STOCKHOLM, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Volvo Cars, owned by Ford Motor Co , is asking 71,000 car owners to bring in their vehicles to check for petrol leaks into the engine compartment, the company's spokesman said on Saturday. Volvo, known for its safe family car image, had received reports of driveability problems due to such leakages, spokesman Bo Larsen told Reuters. He said Volvo was recalling all its 2003 and 2004 models of the V40 and S40 type, most of them sold in the United States, ...
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