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Service Mode Needed to Install Winter Tires?

svp6

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You do not need a code to change tires / wheels. If you use a new tire/wheel combination, the car will detect the new TPMS sensors after driving for a while and once you get in Park mode will prompt you to register the new wheels (whether they are 19, 20 or 21" wheels). That's all there is to it.
 
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Does anyone know if you need to be in service mode to install new tires on a hoist? The lady at the CT store said some newer Tesla’s may require a code for service mode? If so, where can I get this magical code?
If someone said this to me, I would turn around and go to another shop. Lol special code?!

Yeah, you are not touching my car.
 
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Does anyone know if you need to be in service mode to install new tires on a hoist? The lady at the CT store said some newer Tesla’s may require a code for service mode? If so, where can I get this magical code?

Does CT mean Canadian Tire? Trust me, DO NOT go there with your Tesla, unless you don't care about it. Never again for me. Costco is a better bet in my experience.
 
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