Car doors may suddenly open even if they appear to be tightly closed, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The issue has to do with faulty parts in the door latch mechanism that are likely to fail in extremely hot weather. NHTSA began the recall after receiving complaints from car owners.
Owners of affected vehicles will be contacted by January 24, 2020, and will then be able to bring their cars to Volvo dealers for repair. Dealers will replace all four door latches free of charge.
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