Volvo – UK Recalls Summary

Recent Volvo UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest Volvo UK authorized dealer.


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Recent Volvo UK Recalls

VOLVO XC40 (2017 – 2019) – THE STARTER MOTOR

on 13 December 2021

VOLVO XC40 (02/10/2017 – 18/04/2019) RECALL: Problem description: The starter motor may engage incorrectly, and this may lead to a noise … .

VOLVO XC60 (2019) – THE TURBO CHARGER

on 18 October 2021

VOLVO XC60 (05/02/2019 – 02/09/2019) RECALL: Problem description: The thrust bearing in the turbocharger may not be robust enough.

VOLVO XC90 (2019) – THE TURBO CHARGER

on 18 October 2021

VOLVO XC90 (05/02/2019 – 02/09/2019) RECALL: Problem description: The thrust bearing in the turbocharger may not be robust enough.


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Latests EU Rapex Volvo Recalls

  • Volvo XC40 Recharge (2021 – 2022)
    on 20 May 2022

    Damaged cables or connections on the accelerator pedal sensor because of corrosion may cause unintentional acceleration or no start condition, increasing ... […]

  • Volvo XC40 (2018 – 2019)
    on 25 December 2021

    The starter motor may fail, which can lead to noise or no engine start. The MY 2019 Volvo XC40 vehicles are ... . The post Volvo XC40 (2018 – 2019) appeared […]

  • Volvo V70 (2001 – 2008)
    on 8 November 2021

    The driver airbag may be defective. As a result, fragments of the inflator inside the airbag may project out when the ... . The post Volvo V70 (2001 – 2008) […]

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