It said it would be looking into 2015 to 2017 Model S and 2017 to 2017 Model X vehicles after having received “43 complaints alleging failure of the left or right front suspension fore links”.

Recall, Tesla had already issued a “service bulletin” in February 2017 warning about conditions that could cause the suspension to fail. Potential suspension issues with Tesla’s Model S aren’5 news. Many issues regarding Tesla suspensions were discussed on Twitter and Reddit under the guise of Tesla vehicles having “whompy wheels” for the last few years. 



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