First recall campaign for Tesla Cybertruck, issue with warning lights on screen too small!


Just a few months out of the factory, the Tesla Cybertruck is now facing its first recall campaign. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly 2.2 million Tesla vehicles built between 2012 and 2024 are being recalled due to issues with warning lights on the dashboard screen being too small.

“The Brake, Park, and Antilock Brake System (ABS) warning lights are displayed in a font size that is not appropriate. As a result, affected vehicles fail to meet the requirements of numbers 105 ‘Hydraulic and Electric Brake Systems’ and 135 ‘Light Vehicle Brake Systems’ as set forth in the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard regulations.”

It is understood that this recall campaign involves all 2,193,869 units of Tesla vehicles sold in the United States market.

Due to Tesla’s use of screens to replace analog gauges, owners do not need to take their vehicles to a Tesla service center; instead, they only need to await an over-the-air (OTA) update.

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