Tesla Model X Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model X: Checking Brake Fluid

WARNING: Contact Tesla immediately if you notice increased movement of the brake pedal or a significant loss of brake fluid. Driving under these conditions can result in extended stopping distances or complete brake failure.

A red brake indicator on the instrument panel alerts you if the quantity of fluid in the brake reservoir drops below the recommended level. If it displays while driving, stop as soon as safety permits by gently applying the brakes. Do not continue driving. Contact Tesla immediately.

Fluid Level Check

Tesla checks the brake fluid level and health at the regularly scheduled maintenance intervals.

Topping Up the Brake Fluid

Do not top up your brake fluid. The following instructions are provided for information purposes and future reference only:

1. Clean the filler cap before removing it to prevent dirt from entering the reservoir.

2. Unscrew the cap and remove it.

3. Top up the reservoir to the MAX mark using the appropriate brake fluid.

4. Reinstall the filler cap, ensuring it is fully secured.

WARNING: Only use new fluid from a sealed air- tight container. Never use previously used fluid or fluid from a previously opened container-fluid absorbs moisture which decreases braking performance.

WARNING: Brake fluid is highly toxic. Keep containers sealed and out of the reach of children. In the event of accidental consumption, seek medical attention immediately.

CAUTION: Brake fluid damages painted surfaces. Immediately soak up any spills with an absorbent cloth and wash the area with a mixture of car shampoo and water.


     Topping Up Windshield Washer Fluid

    The only reservoir into which you can add fluid is the windshield washer fluid reservoir, which is located behind the front trunk. When the level is low, a message displays on the instrument panel.

     Jacking and Lifting

     Jacking Procedure

    Follow the steps below to lift Model X. Ensure that any non-Tesla repair facility is aware of these lifting points. 1. Position Model X centrally between the lift posts. 2. If your Model X is equipp


     Accessing the Cargo Area

    Secure all cargo before moving Model X, and place heavy cargo in the upper trunk compartment. To access the cargo area inside the rear trunk, push down on the ridged portion of the handle of the cargo cover and then pull up. You can then adjust the position of the cargo cover or completely remo

     Auto Shift out of Park

    NOTE: Auto Shift out of Park is a BETA feature and is disabled by default. When Auto Shift out of Park is enabled, Model X is designed to use inputs from various sensors to automatically select Drive or Reverse. The instrument panel displays the selected drive mode when the driver's door is clo

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