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Tesla Model S: Buckle Assembly - 1st Row - LH (Remove and Replace)

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Safety and Restraint / Buckle Assembly - 1st Row - LH (Remove and Replace)

Removal

  1. Open door.
  2. Power seat adjust rearwards and upwards for access.
  3. Remove screw securing inner cover to seat.

    Buckle Assembly - 1st Row - LH (Remove and Replace)

  4. Carefully release inner cover from retaining bracket.

    Note: Center console removed for clarity.

    Buckle Assembly - 1st Row - LH (Remove and Replace)

  5. Release clip securing seat harness to cover.
  6. Remove inner cover.
  7. Disconnect seat belt buckle connector and harness.

    Buckle Assembly - 1st Row - LH (Remove and Replace)

  8. Remove bolt securing seat belt buckle to seat frame (torque 48 Nm).
  9. Remove seat belt buckle.

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