Troubleshooting a Tesla: What to Do When Your Screen Won’t Turn On and the Reset Process

If you’re dealing with a Tesla display that’s not showing important information like miles per hour or the reversing camera, you’re not alone. It’s a frustrating issue, but fortunately, there’s a simple solution that worked for me and can help you too.

The method I’m about to share applies to the Tesla Model Y and the Model 3, and it’s likely to work for other Tesla models as well. Before we begin, it’s essential to note that this reset process does not require any special tools or technical skills.

The Reset Process

When your Tesla display refuses to turn on, follow these steps to perform a reset:

  1. Locate the two buttons on the display.
  2. Press and hold both buttons simultaneously for about 10 seconds until the screen goes blank.
  3. After the screen turns off, wait for a few moments. You’ll then see the Tesla symbol reappearing as the display restarts.

It’s normal for the screen to go off and on during this process, so there’s no need to be alarmed. In my experience, this method effectively resolved the display issue and restored normal functionality, including the speed display and other crucial information.

Following these simple steps should help you regain full functionality of your Tesla display. I hope this solution proves as effective for you as it did for me. Best of luck, and may your Tesla display resume its proper operation seamlessly!

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