Almost 10,000 Volvo SUVs and 5,000 Dacias Logan have to be serviced (week 43/21)

This week recalls:
– Volvo XC60 and XC90 – turbo
– Dacia Logan – eCall
– Citroen C4 – wheel hubs

Three recalls for four models of three manufacturers were announced via Rapex in the 43rd week of 2021.

Citroen, Dacia and Volvo have one recall each – see table at the end of the article.

Volvo recalls its two SUVs, the XC60 and XC90, back to dealerships. A possible turbocharger failure could lead to loss of power and oil leaks. In the worst case, engine parts could be damaged. Worldwide, the recall affects 9,864 vehicles built between May and August 2020.

Dacia recalled the new Sandero a week ago, and this week the Logan appears on the list. Due to a specific software update error that can cause a short reset, the Data Communication Module (DCM) may become damaged. As a result, it will no longer be possible to initiate an emergency call using the eCall system with the nearly 5,000 Logans built at the Pitesti factory between 11 March 2021 and 11 May 2021.

Citroen is searching for 19 C4 model vehicles on which the wheel hubs may not have been tightened sufficiently at the production line. This may cause a wheel to detach from the rear suspension crossbar and lose control over the vehicle, increasing the risk of an accident. The vehicles in question were manufactured between October 2020 and April 2021.

Details on this week’s recalls can be found in the table below.

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Recalls announced in the 43rd week of 2021

Make, Model (years) Problem
Citroen C4 (2020 – 2021) The wheel hubs may not be sufficiently tightened to the rear axle.
Dacia Logan (2021) It will no longer be possible to initiate an emergency call using the eCall system.
Volvo XC60 (2019) There is a risk of turbocharger breakdown.
Volvo XC90 (2019) There is a risk of turbocharger breakdown.


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