Tesla Model 3 Recall Alert

Approximately 3.5 million vehicles have been recalled, impacting model years 2014-2018, for a weakening vacuum pump, resulting in reduced braking force.

Wait, that was General Motors, not Tesla.

Tesla’s recall affects just 89 vehicles, and not for anything actually related to the vehicles performance or safety. It has been discovered that approximately 89 Tesla Model 3 vehicles left the factory without the airbag warning sticker on the passenger sun visor.

Go and check your Model 3’s passenger visor. If you’re missing this sticker, you can visit a Service Centre the next time you’re near one, and they will inspect the visor and replace it if necessary, for free. I checked mine, and fortunately my family and I are safe as we are not one of the 89.

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