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How to View Tire Pressures

Vettepartz

Member
Jun 16, 2021
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Albuquerque
I just got new tires and wheels, and the tire store underinflated one of them. Upon starting or stopping the car, the tire pressures would show on the screen to notify me that there was a problem. I inflated the low tire to the correct pressure and the warnings went away. Now I wonder if there is a way to call up the part that shows what the actual pressures are, even when there is no problem.
 

jcanoe

Active Member
Oct 2, 2020
3,455
3,510
Maryland
I just got new tires and wheels, and the tire store underinflated one of them. Upon starting or stopping the car, the tire pressures would show on the screen to notify me that there was a problem. I inflated the low tire to the correct pressure and the warnings went away. Now I wonder if there is a way to call up the part that shows what the actual pressures are, even when there is no problem.
The Tesla vehicle must be moving, at least 50 yards or so. On the main Tesla screen swipe left at the bottom of the screen just below the Tesla vehicle graphic. You can also use the Tesla voice command function. Press the right side scroll wheel on the steering wheel and when you hear the tone, see the prompt appear on the screen say "Tire Pressure"
 

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