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Elon Musk Says 'They Found A Big Flaw In 1.1 Million Tesla Cars'

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Tesla claimed it found a flaw within 1.1 million cars' windows that could cause pinching injuries to occupants. 

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Tesla claims that it found a problem in one of its windows. The windows should stop when they encounter obstacles. 

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The company said it would be able to fix the issue with an over-the-air software update and that car owner won't have to bring their vehicles in for service.

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Federal safety regulators says that they are unaware of any owners reporting the problem.

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Tesla stated that the problem was discovered only during testing. 

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The models affected are  2017-2022 Model 3 and 2020-2021 Model Y, The 2021-2022 Models S and X.

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Tesla (TSLA) has been subject to several recalls. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration required it to modify the vehicle's design.

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Unlike those recalls, this window problem results from a manufacturing defect.

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