Tesla recalls all Cybertrucks

Tesla has recalled more than 11,000 Cybertrucks due to a windshield wiper problem. The recall includes all 2024 model Cybertruck vehicles produced from November 13, 2023 to June 6, 2024.

Given that Tesla Cybertruck deliveries began in November 2023, almost all Cybertrucks will be recalled. “In affected vehicles, the windshield wiper motor controller may stop working due to excessive electrical voltage in the door driver component,” the recall report says.

Tesla Cybertruck’s oversized windshield wiper causes problems

An inoperable windshield wiper can reduce visibility in certain operating conditions, which can increase the risk of a collision. The report also stated that Tesla is not aware of any collisions, injuries or fatalities related to the issue.

For Cybertruck owners, this means they will need to take their car to a Tesla service center and have the windshield wiper motor replaced. The Cybertruck’s oversized windshield has gained a reputation when compared to other cars’ wipers.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk also stated that the wiper is a big problem in terms of the development of the car and noted that there is no easy solution. Rumors about the wiper died down after the car was released, but it seems that the troubled days are not over yet. The company also issued another Cybertruck recall.

This was for a part that could come loose and fall off along the truck bed. As a precaution, this too will reportedly need to be replaced or reinstalled. The company recalled all Cybertrucks sold in April 2024 due to accelerator pedal issues.

Unlike Tesla’s many other recalls, which were easily resolved with a software update, these Cybertruck recalls require a visit to a service center. As a result, Tesla has now recalled four Cybertrucks since the car went on sale.

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