Volvo XC90 reportedly under NHTSA investigation for intermittent lighting failures
Fortunately, should the NHTSA issue a recall, the problem is a relatively easy fix. Regulators say that simply replacing a bad control module is enough to set everything working again. So far, there are no reports of similar problems occurring in any other Volvo models of similar vintage, but you can bet your eyes that the NHTSA will be taking a closer look at the company's line up from four years ago just to make sure.
[Source: Bloomberg via San Francisco Chronicle]
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