Volvo says recalls 42,000 trucks from U.S. market


STOCKHOLM, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Sweden's Volvo said on Thursday that it had decided to recall 42,000 trucks of its Volvo VN and VHD model in the U.S. market due to a possible fire risk from pipes leaking hot gases into the engine. The company said in a statement it had discovered that the inlet pipes on the exhaust gas recirculation system may crack or break. It said that if the pipes were not repaired or replaced then components in the engine compartments may be exposed to hot exhaust ...

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