Tesla Hall Withdrawal 2,791 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles are concerned that their front suspension may loosen the side link fasteners, potentially shifting wheel alignment and increasing the risk of accidents. Damaged vehicles are the 2019, 2020 and 2021 versions of the Model 3 and the 2020 and 2021 versions of the Model Y.
There is Tesla Notification The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration withdraws and plans to send a notification letter to affected owners on December 24th. The company will tighten or replace the free fasteners. The number for this withdrawal is SB-21-31-003.
It’s a long way from the first recall of Tesla’s book, and in the great planning of things, it’s a small one. Tesla has only issued a handful of withdrawals this year, including one In February Which has affected 135,000 vehicles in the United States and another In June 6,000 US vehicles affected. German regulators have issued an additional withdrawal of 12,300 Model XVs In February This year, cited trim-adhesive concerns. The problem seemed to be similar to the one that led to the recall of more than 9,000 vehicles in the United States At November 2020.
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