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Tesla is recalling about 2.4 million vehicles

Tesla is recalling about 2.4 million vehicles

Tesla is recalling a total of about 2.4 million vehicles in the U.S. due to two separate problems.

The essentials in a nutshell

  • Electric car maker Tesla is recalling about 2.4 million vehicles.

  • The reverse camera fails in about 200,000 cars; In another 2.2 million vehicles, warnings for brakes, handbrakes and ABS are too small.

  • Bugs should be fixed through over-the-air updates (OTA).

Electric car maker Tesla is back in the headlines. Elon Musk's team recorded two recalls within a few days in the US.

“Chip” writes that nearly 200,000 electric models are being recalled due to a potential failure of the rear-view camera. It may simply fail.

Tesla is also recalling nearly 2.2 million vehicles because warnings about brakes, handbrakes and ABS are too small, “24Auto” writes. US guidelines state that the font should be at least 3.2 millimeters high.

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That's why the rear camera is important

As “Futurezone” explains, the automobile manufacturer has been using a “Full Self-Drive” (FSD) mode for years – a complete autopilot for an electric car.

For everything to work smoothly, all the cameras – including the rear-view camera – must work properly. Otherwise, it will have a significant impact on driver safety.

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These models are subject to recall

Among the 199,575 Tesla vehicles that the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is recalling, the following models are affected beginning in the 2023 model year:

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A software bug is apparently responsible for the failure of the rear view camera, since the malfunction only occurs in certain software versions, writes “Chip”. Versions in between are affected 2023.44.30 and 2023.44.30.6 Or 2023.44.1.

Tesla is planning a free over-the-air update (OTA) to fix this bug. in the name of “24V-035“The recall has been filed with NHTSA so affected vehicle owners should be notified.

However, in Germany, there are no recalls yet in the recall database of the German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KPA). However, there is a possibility of recall in this country as well in future.

Please call again because the font was too small

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  • Model S (model year 2012 to 2023)
  • Model 3 (2017 to 2023)
  • Model X (2016 to 2023)
  • Model Y (2019 to 2024)

Free over-the-air update (OTA) will also be done here. This reminder “24V051000“Led by NHTSA. A total of 2,193,869 models are affected.