Tesla Model S - Do It Yourself

Tesla owners who wish to perform basic procedures or maintenance on their Model S can do so without having to schedule a Service appointment. Only perform a procedure if you feel comfortable doing so, and always follow all provided instructions.

Tesla Model S - Restarting the Touchscreen

Tesla Model S - Power Cycling the Vehicle

Tesla Model S - Pairing a Bluetooth Phone 

Tesla Model S - Connecting to Wi-Fi

Tesla Model S - Programming HomeLink

Tesla Model S - Burnishing the Brakes

Tesla Model S - Unlocking and Starting Your Vehicle Using the Tesla Mobile App

Tesla Model S - Replacing the Key Battery

Tesla Model S - Unlocking When the Key Doesn't Work

Tesla Model S - Replacing the HEPA Filter

Tesla Model S - Checking and Adjusting Tire Pressures

Tesla Model S - Drive to Calibrate Cameras

Tesla Model S - Replacing Hood Struts

Tesla Model S - Topping Up Windshield Washer Fluid

Tesla Model S - Adjusting Liftgate Opening Height

Tesla Model S - Replacing Wiper Blades

Tesla Model S - Manually Releasing Charge Cable

Tesla Model S - Removing and Installing Nose Cone

Tesla Model S - Charge Port Status Lights

Tesla Model S - Gen 2 Mobile Connector Status Lights

Tesla Model S - Gen 1 Mobile Connector Status Lights

 

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