Tesla has issued back to recalls. The risk can be resolved with a software update of the Model X vehicle
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Tesla has issued back to recalls.
All Tesla stores and service centers have been notified of two separate recalls issued by the company, affecting approximately 30,000 Tesla Model X cars for the 2021 model years.
2023 In certain “low-speed” collisions the front passenger airbag systems have the potential to deploy incorrectly.
Current owners of Model X vehicles can fix the vulnerability with a free software update. Vehicles in production and pre-delivery containment received a firmware update that included the fix on November 15, the report said.
321,628 Model 3 vehicles for the 2023 model year and 2020-2023 Model Y vehicles have the ability to introduce reduced visibility in dark conditions.
According to the report, the problem was caused by the taillights coming on intermittently, which could cause the surge.
While the taillight recall may also be fixed via an “over-the-air” firmware update deployed by Tesla after the collision, reports say no injuries or deaths related to the recall have yet been reported.
Earlier this month, Tesla voluntarily recalled 40,000 vehicles that may have lost power steering. The recall, which involves 2017-2021 Model S and Model X vehicles, also requires a software update.
The October firmware release caused some vehicles to lose power steering when driving on rough roads. and pits. About 1% of recalled vehicles are reported to be defective.
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