Tesla

Normally, you don’t think about your wiper blades until you need to turn them on. This is when you ask yourself, when was the last time I replaced my wiper blades? Regardless of how well you maintain your Tesla’s windshield wipers, sooner or later, you will have to replace them. When it’s time to replace your Tesla’s windshield wipers, visit a reputable windshield wiper dealer like SilBlade® for the best windshield wipers.

How to Change Your Tesla Windshield Wipers

Constant exposure to weather elements is the major factor that affects your Tesla’s wiper blades. Aging also affects them. However, we don’t have to wait until they fail before replacing them. You don’t want to risk the danger of getting caught on the road with an underperforming pair of windshield wipers.

1. First, shift to park gear and switch the wipers off.

2. Now, put the wipers in service mode. From the touch control, select services, then wiper service mode to put your windshield wipers in service mode.

3. Once in service mode, you can lift the arm of the windshield wiper just far enough to access the wiper blades. Do not lift the windshield wiper beyond its limit. They don’t lock in a lifted position.

4. Now, place a towel between your windshield wiper and the windshield. This is to prevent the windshield from scratching, cracking, or breaking in case the windshield metal arm slams against the windshield.

5. Hold the metal arm, press the locking tab, and slide the blade down to remove it.

6. Now, take your new blade, position it properly on the wiper metal arm and slide it towards you untill you hear a click. This click indicates the blades are locked into position.

After completing the above steps, always turn off Service Mode to return the wipers to their original position.