Tesla Cars’ Heating Issue Being Evaluated Over Safety Concerns by US Regulator

The US auto security regulator mentioned on Friday that it’s discussing heating problems with some Tesla automobiles with the automaker and evaluating “potential safety concerns.”

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Numerous Tesla house owners have complained that warmth pumps are failing in excessive chilly temperatures, in keeping with Drive Tesla Canada.

The report mentioned the heating issues occurred even after Tesla early final 12 months changed defective sensors in warmth pumps in some 2020-2021 Model 3 and Model Y automobiles to deal with the problem.

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The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) mentioned it “is aware of the issue and is continuing to gather information, discuss the issue with Tesla and evaluate potential safety concerns.”

Tesla didn’t instantly reply to a Reuters request for remark.

Canada’s auto security regulator mentioned on Thursday it has opened an investigation into the heating and cooling system of Tesla Model 3 and Model Y automobiles following 16 client complaints about its efficiency throughout chilly climate.

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Transport Canada mentioned it’s involved {that a} malfunctioning heating and air-conditioning system “may affect windshield defogging/defrosting and therefore driver visibility.”

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