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Tesla Model S: Headlining (Remove and Replace)

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Interior trim / Headlining (Remove and Replace)

Removal

  1. Remove front windshield (refer to procedure)
  2. Lower headlining for access (refer to procedure)
  3. With assistance remove headlining through front windshield opening.
  4. Remove rear map lamps from headlining.

    Headlining (Remove and Replace)

  5. Release clips (x2) securing overhead console to headlining.
  6. Remove overhead console.

    Headlining (Remove and Replace)

  7. Remove screws (x2) securing front map lamps to headlining.
  8. Remove front lamp holder assembly.

    Headlining (Remove and Replace)

Installation

Installation procedure is the reverse of removal.

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