Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Airbag and Supplementary Restraint System (SRS) Precautions

Tesla Model 3 2017-2023 Service Manual / General Information / Best Practices / Airbag and Supplementary Restraint System (SRS) Precautions


 General Precautions

The Supplementary Restraint System (SRS) includes airbags, pretensioners, and other safety-related components. The SRS contains components which could be potentially hazardous to the technician if n

 SRS Component Testing Precautions

The airbags and other SRS components are triggered using relatively low operating currents. To prevent accidental deployment, always adhere to the following precautions: Warning: Do not use a multim

 SRS Component Deployment

If a vehicle is to be scrapped and contains an undeployed airbag module or pretensioner, the module or pretensioner must be manually deployed. Always observe the following precautions: Warning: Only


 Retrieving Footage

To retrieve video footage from the flash drive, remove the flash drive from the front USB port and use a personal computer or other device to access the files. Navigate to the "TeslaCam" folder on the flash drive. Within the "TeslaCam" folder, there are three sub-folders: Recent

 Cruising at the Set Speed

Traffic-Aware Cruise Control maintains your set cruising speed whenever a vehicle is not detected in front of Model 3. When cruising behind a detected vehicle, Traffic-Aware Cruise Control accelerates and decelerates Model 3 as needed to maintain a chosen following distance up to the set speed

© 2019-2023 Copyright www.tmodel3.com