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Using the Service Label to Obtain the Correct Parts
The "Service Label" is attached to the body of every Volvo Sedan and Station Wagon. This label contains codes that identify the vehicle model and the type of body, chassis, engine, brake, fuel pump, clutch, alternator, and steering gear. Sometimes these codes are required by your Volvo Retailer Parts Manager to provide you with the correct Genuine Volvo Parts.

This label is on every Volvo and is located in a variety of places depending upon the year and model. Look for this label on the rear cargo/trunk area, on the door pillar, or inside the engine compartment on either a shock absorber tower or radiator support panel.

The codes assist in the correct identification of parts needed to complete maintenance or a repair. For instance, it is necessary to identify the type of brake calipers on the car to order brake pads. The code "1" or "2" on the Service Label identifies the type of calipers on the car.

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