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Volvo Recalls 2014
A safety recall affected 7,767 Volvo S60, S80, XC60, and XC80 vehicles in the United States due to a software glitch that could cause headlights and turn signals to malfunction. The recall affects cars equipped with a keyless ignition system. (Source: The National Highway Transportation Safety Adminstration)
Other Volvo Recalls
Nearly 31,000 Volvo s60 sedans from the 2011 and 2012 model years were recalled after Volvo identified a problem with the car's oil pressure monitor. A defect could cause the oil pressure warning light to fail to light up. This problem was first detected by a mechanic who failed to add oil to the engine of a car before it left the service shop. (Source: The New York Times)
Though manufacturers like Volvo issue recalls voluntarily, they are required by law to notify the NHTSA within 5 days of identifying a possible recall issue. Even small parts such as bolts, brackets, and wiring can come under recall, as well as major systems such as transmissions, airbags, and ignition systems.
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