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Tesla to recall nearly 55,000 Model X vehicles for a bizarre reason, says US auto regulator

On Tuesday, the United States Automotive Regulatory Authority announced that Tesla will be conducting a recall of 54,676 Model X vehicles produced between 2021 and 2023. This action is prompted by concerns that the vehicle’s controller may fail to detect low brake fluid levels and fail to display a warning light.

In response to this issue, Tesla has taken corrective measures by releasing a free over-the-air (OTA) software update. The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) has reported this development.

The regulator added that the electric vehicle maker is unaware of any crashes, injuries, or deaths that may be related to this condition as of Oct. 10.

In August, NHTSA opened an investigation into 280,000 new Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles over reports of loss of steering control and power steering.

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