Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Repairs and Replacements

Only use Tesla recommended parts.

Warning: Non-Tesla recommended parts might adversely affect safety features and corrosion prevention treatments.

Warning: Always use the correct torque values as given in this Manual.

Warning: Locking devices, where specified, must be fitted. If the efficiency of a locking device is impaired during removal, it must be replaced.

Warning: The terms of the vehicle warranty may be invalidated by the fitting of parts other than Tesla recommended parts.

Note: All Tesla recommended parts have the full backing of the vehicle warranty.

Note: Tesla Stores are obliged to supply only Tesla recommended parts.

Warranty Service Regions

Tesla provides service for Tesla vehicles only in countries where it has a service presence. Service Centers accept all incoming Tesla vehicles, regardless of where they were purchased. However, the warranty for a particular vehicle is only valid in the region where it was originally purchased. The cost of all repairs performed outside the region of purchase must be paid for by the customer.

For example, Tesla can service a vehicle in Norway that was imported from North America, but the North American warranty on the vehicle is not valid in Norway. Extra costs might be associated with servicing this vehicle, such as shipping parts from another country or sending a technician to perform the service.

Additionally, the vehicle is repaired to the original build specifications, regardless of the current location of the vehicle. For example, a North American vehicle located in Europe must be repaired to North American specifications only. No parts or components from other regions may be substituted.

For more information, refer to the appropriate New Vehicle Limited Warranty for that vehicle's region.


     Abbreviations and Symbols

    Abbreviation Term A/C Air Conditioning ABS Anti-Lock Brake System AC Alternating Current ACC Acc

     Best Practices

     Electrical Precautions

    General Avoid getting grease on electrical components and connectors. Grease collects dirt, which can cause electrical tracking (short circuits) or high resistance. Handle printed circuit boards (PCB


     Glass - Door - LH - Rear (Remove and Replace)

    SPECIAL TOOLS Tool, Window Switch Bypass, Model 3 (1135305-00-A) XP-10 Power Supply, XP-10 (1129348-00-A) Warning: The side impact airbag deployment depends on the front door sensor's ability to detect a side impact from air pressure. Make sure that there are no uncovered holes in the front doo

     Secure the Tires

    The vehicle's tires must be secured onto the truck using the eight-point tie-down method. Ensure any metal parts on the tie-down straps do not contact painted surfaces or the face of the wheels. Do not place tie-down straps over body panels or through the wheels. Caution: Attachi

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