Troubleshooting Guide: When Your Tesla is Not Connecting to WiFi

Have you ever encountered a frozen or buggy screen in your Tesla vehicle? In this video, I’ll show you how to reset the screen quickly and easily.

To reset your Tesla’s screen, all you need to do is hold down the two scroll wheels on your steering wheel at the same time. Keep them pressed for about five to ten seconds until the screen turns off. Once you release the scroll wheels, the screen will reboot within a minute or so.

It’s worth noting that newer Tesla vehicles equipped with the AMD Ryzen processor may undergo a faster reboot, while older models with the Intel Atom processor might take a bit longer.

So, next time you encounter a frozen or unresponsive screen in your Tesla, remember this simple reset trick – just hold down the scroll wheels and you’ll be back up and running in no time.

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