Tesla recalls some models due to steering issue
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ATLANTA - Automobile company Tesla has recalled more than 100,000 of its sedans due to a steering issue.
Tesla said the problem stems from a group of bolts holding the power steering motor that may come loose or break as a result of "excessive corrosion" leading to a loss of power steering.
To fix the issue, Tesla asked owners of the model "S" cars built prior to April 2016 to bring their vehicles to a service center.
There have been no reports of accidents due to the flaw.