Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Adjusting the Front Seats

Front and Rear Seats

  1. Move seat forward/backward and adjust the seat's height and tilt angle up/down.
  2. Adjust backrest.
  3. Adjust lumbar support.

WARNING: Before adjusting a front seat, check that the area around the seat is free of obstacles (people and objects).

WARNING: Do not adjust seats while driving. Doing so increases the risk of a collision.

WARNING: Riding in a moving vehicle with the seat back reclined can result in serious injuries in a collision, as you could slide under the lap belt or be propelled into the seat belt. Ensure your seat back is reclined no more than 30 degrees when the vehicle is moving.

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     Folding Rear Seats

    Model S has a split rear seat that can fold forward. Before folding, remove items from the seats and the rear footwell. To allow the rear seats to fold completely flat, you may need to move the fron

     Head Supports

    The front seats include integrated head supports that you cannot adjust. The rear outboard seating positions include an adjustable head support that can be raised/lowered or removed. The head supp

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    Removal Remove center console assembly (refer to procedure) Disconnect wiring harness connector. Carefully cut acoustic padding covering ESC sensor. Peel back acoustic padding to expose ESC module.

     Using Track Mode

    Track Mode is always disabled when you start Model S. To enable Track Mode for your current drive, shift into Park and follow these steps: 1. Touch Controls > Pedals & Steering > Track Mode. When enabled, TRACK displays on the instrument panel above the driving speed, and a Track Mode

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