A total of 99 vehicles may have missing nuts in the front seat rail, which could compromise the vehicle's crash protection.
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Volvo Car Australia has issued a recall for certain examples of the 2018 and 2019 model-year S90 and XC60, over concerns of a missing nut in the front seat rails.

The Swedish marque reports if the nut is indeed missing, the seat structure and position may be unstable in the event of an accident, and could deform as a result.

If the condition occurs, Volvo says a greater risk of injury is posed to occupants of the vehicle.

Affected S90 and XC60 vehicles were sold from 1 August 2017 through 26 March 2019 – a VIN list is available here.

Owners are advised to contact their local dealer to have their vehicle inspected, and to have any missing nuts rectified.