Tesla Auto Repair
Need Tesla auto repair? The Tesla automobile is a highly-regarded electric vehicle that uses advanced technology. However, its service schedule can be frustrating to owners.
Our mechanics are trained to inspect the general condition of gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles. We use complex testing equipment such as compression testers and engine analyzers.
Performing regular vehicle maintenance increases the life of your vehicle, improves fuel efficiency, and saves you money in the long run. It’s also a good way to prevent unexpected breakdowns.
Performing an auto-diagnostic test can save you money in the long run. If you catch problems before they become major, you can avoid expensive repairs down the road.
Parts & Replacement
While there are many types of auto parts, it’s important to know which to choose. Some parts need to be replaced more often than others, and some parts are more reliable than others.
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Tesla Repair Service
When looking for Tesla service, pickings are slim. At our service center, we offer a few benefits that may save you a trip to the local dealership, and save you some cash at the same time.
Cabin Filter – Cabin filters should be replaced every 6 months in your Tesla. The shop’s Tesla has a nearly clogged filter in 6 months and 10,000 miles.
Tires – Tedious Repairs can replace tires and TPMS sensors on your vehicle. We also have found some cheaper tesla tires that are aftermarket that we put on our own vehicle with no issues. TPMS sensors seem to always have issues. Tesla TPMS repair near me.
12v Battery – Tesla vehicles have a normal car battery as well as a high-voltage setup. We are currently only able to replace the aux. Battery.
Ac Repair – Tesla vehicles have similar AC setups as gas vehicles. The biggest difference is the AC compressor is not belt driven, it is electric. We are able to fix a majority of your AC system. We can find leaks and recharge the YF gas.
Tilt Screen- The shop Tesla has a tilt screen kit installed. There is a few options, but the main point is to be able to move the screen toward either the driver or passenger.
Mud Flaps – Once again the shop vehicle has custom mud flaps installed. If you are tired of spraying rocks, we can help with that.
USB Charger Splitter – If you need a USBC adapter or 4 port splitter, we can order and install those units.
Tesla Auto Services
You need transmission service every 30,000 to 60,000 miles. A transmission service is a transmission fluid exchange. We first drain your old transmission fluid and then fill your car with new, clean transmission fluid.
Teslas need their alignment to be done every two to three years. Alignment makes your car’s tires aligned properly so that they hit the road at the correct angle. This makes you different, straight, and safe.
Tesla Brake Repair
Did you know? Tesla brakes use a new special kind of electric disc brake that’s so impressive, it’s likely to become industry standard in a short time. They’re so efficient, they actually help regenerate Tesla’s electric battery. Not only is this great for increased mileage, Tesla brakes and rotors actually last quite a lot longer than standard brakes too.
Let’s delve deeper into some interesting facts about Tesla brakes, Tesla brake maintenance, and what you can do to fix your Tesla brakes when something goes wrong. If you drive a Tesla vehicle (or even if you don’t), feel free to comment at the end of the article and let us know how you feel about the revolutionary new braking system pioneered within Tesla-brand vehicles.
If one day you find yourself looking for replacement Tesla brakes, you may spin a few circles before learning that Tesla doesn’t actually make their own brakes (no one really does). Tesla brakes are manufactured by a company called Brembo, which is headquartered in the city of Bergamo in Italy. You may already know, but many of the world’s best automotive engineers live, learn, and build cars in Italy, not unlike the great Renaissance artists of old. So it’s clear why Tesla partnered with Brembo to produce highly-specialized electric brakes.
WHY DOES TESLA BRAKE LAST?
Though Tesla’s regenerative brakes are special-made, they’re still disc brakes like most cars today. They still have calipers and brake pads, but Tesla also uses heat-resistant ceramic housing that keeps brake friction from damaging the chassis of your car. Some Teslas use hydraulic actuators in their braking system, but most use electric actuators instead.
More About Tesla Brakes
The obvious and primary benefit of an electric brake system over a hydraulic brake system is that there is no brake fluid to clean, replace, or leak everywhere so the brakes can’t fail due to a fluid leak. Brake service and brake maintenance are easier because you don’t have to bleed brake lines or do any brake pressure testing during regular maintenance.
Additionally, the diagnostic data reported to Tesla’s onboard CPU is much more versatile and makes it much easier to pinpoint specific brake problems. Overall, Tesla brake service just isn’t necessary as often as it service is necessary with other brakes.
We hope that sheds a little light on how Tesla brakes differ from traditional brake systems currently in use by non-electric vehicles: not much when it comes to how the vehicle is stopped by the brakes, but more in how the braking system is administered (and the energy it recycles to the electric motor, of course).
Replacing Tesla Cabin Air Filters
Tesla cars are fascinating vehicles for many reasons, not least of which would be the electric motor and regenerative braking system. Tesla’s are considered luxurious rides as well, thanks to the numerous amenities including its notorious autonomous driving system. Another reason though is that Tesla owners enjoy a best-in-class climate control system, making every drive a breeze- or, as breezy as you want, at least.
One of the essential car parts in the heating and cooling system of your vehicle is the cabin air filter. Not only does it keep the air clean, a clean filter also preserves the lifespan and efficiency of the air system. Today we’re going to talk about Tesla air filters and what you can do to protect the quality of the air in your Tesla vehicle.
Tesla suggests replacing the Model 3 air filter at least every 2 years. However, when it comes to the maintenance schedule on air filters, it’s essentially up to you if you want to change the air filter in your Tesla sooner. That’s because you’re the one who can tell if the air is dirtier than normal, or if you need an air filter replacement because every time you turn on the A/C, the whole cabin stinks.
Besides cabin odors assaulting your senses, you may notice the sound of your HVAC or A/C system working harder than normal (a loud whirring whenever you enable the cooling or heating system). That may be due to the cabin air filter being clogged from excess debris, a clear sign that it needs to be replaced. In extreme cases, you may even see dirty air blowing into the cabin of your Tesla; this is especially noticeable under bright lights.
If the thought of dirt and other people’s skin dust blowing in your face isn’t appetizing, you may want to consider replacing your Tesla air filter at your own discretion.
Leave the air filter replacement to us! At Tedious Repairs, we can get you a new Tesla air filter and install it for you too! Just give us a call using the information below and we’ll get you setup with an appointment today. You can also send us an email and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours (usually same day), or if you prefer, schedule an appointment online using our app.