Tesla Toolbox 3 Service and Diagnostic Software

From WeberAuto.

Join me as I demonstrate the newly accessible Tesla diagnostic software called Toolbox 3. We will also explore the Tesla electronic service information. See service.tesla.com for more information. This software allows anyone to access vehicle service data, diagnostic trouble codes (DTC)s, and many other functions.

TIMELINE:
0:00 Start
0:07 Introduction
0:35 Ethernet cable for Models S and X
0:40 Ethernet cable for Models 3 and Y
1:30 Accessing the subscription options for Tesla Service and Repair Information
1:40 Accessing the subscription options for Tesla Toolbox 3 Diagnostic Software
2:35 Logging into the Tesla Service and Repair Information website
2:56 The main page for Tesla Service and Repair Information
3:30 Service Manual for the Tesla Model 3
4:45 How to tell the build date of your Tesla
4:56 Circuit Wiring diagrams
5:42 Accessing the Toolbox 3 Diagnostic Software
6:02 Getting started with Toolbox 3, cables and settings
6:32 Cable connection to the vehicle from a laptop computer
7:12 Connecting the software to the vehicle
7:40 Actions – Commands and tests the software can perform
8:52 Dashboards – Additional tasks that can be performed
9:15 Service tools – DTCs – Checking and clearing Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)s
11:05 Service tools – Vitals – Reading the data list from all the on-board computers
12:37 Service tools – Driver Assist System (DAS) Calibration functions
12:46 Service tools – Driver Assist System (DAS) Images
14:33 Accessing service information from toolbox tabs warning
15:40 Summary

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