The Swedish based automaker Volvo has recently announced a recall for its 2014 model year lineup in the United States, because of a problem with the Central Electronic Module.
According to the car manufacturer, the 2014 Volvo models affected by this recall are the S60, S80, XC60 and XC70, and owners of these models will have to take a trip back to the dealers because of the Central Electronic Module. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that models with keyless ignition may have a problem with the Central Electronic Module and a warning light may appear on the instrument cluster when restarting the car after it has been in sleep mode.
The turn signals, high beam headlights, headlight switch and windshield wipers may not run continuously or may not work at all because of this problem. Volvo also says that the battery may be drained prematurely. A software upgrade will be made in order to fix the issue. A total of 7,767 units of the S60, S80, XC60 and XC70 models will be affected by this problem. All of them are from the 2014 model year. Owners may contact Volvo in order to find out more about this recall at 1-800-458-1552 or the NHTSA at 1-888-327-4236.