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Volvo Recalls 27K Vehicles

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Jan. 24, 2023—The National Highway Traffic Administration has announced a recall pertaining to Volvo, according to KIRO 7. 

The recall impacts over 27,000 vehicles made by the automaker. The reason for the recall revolves around a diagnostic error "that could cause a loss of the antilock brake system, electronic stability control and traction control," according to the NHTSA as reported by KIRO 7. 

The following vehicles are impacted by the recall with 2023 model years: S60, V60, V60CC, V90CC, XC60, XC90, XC40 and C40. Volvo will send over-the-air software updates to fix the problem for free. Vehicle owners will be notified around March 15, 2023. 


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