Thursday, July 25, 2024

Recalling all Tesla Cybertruck – engines can burn up

All 11,688 copies of the Cybertruck built to date must be returned to Tesla because of the windshield wiper.

Tesla has to change parts of the body and motor for the windshield wiper. Perhaps in every Cybertruck ever built. This concerns 11,688 cars.

It turns out that the 157-centimetre-long and redundant single wiper arm can cause all the car's other engines to burn together.

The risk arises when the wiper is set to bark at its strongest setting. This is written by the American The Verge .

In addition to that, there are parts of the open bed on the car that are at risk of breaking off. Therefore, the cars must now be examined, so that Tesla can make sure that these are properly glued.

READ ALSO: 29 percent of all electric car owners want to go back to the petrol car

Incidentally, it is not the first time that Tesla has recalled all copies of the Cybertruck. In the past this has happened because some owners told of accelerator pedals getting stuck. Still other owners have told of cars that died after a trip to the car wash. Read more about it here .

Cybertruck owners have also been surprised by the amount of rust that can form on the stainless steel bodywork. Even though Tesla actually mentions the likelihood of the problem occurring in the car's manual.

Read more exciting news from and about the world of cars right here!

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