Car has 170000. I have had it for 7 years off a lease. Serviced religiously at the dealer.Have all the records Developed a drone like noise and vibration in steering. Dealer had it for 25 days...replaced rotors/3times, rebuilt front and rear ends, replaced tire, replaced pads, replaced coil in distributer, replaced fuel pump..and they didn't even take me to dinner. I called Volvo corp. in North Jersey. Advised me to take it to another dealer. I think it may be the power train. What would that costto repair/replace?? I didn't want to get in to a car payment right now but Ialso need to know the vehicle is safe. I'm on the road for my job.
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2000 Volvo V70 XC Question: vibration in steering with drone noise in powertrain
Answer #1Bret Bodas from RepairPal Test Shop, October 07, 2010, 22:22Master
"Power Train" is a general term that encompasses the transmission and drive axles so an estimate is hard to give.
Can you explain when this noise/vibration occurs? What conditions? Vehicle speed, engine speed, what gear your in etc.
Answer #2cbcmd December 11, 2010, 18:16Rookie
did you get your car fixed? Have you checked your brake rotors? and if you turn the wheel slightly does the noise stop?