• Whether you’re looking for a replacement engine or injector, cylinder head or coolant pump, turn to Volvo Reman components for better performance, increased reliability and longer life for your Volvo truck.

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  • The Volvo drivetrain is much more than a collection of parts under your vehicle’s floorboard. It’s a fully integrated system of components that work together to achieve peak performance for your heavy-duty Volvo truck. And at the heart of that system is the Volvo I-Shift Automated Manual Transmission (AMT).

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  • Steering system problems can be a major annoyance. But a truck that shimmies, requires constant pressure to stay in the proper lane or won’t turn without effort isn’t just aggravating – it’s exhausting. And the extra energy it takes to control a truck with steering system issues puts more than a driver’s stamina at risk – it’s also a safety concern for everyone else on the road.

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  • Hard starts, rough idles, poor acceleration and decreased fuel economy – these are all signs that one of your engine’s fuel injectors may be failing. While it can be tempting to quickly replace just the poorly performing unit, that strategy may end up costing you more in the long run.

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  • If you haven’t made the move to Volvo VDS-4.5 Engine Oil yet, there’s no better time than the present. Not only is this leading-edge oil – first introduced in 2016 – our factory fill, but it’s also growing in popularity throughout the aftermarket. Here are a few reasons why.

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  • It used to be that a highway collision or jobsite accident could leave your truck sidelined for months while replacement parts were ordered, built, shipped and then installed. But Volvo Trucks has found a way to streamline the crash repair process — and get your truck back on the road weeks sooner — with its Volvo Genuine Painted Parts Program.

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  • Torque rods may not be a pre-trip inspection item, but that doesn’t mean they can’t impact your safety scores. In fact, worn or broken torque rods — like all suspension violations — carry a seven-point severity rating, which can affect both the vehicle’s owner and its driver.

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  • For many years, there was only one type of coolant available on the market – conventional green. But thanks to improvements in antifreeze technology, you can now protect your engine with coolant that’s specially engineered for high-performance, exhaust gas recirculating (EGR) diesels.

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  • The benefits of automated manual transmissions (AMTs) are clear. Faster acceleration. Lower maintenance costs. A smoother ride. These are just some of the reasons why fleets and owner-operators alike are making the switch away from manual transmissions.

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  • Drum brakes have long been the standard for North American heavy-duty trucks. Not only are they initially less costly than other braking options, but recent advances in brake drum technology mean these tried-and-true standards can now run at lower temperatures and longer distances than the drums of just 10 years ago.

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