Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Brake Pedal (Remove and Replace)

Removal

  1. Remove the brake light switch (refer to procedure). Caution: The brake light switch is a one time use component. Ensure that a new switch is used during reinstallation.
  2. Remove the spring clip from the clevis pin.
  3. Depress the brake pedal for clearance and remove the clevis pin.
  4. Remove the nuts (x4) that secure the pedal to the brake booster assembly (torque 23 Nm).
  5. Remove the bolts (x2) that secure the brake pedal assembly to the brake pedal reinforcement panel (torque 13 Nm). Remove the brake pedal from the vehicle.

    Brake Pedal (Remove and Replace)

Installation

Installation procedure is the reverse of removal, except for the following:

Caution: Replace all nylon-insert locknuts.

Verify the correct operation of the brake lights.

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