NEW YORK – Despite disputing that a safety problem exists, Volvo Car Corp. says it will seek to find engineering solutions to cutting electromagnetic fields in the S60, V70 and S80. Originally, Volvo said that no changes were necessary because the electromagnetism measured 12-18 microtesla, a tiny amount the company contends. But after receiving a few hundred contacts from owners of the three models, VCC says it will make modifications to reduce the amount by a factor of 10. The matter ...
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