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Tesla asked to recall 158,000 cars for failing displays – The Verge

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has asked Tesla to recall Model S sedans from 2012-2018 and Model X SUVs from 2016-2018 that use a specific RAM…

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The bricked screens can cause crashes, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has asked Tesla to recall some 158,000 Model S and Model X vehicles that could suffer from failing display consoles, according to a letter published by the agency on Wednesday. The failures of the so-called media control units in these vehicles can sever the owners access to their vehicles backup camera, climate controls, and Teslas…

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