Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Service Intervals

Your vehicle should generally be serviced on an as-needed basis. However, Tesla recommends the following maintenance items and intervals, as applicable to your vehicle, to ensure continued reliability and efficiency of your Model 3.

  • Brake fluid health check every 2 years (replace if necessary)
  • A/C desiccant bag replacement every 6 years
  • Cabin air filter replacement every 2 years
  • Clean and lubricate brake calipers every year or 12,500 miles (20,000 km) if in an area where roads are salted during winter
  • Rotate tires every 10,000-12,000 miles (16,000-20,000 km) or if tread depth difference is 2/32 in (1.5 mm) or greater

Note: The above intervals are based on normal driving behaviors and scenarios. Additionally, the above list should not be considered comprehensive and does not include consumable parts such as windshield wipers, brake pads, etc.

Note: Damages or failures caused by maintenance or repairs performed by non- Tesla certified technicians are not covered by the warranty.

Daily Checks

  • Check the Battery's charge level, displayed on the touchscreen or mobile app.
  • Check the condition and pressure of each tire
  • Check that all exterior lights, horn, turn signals, and wipers and washers are working.
  • Check for any unexpected indicator lights or vehicle alerts on the touchscreen.
  • Check the operation of the brakes, including the parking brake.
  • Check the operation of the seat belts
  • Look for abnormal fluid deposits underneath Model 3 that might indicate a leak. It is normal for a small pool of water to form (caused by the air conditioning system's dehumidifying process).
  • Look around the exterior of Model 3 and immediately remove any corrosive substances (such as bird droppings, tree resin, tar spots, dead insects, industrial fallout, etc.) to prevent damage to the paint

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