A driver who stops his or her car for repairs at an electrical repair shop should know the dangers of an over-charging circuit.
Here are the tips on how to stop a car’s battery from exploding:The electric car maker Tesla is making an emergency recall to fix an issue with its Autopilot system that could cause a battery explosion, a spokesman said Wednesday.
The recall is being conducted as a result of the problem reported in the U.S. and in California, according to a Tesla spokesman.
The spokesman declined to say when the recall will be completed or when the problem could be fixed.
Tesla announced earlier this week that its Autosteer, a feature that allows drivers to manually control the vehicle’s steering and braking, had been found to be causing “invalid battery charging,” or an overcharging, of batteries that could lead to a fire.
Tesla’s safety director, Adam Jonas, said that the issue has been fixed and that the company is working with regulatory authorities in the states where it has a factory.
A number of states are also investigating reports that Tesla is under investigation for battery explosions that have occurred, according the Washington Post.
Tesla has denied those claims.
On Thursday, Tesla’s parent company, Elon Musk, took to Twitter to say that “Tesla is a great company and we will always listen to our customers.
The battery is an important part of our vehicle, and we are taking every measure to address this issue.
We will keep you informed.”
Tesla CEO Elon Musk also issued a statement Thursday, saying that “it’s an important issue, and our goal is to resolve this quickly so we can start the next phase of production.
We take all safety issues seriously and are working closely with regulatory and other authorities to identify the root cause of the issue and resolve it as soon as possible.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.