Tesla Model X Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model X: Rear Reading Lights

Model X is equipped with a reading light on each side of the rear seats, located above the door and next to the coat hangers (see Coat Hangers). To turn a reading light on or off, press its lens. If you leave a reading light turned on, it automatically turns off when Model X powers off.

Headlights After Exit

When you stop driving and park Model X in low lighting conditions, exterior lights temporarily remain illuminated. They automatically turn off after one minute or when you lock Model X whichever comes first.

To turn this feature on and off, touch Controls > Lights > Headlights After Exit. When Headlights After Exit is off, the headlights turn off immediately when you engage Park and open a door.

Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS)

If equipped, the Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) automatically adjusts the beam of the headlights to improve your driving view. Electric sensors measure driving speed, steering angle and yaw (the rotation of the car around the vertical axis) to determine the optimum position of the headlights based on current driving conditions. For example, to improve visibility while driving on winding roads at night, the AFS casts the beam in the direction of the curve. When low beam headlights are turned on and when driving at lower speeds, AFS improves lateral illumination to increase the visibility of pedestrians and curbs, and to improve visibility when turning at a dark intersection, into a driveway, or when making a u-turn.

The Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) operates whenever headlights are on. If Model X isn't moving, or is moving in reverse, the adaptive headlights do not activate. This prevents the headlights from inadvertently blinding other drivers.

If the AFS fails, the instrument panel displays an alert. Contact Tesla Service.


     Turn Signals

    To engage a turn signal, press the corresponding arrow button on the left side of the steering yoke. A turn signal cancels based on the angle of the steering yoke (for example, you finish making a

     Instrument Panel

     Instrument Panel Overview

    The instrument panel changes depending on whether Model X is: Off or Parked (shown below). Driving (see Instrument Panel - Driving). Charging (see Charging Instructions). When Model X is off or P


     Opening and Closing Front Doors from Outside

    Model X doors are electrically powered. When you approach Model X carrying a key, the doors automatically unlock. The front doors open when you press the door handle. You can also set the driver's door to open automatically upon your approach. The door partially opens (between 20º and 45º de

     Assembly - Frame - Instrument Cluster (Remove and Replace)

    Removal Remove the lower dash trim (refer to procedure). Release the clips (x4) that secure the binnacle cover panel. Remove the binnacle cover panel. Caution: Take care not to damage component(s). Remove the screws (x2) that secure the

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