Tesla recalled thousands of models after a problem with seat belts and brakes, the CNBC.

The recall took place in two phases, with a total of 5,530 Tesla Model 3s manufactured between 2018 and 2020 and Tesla Model Ys manufactured between 2019 and 2021 becoming affected. In the case of the Model 3, which is already available in Hungary, it was revealed that the seat belt was not properly fastened to the B-pillar in the front seats. The owners of 2166 Tesla Model Ys were notified as part of the second recall, as the 2019-2021 vintage models may not have the rear seat row left and right seat belt retractors properly secured.

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He also mentions CNBC, and in an earlier article he addressed the fact that Tesla employees claim that car software is frequently updated to meet user needs. Workers also spoke about the fact that they were not given enough time to perform their duties properly during vehicle assembly.

In a statement posted on the U.S. Department of Transportation’s safety website, Tesla drew attention to the problem that abnormal noise from seat belts could indicate the problem. The electric car manufacturer noted that the problem stems from the fact that the safety belts were not always properly fastened by their staff or were not checked thoroughly enough after assembly. The brand claims the problem has so far not led to an accident.

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Another problem has recently been discovered with these two types: potentially loose caliper bolts have been identified in 5,974 cases, the news reported to the Carscoops. This can cause a loss of pressure in the tires, which can also affect vehicle performance and safety. And a few weeks ago, Tesla was forced to pay millions in damages to its Norwegian customers after a software update reduced the range of more than one Model S.