Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Driving

This section illustrates a number of driving-related topics. The first section goes over how to operate the different controls, including the parking brake, gas and brake pedals, steering wheel, and gear selector.

It also examines the many driving modes that the Model 3 offers, including Sport mode for more dramatic driving, Normal mode for everyday driving, and Chill mode for more gradual acceleration.

Regenerative braking is one of the main topics discussed in this part; its advantages for recharging the battery and increasing driving energy efficiency are thoroughly explored.

There is also a description of the Model 3 Autopilot's self-steering and traffic-aware cruise control (TACC) technologies, which allow for somewhat autonomous highway driving.

In order to increase driving safety, safety systems including Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), Collision Avoidance, and Lane Departure Prevention are described along with how to utilize and set them.


 Driver Profiles

 Creating a Driver Profile

When you first adjust the driver's seat, steering wheel, or driver's side mirror, the touchscreen prompts you to create a driver profile to save these adjustments. Your profile also saves some of

 Linking a Driver Profile to a Key

You can link a driver profile to a key (or keys) to allow Model 3 to automatically select the correct driver profile when the linked key is detected as you approach the vehicle and open the driver


 Harness - Headliner (Remove and Replace)

Remove Remove the headliner. See Headliner (Remove and Install). Disconnect the electrical harness from the LH headliner tweeter connector. Disconnect the electrical harness from the front overhead console connector. Disconnect the electrical harness from the RH headliner tweeter connec

 Radiator (Remove and Replace)

Remove Remove the cooling fan module. See Module - Cooling Fan (Remove and Install). Release the clips that attach the active grille shutter to the cooling fan module, and then remove the active grille shutter from the module. Remove the screws that attach the radiator to the con

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