Electric car maker Tesla Has voluntarily reclaimed certain Model 3 and Model Y units manufactured in the last three years and states that there is a potential problem with the brake caliper bolts. According to Electrek’s report, the recall applies to Model 3 units manufactured between December 2018 and March 2021 and Model Y units manufactured between January 2020 and January 2021. ..
The company emails US owners of affected vehicles and asks them to schedule an appointment with the nearest Tesla service center for inspection of brake caliper bolts. If a discrepancy is found, the outlet will fix the problem at no additional cost.
According to a copy of an email posted on Twitter by the Tesla owner, the brake caliper bolts on certain vehicles are not fixed according to the required specifications and may loosen. In rare cases, the brake caliper may come into contact with the inner surface of the wheel rim, preventing the wheel from moving freely. This can also cause anomalous noise from the wheel as it rotates.
However, the company said it was unaware of any conflicts or injuries associated with the issue. We also apologize for any inconvenience caused. Tesla has not specified the exact number of vehicles that are part of the recall.
The· Last major recall Tesla’s vehicles took place in February, and the company agreed to recall 134,951 vehicles in the United States with defective touchscreen displays. This recall affected the 2016-2018 model XSUV and the 2012-2018 model S sedan. Unlike the latest, this recall took place after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) requested an EV company.
https://auto.hindustantimes.com/auto/news/tesla-recalls-certain-model-3-model-y-units-due-to-issue-in-brake-caliper-bolts-41622453076142.html Tesla recalls certain Model 3, Model Y units due to brake caliper bolt issues