The Elon Musk-owned Tesla Semi has been come to effect a couple of months back, currently, it has been obliged to issue the first recall for the electric semi-truck. The Tesla Semi recall came into the culture on the NHTSA’s recall website, indicating that the problem has been knotted up with the parking brake which had the same turn affecting 35 vehicles.
It had found that the electronic parking brake module might leave you deserted because of the air leakage inside the unit, it could leave the driver unattended if it is not in the condition. It will usher the vehicle to a rollaway incident when the person sitting in the driver’s seat pulls up the service brake.
What NHTSA’s Tesla Semi Recall Report Says?
The specific issue was made accessible as striking 35 “Intellipark Valve Modules” produced by the same manufacturer, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, and packed in vehicles manufactured between November 30, 2022, and February 28, 2023.
The NHTSA’s recall report indicates that Bendix found out about this issue in February, after that, Tesla spent some time spectating the issue that would have happened to found on its Tesla before the company identifies the issue and recalls 35 affected vehicles.
Tesla started delivering the Tesla Semi in December of 2022, delivering an initial batch of 36 trucks to Pepsi and Frito-Lay. Since then, Tesla has locked one end-of-quarter manufacturing and delivery report, but that report excluded the numbers for the Tesla Semi.
As for quoting that, we don’t have any hint of how many total trucks have made their way into the market. As of March 14, Tesla Semi trucks are produced with an enhanced replacement module.