Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

 Latch Actuator - Charge Port (Remove and Replace)

Remove

  1. Perform the vehicle electrical isolation procedure. See Vehicle Electrical Isolation Procedure.
  2. Remove the LH trunk side trim. See Trim - Side - Trunk - LH (Remove and Replace).

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Release the clip that attaches the low voltage electrical wiring harness to the charge port closeout panel.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Release the tabs around the charge port closeout panel, and then remove the panel from the vehicle.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Remove the bolt that attaches the charge port electrical ground to the body.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Remove the bolts that attach the charge port assembly to the body.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Remove the bolt that attaches the charge port bracket to the body.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Release the clips that attach the charge port electrical wiring harness to the body.

Note: Pull the charge port away from the body for access.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Remove the release arm from the latch actuator.

Note: Note the orientation of the release arm before removing it from the latch actuator.

  1. Disconnect the electrical harness from the latch actuator connector.

  Latch Actuator - Charge Port - Remove

  1. Remove the screws that attach the latch actuator to the charge port, and then remove the latch actuator from the vehicle.

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