Question about 2004 Volvo XC90
It can. It needs to be looked at first, by someone you trust, second, by someone who knows Volvo 4 and all wheel drive systems. Now, it very well could have been that one of the U-joints went bad and they didn't want to repair it or.... it may have had a transfer case or front drive axle issue. In this order of probability 1. bad joint 2. t-case issue and last 3. front drive axle issue. If it had an axle issue, I'm pretty sure that other noises and issue would be present though, so look at 1 and 2. Let me know.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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