The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced the recall of more than 27,000 vehicles made by Volvo.
The automaker has recalled some 2023 vehicles because of a diagnostic error that could cause a loss of the antilock brake system, electronic stability control and traction control, the NHTSA said.
The following models are affected:
The company will send an over-the-air software update, free of charge to correct the issue.
Volvo will send letters to owners of affected vehicles around March 15, according to the NHTSA.
If you have questions, you can call Volvo customer service at 800-458-1552.
The recall number issued by Volvo is R10217.
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