Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Inspection and Service

Maintenance Service

Maintenance Service and Intervals

Note: Use this information to determine the maintenance procedures and intervals that Tesla recommends.

Brake Fluid Check

Check the condition of the brake fluid every 2 years.

Brake Fluid Flush

Perform the brake fluid flush when the brake fluid check indicates that the brake fluid needs to be replaced. See Brake Fluid Bleed / Flush.

A/C Desiccant Bag Replacement

Replace the A/C desiccant bag every 6 years. See Receiver Dryer and Desiccant (Remove and Replace).

Cabin Air Filter Replacement

Replace the cabin air filter every 2 years for all countries except China. In China, recommended replacement is every year. See Filter - Cabin (Remove and Replace).

Tire Rotation

Rotate the tires at 2/32 in. (1.5 mm) or greater depth difference. Tire rotation might not be applicable on vehicles equipped with staggered wheel fitment or directional tires. See Tire Rotation..

Wheel Alignment Check

Perform a wheel alignment check if tires are wearing unevenly or customer complaints that the vehicle is pulling. See Four Wheel Alignment (Check).

Clean and Lubricate Brake Calipers

Clean and lubricate the brake caliper pad slides every year only for cold weather regions or areas where road salt is used.



     Vehicle Lifting

     Raise Vehicle - 2 Post Lift

    DRAFT Warning: This procedure was derived from pre-production computer models, and might not reflect the real-world situation. Warnings and cautions might be missing. Follow safety requirements a


     Compressor- Install

    Remove the port plugs and port nuts from the replacement compressor. Use the digital scale to weigh the replacement compressor and record its weight. Subtract the weight of the removed compressor from the weight of the replacement compressor. The difference is the weight of oil to be removed

     Flood Ports - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Remove

    Remove Connect a laptop with Toolbox 3 to the vehicle. In Toolbox, click in the Search field, and then click Tools. From the Tools menu, click Active Alerts. Click Read Alerts and check for a BMS_a123, BMS_a151, or a BMS_a035 alert If: Any of the alerts are present - Investigate and cor

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