Videos about Maintenance

Past Tesletter articles

DIY Protection with Feynlab

Feynlab’s DIY products follow a regimen: Preparation, Protection, Maintenance. First Prepare the paint by washing with Pure Wash, followed by Panel Prep to remove any residual oil or contaminants. Then Protect your Tesla using Ceramic Lite - the easiest coating to apply. Then Maintain the coating with Pure Wash, and if you want that extra touch of protection follow it up with Ceramic Spray Sealant every couple of months.

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See more: Feynlab

From issue #99

Model 3 2-year review

This review is interesting because it’s not only a 2-year review but a follow-up of a 1-year review by the same owner of the same Model 3 and you can see a side by side comparison of what has changed in this second year of ownership.

From issue #130

Model 3 cabin air filter replacement

Michael from Teslatunity shows us how to replace the cabin air filter and how to get rid of the ‘wet sock’ smell. Tesla should cover this under the warranty, but it’s always good to know how these things work in case you want different filters (e.g. HEPA) or for when the warranty expires.

From issue #98

Tesla Model 3 maintenance guide (Costs even lower than I thought)

In-depth reference for the first 4 years of maintenance of your Model 3.

Read more: CleanTechnica

From issue #65