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Tesla Recalls 11,000 Model X SUVs For Seat Safety Issue

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News video: Tesla Recalls 11,000 Model X SUVs For Seat Safety IssueAround 11,000 Tesla Model X SUVs are being recalled by the electric car maker after it found that a badly fitted cable, connected to the driver's side rear seat, means the seat might not lock in place, and could be pulled forward in the event of a crash. Any affected vehicles would have been made between October 28 2016 and August 16 2017, though Tesla reckons only about 3% of the thousands of cars being recalled will have the issue.

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