Volvo Climate Control Parts

Volvo shaped out their first vehicle in the 1920’s, bringing them into the auto industry as a dependable leader. Ever since that first Volvo came off the line, the brand has extended their product line and parts, from a once small time city community, into an elite auto market chief and manufacturer of vehicles, and more particularly, climate control parts and components. The climate control in your Volvo is adjusts the air direction, temperature and humidity inside the cabin of your vehicle. Besides a comfort feature, the climate control is also a safety feature. The defroster and humidifying capabilities make this so. Certain warning signs can occur when there is an issue with our Volvo’s climate control that should be aware of to look out for before further damage is done. A compressor clutch transfers power from your vehicle’s engine to the compressor with a belt and pulley assembly. The clutch stops and starts the compressor in order to control the flow of coolant, in turn controlling the temperature inside of your Volvo. You car will not blow air into the cabin when the compressor clutch has become faulty. Check the idler pulley and belt first to make sure that they have been tightened correctly. A serpentine belt can stretch and wear over time, so it is a good idea to make sure the belt is not the problem before inspecting the compressor clutch. Take out the belt and turn the pulley on the front of the compressor. If the compressor makes a grinding sound when you turn the pulley, the compressor clutch is probably the culprit. If you have questions concerning Volvo’s climate control parts, as well as general parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are always available.

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The condenser in the climate control system acts like a radiator in your Volvo’s compressor. It pushes hot coolant through a series of tubes so the coolant can be cooled. When there is an issue with the condenser, air will blow into the cabin of the vehicle, but the airflow will be light even when the climate control button is placed on the highest level. A sound will also develop if the fins of the condenser are touching the body of your condenser. The condenser can also shake a lot when this action becomes apparent. At times, debris and grime can attach to the front of the condenser, clogging up the airflow and producing bad cooling within your Volvo. If you are looking to repair and replace your vehicle with anything from Volvo Heater Core to Volvo Blower Motor, FCP Euro has the parts. FCP Euro's informed and expert call center team is reachable for any support or questions you may have. If you are not absolutely sure about which climate control part or component is needed to your Volvo, FCP has a widespread inventory for the Volvo brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all products, as well as our repeatedly 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 1-860-388-9001 to connect with our service friendly team.

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