Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Folding Third Row Seat Backs (7-seater only)

To fold a third row seat, first ensure that the head support is fully down as shown (see Head Supports). Then press the button located in the top corner of the seat back and fold the backrest downward.

Folding Third Row Seat Backs (7-seater only)

NOTE: To return the seat backs to the upright position, pull the seat back upward until it latches into place. Try pulling the backrest forward to confirm that it is securely latched in the upright position.

NOTE: Before folding the seat backs, remove any items from the seats and the footwell. To allow the backrests to fold completely flat, you may need to move the second row seats forward.

NOTE: Driving with the third row backrests folded forward may result in increased perceivable noise and/or vibration coming from the rear of the vehicle (trunk, suspension, etc.).

WARNING: Always ensure the seat backrests are locked in their upright position before travel. Failure to do so increases the risk of injury.


     Head Supports

    The front seats include integrated head supports that you can not adjust. The second row outboard seats include an adjustable head support that you can raise, lower, or remove. When either of these s

     Removing/Installing a Head Support

    All head supports in the second and third row (if equipped) seating positions can be removed. To remove a head support: 1. Fully raise the head support by pulling it upward. 2. Press and hold the bu

     Seat Belts


     Camera Location

    Model Y is equipped with a rear view camera located above the rear license plate. Whenever you shift into Reverse, the touchscreen displays the view from the camera. Lines show your driving path based on the position of the steering wheel. These lines adjust as you move the steering wheel. Mo

     Collision Avoidance Assist

    The following collision avoidance features are designed to increase the safety of you and your passengers: Forward Collision Warning - provides visual and audible warnings in situations when Model Y detects that there is a high risk of a frontal collision (see Forward Collision Warning). A

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