This page lists all Volvo vehicle recalls (except Volvo cars) launched since the beginning of 2010.
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The retaining bolts for the suspension spring lower mountings on the tag axle may fail. The worst scenario is that all bolts fail leading to the loss of suspension function and security of the tag axle, air suspension, shock absorbers, reaction rods and stabilizer bar.
Volvo are recalling the vehicles that are likely to be affected to replace the retaining bolts and add spacer sleeves to the tag axle suspension airbag lower mountings.
This recall affects 14 vehicles built between 01/01/2011 and 25/01/2011.
It is possible that the steering box to mounting bracket bolts maybe too long, which will cause the bolts bottoming out. Should this occur, it can result in the steering box working loose and if not rectified, possible detachment of the steering box.
Volvo are recalling all affected vehicle and check the steering box mounting bolts, if it is found that the incorrect bolts have been fitted, then the steering box will be removed and modified to accept the correct bolts and refitted using the correct bolts.
It has been identified that water can enter the engine bay, via the nearside air cleaner filter panel, and ingress into the top alternator. This can then cause the bearing to fail, which leads to an internal short circuit, and in extreme cases, possibly a fire.
Volvo are recalling affected vehicles and fit a water trap to prevent water ingress into the alternator.
This recall affects 1,600 vehicles.
The material of the steering arm bolts may not be to specification. As a result the bolts could crack and, if not rectified, the bolts could eventually fail totally causing loss of directional control.
Volvo are recalling the vehicles that are likely to be affected to replace the steering arm bolts.
This recall affects 318 vehicles (across all models).
This recall affects 294 vehicles (across all models).
Due to poor bonding, it is possible that the side air deflectors on the cab rear wall may become detached.
Volvo truck are recalling all affected vehicles to replace the air deflectors.
This recall affects 122 vehicles (across all models).
The brake pipe unions (Air Nipples) on the parking/hand brake system have been tightened above the specified torque setting. This could result in the unions failing and cause an unintentional deployment of the parking/hand brake.
Volvo are recalling all affected vehicles, where the unions will be replaced and the correct torque setting applied.
This recall affects 7 vehicles (across all models).
Under certain circumstances, there might be water ingress into the control unit of the overnight/parking heater, which may cause a short circuit. In extreme circumstances it may result in a fire.
Volvo are recalling affected vehicles to replace the control unit with a quality assured component.
This recall affects 6 vehicles (across all models).
Garmin have identified that it certain model Nuvi portable navigation products can be fitted with a specific battery and printed circuit board design can, under rare circumstances overheat. This could result in a unit fire.
Volvo are assisting Garmin by writing to all owners who may have these unit and requesting then to check their unit's serial number against information contained on Garmin's website. If an affected unit is identified, then return the unit to Garmin for the replacement of the battery.
This recall affects 2,100 units.