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At Volvo Trucks, we have a long tradition of enhancing the value we deliver to our customers, starting with your initial purchase and continuing throughout the life of your truck. We know that every second of uptime equates to increased revenue and productivity. When you’re faced with downtime, our innovative and efficient aftermarket parts solutions will get you back on the road as quickly as possible.
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.
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).
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.
ELD. AOBRD. HOS. RODS. These acronyms are likely dominating your staff meetings as your fleet tries to figure out the best way to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Electronic Logging Device rule.