Tens of thousands of Teslas have been recalled due to problems with the braking system

The problem potentially affected 54,676 vehicles

NHTSA has announced a recall of certain 2021-2023 Tesla Model X vehicles due to problems with the braking system. The electronics may not be able to detect low brake fluid levels, causing the system to not alert the driver.

The potential number of affected Model X units is 54,676 units produced in 2021, 2022, and 2023, according to the agency. Although no accidents or injuries have been reported due to this problem, driving a vehicle with low brake fluid levels can potentially reduce braking performance and increase the risk of an accident.

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Tens of thousands of Teslas have been recalled due to problems with the braking system

Tesla says the solution to this problem is a simple over-the-air software update, which has already been released. This update (2023.32.7 or later) adjusts the threshold range of the vehicle controller so that it can correctly detect low brake fluid levels.

Although the issue has now been resolved, owners of affected Tesla Model X models will still be notified of the situation by letter.

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