Some Tesla users may experience a problem with their touchscreen where it is black and unusable. Users won’t be able to change the AC or use many of the features of the vehicle. Use these steps to reset the touchscreen.
- Press the Brake pedal.
- While continuing the hold the Brake, press and hold both buttons above the steering wheel for about 20 seconds until the speedometer blinks.
- Stop pressing the steering wheel buttons, but continue pressing and holding the Brake.
- Hold down both scroll wheels. The screen should go blank, then a “T” will appear. At this point, you can release the Brake and scroll buttons.
After this process the touchscreen should reset. It will take about a minute or two.