Tesla releases DIY guides for Model 3 maintenance

Tesla is embracing the growing demand for consumers to be able to fix stuff themselves by releasing a series of do-it-yourself guides for the Model 3.
The idea here is to allow owners to fix a range of problems without going through the hassle, time, and expense of having to schedule a Service appointment. As the list below reveals, the maintenance you can carry out at home is quite basic, but Tesla should be commended for offering this support.

Restarting the Touchscreen
Pairing a Bluetooth Phone
Connecting to Wi-Fi
Programming HomeLinkv
Adding and Removing Keys
Replacing the Key Fob Battery
Installing Phone Charging Cable
Installing Front License Plate Bracket
Replacing Cabin Filters
Checking and Adjusting Tire Pressures
Topping Up Windshield Washer Fluid
Replacing Wiper Blades
Manually Releasing Charge Cable
Calibrating Windows
Removing and Installing Aero Covers
Removing and Installing Lug Nut Covers
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