Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Turn Signals

The turn signals flash three times or continuously, depending on how far up or down you move the lever. Lightly push the turn signal lever up or down for a three-flash sequence. For a continuous signal, push the lever fully up or down.

Turn Signals


The turn signals stop operating when canceled by the steering wheel, by moving the lever in the opposite direction, or lightly pushing the lever in the same direction once more.

The corresponding turn signal
indicator lights up on the touchscreen when a turn signal is operating. Model 3 also emits a clicking sound.

Warning: If you have purchased an optional Autopilot package and Traffic- Aware Cruise Control is active, engaging a turn signal can cause Model 3 to accelerate when using Traffic-Aware Cruise Control in specific situations. If Autosteer is active on a vehicle with Auto Lane Change, engaging a turn signal may cause Model 3 to change lanes.

Hazard Warning Flashers

To turn on the hazard warning flashers, press the button located above the rear view mirror.

All turn signals flash. Press the button again to turn off the hazard warning flashers.

Hazard Warning Flashers


Note: Hazard warning flashers operate even when Model 3 cannot detect a key.

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