Fluid Replacement Intervals
Regular maintenance is the key to ensuring
the continued reliability andeﬃciency of your
Do not change or top up Battery coolant and
brakeﬂuid yourself. Tesla service technicians
replaceﬂuids at the regularly scheduled
Rotate the tires every 8000 km, maintain the
correct tire pressures, and take Model X to
Tesla at the regularly scheduled maintenance
intervals of every 12 months, or every
Brakeﬂuid. Every 2 years or 40,000 km,
Battery coolant. Every 5 years or
km, whichever comesﬁrst. It is also
km, whichever comesﬁrst.
important to perform the daily and monthly
checks described below.
Note: Any damage from opening the Battery
coolant reservoir is excluded from the
Model X must be serviced byTesla-certiﬁed
technicians. Damages or failures caused by
maintenance or repairs performed by non-
Teslacertiﬁed technicians are not covered by
High Voltage Safety
Your Model X has been designed and built
with safety as a priority. However, be aware of
these precautions to protect yourself from the
risk of injury inherent in all high-voltage
Check the Battery’s charge level,
displayed on the instrument panel.
Read and follow all instructions provided
on the labels that are attached to Model X.
These labels are there for your safety.
Check that all exterior lights, horn, turn
signals, and wipers and washers are
The high voltage system has no user-
serviceable parts. Do not disassemble,
remove or replace high voltage
components, cables or connectors. High
voltage cables are colored orange for easy
Check the operation of the brakes,
including the parking brake.
Check the operation of the seat belts
(see Seat Belts on page 21).
Look forﬂuid deposits underneath
Model X that might indicate a leak. It is
normal for a small pool of water to form
(caused by the air conditioning system’s
If an accident occurs, do not touch any
high voltage wiring, connectors, or
components connected to the wiring.
In the unlikely event that aﬁre occurs,
immediately contact your localﬁre
Warning: Always disconnect the charge
cable before working underneath
Model X, even if charging is not in
Check the mileage to determine if the tires
need to be rotated (every 8000 km), and
check the condition and pressure of each
tire (see Tire Care and Maintenance on
Check washerﬂuid level and top up if
necessary (see Topping Up Washer Fluid
on page 147).
Warning: Keep your hands and clothing
away from cooling fans. Some fans
operate even when Model X is powered
Check that the air conditioning system is
operating (see Climate Controls on page
Caution: Someﬂuids (battery acid,
Battery coolant, brakeﬂuid, windshield
washer additives, etc.) used in motor
vehicles are poisonous and should not be
inhaled, swallowed, or brought into
contact with open wounds. For your
safety, always read and follow instructions
printed onﬂuid containers.
Warning: Contact Tesla immediately if you
notice anysigniﬁcant or sudden drop in
ﬂuid levels or uneven tire wear.
Model X Owner's Manual
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