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2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Volvo S60, S60 AWD, S60 FWD
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$180.99
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$383.51
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2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Volvo S60, S60 AWD, S60 Cross Country, S60 FWD
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$498.89
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2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Volvo S60, S60 AWD, S60 FWD
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2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Volvo S60, S60 AWD, S60 Cross Country, S60 FWD
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$69.99
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$106.99
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2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Volvo S60, S60 AWD, S60 FWD
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$97.99
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$383.50

Based on industry averages you can expect to pay between $69.99 and $180.99 for a Volvo S60 blower motor.

The Volvo S60 blower motor is a component of the car's heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. It is responsible for pulling air into the HVAC system, which then passes over the heater core or evaporator to provide warm or cool air to the interior of the car. The blower motor can be found inside the HVAC housing, usually behind the glove compartment, and is powered by an electric motor.

The lifespan of a Volvo S60 blower motor can vary depending on the usage and maintenance of the vehicle. However, on average, a blower motor can last up to 100,000 miles or more before it needs to be replaced. It is recommended to have the blower motor checked regularly during routine vehicle maintenance to ensure it is functioning properly.

Signs of a Faulty Volvo S60 Blower Motor

Here are some common signs of a faulty Volvo S60 blower motor:

  1. No air coming from the vents: If there's no air coming from your car's vents, it could mean that the blower motor has failed.
  2. Weak airflow: If the air from your car's vents is weak or doesn't blow as hard as it used to, it could indicate a blower motor problem.
  3. Unusual noise: If you hear unusual noises coming from your car's HVAC system, such as squealing, grinding, or rattling, it could suggest a blower motor issue.
  4. Inconsistent fan speed: If the fan speed is inconsistent, such as the fan turning on and off without any prompting, the blower motor may be malfunctioning.
  5. Burning smell: A burning smell coming from your car's vents could be due to a malfunctioning blower motor that's overheated.

If you observe any of these signs, it's advisable to get your Volvo S60 inspected by an experienced mechanic who can diagnose the problem and recommend suitable action.

Volvo S60 Blower Motor - Post-Installation Tips

Here are the steps that should be followed after installing a new Volvo S60 blower motor:

  1. Reconnect the battery: Before starting any work on your vehicle, make sure you disconnect the battery to ensure that the electrical system is not active. After you finish the installation, reconnect the battery.
  2. Reinstall the dash components: Once the old blower motor has been removed, you will need to reinstall the various dashboard components such as the trim pieces and HVAC controls.
  3. Install the new blower motor: The new blower motor should be installed in the same location as the old one. Make sure all connections are properly secured and tightened.
  4. Test the new blower motor: After installing the new blower motor, turn on the HVAC system and test it for operation. Make sure the blower motor works as intended and there are no unusual noises or vibrations.
  5. Check for leaks: When the blower motor is replaced, the system may have been drained of coolant or refrigerant. Check for leaks in the system and refill as needed.
  6. Verify the climate control system functions: Once the blower motor has been installed and tested, you will need to verify that the climate control system functions properly. Check for proper cooling and heating, and make sure the fan speed can be adjusted correctly.
  7. Final inspection: Finally, do a final inspection of the installation to make sure everything is properly secured and fastened.

Buying a Volvo S60 Blower Motor Online

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We understand that maintaining your vehicle can be time-consuming and expensive, which is why we strive to make the shopping experience as easy and affordable as possible. Our prices are competitive and we offer a range of options to fit any budget.

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When you shop at AutohausAZ for your Volvo S60 blower motor parts, you can trust that you are getting high-quality parts from a company that cares about your satisfaction. Let us help you keep your vehicle running smoothly for years to come.

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