Python interface for connecting to Tesla vehicles directly using the BLE API
Python library for communicating with Tesla vehicles directly using the BLE API
|:bangbang:||WARNING: This library is not supported by Tesla, and it could break at any moment. It should be noted that this library stores private keys and other sensitive data unencrypted on your machine. I am not responsible for any (extremely unlikely) damage done to your car.|
pip install pyteslable
from pyteslable import BLE tesla_ble = BLE("private_key.pem") print("Scanning for vehicles...") list = tesla_ble.scan() print(list) # Connect to a specific vehicle by BLE address vehicle = list.getAddress("05:eb:6d:b7:f7:92") vehicle.connect() if not vehicle.isAdded(): print("Tap your keycard on the center console") vehicle.whitelist() # Now we are ready to send commands! vehicle.unlock()
Cryptography Library Modification
If you have the latest
cryptography library, you will likely get an error about not supporting 4-bit nonces.
For now, the best solution I have is to simply modify the if statement that produces the error.
Huge props to Lex Nastin for putting together some documentation for the Tesla BLE API. Check out the documentation here.
Also many thanks to Kevin Dewald from Neuralink for the BLE library!
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