2023 Tesla Model 3 Owner's Manual

2023 Tesla Model 3 owners manual
Year:
2023
Make:
Tesla
Model:
Model 3
Rating:
(9)

Online manual

Size:
9.84 MB

Table of Contents

Overview
5
Exterior Overview
5
Interior Overview
7
Touchscreen Overview
7
Popup Messages and Vehicle Alerts
9
Restarting the Touchscreen
9
Customizing My Apps
10
Customizing Display and Sound Settings
10
Naming your Vehicle
11
Erasing Personal Data
11
Opening and Closing
12
Keys
12
Three Types of Keys
12
Phone Key
12
Key Card
12
Key Fob
13
Passive Locking and Unlocking
14
Replacing the Key Fob Battery
14
Managing Keys
15
Adding and Removing Keys
15
Doors
16
Using Exterior Door Handles
16
Opening Doors from the Interior
16
Interior Locking and Unlocking
17
Walk-Away Door Lock
17
Drive Away Locking
17
Driver Door Unlock Mode
17
Car Left Open Notifications
17
Child Locks
17
Unlock on Park
17
Windows
18
Opening and Closing
18
Locking Rear Windows
18
Calibrating Windows
18
UV Index Rating
18
Rear Trunk
19
Opening
19
Adjusting Opening Height of Powered Trunk
19
Closing
19
Accessing the Cargo Area
20
Interior Emergency Trunk Release
20
Front Trunk
21
Opening
21
Closing
21
Interior Emergency Release
22
Opening Hood with No Power
22
Interior Storage and Electronics
24
Center Console
24
Second Row Console
24
Glovebox
24
Wireless Phone Charger
24
Low Voltage Power Socket
25
USB Ports
25
Coat Hangers
26
Seating and Safety Restraints
27
Front and Rear Seats
27
Correct Driving Position
27
Adjusting the Front Seats
27
Calibrating Seats
28
Folding Rear Seats
28
Raising Rear Seats
28
Head Supports
28
Raising/Lowering the Rear Center Head Support
29
Removing/Installing a Head Support
29
Seat Heaters
29
Seat Covers
30
Seat Belts
31
Wearing Seat Belts
31
Seat Belt Reminders
31
To Fasten a Belt
31
To Adjust the Shoulder Anchor Height
31
To Release a Belt
32
Wearing Seat Belts When Pregnant
32
Seat Belt Pre-tensioners
32
Testing Seat Belts
32
Seat Belt Warnings
33
Child Safety Seats
34
Guidelines for Seating Children
34
Choosing a Child Safety Seat
35
Seating Larger Children
36
Installing Child Safety Seats
36
Installing Seat Belt Retained Child Seats
36
Installing LATCH (ISOFIX) Child Seats
36
Attaching Upper Tether Straps
37
Testing a Child Safety Seat
39
Child Safety Seat Warnings
39
Airbags
40
Location of Airbags
40
How Airbags Work
41
Types of Airbags
41
Airbag Status Indicator
41
Front Passenger Occupant Detection
42
Ensuring Accurate Occupant Detection
44
Examples of Correct and Incorrect Seating Positions
45
Inflation Effects
46
Airbag Warning Indicator
46
Airbag Warnings
46
Driving
47
Driver Profiles
47
Selecting Between Driver Profiles
47
Using Tesla Profiles
47
Saved Settings
47
Linking a Driver Profile to a Key
47
Easy Entry
48
Valet Mode
48
Starting Valet Mode
48
Canceling Valet Mode
48
Steering Wheel
49
Adjusting the Steering Wheel Position
49
Adjusting Steering Effort
49
Scroll Buttons
49
Heated Steering Wheel
50
Horn
50
Mirrors
51
Adjusting Exterior Mirrors
51
Folding Mirrors
51
Rear View Mirror
51
Vanity Mirrors
51
Starting and Powering Off
52
Starting
52
Drive Disabled - Requires Authentication
52
Powering Off
52
Power Cycling the Vehicle
52
Shifting
53
How to Shift
53
Reverse
53
Neutral
53
Drive
53
Park
53
Lights
55
Controlling Lights
55
High Beam Headlights
56
Headlights After Exit
56
Headlight Adjustments
56
Turn Signals
56
Hazard Warning Flashers
57
Condensation in Head or Tail Lights
57
Car Status
58
Overview
58
Indicator Lights
58
Driving Status
59
Wipers and Washers
61
Wipers
61
Windshield Washers
61
Braking and Stopping
62
Braking Systems
62
Emergency Braking
62
Dynamic Brake Lights (if equipped)
62
Brake Disc Wiping
62
Hydraulic Fade Compensation
63
Hydraulic Boost Compensation
63
Regenerative Braking
63
Stopping Mode
63
Parking Brake
64
Brake Wear
65
Traction Control
66
How It Works
66
Allowing Wheel Slip
66
Park Assist
67
How Park Assist Works
67
Visual and Audio Feedback
67
Controlling Audible Feedback
67
Limitations and False Warnings
67
Other Parking Aids
68
Vehicle Hold
69
Acceleration Modes
70
Track Mode
71
Using Track Mode
71
Customizing Track Mode
71
Using the Lap Timer
72
Monitoring Vehicle Health
72
G-Meter
72
Trip Information
73
Displaying Trip Information
73
Odometer
73
Rear Facing Camera(s)
74
Camera Location
74
Cleaning a Camera
74
Pedestrian Warning System
75
Cold Weather Best Practices
76
Before Driving
76
Charge Port
76
Charging
76
Windows
76
Doors
76
Removing Ice From Door Handle
77
Mirrors
77
Wipers
77
Tires and Tire Chains
77
While Driving
78
Regenerative Braking
78
Blue Snowflake Icon
78
After Driving
78
Scheduled Departure
78
Storage
78
Autopilot
79
About Autopilot
79
How It Works
79
Active Safety Features
80
Autopilot Features
80
Drive to Calibrate Cameras
80
Limitations
80
Cleaning Cameras and Sensors
81
Traffic-Aware Cruise Control
82
To Use Traffic-Aware Cruise Control
82
Set Traffic-Aware Cruise Control Chime
83
Changing the Cruising Speed
83
Cruising at the Set Speed
83
HOLD State
84
Cruising Near or On Exits
84
Adjust the Following Distance
84
Overtake Acceleration
85
Canceling and Resuming
85
Summary of Cruise Indicators
86
Limitations
86
Autosteer
87
Operating Autosteer
87
Restricted Speed
88
Hold Steering Wheel
88
Take Over Immediately
88
Canceling Autosteer
88
Auto Lane Change
89
Operating Auto Lane Change
89
Adjacent Lane Speed
90
Stop Light and Stop Sign Warning
90
Limitations
90
Navigate on Autopilot
92
Enabling and Customizing Navigate on Autopilot
92
Operating Navigate on Autopilot
92
Lane Changes
93
Be Ready to Assist
94
Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control
95
Before Using
95
How it Works
95
Traffic Lights
97
Stop Signs and Road Markings
99
Limitations
100
Autopark
102
Parameters
102
To Use Autopark
102
To Pause Parking
103
To Cancel Parking
103
Limitations
103
Summon
104
Before Using Summon
104
Using Summon to Park and Retrieve your Vehicle
104
Operating Summon with the Key Fob
105
Starting Summon Before Exiting the Vehicle
105
Stopping or Canceling Summon
106
Limitations
106
Smart Summon
107
Before Using Smart Summon
107
Using Smart Summon
107
Standby Mode
108
Stopping or Canceling Smart Summon
108
Limitations
109
Active Safety Features
110
Lane Assist
110
Steering Interventions
110
Lane Departure Avoidance
110
Emergency Lane Departure Avoidance
111
Automatic Blind Spot Camera
111
Blind Spot Collision Warning Chime
111
Limitations and Inaccuracies
111
Collision Avoidance Assist
113
Forward Collision Warning
113
Automatic Emergency Braking
114
Multi-Collision Braking
114
Obstacle-Aware Acceleration
114
Limitations and Inaccuracies
115
Speed Assist
116
How Speed Assist Works
116
Controlling Speed Assist
116
Limitations and Inaccuracies
116
Cabin Camera
117
Using the Touchscreen
118
Climate Controls
118
Overview of Climate Controls
118
Adjusting Climate Control Settings
118
Climate Popup
119
Keep Climate On, Dog, and Camp
120
Adjusting the Front Vents
121
Adjusting the Rear Vents
121
Cabin Air Filter(s)
122
Cabin Overheat Protection
122
Climate Control Operating Tips
122
Phone, Calendar, and Web Conferencing
124
Bluetooth® Compatibility
124
Pairing a Bluetooth Phone
124
Importing Contacts and Recent Calls
124
Unpairing a Bluetooth Phone
125
Connecting to a Paired Phone
125
Using the Phone App
125
Making a Phone Call
125
Receiving a Phone Call
125
In Call Options
126
Calendar
126
Zoom
126
Voice Commands
127
Examples of Voice Commands
127
Climate Controls
127
Windshield Wipers
127
Vehicle Controls
127
Navigation
127
Contacts
128
Media
128
Apps and Settings
128
Safety & Security Settings
129
About the Security System
129
Tilt/Intrusion (if equipped)
129
PIN to Drive
129
Glovebox PIN
129
Speed Limit Mode
129
Dashcam
131
How to Use Dashcam
131
Sentry Mode
133
App)
133
How to Use Sentry Mode (App Only)
133
Sentry Mode Settings
133
USB Drive Requirements for Recording Videos
135
Automatically Formatting a USB Drive
135
Manually Formatting a USB Drive
135
Viewing Video Recordings
135
Viewing on the Touchscreen
135
Viewing on a Computer
135
Smart Garage Connectivity
136
myQ
136
HomeLink® Universal Transceiver
136
Supported Modes
136
Programming HomeLink
136
Auto Opening and Closing
137
Resetting the Location of the HomeLink Device
137
Deleting a Device
137
Troubleshooting HomeLink
138
Standard Mode
138
D-Mode and UR-Mode
138
Connecting to Wi-Fi
139
Hotspots and Connectivity
139
Software Updates
140
Loading New Software
140
Software Update Preferences
140
Charging
141
Viewing Release Notes
141
Mobile App
142
To Use the Mobile App
142
Overview
142
Profile
142
Controls
142
Climate
143
Location
143
Summon
143
Schedule
143
Security
143
Upgrades
143
Service
143
Roadside
143
Granting Access to a Second Driver
143
Navigation and Entertainment
144
Maps and Navigation
144
Map Overview
144
Map Display
144
Navigation Settings
145
Navigating to a Destination
145
Selecting an Alternate Route
146
Adding Stops to a Route
146
Automatic Navigation
146
Lucky and Hungry
146
Home, Work, and Favorite Destinations
146
Charging Locations
147
Predicting Energy Usage
148
Online Routing
148
Trip Planner
148
Map Updates
149
Media
150
Overview
150
Volume Controls
150
Media Settings
150
Searching Audio Content
151
Caraoke
151
Recents and Favorites
151
Playing Media from Devices
151
USB Connected Flash Drives
151
Bluetooth Connected Devices
152
Theater, Arcade, and Toybox
153
Overview
153
Toybox
153
Boombox
154
Prepare a USB drive for Boombox
154
Uninstall Games
154
Gaming Controllers
155
Charging and Energy Consumption
156
Electric Vehicle Components
156
High Voltage Components
156
Charging Equipment
157
High Voltage Battery Information
158
About the High Voltage Battery
158
Battery Care
158
Temperature Limits
158
Energy Saving Feature
158
Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries
158
Submerged Vehicle
159
Battery Warnings and Cautions
159
Charging Instructions
160
Opening the Charge Port
160
Plugging In
160
Charge Port Light
161
Charging Status
161
During Charging
161
Stopping Charging
161
Charge Settings
162
Supercharger Usage Fees and Idle Fees
163
Charging Best Practices
163
Manually Releasing Charge Cable
163
Scheduled Charging and Scheduled Departure
165
Using Scheduled Charging
165
Using Scheduled Departure
165
Getting Maximum Range
166
Factors Affecting Energy Consumption
166
Tips to Maximize Range
166
Range Assurance
167
Energy App
167
Maintenance
168
Maintenance Service Intervals
168
Service Intervals
168
Schedule Service
168
Daily Checks
168
Monthly Checks
168
Fluid Replacement Intervals
169
Software
169
High Voltage Safety
169
Replacing the Low Voltage Lead-Acid Battery
169
Vehicles Manufactured Before Approximately October 2020
169
Vehicles Manufactured After Approximately October 2020
174
Tire Care and Maintenance
178
Displaying Tire Pressures
178
Maintaining Tire Pressures
178
Checking and Adjusting Tire Pressures
178
Inspecting and Maintaining Tires
178
Tire Wear
179
Tire Rotation, Balance, and Wheel Alignment
179
Punctured Tires
179
Flat Spots
179
Improving Tire Mileage
179
Replacing Tires and Wheels
179
Asymmetric Tires
180
Removing and Installing Aero Covers
180
Removing and Installing Lug Nut Covers
181
Wheel Configuration
181
Tire Configuration
181
Tire Pressure Monitoring
182
Automatic Reset of TPMS Sensors
182
Replacing a Tire Sensor
182
TPMS Malfunction
182
Seasonal Tire Types
183
Understand Your Tire Type
183
Summer and All-Season Tires
183
Winter Tires
183
Driving in Low Temperatures
183
Using Tire Chains
183
Cleaning
185
Cleaning the Exterior
185
Window Cleaning and Treatments
185
Car Wash Mode
185
Cleaning a Camera
185
Cautions for Exterior Cleaning
186
Cleaning the Interior
186
Interior Glass
186
Airbags
186
Dashboard and Plastic Surfaces
186
Seats
186
Carpets
186
Seat Belts
187
Door Seals
187
Touchscreen
187
Chrome and Metal Surfaces
187
Cautions for Interior Cleaning
187
Polishing, Touch Up, and Body Repair
187
Using a Car Cover
187
Floor Mats
188
Windshield Wiper Blades, Jets and Fluid
189
Topping Up Windshield Washer Fluid
189
Checking and Cleaning Wiper Blades
189
Replacing Wiper Blades
189
Cleaning Washer Jets
190
Jacking and Lifting
191
Jacking Procedure
191
Parts and Accessories
192
Parts, Accessories, and Modifications
192
Accessory Wheels and Tires
192
20\ Sport Wheels
192
19\ Sport Wheels
193
20\ Zero-G Wheels (Performance)
193
20\ Zero-G Wheels (Non-Performance)
193
19\ Gemini Wheels (Performance)
194
18\ Aero Wheels
194
Body Repairs
194
Replacing Cabin Filters
195
Replacing the Low Voltage Lead-Acid Battery
196
Vehicles Manufactured Before Approximately October 2020
196
Vehicles Manufactured After Approximately October 2020
200
Using RFID Transponders
204
Installing Front License Plate Bracket
204
Do It Yourself Maintenance
206
Specifications
207
Identification Labels
207
Vehicle Identification Number
207
Emission Control Label
207
Vehicle Loading
208
Vehicle Labeling
208
Tire and Loading Information Label
208
Vehicle Certification Label
208
Towing a Trailer
209
Roof Racks
209
Calculating Load Limits
209
Example Load Limit Calculations
209
Dimensions
210
Exterior Dimensions
210
Interior Dimensions
210
Cargo Volume
211
Subsystems
212
Motor Type(s)
212
Transmission
212
Steering
212
Brakes
212
Suspension
213
Battery - Low Voltage
213
Battery - High Voltage
213
Wheels and Tires
215
Wheel Specifications (Factory)
215
Tire Specifications (Factory)
215
Understanding Tire Markings
216
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
218
Treadwear
218
Traction
218
Temperature
218
Tire and Loading Glossaries
219
General Wheel and Tire Terms
219
Load Carrying Definitions
219
Pneumatic Radial Tire Definitions
220
Regional Phone Number(s)
222
Roadside Assistance
223
Contacting Tesla Roadside Assistance
223
Instructions for Transporters
223
DO NOT TRANSPORT WITH WHEELS ON THE GROUND
223
Approved Methods for Transporting
223
Activate Transport Mode
223
Pull onto the Flatbed Truck
224
Secure the Tires
224
If Vehicle Has No Power
225
Running Out of Range
226
Jump Starting
227
Jump Starting the Low Voltage (Lead-Acid) Battery
227
Jump Starting the Low Voltage (Lithium-Ion) Battery
227
Troubleshooting
229
Troubleshooting Alerts
229
APP_w048Autopilot features temporarily unavailableFeatures may be restored on next drive
229
APP_w207Autosteer temporarily unavailable
229
APP_w218Autosteer speed limit exceededTake control of steering wheel
230
APP_w221Cruise control unavailableReduced front radar visibility
230
APP_w222Cruise control unavailableReduced front camera visibility
230
APP_w224Cruise control unavailableContinue driving to allow cameras to calibrate
231
APP_w304Camera blocked or blindedClean camera or wait for it to regain visibility
232
BMS_a066Maximum charge level and range may be reducedOK to drive - Schedule service soon
232
BMS_a067High voltage battery performance limitedOK to drive - Schedule service soon
233
BMS_a068High voltage battery requires serviceAcceleration and charging performance reduced
233
BMS_a069Battery charge level lowCharge now
234
CC_a001Unable to charge - Insufficient groundingProper wiring or outlet grounding must be verified
234
CC_a002Unable to charge - Insufficient groundingDisconnect and retry or use different equipment
234
CC_a003Unable to charge - Wall Connector GFCI trippedDisconnect and retry or use different equipment
235
CC_a004Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
235
CC_a005Unable to charge - Wall Connector GFCI trippedDisconnect and retry or use different equipment
235
CC_a006Unable to charge - Wall Connector overcurrentDisconnect and retry or use different equipment
236
CC_a007Unable to charge - Input voltage too highVoltage must be within Wall Connector rating
236
CC_a008Unable to charge - Input voltage too lowVoltage must be within Wall Connector rating
236
CC_a009Unable to charge - Input wired incorrectlyInput wiring to Wall Connector must be corrected
236
CC_a010Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
237
CC_a011Unable to charge - Wall Connector too hotLet Wall Connector cool and try again
237
CC_a012Unable to charge - Wall connection too hotOutlet or Wall Connector wiring must be checked
237
CC_a013Unable to charge - Charge handle too hotCheck charge handle or charge port for debris
238
CC_a014Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
238
CC_a015Unable to charge - Vehicle connection issueInsert charge handle fully into charge port
239
CC_a016Unable to charge - Vehicle connection issueInsert charge handle fully into charge port
239
CC_a017Unable to charge - Vehicle connection issueInsert charge handle fully into charge port
239
CC_a018Unable to charge - Vehicle connection issueInsert charge handle fully into charge port
240
CC_a019Unable to charge - Vehicle connection issueInsert charge handle fully into charge port
240
CC_a020Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
240
CC_a021Unable to charge - No primary Wall ConnectorCheck that primary unit is powered and available
241
CC_a022Unable to charge - More than 1 primary unitEnsure only 1 Wall Connector is set as primary
241
CC_a023Unable to charge - Too many Wall ConnectorsEnsure no more than 3 units paired with primary
242
CC_a024Unable to charge - Low Wall Connector currentPrimary unit current setting must be increased
242
CC_a025Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
242
CC_a026Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
243
CC_a027Unable to charge - Wall Connector issueWall Connector needs service
243
CC_a028Unable to charge - Incorrect switch settingWall Connector rotary switch must be adjusted
244
CC_a029Unable to charge - Vehicle connection issueInsert charge handle fully into charge port
244
CC_a030Unable to charge - Primary / paired unit mismatchWall Connector current ratings must match
245
CC_a041Charge rate reduced - Wall connection hotOutlet or Wall Connector wiring must be checked
245
CC_a043Wall Connector configuration must be completedRefer to Installation Guide to enable charging
245
CP_a004Charging equipment not recognizedTry again or try different equipment
246
CP_a010Charging equipment communication errorTry again or try different equipment
246
CP_a043Charge port door sensor faultCharge port may not operate as expected
247
CP_a046Charging equipment communication lostCheck power source and charging equipment
247
CP_a051Charge port may not open when pressedUse another method to open the charge port
248
CP_a053Unable to charge - Charge station not poweredCheck power source or try a different station
248
CP_a054Charge port latch not engagedFully insert charge cable or check for obstruction
249
CP_a055Charging equipment communication lostCheck power source and charging equipment
249
CP_a056Charging stopped - Charge cable disconnectedClose charge port - Press brake pedal and retry
250
CP_a058Unable to AC charge - Unplug and retryOr try DC Fast Charging / Supercharging
250
CP_a066Charging equipment not readySee equipment instructions to start charging
251
CP_a078Cable blocked - Charge port latch may be frozenTry using Defrost Car button in Mobile App
251
CP_a079Charge rate reduced - Charge port may be frozenTry using Defrost Car button in Mobile App
252
CP_a101Charge rate reduced - Wall connection hotOutlet or Wall Connector wiring must be checked
253
CP_a102Unable to charge - Wall connection too hotOutlet or Wall Connector wiring must be checked
253
CP_a143Charging adapter has electric arc flash hazardUse different charging equipment
253
CP_a151Charge port error detected - Service is requiredAC charging may not function / OK to Supercharge
254
DI_a138Front motor disabled - OK to driveVehicle power may be limited
254
DI_a166Vehicle automatically parked to prevent rollawayFasten seatbelt and close door to stay in gear
255
DI_a175Cruise control unavailable
255
DI_a184Autopark canceledTake control
256
DI_a185Autopark Aborted
256
DI_a190Rear tire tread depth low - Schedule serviceInspect tires for rotation/replacement
257
DI_a245Vehicle Hold feature unavailableKeep brake pedal pressed while stopped
257
EPBL_a195 / EPBR_a195Vehicle automatically parked to prevent rollawayFasten seatbelt and close door to stay in gear
258
ESP_a118Assist for low brake performance activatedTo stop, keep brake pedal firmly pressed
258
PCS_a016Cannot charge - Poor grid power quality possibleRetry / Try other charge location or Supercharging
259
PCS_a017Charging stopped - Power lost while chargingCheck power source and charging equipment
259
PCS_a019Power grid or vehicle issue limiting AC chargingUnplug and retry / Try different charging location
260
PCS_a032Poor electric grid power quality detectedTry different charging station or location
261
PCS_a052External charging equipment not providing powerCheck power source or try different equipment
261
PCS_a053Charge rate reduced - Unexpected voltage dropRemove extension cords / Have wiring inspected
262
PCS_a054Charging stopped due to large voltage dropRemove extension cords / Have wiring inspected
263
PCS_a073External charging equipment error detectedTry different charging equipment
263
PCS_a090Charging slowed - Some AC phases not poweredCheck power source and charging equipment
264
UI_a006Service is requiredSchedule service now
264
UI_a013Air pressure in tires very lowPULL OVER SAFELY - Check for flat tire
265
UI_a014Air pressure below recommendation for tiresCheck pressure and refill air as needed
265
UI_a137Active service connection to vehicleService performing remote diagnostics
266
UMC_a001Unable to charge with Mobile ConnectorInadequate outlet grounding - Try another outlet
266
UMC_a002Unable to charge - Mobile Connector GFCI trippedUnplug charge handle from charge port and retry
267
UMC_a004Unable to charge with Mobile ConnectorVoltage too high / Try a different wall outlet
267
UMC_a005Unable to charge with Mobile ConnectorVoltage too low / Try a different wall outlet
268
UMC_a007Mobile Connector control box temperature highLet Mobile Connector cool to resume charging
268
UMC_a008Unable to charge - Wall plug temperature highWall outlet and wiring inspection recommended
268
UMC_a009Cannot charge - Charge handle temperature highCheck charge handle or charge port for debris
269
UMC_a010Mobile Connector to adapter connection hotLet cool - Plug adapter fully into Mobile Connector
269
UMC_a011Charging equipment communication errorTry again or try different equipment
270
UMC_a012Charging equipment communication errorTry again or try different equipment
270
UMC_a013Wall plug adapter error - Charge rate reducedPlug adapter fully into Mobile Connector and retry
271
UMC_a014Wall plug adapter error - Charge rate reducedPlug adapter fully into Mobile Connector and retry
272
UMC_a015Wall plug adapter error - Charge rate reducedPlug adapter fully into Mobile Connector and retry
272
UMC_a016Mobile Connector control box temperature highMaximum charge rate reduced
273
UMC_a017Charge rate reduced - Wall plug temperature highWall outlet and wiring inspection recommended
273
UMC_a018Charge rate reduced - Handle temperature highCheck charge handle or charge port for debris
273
UMC_a019Mobile Connector to adapter connection hotMaximum charge rate reduced
274
VCFRONT_a180Electrical system power reducedVehicle may shut down unexpectedly
274
VCFRONT_a182Schedule service to replace low voltage batterySoftware will not update until battery is replaced
275
VCFRONT_a191Electrical system power reducedVehicle shutting down
275
VCFRONT_a192Electrical system is unable to support all featuresSwitching off features to conserve energy
276
VCFRONT_a216Vehicle may not restart - Service is requiredElectrical system issue detected
276
VCFRONT_a220Electrical system is unable to support all featuresSchedule service
277
VCFRONT_a402Electrical system backup power is unavailableVehicle will consume more energy while idle
277
VCFRONT_a496Vehicle is preparing to shut downPULL OVER SAFELY
278
VCFRONT_a592Unable to drive - Service is requiredElectrical system issue detected
278
VCFRONT_a593Unable to drive - Service is requiredElectrical system issue detected
279
VCFRONT_a596Unable to drive - Service is requiredElectrical system issue detected
279
VCFRONT_a597Unable to drive - Service is requiredElectrical system issue detected
280
VCSEC_a221Air pressure below recommendation for tiresCheck pressure and refill air as needed
280
VCSEC_a228Air pressure in tires very lowPULL OVER SAFELY - Check for flat tire
281
Consumer Information
282
About this Owner Information
282
Document Applicability
282
Illustrations
282
Feature Availability
282
Errors or Inaccuracies
282
Location of Components
282
Copyrights and Trademarks
282
Feature Availability Statement
283
Disclaimers
284
Event Data Recorder (EDR)
284
Vehicle Telematics
284
Data Sharing
284
Quality Control
285
California Proposition 65
285
Contacting Tesla
286
Reporting Safety Defects - US
286
Reporting Safety Defects - Canada
286
Reporting Safety Defects
287
Certification Conformity
287
FCC and ISED Certification
287
Radio Frequency Information
288
Canada
288
Déclaration d'exposition aux radiations
288
Mexico
288
Index
289

FAQ about the 2023 Tesla Model 3 Manual

What contains the 2023 Model 3 manual?

The Tesla Model 3 owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Tesla to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Tesla Model 3. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Tesla Model 3 2023 owner's manual:

  • Environmental Information about environmentally-friendly driving practices
  • Fuel Information, with recommended fuel type and fuel tank capacity
  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Tesla Model 3 owners can do
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations
  • Basic operations, like starting and stopping the engine and driver settings

Where to download the 2023 Tesla Model 3 Owners Manual?

The Tesla Model 3 owner manual for the 2023 model year is to be found on this page.

Is the manual for the Tesla Model 3 year 2023 free?

Yes, the owner manual for the model year 2023 is free, but the repair manuals are usually not easy to get and may cost more.

The Tesla Model 3 (2023) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2023 is available in English.

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