The orange indicator light in the shape of an engine came on today after 4 months of ownership. Seattle Volvo says soonest they can get me in is 9 days out. The appointment clerk suggested it might be a loose gas cap. I told her that the vehicle does not have a gas "cap". She said it was ok to drive unless it was making funny noises or running irregularly. Gee I feel so much better! Any thoughts on what this could be? I'll post the diagnosis when i get it, but I'm not enthused to have a service issue after such a short time. Seems to validate the Consumer Reports reliability ratings.
Maybe they will have the rear liftgate struts for that Recall replacement when it gets serviced next week. Not holding my breath.
(I should add that I *love* the look and feel and drive of my XC60. I was just hoping that it would not be in the shop so soon for two different issues. My last 2 cars were Nissan Muranos and neither of them EVER had an issue that required a trip to the dealer (normal mtc excepted). I bought an XC90 its first model year and it was troublesome as well, but I like the brand so much I came back to it with the '19 xc90. Hoping these early issues are not indicative of a trend.)
UPDATE: Took the car to dealer today for this issue and to have the liftgate struts replaced per the recall. The diagnosis for the check engine / ECS light was "Code indicates small evap leak. Smoke tested EVAP system, found leak at fuel filler pipe. Replaced fuel filler pipe. Downloaded total car software upgrade to insure latest ECM software".
From comments here, this could well become its own recall issue. But it was an easy fix and not a problem that was causing any big issues.