spinning over more rapidly than usual when restarting it. If you have questions concerning, not only Volvo’s timing parts, but any parts or components, the FCP Euro staff and website are easily reached.

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If our Volvo is bucking and has begun to shut off randomly, the timing belt has most likely busted and has failed. Depending on what type of Volvo engine you have will help to decide how much overall damage will come about when your timing belt fails. When and if you do have to replace your Volvo’s timing belt, it is also a good idea to replace your water pump, belt tensioner, thermostat, and camshaft seals. It is most likely that they are by now worn out or about to wear out, as well. By replacing these parts and components all at the same time you are ensuring your vehicle’s parts are all in tune with each other, as well as saving yourself any unnecessary break downs at inopportune times. FCP Euro's skilled and practiced call center team is reachable for any support or questions you may have. If you are not completely sure about which timing part or component is vital to your Volvo, FCP has a far-reaching list for the Volvo brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all products, as well as our continually updating 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.

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