Tesla Recalls All S Model S Cars Due To Single Time Seatbelt Issue In Europe : Tesla Recalls Every Model S Ever Sold Over Single-Time Seatbelt Issue In Europe. There is a shocking and bad news for all the share holders of Tesla car company. Tesla, leading electric car company and brand in style with technology has faced a little bit downfall in its value today. In today’s news the company reveals that they will recall every Model S sedan over a seatbelt issue which was uncovered in a single incident occurred in Europe.
Tesla Recalls All S Model S Cars
The recall by Tesla includes approx 90,000 cars and on that Tesla stated an email to their past customers which us clearly mentioned below in this article. Tesla said they didn’t catch any others Model S car with the same issue but still the recall is on and will lead to a positive ending.
Its not the first time of recall from Tesla. In 2014, the company recalled 29,000 Model S wall chargers. Owners of Model S cars have several options concerning how to get their car sorted, including the company’s own service centres.
Given below is the full email Tesla sent to its customers today:
We are sending you this email to inform you of a proactive action Tesla is taking to ensure your safety. Tesla recently found a Model S in Europe with a front seat belt that was not properly connected to the outboard lap pretensioner. This vehicle was not involved in a crash and there were no injuries. However, in the event of a crash, a seatbelt in this condition would not provide full protection. First and foremost, we care about your safety.
This is the only customer vehicle we know of with this condition. Even though we have since inspected the seat belts in over 3,000 vehicles spanning the entire range of Model S production and found no issues, we have decided to conduct a voluntary recall as a proactive and precautionary measure to inspect all front Model S seat belts and make absolutely sure that they are properly connected. (We have no concerns regarding seat belts in the rear of Model S.)
Our records indicate you own a Model S affected by this voluntary recall. We will be sending you an official recall notice by mail, but you don’t need to wait for this notice to schedule your free inspection.
You have two options for your inspection:
1) Use our online scheduling tool to book an appointment
2) Visit a Tesla Service Center
Locate your nearest service centre using the link below and call directly to book an appointment. You can email the service center team if this is more convenient for you, email addresses are listed on the Find Us page.
Alternatively, you can call 844-248-3752. By calling this number, you will automatically be routed to a local service center based upon the area code you are calling from. If you have a blocked number, or would like to reach a specific location, please dial the service center directly.
If you are concerned about the status of your seatbelt prior to your scheduled inspection, you may be able to detect this condition by pulling very firmly on the lap portion of your seat belt with a force of at least 80 pounds. This procedure may detect an improperly attached seat belt but performing this procedure does not replace the need for an inspection by a Tesla technician.
Thank you for your ongoing support. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.