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Tire Pressure display

Discussion in 'Model S' started by mrtian97, Jul 14, 2017.

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  1. mrtian97

    mrtian97 Member

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    I used to be able to see tire pressure display in my MS on the dash. After the recent software update, this option no longer there. is this correct?

    Thanks
     
  2. animorph

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    I still see it on my display, using 17.26.76.
     
  3. mrtian97

    mrtian97 Member

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    that's the same version that I have.
    It's using the right scroll wheel right? I see Temp, brightness, contact, but no car info
     
  4. Nvbob

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    It's on the left side.
     
  5. Dborn

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    In my AP1 right hand drive car it is the left scroll wheel and I have same software version as you.
     
  6. Zetopan

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    Read your Tesla User's Manual. The right hand scroll wheel on the steering wheel alters the right side of the driver's display and the left hand scroll wheel alters the left side of the driver's display.
     

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