replace Tesla Corporation Cameras are in the front fenders of at least several hundred Model S, X and 3 cars made in Fremont, California, though the company has yet to begin the voluntary recall, according to internal service documents released by the company in late November.
The internal communications unit said the cameras in some Model S, X and 3 vehicles made by Tesla in the United States have faulty printed circuit boards inside, which can cause the cameras to lose “electrical continuity” and thus expire unexpectedly, according to it. “CNBC”, and reviewed by “Al Arabiya.net”.
Cameras located under the side-view mirrors and front fenders of some Tesla vehicles enable driver assistance features such as Autopilot, Autonomous Driving and Intelligent Recall, as well as giving drivers the ability to see what’s happening around their cars’ blind spots.
And when the cameras aren’t working, drivers typically see a black screen or choppy video clips on the Teslas head-up display, and may receive alerts that their autopilot function is limited.
On the other hand, Tesla recently began voluntary recalls of thousands of its Model Y crossover SUVs made in China and the United States due to suspension parts that can break easily, increasing the risk of a collision, according to public notices in both countries.
The recall of the Model Y suspension joints has also been announced in China and the United States by the China State Administration for Market Regulation, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the United States, and has affected an estimated 21,599 vehicles in China and 826 in the United States.