Volvo S70 Starter Parts
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The average cost of a Volvo S70 starter is between $146.99 and $146.99.
The starter in a Volvo S70 starter is an electric motor responsible for turning the engine over when the ignition key is turned. It engages the flywheel ring gear and starts the engine's combustion process. If the starter is not functioning correctly, it can cause the engine to crank slowly or not at all. In some cases, a faulty starter may need to be replaced in order to restore proper operation of the vehicle.
Signs of a Faulty Volvo S70 Starter
Some of the most common signs of a faulty Volvo S70 starter include:
- Clicking sound: When you turn the ignition key and hear a clicking sound, it could indicate that the starter is faulty.
- Grinding noise: A grinding noise may suggest that the starter gear teeth are worn or the flywheel teeth are damaged.
- Slow cranking: If the engine cranks slowly, it could mean that the starter motor is not generating enough power to start the engine.
- Freewheeling: When you turn the key and hear no cranking at all, but only a whining or high-pitched sound, it could be an indication of a freewheeling starter.
- Smoke: Smoke coming from the starter could suggest that it's overheating, and there's an electrical problem.
- Engine stalls: If your engine stalls soon after starting, it could indicate that your starter motor can't provide sufficient power to keep the engine running.
- Dashboard lights dimming: If the dashboard lights dim when you turn the key, it could indicate that the battery is not charged adequately due to a faulty starter.
Steps for Testing Your Volvo S70 Starter
Here are the steps to test a Volvo S70 starter:
- Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Locate the starter which is typically found under the car, near the front of the engine.
- Clean the connections to ensure there is no rust or debris on the terminals.
- Check the wires for any visible signs of damage or wear.
- Use a wrench to remove the cables that connect to the starter motor.
- Use a multimeter to check the voltage at the solenoid wire (the smaller of the two wires going to the starter). It should show 12 volts when the ignition key is turned to the "crank" position.
- Check the voltage at the larger wire going to the starter motor while someone else turns the ignition key to the "crank" position. The voltage should be around 12 volts.
- Have someone turn the ignition key to the "crank" position. Listen for any noises such as grinding or clicking. The starter motor should spin up smoothly and without making any strange sounds. If it makes a grinding or whining sound, this could indicate a problem with the starter gear or the flywheel.
- If there is voltage but the starter motor does not turn over, it may be necessary to replace the starter motor.
- Reconnect the cables and negative battery cable when finished testing.
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