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Tesla is recalling more than 320,000 vehicles due to a faulty backlight software

Tesla is recalling more than 320,000 vehicles due to a faulty backlight software

electrical Tesla Car Company announced that it would recall more than 320,000 vehicles due to an issue with the tail lights that could cause them to illuminate incorrectly.

The company manufactured Public filing on Saturday, saying more than 321,000 vehicles will be recalled because of the backlight issue that the electric vehicle manufacturer said covers about 2023 Model 3 and 2020-2023 Model Y.

The Texas-based automaker said it would post an over-the-air update to correct the backlighting issue and said it had no reports of any crashes or injuries related to the recall.

The company said the recall followed customer complaints it became aware of in late October, mostly from overseas markets, that claimed the car’s tail lights were not on.

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The Tesla Inc. logo appears. On the front grille of the Model X electric car. (Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg via Getty Images/Getty Images)

Investigation found that in rare cases the lights may not work intermittently due to a malfunction causing a false alarm to be detected during the vehicle wake-up process. Tesla said it has received three warranty reports regarding the issue.

The recall comes the day after the company announced it would recall nearly 30,000 Model X vehicles United State due to a problem that caused the front passenger airbag to deploy incorrectly, causing its stock to drop nearly 3% to its lowest level in nearly two years.

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Tesla cars are assembled by robots at the Tesla Motors Inc. factory. in Fremont, California (Reuters/Joseph White/Reuters Photo)

earlier this month, company summoned More than 40,000 Model S and Model X vehicles in a move said it was because drivers ran the risk of losing power off-road while using the power steering assist feature.

Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox Business.

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A close-up of the Tesla logo on a charger at a Supercharger station for electric car company Tesla Motors, in the Silicon Valley town of Mountain View, California. (Smith Collection / Gado / Getty Images / Getty Images)

Reuters contributed to this report