Tesla WiFi not connecting or not working how to fix this issue? One of the best things about Tesla cars is that they can connect to the Internet through Wi-Fi and do many different things.
But sometimes it can be hard to connect to Wi-Fi so you can update your software or use other features that need a working internet connection.
Here are a number of tips and workarounds that may help fix problems with Teslas not connecting to WiFi:
- If the router isn’t working, you might be able to fix it by unplugging and plugging it back in.
- You can reset the Wi-Fi in your car by “forgetting” the current Wi-Fi network and then reconnecting.
- Your Wi-Fi signal might get better if you move your car closer to the router.
- If you can, move the WiFi router closer to your car. This will improve the strength of the signal.
- If you have a WiFi Extender, use it. It will make your Wi-Fi reach farther.
- If your Tesla won’t connect to wifi, you might just need to restart it: hold down both scroll wheels for about 15 seconds, until the main screen goes black.
- In less than 2 minutes, Wi-Fi can be fixed.
- If you use the WEP standard, which is not safe, the car won’t connect. Check to see if your router’s Wi-Fi is set up for WPA or WPA2.
- If you want to connect to a hidden network, go to Wi-Fi Settings, enter the network’s name in the box that pops up, choose the security setting, and then touch Add Network.
- Very old routers can break down or do a poor job, so why not buy a newer one? This will probably make your wifi connection better and fix the problem of your Tesla not being able to connect to wifi.
- Use a mobile hotspot or the internet connection on your phone through Wi-Fi tethering to connect to the internet.
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