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NHTSA urging Tesla to recall 158,000 cars for touchscreen safety defect – Fox Business

NHTSA has sent a letter to Tesla asking it to recall 158,000 cars to fix a faulty touchscreen display that may disable several safety features.

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is urging Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles due to a potential failure of their central touchscreen displays.
The agency has sent a letter to the automaker detailing its preliminary finding that a defective screen poses several safety risks because it can disable the backup cameras and control of the window defroster, which is reliant on the screen to operate, and also affect audible indicators related to the turn signal and electronic driver aid…

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