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Tesla Model 3: Cold Weather Best Practices

Tesla Model 3 2017-2023 Owner's Manual / Driving / Cold Weather Best Practices


 Before Driving

The following best practices can help ensure that you have the best ownership experience possible in harsh cold weather conditions. Before Driving Warm the cabin and Battery ahead of departure fo

 While Driving

Cold weather can increase energy consumption because more power is required for driving, cabin and Battery heating. Follow these suggestions to reduce energy consumption: Using the seat heater

 Removing Ice From Door Handle

In severe winter conditions, ice buildup within the door handle can prevent the door handle from opening. The process for freeing a Model 3 door handle is slightly different than other door handle



Special tools required for this procedure: SPECIAL TOOLS Pliers, Clip Removal (1133569-00-A) On a wall, measure 14.5 in (36.8 cm) from the floor, and then apply a length of 1-inch masking tape horizontally to the wall to mark the measurement. Measure 25 ft (7.62 m) from the wall, and then a

 Child Safety Seat Warnings

Warning: Extreme hazard! Do not seat a child on the front passenger seat even if you are using a child safety seat. This seat has an airbag in front of it. Although this airbag is disabled when Model 3 detects a lightweight passenger, do not rely on technology to protect your child. Warning:

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