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Used Volvo Indicator Switch Stalks

All used Volvo Indicator Switch Stalks listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Volvo from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Indicator Switch Stalks

The Volvo indicator switch stalk is generally mounted on a car's steering column with the primary function of switching on the car's left or right turn indicator lights. They are designed to allow the driver to easily operate the indicator lights without having to remove their hands from the steering wheel.

 

On some Volvo indicator switch stalks there are additional buttons or switches for other car functions such as cruise control, horn or headlamp modes.

 

The Volvo indicator stalk switch is an electromechanical component; electronic switches and a mechanism for cancelling or switching off the indicator as the steering when is rotated.

 

The Volvo indicator stalk switch is generally maintenance and problem free although like all components can be prone to wear and tear and accidental damage. This can include failure of the cancellation mechanism or electrical faults due to burnt out switches of short circuits.

Volvo trivia

  • The Volvo V40 is considered the safest car ever made and has the highest score to ever been awarded by EuroNCAP.
  • There's a theatre in Ireland where the patrons all sit in seats from the Volvo S80 luxury saloon. A local Volvo dealer saw the seats being used at the launch of the S80 and asked Volvo if he could have some for his local theatre.
  • The Volvo 240 is considered the benchmark by which all car safety standards are set. The 240 is so well identified with driver, passenger, and pedestrian safety that the US government even purchased 24 of them just to test for themselves how safe they were.
  • A Volvo is always good for mileage, but the holder of the world record for best mileage is the 1966 Volvo 1800S, which clocked three million miles in 2013. Owner Irvin Gordon had bought the car in 1966.
  • To test the strength of their vehicles, Volvo puts them through rigorous tests, including using a machine in their Gothenburg lab that was designed to test how buildings cope in earthquakes.