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Volvo recall

VOLVO is recalling 392 cars in the UK to fix a fault on a part on the cooling unit which could possibly ignite.

The models include XC90s, V70 estates, XC70s and the S60.

The problem is a lack of corrosion protection on the cover.

The fear is that in certain climates, moisture could seep through to the electrical parts and cause malfunction or a fire.

All owners have been notified.

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