Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Starting

When you open a door to enter Model Y, the touchscreen powers on and you can operate all controls. To drive Model Y:

  1. Press the brake pedal - Model Y powers on and is ready to drive.
  2. Select a drive mode - move the drive stalk down for Drive or up for Reverse.

NOTE: If the PIN to Drive feature is enabled (see PIN to Drive), you must also enter a valid PIN on the touchscreen before you can drive Model Y.

Everything you need to know when driving Model Y displays on the instrument panel.

Drive Disabled - Requires Authentication

If Model Y does not detect a key when you press the brake (a key fob or phone key is not detected or two minutes have passed since you used the key card), the touchscreen displays a message telling you that driving requires authentication.

If you see this message, place the key card in either phone dock where the RFID transmitter can read it. The two-minute authentication period restarts and you can start Model Y by pressing the brake pedal.

Drive Disabled - Requires Authentication

A number of factors can affect whether Model Y can detect a phone key or key fob (for example, the device's battery is low or dead and is no longer able to communicate using Bluetooth).

Always keep your phone key, key fob, or a key card with you. After driving, your key is needed to restart Model Y after it powers off. And when you leave Model Y, you must bring your key with you to lock Model Y, either manually or automatically.

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     Powering Off

    When you finish driving, simply exit the vehicle. When you leave Model Y with your phone key and key fob, it powers off automatically, turning off the instrument panel and touchscreen. Model Y als

     Shifting

     How to Shift

    When Model Y is in Park, you must press the brake pedal to shift. Move the drive stalk up or down to shift into different drive modes. If you try to shift when it is prohibited by the current drivin

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     Stopping Mode

    Regenerative braking decelerates Model Y whenever you release the accelerator pedal when driving. You can choose what you want Model Y to do once the driving speed has been reduced to a very low speed (almost at a stop) and both the accelerator pedal and brake pedal are released. While in Park,

     Removing Ice From Door Handle

    In severe winter conditions, ice buildup within the door handle can prevent the door handle from opening. The process for freeing a Model Y door handle is slightly different than other door handles; you can usually remove the ice with a few forceful bumps to the door handle using the bottom of yo

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