The air bags mounted in the sides of the front seats may not deploy when needed in an accident due to a failure of the igniters within the air bag assemblies. This would increase risk of occupant injury in a crash.
The front passenger seat belt buckle may separate from the buckle bracket. This would make the passenger not properly restrained in an accident, and could lead to injury.
The drain hose for the air conditioning system that routes water condensation outside of the vehicle may leak inside the vehicle. Excessive water drainage into the passenger compartment may adversely affect air bag deployment in the event of a crash, which would increase risk of injury.
The operation of the sunroof as built includes a feature where the roof panel can be closed with one touch operation, automatically. Because of how the switch is mounted in the overhead console, it can be triggered accidentally. If this occurs, it could cause injury to occupants if they are in the way of the sunroof panel as it closes.
The automatic engine stop and restart function may fail due to a fuse that blows for the starter motor.
The side curtain air bags that protect the third row passengers may not inflate fully upon deployment. This could increase risk of injury in an accident.
The front side impact air bags mounted inside the front seats may not deploy as needed in an accident. This could result in increased risk of occupant injury.
Engine damage and/or stall condition could occur because the driver may not be warned of a low engine oil pressure condition.
An electronic module that controls the operation of the headlights and signals as well as the wipers may malfunction, resulting in the wipers staying on continuously, and the lights not working.
Volvo has recalled and repaired nine vehicles prior to their sale because portions of the airbag system may deploy unexpectedly.