Tesla recalls 11,000 Model Xs because the second-row seats have a problem

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Tesla instituted another Model X recall Thursday, this time for a safety issue with its second-row seats, which could move forward during a crash. 

The voluntary recall covers some 11,000 cars built between Oct. 28, 2016 and Aug. 16, 2017, a Tesla spokesperson said.

During testing, Tesla found that cables in the seats might not be in the right place, so the back left-side seats could move forward during a crash.

No incidents have been reported by customers, but the company is offering free repairs either through its mobile service or at a service center. The company’s mobile service means a service van comes to you. Read more…

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