If your Volvo vehicle is needing its clutch replaced, the price estimator at Autobutler shows the average price for Volvo clutch replacements recently undertaken at Autobutler.
Volvo were founded in 1927 in Sweden and are now owned by the Chinese automotive group Geely. At the forefront of automotive safety engineering since their founding, Volvo developed the three-point safety belt which is now fitted as standard in all motor vehicles.
Volvo offer a broad range of models from estate cars such as the V70 to the executive S60. 2014 saw record sales for Volvo with almost half a million vehicles sold globally with strong growth in both China and Europe.
Unfortunately as your Volvo vehicle ages, it may require the replacement of various parts. Your Volvo’s clutch is in almost continuous use, being an integral component in the transmission system. At some stage the clutch may need replaced and this is an easy and common job for most garages.
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The Autobutler price estimator lists the average price charged for recent Volvo clutch replacements undertaken at Autobutler.
If having viewed the price estimator you would like receive a more accurate quotation for your Volvo clutch replacement, then a quick and easy to do so is through Autobutler.
With a few simple clicks you will received three professional and bespoke quotations from garages local to you within 24 hours, allowing you to easily compare and choose the quotation that best suits you.
How do I know if I require a new clutch?
The clutch is a vital and essential component within your vehicle being in use almost constantly. Unfortunately there is no set life-span for a clutch, with driving style and driving environment being major factors on when your clutch may need replaced.
One of the main causes of clutch wear and tear is riding the clutch when your vehicle is stationary at traffic lights or in heavy traffic.
Warning signs of clutch problems include difficulty in changing gear and a noise or smell of burning when changing gear.
Your engine revs may increase and decrease randomly and that when you rev there is no noticeable increase in the speed of your vehicle. If you notice any of the warning signs then it is advisable to have a professional to look at your vehicle as quickly as possible.
How is the cost of a clutch replacement broken down?
Clutch replacement can be an expensive job to have undertaken on your vehicle, with the cost varying depending on the make and model of your vehicle and what the specific clutch issue is.
On some vehicles, clutch replacement also requires the flywheel to be replaced which can add a significant extra cost.
The bulk of the cost for clutch replacement is labour hours, with the remainder being parts and additional sundries.
As with most car repairs, it’s always wise to get a quotation from a number of garages and then compare them with the price estimator above.