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Volvo recalls 4 car models in Vietnam

Models S90, V90, XC60, XC90 produced 2019-2020 with the number of 583 vehicles are recalled to replace the fuel pump fuse type 15A to 20A.

The Vietnam Register has approved Volvo’s recall request for the S90 T6 AWD Inscription, V90 Cross Country T6 and T5 AWD models, XC60 T6 AWD Inscription, XC90 two versions of T6 AWD and Excellence. The summoning period starts from July 31, 2021, lasts one year.

A model XC90 T6 in Hanoi. Photo: Minh Quan

Vehicles that are subject to the recall produced in the period January 2019-4/2020. The recall related to Volvo’s fuel pump fuse replacement has 85,500 vehicles globally, 583 vehicles in Vietnam alone.

Regarding the cause of the recall, a representative of Volvo Vietnam’s technical department said that in some cases when the vehicle is in operation, the amperage passing through the fuel pump fuse type 15A exceeds the permissible level (too load), the fuse tripped, resulting in the fuel pump being stopped, the vehicle stopped or unable to start. Accompanied by a message will be displayed on the DIM (Driver Information Module) driver information screen.

The company also further recommends that, if customers use a Hybrid vehicle (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), they can safely stop or continue driving when there is enough battery voltage left. Then take the car to an authorized dealer for inspection.

The recall program applies not only to genuine distribution vehicles imported by Sweden Auto, but also to vehicles distributed by other units that have roamed to Vietnam, provided by Volvo Cars Corporation (Sweden). ). Vehicles are checked and fuse changed free of charge at authorized Volvo dealers nationwide with a period of about 1 hour/vehicle.

Pham Trung


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