Question about Volvo XC70
Contact the dealer for a price estimate on the part. Changing it is fairly simple.
I, myself have been very surprised at times what part costs are. A part that you would expect to be $30 to $40 will go for $150.
If the dealer what's too much for it, contact a local wrecking yard to see if they can obtain the part for you.
Parts like this are seldom repairable by anything but replacement (there are rare occasions though that you can)
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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