Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Charging

Information and advice on effectively charging your automobile battery may be found in this section. It includes all of the available charging alternatives, including wall-mounted or conventional electrical outlet installations for charging devices at home as well as public charging stations like Superchargers and other suitable choices.

Additionally, this part explains how to utilize the charging adapters that come with the car, including the mobile phone socket, with various kinds of charging outlets.

It also provides detailed instructions on how to attach the charging cable to the Model 3 charging port, track the status of the charge, and securely unplug the wire when it's finished.


 Electric Vehicle Components

High Voltage Components Air Conditioning Compressor Front Motor (Dual Motor vehicles only) Cabin Heater High Voltage Battery High Voltage Battery Service Panel Rear Motor High Volt

 Battery Information

About the Battery Model 3 has one of the most sophisticated battery systems in the world. The most important way to preserve the Battery is to LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE PLUGGED IN when you are not using

 Charging Instructions


 Isolator - Motor Mount - Front - LH (Remove and Replace)

Remove Remove the front subframe assembly from the vehicle. See Subframe Assembly - Front (Dual Motor) (Remove and Install). Remove and discard the bolts that attach the LH front motor mount isolator to the body, and then remove the isolator from the vehicle. Warning: Secure the LH fro

 Brake Rotor - Front - LH (Remove and Replace)

SPECIAL TOOLS Tool, Caliper Spreader, Model 3 (1134786-00-A) Remove Raise the vehicle and remove the front LH wheel. See Wheel (Remove and Install). Remove the bolt that attaches the LH front brake hose bracket to the LH front knuckle. Remove the bolts that attach the LH front calip

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