Tesla – UK Recalls Summary

Recent Tesla UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest Tesla UK authorized dealer.


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Recent Tesla UK Recalls

TESLA MODEL 3 (2019 – 2021) – THE FRONT SUSPENSION

on 24 December 2021

TESLA MODEL 3 (03/01/2019 – 20/04/2021) RECALL: Problem description: The front suspension lateral link may be insufficiently torqued.

TESLA MODEL Y (2020 – 2021) – THE FRONT SUSPENSION

on 24 December 2021

TESLA MODEL Y (07/03/2020 – 04/06/2021) RECALL: Problem description: The front suspension lateral link may be insufficiently torqued.

TESLA MODEL 3 (2018 – 2020) – THE SEATBELT D RING

on 26 May 2021

TESLA MODEL 3 (06/06/2018 – 21/03/2020) RECALL: Problem description: The front seatbelt top loop may not be secured correctly.


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Latest EU Rapex Tesla Recalls

  • Tesla Model 3 (2017 – 2021)
    on 15 April 2022

    At high speeds, the air inlet between the bonnet and the radiator grill causes vibrations in the hood. This can result ... . The post Tesla Model 3 (2017 – […]

  • Tesla Model S (2014 – 2021)
    on 15 April 2022

    At high speeds, the air inlet between the bonnet and the radiator grill causes vibrations in the hood. This can result ... . The post Tesla Model S (2014 – […]

  • Tesla Model Y (2020 – 2021)
    on 3 April 2022

    Incorrectly manufactured steering knuckles may break or become deformed or break and the suspension arms could become detached from them, resulting ... . The […]

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