Volvo Cars is calling back 71,000 ’03 and ’04 V40 and S40 models due to a possible fuel leak in the engine area. A company spokesman tells Reuters there have been no incidents of fires, and owners of the affected vehicles already have been notified of the problem and asked to bring their vehicles in to have a securing clamp installed. Affected vehicles were sold in the U.S., Sweden and the U.K.

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