Tesla Model X in grayTesla has issued a recall on about 30,000 of its 2021-2023 Model X SUV because passenger-side airbags may not deploy properly in the event of a crash.

In a strange filing with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Tesla explains, “In certain low-speed crash events where the 3- or 6-year-old front passenger is unbelted and out of position,” the airbag may deploy “by forming unintentional” can increase the risk of infection.

Safety experts recommend that children under the age of 12 always ride in the back seat.

Tesla says it is not aware of any injury claims related to the issue. Engineers discovered it during compliance testing.

Tesla will fix the problem with a free over-the-air software update.

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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