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Volvo-XC90-recall-brake-assist
17 April 2020

Volvo XC90 (2019 – 2020)

The software of the Active Safety Domain Master (ASDM) might be incomplete. Consequently, oncoming obstacles could remain undetected and the Automatic … .

Volvo-XC90-2019-recall-intake-manifold-fire
15 December 2019

Volvo XC90 (2015 – 2019)

Due to an excessive build-up of carbon deposits in the intake system, the plastic engine intake manifold may melt and deform. … .

Volvo-XC90-2016-recall
18 August 2017

Volvo XC90 (2016)

Faulty crimping of the micro-gas generator for the seat belt tensioner in the third row of seats means that, in the … .

volvo-xc90-2017-recall
21 March 2017

Volvo XC90 (2016 – 2017)

The bolts that secure the inflatable curtain airbags in place may break, possibly resulting in the inflatable curtain airbag deploying improperly … .

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