Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Service

Owner's Manual: View the onscreen Owner's Manual. A new version of the onscreen owner's manual is typically provided with every software update and therefore contains more recent information that those provided by Tesla elsewhere (for example, via the web).

Car Wash Mode: Enable before using a car wash to ensure all doors and windows are closed, and all chimes are turned off. See Car Wash Mode.

Adjust Headlights: Make adjustments to the level of the headlights.

CAUTION: Headlights should only be adjusted by Tesla Service.

Towing: Prepare Model S to be transported by keeping it in Neutral (with the parking brake disengaged), when you exit. See Instructions for Transporters.

Wheel Configuration : Update your vehicle's wheel configuration if you are installing new wheels or swapping them for different ones.

CAUTION: Changing your vehicle's wheel configuration can impact range estimates, tire pressure warnings, and vehicle visualization. See Tire Care and Maintenance.

WARNING: Tesla is not liable for damage caused by using wheels not approved by Tesla.

Notifications : Display a list of notifications that have recently appeared on your vehicle.

Camera Calibration (if equipped): Clear the existing calibration of Autopilot cameras to reset the stored camera positions and angles. Once calibration is cleared, you must drive to calibrate the cameras. See Drive to Calibrate Cameras for more information.

Factory Reset: Erase all personal data (saved addresses, music favorites, HomeLink programming, etc.) and restore all settings to their factory defaults. This is useful when transferring ownership of Model S. Before erasing, you must enter the credentials for your Tesla account.

Jack Mode: Disables self-leveling of the air suspension system.

WARNING: The air suspension system causes Model S to self-level, even when powered off. Therefore, when transporting or lifting, you must engage Jack Mode to disable self-leveling (see Instructions for Transporters and Jacking and Lifting).

Wiper Service Mode: Turn on to provide easy access to wiper blades (see Wiper Blades and Washer Jets).

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