Tesla Model X Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model X: Guidelines for Seating Children

Your Model X seat belts are designed for adults and larger children. You must restrain infants and small children in rear seats only, and you must use a suitable child safety seat appropriate for the child's age, weight, and size.

Never use child safety seats in the front passenger seat.

WARNING: Never seat a child in the front passenger seat, even if using a child safety seat.

WARNING: Never seat a child on a seat with an ACTIVE AIRBAG in front of it. DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the child can occur.

WARNING: For vehicles with third row seats, when a child is seated in a second row monopost seat, the setting for the button that moves a second row outboard seat forward for easy access into the third row should be OFF (touch Controls > Safety > Third Row Easy Entry). This ensures that you need to manually hold the button to move the seat, preventing a child seated in the second row from being pushed against the corresponding front seat. See Adjusting Second Row Seats (Monopost).

Refer to the following label located on the sun visors.

NOTE: The image(s) shown below are representative only and may not be identical to the labels in your vehicle.

Child Safety Seats

Model X has an occupancy sensor in the front passenger seat that controls the passenger front airbag (see Airbags).

The Passenger Airbag Off indicator displays on the touchscreen when the passenger front airbag is OFF. When the passenger front airbag is OFF, it does not inflate when a collision occurs. This indicator does not display when the seat is unoccupied.

To protect an adult occupying the front passenger seat, always double-check the passenger front airbag to confirm that it is ON.

WARNING: Always ensure that all Model X seats are locked in position before traveling. Failure to do so increases the risk of injury. Pay attention to all warnings displayed on the touchscreen.

WARNING: Do not associate the Easy Entry setting with the driver's profile when a child is seated in a second row seat. Doing so can cause the driver's seat to push against the child, especially when a child is seated in a forward-facing child seat or booster seat. Do not rely on Model X to recognize or accommodate a child seated in the second row seats while using this setting (see Driver Profiles).


     Choosing a Child Safety Seat

    All children age 12 and under should ride in the second and third row seats. Always use a child safety seat suitable for a young child's age and weight. The following table is based on child safety

     Installing Child Safety Seats

    There are two general methods used to install child safety seats: Seat belt retained - these seats are secured using the vehicle's seat belts. LATCH retained - these seats attach to anchor bars

     Installing LATCH (ISOFIX) Child Seats

    Lower LATCH anchors are provided in the second row outboard seats. The anchors are located between the seat's back rest and rear cushion. The exact location of each anchor is identified by a child


     TXV Valve - Evaporator - Front (Remove and Replace)

    Removal Release the charge port high/low pressure pipes from the TXV valve (refer to procedure). Note: It is not necessary to completely remove the charge port high/low pressure pipes from the vehicle. Disconnect the TXV valve electrical connec

     Key Fob

    You can quickly familiarize yourself with the key fob by thinking of it as a miniature version of Model X, with the Tesla badge representing the front. The key has buttons that feel like softer areas on the surface. Trunk Double-click to open or close the rear trunk. If equipped with a powe

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