Volvo is recalling 19,000 vehicles in the US for a seat belt problem

Volvo has announced that it is recalling 19,149 of its vehicles in the United States due to a seat belt problem. These come from the Swedish company’s supplier, AutoLiv, with the auto-locking retractor not manufactured to specifications. The seat belt retractor is responsible for locking it in the event of a sudden stop of the car.

According to the recall, this problem has an effect, the lock function used to securely fasten the child restraint system could be deactivated early. This increases the risk of injury to the child seat in the event of a collision.

The recall concerns the XC40 (manufactured between 1 December 2020 and 25 March 2021), the V60 (manufactured between 23 November 2020 and 6 July 2021), the XC60 (manufactured between 23 November 2020 and 21 May 2021), the S60 (manufactured from 1 December 2020 to 28 July 2021), the V60 CC (manufactured between 24 November 2020 and 16 February 2021), the V90 (manufactured between 7 January 2021 and 28 April 2021), the V90 CC (manufactured manufactured between 4 January 2021 and 4 May 2021) and the XC90 manufactured between 19 November 2020 and 29 June 2021.

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