Volvo: 82.000 Cars Recalled

Sweden-based car manufacturer Volvo, is recalling 82.000 cars globally. 

The S40 and V50 models from 2004-2006 could have problems with fuel pump electronic modules.

In November, the company - a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company - pulled back 56.000 cars and in December, different technical concerns meant that 49.500 cars were added to the recall total.

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