Tesla recalls more than 15,000 vehicles in Australia over faulty headlights

More than 15,000 Tesla vehicles are being recalled in Australia due to faulty taillights. About it writes The Guardian.

According to the publication, this affects 15,914 Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles sold in Australia in 2022. Defective flashlights “may increase the risk of an accident resulting in serious injury or death.” This is the second Tesla recall in just two weeks and the third this month.

It clarifies that the company’s latest problem in Australia was related to a software bug affecting the taillights, but there were no problems with brake lights, reversing lights and indicators.

“Due to a software bug, the rear lights on one or both sides may not light up properly.” told the department.


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