Tesla Model X Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model X: Adjusting Front Seats

Front and Rear Seats

  1. Move seat forward/backward and adjust the seat's height and tilt angle up/down.
  2. Adjust backrest.
  3. Adjust lumbar support.

WARNING: Before adjusting a front seat, check that the area around the seat is free of obstacles (people and objects).

WARNING: Do not adjust seats while driving. Doing so increases the risk of a collision.

WARNING: Riding in a moving vehicle with the seat back reclined can result in serious injuries in a collision, as you could slide under the lap belt or be propelled into the seat belt. Ensure your seat back is reclined no more than 30 degrees when the vehicle is moving.


     Adjusting Second Row Seats (Bench)

    Second row bench seats can accommodate up to three passengers. Use the mechanical adjustment lever located at the side of each outboard seating position to adjust the seat backs. A bench seat is sp

     Folding Second Row Seats (Bench)

    The second row seat backs on bench seats can be folded fully forward so they lay flat and maximize cargo space. Pull up the mechanical lever located on the side of each outboard seat (the same leve

     Adjusting Second Row Seats (Monopost)

    A Model X equipped with monopost seats can accommodate two passengers in the second row. To adjust the position of these seats, use the manual adjustments. Use the button near the top of the seat


     Park Brake Caliper - Release - Harness Tool - Through Calipers

    Special tools required for this procedure: Supplier Part Number Description   1086861-00-A Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) release tool      

     Passive Locking and Unlocking

    Locking and unlocking Model X with your key fob is conveniently hands-free. Although you must be carrying a paired key fob, there is no need to use it. Model X has sensors around the vehicle that can recognize the presence of a key fob within a range of approximately six feet (two meters). Theref

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