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09
Feb

Volvo to recall 140,000 cars in the U.S.

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a37The American NHTSA has recalled two different measures a total of over 140,000 Volvo sold in the U.S.. These pieces produced between 2001 and 2005 and 2009. All the cars in question are bound together by a problem in the system for supplying the fuel.

The vast majority of the vehicles in question (about 136,000) are S60, S80, V70, XC 70 and XC 90 produced in the first half of the decade and used in warmer areas of the country on these vehicles is a serious risk of rupture fuel pump (with consequent fuel leakage and possible fire hazard), aggravated by the use of gases of different qualities. This first recall campaign will be launched in January.

The second, on a much more limited (just over 5000) of XC 60 produced in 2009, refers instead to the protections of the pipes used for supplying the fuel, which can fall off leaving them exposed to possible damage. The recall campaign, like the previously mentioned, does not involve any burden on customers and will also be launched in January.

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