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Crash Test Data for 2019 Tesla

Tesla Vehicle Front Star Rating Side Star Rating Rollover Resistance Rating
Driver Passenger Front Seat Rear Seat
2019 Model 3 AWD
2019 Model 3 AWD

 

Service Bulletins for 2019 Tesla

2019 TESLA MODEL 3
Bulletin Number: SB-19-13-002
The design tolerance of some 1st row seat lift link pivot bolts might be such that the seat slightly rocks while in use. The rocking does not affect vehicle drivability or safety.
Bulletin Number: SB-19-16-008
Debris on the fixture used to mate HV battery clamshells might have damaged a cell during assembly, which could reduce range or limit charging.
Bulletin Number: SB-19-16-010
The HV battery on some Model 3 vehicles might produce a subtle "thunk" noise when ascending or descending a mountain, or during Supercharging in colder climates. The "thunk" noise occurs when the air pressure outside the battery is differen
Bulletin Number: SB-19-19-001
Certain Model 3 vehicles were manufactured with incorrect regulatory labeling near the base of the driver side B-pillar.
Bulletin Number: SB1919003
Certain Model 3 vehicles were manufactured with incorrect information on the statutory plate near the base of the driver side B-pillar.
2019 TESLA MODEL S
Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001
During hard acceleration, the driver might notice vibrations coming from the front of some Model S or Model X vehicles.
Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001 R2
Older versions of the Model S and Model X LH front drive unit clevis mount contain a bushing that allows the front drive unit to move side-to-side more than expected during hard accelerations, resulting in excessive vibrations coming from t
Bulletin Number: SB-19-44-008
On certain Model S and Model X vehicles, the 2nd generation High Voltage (HV) harness between the Front Junction Box (FJB) and the front drive unit might become disconnected, which could prompt a driver alert to bring the vehicle to a safe
2019 TESLA MODEL X
Bulletin Number: SB-19-11-005
For some Model X vehicles, the rear door pinch sensor carrier has a gap hiding seal that applies force to the rear door exterior jamb, which might cause paint issues.
Bulletin Number: SB-19-15-001
On some Mode X vehicles, a rattle might originate from the sun visors when connected to the rearview mirror due to the design of the magnetic clip.
Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001
During hard acceleration, the driver might notice vibrations coming from the front of some Model S or Model X vehicles.
Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001 R2
Older versions of the Model S and Model X LH front drive unit clevis mount contain a bushing that allows the front drive unit to move side-to-side more than expected during hard accelerations, resulting in excessive vibrations coming from t
Bulletin Number: SB-19-44-008
On certain Model S and Model X vehicles, the 2nd generation High Voltage (HV) harness between the Front Junction Box (FJB) and the front drive unit might become disconnected, which could prompt a driver alert to bring the vehicle to a safe

 

Recalls for 2019 Tesla

No recalls exist.