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Tesla Model S: Air Suspension - Pressurize/Depressurize - One Air Spring

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Suspension / Air Suspension - Pressurize/Depressurize - One Air Spring

Depressurize

  1. Connect a laptop with Toolbox to the vehicle.
  2. Press the brake pedal to turn on the drive rails.
  3. Leave the driver's door open to keep the drive rails on.
  4. In Toolbox, select Views > Suspension > Air Suspension Fill/Deflate and select the Help icon for specific instructions.
Pressurize
  1. Press the brake pedal to turn on the drive rails.
  2. Leave the driver's door open to keep the drive rails on.
  3. In Toolbox, select Views > Suspension > Air Suspension Fill/Deflate and select the Help icon for specific instructions.
  4. Select Views > Suspension > Air Suspension Exit Service Mode and select the Help icon for specific instructions.
  5. Disconnect Toolbox.

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