Tesla Motors Inc. shares turned lower Friday after the electric-car maker began to recall all of its 90,000 Model S sedans to check for a potential problem with seat belts, The Wall Street Journal reported. An owner in Europe had an issue with a bolt holding the seat belt system in place coming loose, the newspaper said, citing Tesla. Tesla said the owner wasn't involved in an accident and has determined the flaw was an installation issue. Tesla previous voluntary recalls included a partial recall of some Model S cars to check for a defect in a mounting bracket in second-row seats. Shares of Tesla feel 2.5% as news of the recall spread. [9:26]
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