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  1. Volvo Cars Myrtle Beach

    855 Jason Blvd
    Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    • Sales: (843) 626-3666
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We have the Auto Parts You Need for Your Volvo Repair in Myrtle Beach

Volvos are excellent vehicles that have the perks that motorists look for in a vehicle. They're great on fuel economy and filled with many comforts in the interior, complete with great safety attributes. However, like all cars, Volvo SUVs and sedans must undergo routine repairs and maintenance at some point.

When you're looking to replace components on your Volvo, you should shop at places with guaranteed high-quality parts. Whether they're built by the automaker or not is irrelevant. Your Volvo needs auto parts that'll hold up for years after they've been purchased. For that, Volvo Cars Myrtle Beach has everything that you're looking for.

Shop Common Auto Parts in Myrtle Beach

For either small or major repair work, here are some common parts that you'll find at our location:

Engine Gaskets

  • Engine gaskets are vital to keeping your engine's parts operating normally. You should check on them when you can, especially if you notice leakage coming from directly underneath where the engine rests. Gaskets should be switched more frequently than many other car parts and are made from materials that age quickly at high temperatures. Before you set out on your next morning drive in Myrtle Beach, give your engine a quick once-over for leaks around the gaskets. It could prevent stalls from happening when you least expect them.

AC Compressors

  • You're going to want to turn on your Volvo's air conditioning system at some point. When you do this, don't get caught by surprise to find that it doesn't work. A poorly-functioning AC is a good sign of a bad compressor and should either be repaired or replaced. You can find good compressors that keep the vehicle's interior temperatures at the desired level.


  • Battery quality has gotten a lot better over the years. However, if you've had a battery in your Volvo for three-to-five years, it might be time to get a new one. On the three-year mark, get your battery serviced to determine its viability. When the time comes for an upgrade, we'll make sure that your new battery meets the quality that you and your vehicle demand.


  • A Volvo's alternator, like those housed on all vehicles, is what keeps you powered when driving. If it were to go out suddenly, it could make the engine shut down, requiring a restart in the middle of driving. The first signs of a bad alternator are usually blinking headlights and interior lights. All of these problems can be avoided with a scheduled service, which we're always prepared to do for you.


  • Has your Volvo's engine been making lots of noise lately? It could be time for a muffler change or repair. Mufflers are also prone to rust. Let us have a look at your muffler when your engine gets unusually loud when you press on the accelerator.

Brake Pads

  • According to your driving habits, getting a new set of brake pads could be recommended after just 30,000 miles. But you probably won't have to worry until the 70,000-mile range. Regardless, it's still a great idea to have a professional inspect your brake pads for aging signs that warrant a replacement. For brake pad service and more, we'll get you taken care of.

Remember to tell us what services you request when bringing your Volvo to our service center in Myrtle Beach. We'll take a deep look at the parts most likely to wear down and those that other auto shops have neglected. But for the do-it-yourself car owner, our parts sold on the web ship in the same standard as what's displayed at our establishment.

Another option is to contact us prior for more information concerning parts and servicing appointment inquiries. We're ready to take care of your Volvo's needs when you are!