Filed under: Sedan, Recalls, Safety, Volvo
The ever-conscious safety fanatics at Volvo have realized it’s unwittingly made a mistake on their 2007-2010 S80 sedans. It seems that the maximum permissible tire pressure information was printed incorrectly in the owner’s manuals and on the sticker pasted to the vehicles’ door jams. Worse, that same incorrect inflation data is hard-coded into the cars’ tire-pressure monitoring systems.
Volvo claims that it has never received any complaints on the issue and that it found the problem on its own. Naturally, though, the Swedish automaker is keenly interested in getting the problem rectified and will replace the incorrect manuals and stickers, and update the S80’s software to correct the tire-pressure monitoring system.
We’ve posted the recall information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration after the break. Owners are urged to call Volvo at 1-800-458-1552 or email customercare -at- volvoforlife.com for further information.
[Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration via Kicking Tires]
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