Volvo recalls have become extremely common over the past few years. The company has initiated at least six separate recalls since September 2016. Issues with their products cover a wide range of defects and include the following:
- Issues with the fuel pump in Volvo S60 sport sedan vehicles
- Issues with steering in Volvo XC90 and Volvo C30 vehicles
- Issues with fuel cut-off in Volvo S80, Volvo S60, Volvo XC70, and Volvo XC60 vehicles
- Problems with the seats in Volvo S60 and Volvo V50 vehicles
- Problems with navigation in Volvo V70 vehicles
- Problems with airbags in Volvo S80, Volvo XC70, Volvo XC60, and Volvo V70 vehicles
Recall Subject: Micro Gas Generator (MGG), a piece of the seat belt, may detach during an accident.
Vehicles Affected: 2017 XC90
Recall Date: August 7, 2017
Function Affected: The seat belt will operate properly during a crash, but the part could create a dangerous projectile if it detaches during a collision.
Recall Subject: Bolts that secure the airbag may break
Vehicles Affected: 2017 XC90, S90, and V90 Cross Country
Recall Date: April 1, 2017
Function Affected: If the bolts break, the airbag may deploy improperly during a crash.
Recall Subject: Side airbag indicators may fail to ignite during an accident
Vehicles Affected: 2017 S60 and S60 Cross Country, V60 and V60 Cross Country, and XC60
Recall Date: January 2017
Function Affected: The side airbags may fail to deploy if the indicator is not triggered.
Recall Subject: Seat belt buckle liable to detach from bracket
Vehicles Affected: 2016-2017 XC90, S90, XC60, V60 Cross Country, V60, S60 Cross Country, S60, and S60 Inscription
Recall Date: December 12, 2016
Function Affected: The seat belt may not adequately protect an occupant in the event of an accident.
Recall Subject: Drain hose for air conditioning may leak
Vehicles Affected: 2016-2017 Volvo XC90s and S90s
Recall Date: November 14, 2016
Function Affected: Excessive water in the passenger department can cause the airbag to fail to deploy during an accident.
As recalls arise, Volvo should notify vehicle owners and help them have the defective parts of their vehicles replaced. If you have any questions about the recalls listed above, contact Volvo customer service by calling 1-800-458-1552.
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