Tesla Recalls 53,000 Model S and Model X Vehicles for Parking Brake Issue

 Parking Brake Recall for Tesla Model X Electric Vehicles

Tesla Inc., is recalling 53,000 vehicles due to a potential issue with the parking brake.

Specifically, the Palo Alto, California-based EV manufacturer reports that the parking brake on certain Model S and Model X vehicles may get stuck in the “on position” due to a small gear that holds and operates the brake. When this happens, the driver is unable to release the brake or turn it off. The part was manufactured by a outside supplier, not Tesla.

The vehicles affected were manufactured between February and October of 2016, however, the automaker stated that roughly 5 percent of these vehicles will have the problem.

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Motorists who are grappling with ongoing problems with their Tesla or another vehicle, may be eligible for compensation under California and or Federal Lemon Laws.

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