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Tesla – Maintenance & Service

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It’s a misnomer that Teslas don’t need service. Nothing could be further from the truth. It is true that maintenance is less than the typical ICE automobile, but many systems need regular attention- some familiar and some not. For instance, the brakes are seldom used due to regenerative braking, but did you know that they need lubrication? They actually move so infrequently that they can freeze up. A simple service can make your original brakes work properly and last for 100K+ miles.

Your Tesla still has many moving parts and moving parts need service!

  • Key fob battery/programming
  • Brakes, filters, wiper blades
  • Annual Service
    • Scan for alerts, repairs, clear DTC’s
    • Sunroof track cleaning, drain clearing, lubrication
    • Cabin Air Filter
    • Coolant Exchange (as needed)
    • Steering and suspension re-torque (a MUST)
    • Clean and lubricate hood, door and trunk latches
    • A/C inspection
    • Brake fluid analysis
    • Brake caliper/pad inspection and lubrication
    • Drive unit gear lubrication inspection
    • Tire rotation
    • Wheel alignment check
    • Thermal system test
  • Headlamp adjustments
  • Tires

We pride ourselves in having common parts and supplies “on hand” to service your car quickly. Lubricants, filters, wiper blades, low voltage batteries, bulbs, ballasts, lamp assemblies, locks, window motors & regulators, A/C and heater parts, switches and suspension parts are just a few we have ready for your car service or repair.

Tesla recommends the following vehicle service intervals:

Factory Service Intervals

  • Brake fluid test (every 2 year)
  • A/C service (cabin air filter, refrigerant service)(every 2 years)
  • Inspect, clean and lubricate brake parts (every 2 years)
  • Rotate tires (every 6250 miles or if tread depth difference > 2/32″)