2004-2005 Volvo XC90 models with electronics defects rectified

by Alex

The Volvo Car Corp has run into troubles in the US as safety regulators there announced they are investigating some SUV’s that the company has sold in the country. The SUV’s are under the scrutiny for some electronic defects that might be hampering the normal working of the head lights and the turn signals as these pose a serious risk of an accident waiting to happen.

But the scrutiny ended soon as all the defective models of the Volvo XC90s produced during the year 2004 and 2005 have been isolated. Going by the reports coming from NHTS, there have been several complaints about the intermittent dysfunction of the said components during city driving as well as highway speeds. Fortunately, the good news is there are no reports of crashes or injuries involving any of the cars with the defect in the electronic set up. All the defective components were replaced by changing the unit that controls these electrical parts. James Hope a Volvo spokesperson stated that, “We will provide all the information that NHTSA asks and we’ll work closely with the agency to make sure the issue is resolved.”

Source: 4wheelsnews

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