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DETROIT (CBSMiami/AP) — Tesla Motors issued a recall for its entire fleet of Model S sedans after the seat belt in a car became disconnected.

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The recall is the company’s largest ever, involving 90,000 cars worldwide. Tesla sent an email Friday to affected customers so they could get their cars checked.

Tesla’s other vehicle, the Model X SUV, isn’t affected. Seat belts in the back seat also aren’t affected.

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Earlier this month, a customer in Europe reported that her seat belt disconnected when she turned to talk to rear passengers.

The company believes the problem is due to a manufacturing error, and it hasn’t spotted the issue in further tests. But it wants to inspect all seat belts to make sure.

Tesla owners are being asked to schedule a visit to a Tesla service center for an inspection.

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