Volvo S60 Recalls
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 automatic engine stop and restart function may fail due to a fuse that blows for the starter motor.
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.
Excess coating of the underbody can result in rigid, icicle-like areas hanging from the undercarriage. Over time, this rough coating may damage the fuel lines, resulting in a fuel leak and increasing the risk of a fire.
Because of a wiring problem under the front seats, in the event of a crash, the front and/or side impact airbags may not deploy as expected.
Vehicles equipped with the optional spare tire and wheel kit have an incorrect tire pressure information label.
A fuel leak or complete disconnect may develop from one of the fuel line fittings. Fuel leaks always increase the risk of a fire. In the case of complete disconnect, the engine may stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
Due to loss of fuel pressure, the engine may hesitate or stall with the fuel level below the 1/4 mark. This condition increases the risk of a crash.