Tesla has issued recalls for nearly 1.1 million vehicles because the automatic window reversing system may not react correctly after detecting an obstacle. In other words, the fingers can be pinched with too much force before the window reverses direction. Vehicles covered by the recall include some 2017-2022 vehicles Model 32020-2021 Model Yand 2021-2022 Model WILL and Model X vehicle.
Based on document posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “Closed windows can exert excessive force by gripping the driver or passenger before retracting, increasing the risk of injury.” Furthermore, “these vehicles do not comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 118,” Powered Window System “.”
The automaker will release an ongoing update to fix the problem. Vehicles manufactured after September 13, 2022 have received the updated firmware from the factory and are therefore not included in this recall.
The problem was found during a “manufacturing conformity test” that Tesla technicians conducted from August 19, 2022 to August 23, 2022. During their inspection , technicians found that the automatic window reversing system “had larger-than-expected changes in response to pinch detection.” Tesla was not aware of any injuries related to the reversing system. error automatically.