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tesla charging station signThis maintenance schedule ONLY applies to owners who plan to care for their Tesla and not let it rot for the next owner. These recommendations have been developed from real-world Tesla® experience and ownership by our staff and leadership team. If you do not want to care for your Tesla the way we recommend, you do not have to. That is a personal choice. Applies to All Tesla vehicles: Tires degrade over time due to the effects of ultraviolet light, extreme temperatures, high loads, and environmental conditions. It is recommended by Tesla that tires are replaced every six years, or sooner if required, even if tread depth is above the minimum. Tires can be replaced in pairs on each axle. A whole set is not required but tread pattern matching is recommended.

Tesla Model Updates: What does refresh mean on a Model S & X? Pre-Dashboard redesign. Yoke does not mean refresh though after ~March 2023+ because a steering wheel option was added. What does ‘late’ Model 3 mean? Black trim/Exterior Door Handle Cars and Different Console What does ‘late’ Model Y mean? Added Biohazard Cabin Filtration System Model S/X ~2015 to ~January 2021 Production ~February 2012-~March 2016, ~April 2016-~January 2021 – Model S Production ~September 2015-~February 2021 – Model X We recommend the following maintenance items and intervals, as applicable to your vehicle, to ensure continued reliability and efficiency of your Model S/X. Brake fluid every 2 years Front and Rear Differential Oil Service for Permanent Magnet Motor Units – Every 30k Miles (15k Miles for ALL P100D and Dual Motor Ludicrous Mode equipped Cars) – Note that earlier models are 100k Mile intervals except for Insane Mode cars. Raven drivetrains included. A/C desiccant bag aka moisture trap replacement every 4 years or earlier Cabin air filter replacement every year 12v Battery Replacement every 3 years – Or Chance Being Stuck? HEPA filter replacement every 3 years (If equipped with Biohazard/Hepa Retrofit) Check Display for > Wiper blades every 6 months or earlier Clean and lubricate brake calipers every year or 12,500 miles (20,000 km) if in an area where roads are salted during winter otherwise every 2 years. Replace pads and rotors as needed Apply door and trunk/frunk seal rubber care yearly Rotate tires every 6,250 miles (10,000 km) or if tread depth difference is 2/32 in (1.5 mm) or greater, whichever comes first Wheel Alignment Yearly for maximum range and performance Model S/X ~2021+ Production ~February 2021 on – Model S including Palladium Production ~March 2021 on – Model X including Palladium Brake fluid health check every 2 years (replace if necessary) or, if the vehicle is used for towing, replace the brake fluid every 2 years Front and Rear Differential Oil Service Every 30k Miles (15k Miles for Palladium aka Plaid) A/C desiccant bag aka moisture trap replacement every 3 years 12v Battery Every 3 Years (Always Check if Lion or Lead) – Or Chance Being Stuck? Wiper blades every 6 months or as needed Apply door and trunk/frunk seal rubber care yearly Cabin air filter replacement every year HEPA filter replacement every 3 years.

All are equipped Clean and lubricate brake calipers every year or 12,500 miles (20,000 km) if in an area where roads are salted during winter. Replace pads and rotors as needed. Rotate tires every 6,250 miles (10,000 km) or if tread depth difference is 2/32 in (1.5 mm) or greater, whichever comes first Wheel Alignment Yearly for maximum range and performance. Install Winter Tires/Wheels (Recommended November through February in NC) 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 Model 3 ~2017+/Model Y ~2020+ There are NOT any official production splits in Tesla EPC but here are the simple way to remember splits: Black handle Model 3 ~2021 there were many facelift changes 2022+ Model Y there was a Biohazard Cabin Air Filtration System and Software Update Added Brake fluid replace every 2 years Front and Rear Differential Oil Service when Equipped – Every 30k Miles Lubricate Exterior Door Handles Every Service Wiper Blades Every 6 Months or as needed Apply door and trunk/frunk seal rubber care yearly Replace 12v Battery Every 3 Years (Always Check if Lion or Lead) – Or Chance Being Stuck? A/C desiccant bag aka moisture trap replacement every 3 years or earlier Cabin air filter replacement every year or earlier if needed or smell present. Two required Hepa Filter Every 3 Years (Currently ~2022+ Model Y Only when Biohazard in climate display > Clean and lubricate brake calipers every year or 12,500 miles (20,000 km) if in an area where roads are salted during winter or 2 years otherwise Rotate tires every 6,250 miles (10,000 km) or if tread depth difference is 2/32 in (1.5 mm) or greater, whichever comes first Wheel Alignment Yearly for maximum range and performance Install Winter Tires/Wheels (Recommended November through February in NC) 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. CyberTruck – TBD Roadster – TBD