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Tesla Model 3 TPMS Service

Resetting and programming TPMS sensors for a Tesla is a lot like any other vehicle, and the challenge is still the same: keeping the light off.

Tesla TPMS Service
What’s Wrong with Tesla Control Arms?

Even the most beloved brands have their quirks. 

Nissan to Adopt Tesla Charging Standard for Ariya, Future EVs

Nissan is the first Japanese automaker to announce future product support for NACS, according to the company.  

Polestar to Adopt Tesla’s North American Charging Standard

From 2025, new Polestar vehicles sold in North America will be equipped with the NACS charging port by default.

Recommending Replacement Control Arms for Tesla Vehicles

Even the most beloved brands have their quirks.

MEYLE Engineers Solve Tesla’s Squeaking Problem

The new MEYLE HD control arm for Tesla Model 3 and Model Y will be unveiled at Automechanika 2022.  

NRS-Supported Tesla Racing Team Sets Records At Mt. Washington

On Aug. 15, Blake Fuller became the first “stock electric” winner in the history of “Climb to the Clouds.”

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Mevotech Announces Front-End Coverage For Tesla Model S

Coverage includes ball joints, control arms, stabilizer-bar links and inner and outer tie-rod ends.

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Autologue Shows Love For Customers With Tesla Giveaway

Autologue Computer Systems is holding a customer-appreciation drawing for a 2021 Tesla or $35,000 cash.

Arnott Introduces New Premium Air-Suspension Struts For 2016-2018 Tesla

The new strut is the first part for a Tesla model to be released by Arnott.

U.S. Auto Sales Poised for a Strong December, ‘Forecast-Beating Year’

A Cox Automotive forecast estimates the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) for December new-vehicle sales at 17.2 million units.

Feds Ban Aftermarket ‘Autopilot Buddy’ for Tesla Drivers

The primary function of the Autopilot Buddy is to disable a Tesla safety feature that monitors the driver’s hands on the steering wheel and warns the driver when hands aren’t detected, according to NHTSA.