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Tesla Model 3: Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

Tesla Model 3 2017-2023 Service Manual / Instrument Panel / Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

Remove

  1. Remove the glove box. See Glove Box (LHD) (Remove and Replace).

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

  1. Remove and discard the NVH pad from the glove box.

Note: The NVH pad is one time use only.

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

  1. Release the clips that attach the glove box solenoid electrical harness to the glove box.

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

  1. Remove the bolts that attach the glove box solenoid to the glove box, and then remove the solenoid from the glove box.

Note: The solenoid plunger has a right angle bend into the link rod.

Install

  1. Install the glove box solenoid to the glove box.

Note: Align the glove box solenoid with the link rod, and then push down to install.

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

  1. Install the screws that attach the glove box solenoid to the glove box.   Torque 0.8 Nm

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

  1. Install the clips that attach the glove box solenoid electrical harness to the glove box.

Solenoid - Glove Box (Remove and Replace)

  1. Install a new NVH pad onto the glove box.
  2. Install the glove box. See Glove Box (LHD) (Remove and Replace).

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