Recall: more than 475,000 Teslas have to go to the workshop

Recall: more than 475,000 Teslas have to go to the workshop

Tesla is recalling more than 475,000 vehicles for workshops in the United States. Because of problems with cameras and trunk.

There are 475,000 vehicles Model 3 and Model S that have been sold in the United States. These are the vehicles that were sold between 2017 and 2020.

according to bloomberg
Exactly 356.309 Model 3 in need of repair. It is intended to solve this problem: the wiring harness for the reversing camera can be damaged by opening and closing the trunk. This then prevents the camera image from being displayed,

So die the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

With the Model S there are 119,009 copies to go to the workshop,

As the NHTSA writes.
The affected vehicles were manufactured from 2014 to 2021. The front trunk lock on these Model S vehicles is faulty. This can cause the front hood to open unexpectedly.

Tesla fixes both of these shortcomings for free to owners.

In China, Tesla had to recall more than 285,000 vehicles in 2021 to fix a software problem.

In the past few weeks, Tesla made negative headlines with a software update that allowed drivers to play on the vehicle’s touchscreen while driving. Tesla has put an end to this annoyance with another software update:

Tesla is crying back – no more playing while driving.

It is currently unknown whether the Model S and Model 3 sold in Germany will also go to the workshop. Feather

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German-language Tesla website for callbacks
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