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How long is the 50k miles service?

How long is the 50k miles service?

I'm wondering how long does it take to do the 50k service? can I just wait for the car? im planning on taking it to the BUena Park , Ca SC. thank you

dj-tesla | 22 mai 2019

btw do they give you a tesla loaner too?

raffidesigns | 23 mai 2019

Tesla no longer does service for mileage, however if you schedule an appointment for 50K, it will be complimentary.

Recommended Maintenance Service

Cabin Air Filter
Your Tesla is equipped with an air filter that prevents pollen, industrial fallout, road dust and other particles from entering through the vents. Tesla recommends replacing your cabin air filter every 2 years.

High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Filter
If your Tesla is equipped with a HEPA filter, Tesla recommends replacing it every 3 years.

Tire Rotation, Balance and Wheel Alignment
Tesla recommends checking your tires every 10,000-12,000 miles for rotating, balancing and aligning needs. Aggressive driving can lead to premature tire wear and may require more frequent tire service. Unbalanced and misaligned wheels affect handling, tire life and steering components. Refer to tire manufacturer's owner manuals and warranty documentation for additional details.

Brake Fluid Test
Tesla recommends testing brake fluid for contamination every 2 years and replacing as needed.

Air Conditioning Service
An air conditioning service replaces the desiccant to help the longevity and efficiency of the air conditioning system. Tesla recommends an air conditioning service every 2 years for Model S, every 4 years for Model X and every 6 years for Model 3.

Winter Care
Tesla recommends cleaning and lubricating all brake calipers every 12 months or 12,500 mi for cars in cold weather regions.

If wish to have a loaner/rental, please include that in the appointment notes so Tesla can see and schedule one accordingly.

barrykmd | 23 mai 2019

I was in for the brand new and modified 50K service at the end of March. They had my car for 2 days and I had a loaner. Some service centers like to stack up cars and keep them for days before they're worked on. Others have a fairly quick turnover. YMMV.

dj-tesla | 23 mai 2019

thanks barrymd

spineeric | 23 mai 2019

When you make the appointment, just tell the service center you need a loaner. Or if you book online, include in the explanation that you need a loaner. You can always tell them you don't need it when you're there. I always request a loaner.