Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Interior Storage and Electronics


 Center Console

In addition to housing an RFID transmitter that reads key fobs and key cards (see Keys), the center console includes cup holders, two storage compartments, wireless phone chargers, and a rear touc

 USB Ports

Model S has five USB ports: Two USB ports are located in the front compartment of the center console. These can be used to charge USB devices and to play audio files from a phone or USB device

 USB Drive Requirements for Recording Videos

NOTE: For saving Sentry Mode and Dashcam footage, Tesla recommends using the USB port located in the glovebox. Doing so increases security and minimizes power consumption. One or more features on y


 Master Cylinder and Reservoir Assembly (Remove and Install)

Note: This procedure applies to vehicles with the vacuum brake booster only. If the vehicle has the electromechanical brake booster assembly, the master cylinder and reservoir assembly are part of the brake booster assembly. Refer to procedure 33031402 (refer to procedure).

 Auto Shift out of Park

NOTE: Auto Shift out of Park is a BETA feature and is disabled by default. When Auto Shift out of Park is enabled, Model S is designed to use inputs from various sensors to automatically select Drive or Reverse. The instrument panel displays the selected drive mode when the driver's door is clo

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