Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Rear Console

Your Model 3 has a rear console integrated in the center of the second row seat back. Pull the console down to access the rear cup holders, or use it as an armrest.

Rear Console


Coat Hangers

Your Model 3 has a coat hanger on each side of the vehicle in the second row. Push the coat hanger to release it. Push it again to retract it.

Coat Hangers


Cabin Camera

Model 3 is equipped with a camera in the cabin. The camera is not currently active, but might be used in potential future features which could be added to Model 3 with software releases.

Cabin Camera


Keep the camera lens clean, and free of obstructions. Remove any buildup of dirt or dust by occasionally wiping the camera lens with a soft damp cloth.

Caution: Do not use chemical-based or abrasive cleaners. Doing so can damage the surface of the camera lens.

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     Seating and Safety Restraints

     Front and Rear Seats

     Correct Driving Position

    The seat, head support, seat belt and airbags work together to maximize your safety. Using these correctly ensures greater protection. Position the seat so you can wear the seat belt correctly

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     Vehicle Certification Label

    The Vehicle Certification label provides: GVWR - Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. The maximum allowable total mass of Model 3. This is calculated as the weight of Model 3, all passengers, fluids, and cargo.  GAWR FRT and GAWR RR - Gross Axle Weight Rating for the front and rear axles.

     During Charging

    During charging, the charge port light (the Tesla "T" logo) pulses green, and the touchscreen displays the charging status. The frequency at which the charge port light pulses slows down as the charge level approaches full. When charging is complete, the light stops pulsing and is so

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