Recalls Dacia Logan, Volvo XC90

Recalls Dacia Logan, Volvo XC90


Although you probably will not notice, last week we did not publish the recalls because there were two affected models that we introduced today along with two more that have just been released.

The waters are calm as a result of the fact that not many cars are manufactured due to the absence of raw materials and microchips that we are experiencing, but we are sure that as soon as manufacturing is reactivated, we will return to our old ways.

Brand: Volvo

Name: XC60 and XC90

Production dates: 2020

Company recall code: R10098

Risk type: Injuries

There is a risk of turbo failure, which could damage engine parts and lead to a sudden stop.

The product does not meet the requirements established in the Regulation on the approval and market surveillance of motor vehicles and their trailers, as well as the systems, components and separate technical units intended for such vehicles.

Brand: Volvo

Name: V70 and XC70

Production dates: 2001 to 2008

Company recall code: R10136

Risk type: Injuries

The driver’s airbag may be faulty. As a result, inflator fragments into the airbag can project when the driver’s airbag is activated, causing injury to the occupants of the car.

Recall dacia Logan

Brand: DACIA

Name: Logan III

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Production dates: 2021/03/11 – 2021/05/11

Company recall code: 0DN3

Risk type: Injuries

Due to a specific software update error that can cause an unexpected reboot, the data communication module (DCM) may be damaged. As a result, it will no longer be possible to initiate an emergency call using the eCall system.

The product does not meet the requirements established in the Regulation on the approval and market surveillance of motor vehicles and their trailers, as well as the systems, components and separate technical units intended for such vehicles.

Brand: CITROËN

Name: C4 (C41)

Production dates: 20.10.2020 – 23.04.2021

Company recall code: HTP

The wheel hubs may not be tight enough to the rear axle, which can cause a wheel to come off the rear suspension crossbar. This could lead to a loss of control over the vehicle, increasing the risk of an accident.

Source | European Comission

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