February 16, 2020

2016 Volvo XC60 recalled over fuse fault

2016 Volvo XC60 recalled over fuse fault

Current model Volvo XC60 could become stranded over fuse fault.

2016 Volvo XC60 recalled over fuse fault - the recall affects over one hundred XC60 vehicles sold in Australia.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is overseeing a recall of MY2016 models of the Volvo XC60.

Affecting a total of 108 vehicles sold in Australia, all affected vehicles are fitted with the Volvo four-cylinder petrol engine and automatic transmission.

The ACCC recall notice for the Volvo XC60 fuse fault recall says that the fuse for the starter motor may blow in a stop/start sequence.

If the starter motor fuse is blown, the vehicle will not be able to restart.

A letter will be sent to affected owners.

In other Volvo news; Volvo XC90 buyers opt for flagship variant and Volvo shows car info sharing system.

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