Volvo recalling 6,000 cars in Ireland

Volvo recalling 6,000 cars in Ireland

Volvo is recalling 6,000 Irish cars over a faulty part that can cause the engine to catch fire.

The company is pulling back more than half-a-million cars around the world over the issue with a plastic engine intake that can melt and deform.

It says there have been no reports of any fires in Ireland but it is recalling the models as a precaution.

The company is writing to everyone affected and warning drivers to get in contact if they notice anything unusual about their engine.

    The affected models are:

  • S60
  • S80
  • S90
  • V40
  • V60
  • V70
  • V90
  • XC60
  • XC90

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