Volvo is recalling its S60 cars that were launched in the period from 2011 to 2012
The Volvo Company has begun notifying its owners of S60 models, which were launched in the period from 2011 to 2012.
Recall is caused by a defect of oil pressure gauge. Recalled vehicles are equipped with the five-cylinder powertrain, which specific code of engine you may know at the dealership rooms or directly connect the automaker.
Only 30,929 cars are expected to be called in the U.S. market.
The manufacturer’s representative announced that the oil pressure gauge alerts of a low pressure of oil. If there is the fault in the oil pressure gauge that cannot alert of low pressure, a drive will not know about it and this fault may lead to an accident while driving.
As we have already said, the auto manufacturer started to notify all owners of affected cars. If you have the Volvo S60 of 2011-2012 model years, you have immediately to drive to the Volvo’s dealership rooms or the brand’s service center, where the car gets updated software. Certainly, this repairing is free of charge to affected cars.
Contact the Volvo dealer at your city or the National traffic safety administration.
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