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Volvo Power Train Problems

Volvo owners have reported 800 power train related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the most common problems related the power train of Volvo vehicles. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's automatic transmission (216 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's power train (153 problems).

Statistics of Power Train Related Problems of Volvo Cars:

Problem Category Number of Problems
Automatic Transmission problems
216
Power Train problems
153
Transmission Failure problems
117
Transmission Gear Slipping problems
55
Automatic Transmission Control Module problems
35
Power Train Driveline problems
16
Driveshaft problems
15
Transmission Noise problems
15
Transfer Case problems
15
Manual Transmission problems
12
Axle Assembly problems
11
Transmission Not Engage problems
10
Transmission Not Go Into Gear problems
10
Noises During Shifting problems
10
Vehicle Shudder problems
9
Clutch problems
9
Transmission Fluid Leaking problems
9
Transmission Solenoid problems
8
Automatic Transmission Cooler problems
7
Automatic Transmission Park/neutral Start Switch problems
7
Differential Unit problems
7
Automatic Transmission Floor Shift problems
6
Universal Joint problems
6
Transmission Stuck In Gear problems
5
Clutch Pedal/linkage problems
5
Transmission Slip Out Of Gear problems
5
Axle Shaft problems
4
Axle Hubs problems
3
Transmission Shudder problems
3
Transmission Gear Indicator problems
3
Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems
3
Manual Transmission Floor Shifter problems
2
Constant Velocity Joint problems
2
Automatic Transmission Column Shift problems
2
Automatic Transmission Gear Indicator problems
2
Manual Transmission Shift Pattern Indicator problems
1
Axle Banjo Housing problems
1
Manual Transmission Lubricant problems
1

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