Volvo is recalling 192 vehicles worldwide. In Germany, 20 vehicles are affected.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) and the car manufacturer Volvo have started a recall campaign for vehicles of the types V60CC, XC60 and XC90. Currently 192 vehicles are affected worldwide, 20 in Germany and 74 in the USA. , Investigations by Volvo Cars have revealed a possible problem with the steering gear, which is due to a manufacturing defect at the supplier. In rare cases, double screws were placed on top of each other in the screw assembly station. There is a risk that the steering wheel will lock if the screw falls into the gearbox housing.
These models are currently affected by the recall:
(worldwide: 192 vehicles; Germany: 20 vehicles; USA: 74 vehicles )
As a precaution Volvo will replace the steering box. The recall can be found at the KBA under reference number 012444 and at the NHTSA under case number 23V-001. The manufacturer code for the recall is R10213. ,
Volvo is recalling 192 vehicles worldwide. Volvo Cars investigation has revealed a possible problem with the steering gear.