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If you need a new part for your truck we can help you find it - even if it isn’t listed on our website. We can work off vehicle registration or chassis number if you don't have the part number, simply get in touch and let us know what you need.
Volvo Clutch Parts
Have clutch issues on your Volvo truck? Unlike needing a mirror or body panel replacement, your truck’s clutch is crucial to the operation of your HGV. This is why we’re proud to offer delivery options as speedy as same-day so that you don’t need to wait around for your replacement part and can get your commercial truck back in full operation again as fast as possible.
Don’t be deceived if the replacement part you want isn’t listed - we can help you determine an exact replacement and source it for you. Volvo clutch spare parts are in high demand so often we don’t get a chance to list them but we’re always happy to help if you give us a call.
Volvo has a reputation for producing great-handling HGVs & trucks. But, as with most things in life, and especially with a commercial vehicle, the condition of various parts will deteriorate over time as you rack up miles. Correct truck maintenance requires frequent reviews of overall lorry driving performance, especially in areas such as break performance, to determine any potential problems and spot what needs replacing before any damage happens.
Volvo HGV Clutch Part FAQS
I need a new clutch part for my Volvo truck, but I don’t know the part number?
In the instance that you need a new clutch element but aren’t sure of the exact part number, we encourage you to call us so that we can help you to identify the correct part using your vehicle registration or chassis number.
How long do Volvo truck clutches last?
In general, vehicle clutches are designed to last around 65,000 miles, although this figure varies hugely from vehicle to vehicle, and also depends on how the vehicle has been driven - so this figure is just an indication. You should closely monitor changes in your truck performance to check for early signs that your clutch is failing. These include your truck clutch feeling sticky when pressed, making a strange squeak or grumble, difficulty shifting gears and/or accelerating, as well as a brief loss of acceleration when driving.