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Car-Safety Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158000 Vehicles – The Wall Street Journal

NHTSA actions would affect certain Model S and Model X vehicles; agency has concerns about touch screen

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Federal regulators are asking Tesla Inc. to recall about 158,000 vehicles over safety concerns in what would amount to one of the biggest safety actions by the electric-vehicle maker.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asked Tesla in a Jan. 13 letter to recall some Model S luxury sedans and Model X sport-utility vehicles. NHTSA asked for the recall because the cars touch screens can fail after a few years of use, affecting safety functions such as defogging and back-up cameras.

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