Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Brake Pads - Park Brake - Burnishing

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Brakes / Brake Pads - Park Brake - Burnishing

Warning: Be sure to comply with all local traffic safety laws and only perform such maneuvers in a suitable location such as a nonresidential side street with little to no traffic.

Caution: Do not perform this procedure on a vehicle that has new rotors unless they have gone through a burnishing procedure.

  1. On the touchscreen, select Controls > Driving, then select the "Low" regenerative braking level.
  2. Drive the vehicle approximately 35 mph (55 kph) on a straight road.
  3. Press and hold the Park button on the gear selector, releasing at 10 mph (15 kph).
  4. Repeat this procedure 3 times, waiting at least 20 seconds between applications.
  5. Reset the regenerative braking level if it was originally set to "Standard".

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