Volvo Recalls 20,000 Cars
Swedish car maker Volvo Cars has issued a recall for 20,000 cars, most of them in the United States, de to faulty wiring which can cause the engine to shortcircuit.
Volvo said the models affected were the four-door sedan S80 and the XC90 suburban utility vehicle. It recalled 10,300 cars in the United States, 1,000 in Britain, 500 in Germany and 300 in Sweden. The others were spread out across other markets.
Volvo said that owners of the affected cars would be contacted by mail and offered repairs free of charge.