This week the owner Tesla Cybertruck went viral on TikTok and X (Twitter) by posting a video talking about it The car’s accelerator pedal got stuck all the way to the floor in the middle of a trip.. A case that, although it was not the only one, did not go unnoticed, and now information has emerged that Elon Musk’s people called in all the components of the pickup truck for inspection.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released details of the incident. recall to Tesla Cybertruck. The document states that 3,878 electric vans will be considered.; that is, 100% of those that have already reached buyers.

It’s worth noting that Tesla stopped delivering the Cybertruck last Monday. The company informed its customers that this was due to an unexpected delay in preparing the vehicle. However, the problem with the accelerator pedal was not initially mentioned.


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The recalled Cybertrucks include all vehicles manufactured between November 13, 2023 and November 4, 2024, according to the NHTSA document. The first complaint about problems with the accelerator pedal of a Tesla electric vehicle was received on March 31, and the second was received on April 3. The company’s engineering team was able to verify their veracity, which led to this. recall. As of April 15, the manufacturer recorded no accidents, injuries, or deaths due to this inconvenience.

What happened to the Tesla Cybertruck accelerator pedal

The Cybertruck’s problem was detaching the metal pedal housing, and not a malfunction of the throttle valve itself. In a statement shared on social media, the owner of the electric truck explained that the part came off while he was driving. When he left the place, he got stuck in one of the recesses in the interior trim and accelerated the car to 100%.

Subject was able to avoid any incident by keeping the brake pedal depressed because it cancels the accelerator although both are pressed at the same time. This is part of a safety system that allows the pick-up to come to a complete stop as quickly as if the gas pedal had not been pressed.

But what caused this failure? Tesla determined the problem was caused by unauthorized use of soap as a lubricant while assembling the Cybertruck accelerator pedal. As explained, the preservation of the coating was affected by the presence of residues of the specified product.

Now Tesla will replace or modify the pedal assembly From the accelerator Cybertruck to prevent this from happening again. This will be free for affected customers. In addition, the company has introduced a new accelerator pedal to units that are still on the production line. And those that are in delivery centers, or on the way to them, will be repaired before they are delivered to their owners.

Source: Hiper Textual

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