Tesla Recalls 11000 Model X SUVs

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While the company is quick to confirm no incidents related to this fault have been reported, Tesla says a "small number" of Model X vehicles may need cables for the second row "fold-flat" seats adjusted. Owners can stake their cars to a Tesla Service Center if they prefer. Today, the automaker issued another for about 11,000 Model X's released a year ago, this time for the second-row seats.

The letter has indicated that it is still "no issues" driving the Model X SUVs but customers' were told to avoid sitting in the second row left and centre seating positions at the same time until it has been ascertained that the issues to the cables are non-existent. Tesla has not received reports of any issues or accidents relating to the problem, it said.

The recall affects Tesla Model X vehicles across the globe, and if your auto is on the list then you should have already been notified by the firm - if not you might need to check your spam folder and missed calls list, just to be sure.

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According to Tesla, that recall was initiated after the seats failed a strength test in the European Union. This is why company started to recall tools. We can address 100% of these repairs via mobile service, and you will have the choice to do that or to bring in your vehicle to a Service Center.

Our records show that you own a Model X affected by this voluntary recall. The fix is an inspection and an adjustment.

The recall affects Model X units produced from 28 October 2016 through 16 August 2017. The issue was discovered during an internal testing.