Following recalls this month by Nissan, Subaru, Ford, and Mazda, Volvo Car Group has issued a recall of a reported 507,000 vehicles globally because they could pose a fire risk. The recalled vehicles have a faulty engine component and affect a series of models from the company.

The recall affects the S60, S80, S90, V40, V60, V70, V90, XC60, and XC90 vehicles with a model year from 2014 to 2019. The vehicles have a 2-liter, four-cylinder diesel engine, Bloomberg reported.

Volvo discovered the issue during its own investigation. It said, “investigations have identified that in very rare cases the plastic engine intake manifold may melt and deform.” According to the company, a “localized engine bay fire may occur” in worst-case scenarios.

Stefan Elfstrom, a Volvo spokesman told the news outlet, it is “keen to fix the faulty vehicles as fast as possible and customers won’t incur any costs related to addressing the error,”

The company has not received any reports of accident or injury related to the recall and said that all customers will receive a letter notifying them about the recall. They should contact their local Volvo dealer for repairs.

Shares of Volvo stock were down 1.16 percent as of 10:20 a.m. ET on Monday.

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