Tesla Service Manuals & Emergency Response Guides Now Easy To Access

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Some good news for those DIYers out there who own a Tesla: Tesla recently changed its policy and now allows its customers to subscribe to the company’s online vehicle service manuals for a fee of $0 for 1 year (365 days).

This is an interesting development, as it allows the public to access tons of vital information about Tesla’s vehicles, including the following: Service Manuals, Parts Manuals (parts catalogs), and Body Repair info; Tooling Catalogs and Wiring Diagrams; Service Bulletins; Labor Codes and Times; Circuit & Connector Reference Guides; and Charging Product Manuals.

This makes it easy for Tesla owners, first responders, and certified Tesla repair shops to work on a Tesla vehicle. This free access to information and diagrams will also enable the ability (for those brave enough to try) to rebuild a salvaged Tesla.

Screenshot from one of the Tesla online service manuals that the automaker has granted free subscription for 1 year now. (Source: Tesla)

In the subscription login area of the Tesla service website (https://service.tesla.com/service-subscription), Tesla has listed all the necessary information and diagrams anyone would ever need to access for their vehicle. These manuals are available for the entire lineup of current Tesla cars (including Model S, 3, X, and Y) and even for the old first-gen version of the Tesla Roadster.

As soon as I found out about this (hat tip to @greentheonly on Twitter), I rushed to sign up for the service and I was actually able to subscribe for $0 for the coming year. However, it is not clear if this will remain free for users after one year — we probably will have to wait to find out.

That said, the wealth of technical information provided by Tesla will help with minor repairs done by technically-savvy DIY Tesla owners and give them a chance to deeply learn about their vehicles.

One thing all Tesla owners (and first responders) should be aware of is how to respond in case of an emergency. To that end, check out the Tesla Emergency Response Guides at the bottom of this post (see below).

Tesla Model 3 Emergency Response Guide

Tesla Model Y Emergency Response Guide

Tesla Model S Emergency Response Guide

Tesla Model X Emergency Response Guide

An earlier version of this article was originally published by Tesla Oracle. Revised update edited by EVANNEX. Source: Tesla

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Iqtidar Ali

Iqtidar Ali writes for X Auto about Tesla and electric vehicles. A true car enthusiast since his childhood, he covers his stories with an utmost passion, which is now guided by the mission towards sustainability. He also writes about tech stuff at UXTechPlus.com occasionally. Iqtidar can easily be reached on Twitter @IqtidarAlii (DM open for tips, feedback or a friendly message) or via email: iqtidar@xautoworld.com.

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