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Volvo Maintenance

 

Regardless of how old or new a Volvo car is; it needs a regular service routine. A regular service routine will keep the car in good condition hence enhancing its performance. Volvo Scheduled Maintenance is recommended by the manufacturer and Volvo provides each vehicle model with its own service schedule. It will help assist the car vehicle and owner in maintaining a long and safe operating life of the vehicle, and through maintenance pro-activity, also save money in the long run!

 


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Nonetheless, it is also very vital to take your Volvo for service once a year regardless of not hitting the mileage target or not. Professional and well trained certified Volvo experts have the technical expertise required to meet all Volvo service requirements. The driver should, however, deter from replacing the Volvo car parts with just any spare parts available. And, Volvo owner's may rest assured that any and all repairs will be done so with Volvo OEM Parts

 

 

Volvo Maintenance

 

It might seem to be a simple process when it comes to conducting Volvo Maintenance, but sometimes life gets busy, and minor issues are ignored. While the driver keeps ignoring minor issues like oil change that can only take a few minutes of his or her time, it will come a time when the small problem escalates to a significant damage that will leave him or her stranded.

 

Below is a list of issues that, if ignored, might damage your Volvo or put your safety at risk

 

 

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Transmission fluid

 

Changing your transmission fluid regularly is paramount.

 

Spark plugs

 

As simple as the plug might seem to be, it can cause a big damage to your Volvo. It is a cheap car part to replace but if left too long, it can lead to inefficiency in the combustion cycle of your engine and cause damage your Volvo's catalytic converter. The catalytic converter helps in controlling the car's emissions system.

 

 

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Fuel filter

 

Any vehicles maintenance involves replacing the often forgotten fuel filter. The fuel filter separates dirt and other unwanted particles from the fuel. Clean fuel means clean fuel injectors (or direct injectors) and ensures a more robust fuel and air mixture for the combustion cycle. If you ignore changing the fuel filter, it can lead to major problems that are very costly.

References

 


http://eurosportautomotive.com/6-of-the-most-damaging-vehicle-issues-if-left-unrepaired/
http://www.volvocars.com/us/own/maintenance/scheduled-maintenance
http://www.matthewsvolvosite.com/volvo-maintenance-schedules.html

 

 


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