Volvo Trailing Arm (Rear Control Arm) Bushings – The Correct Repair

The Problem We often come across 2008-20015 Volvos that come with for concerns of excessive tire wear, or "loose handling" issues. Often the customer has been at other shops and paid for multiple parts, repairs or alignments in an attempt to correct the issue. Yet it remains, and the car is then referred to our facility for evaluation. What Happens Almost invariably we find that the rear trailing arm bushings, a rubber and steel mount, and the only part that secures and locates a critical part of the rear suspension system to the body (attaching to the hub where the wheel [...]

By | December 8th, 2019|Case Studies|Comments Off on Volvo Trailing Arm (Rear Control Arm) Bushings – The Correct Repair

Volvo Differential Rebuilding Service – Out of Our Area? Send Your Unit To Us

The Problem The rear differential design has been in use in the Volvo world since the 2008 to at least the 2014 model year, so it’s something to consider if you own a vehicle in that range. We service a tremendous amount of Volvo XC70s, and have seen the problem largely on those models, but have read reports of it being an issue on the S80 as well. Now the earlier Volvos had their own set of differential or bevel gear problems, which you can read about on our blog at Volvo AOC problems. What We Do We mentioned that [...]

By | January 4th, 2018|Case Studies|Comments Off on Volvo Differential Rebuilding Service – Out of Our Area? Send Your Unit To Us