Nearly 6000 of Tesla’s entry-level sedan and crossover models could have problematic brake bolts that may result in low tire pressure.
This story has been updated to add further details from NHTSA’s report as to the nature of the potential problem.
Tesla is recalling just under 6000 Model 3 sedans and Model Y crossovers for loose brake caliper bolts that might disassemble and cause low tire pressures. The recall affects model year 2019–2021 Model 3 and 2020–2021 Model Y vehicles.
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