2022 Tesla Model 3 in white.Tesla has issued a recall of about 321,000 vehicles because their taillights may fail to illuminate. The recall applies to Model Y SUVs from model years 2020 through 2023 and Model 3 sedans from 2023.

Tesla says the problem does not affect brake lights or turn signals.

The company believes that the problem is caused by a firmware defect. Tesla will correct it with an over-the-air software update. As with all recall fixes, the fix is ​​free.

Automakers recall many cars to fix safety defects, sometimes more than once. They try to contact every owner to ask them to bring the car in for repair. But they rarely get to all of them. Millions of vehicles on American roads need free recall repairs. To find out if your vehicle is one of them, check out the easy VIN tool in our Recall Center.

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