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Tesla Model S: HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Installation

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / High Voltage System / HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) / HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Installation

Installation

  1. Position the HVJB cover.
  2. Install the HVIL bolt loosely. Do not tighten it fully at this time.
    • North America, Japan

      Note: In North American and Japanese vehicles, the HVIL bolt is one-time use only. Install a new bolt during reinstallation.

      HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Installation

    • Europe and APAC

      Note: In European and APAC vehicles, the HVIL bolt can be reused during reinstallation.

      HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Installation

  3. Install the remaining fasteners that secure the HVJB cover in the order shown.
    • North America, Japan (torque 8 Nm)

      Note: In North American and Japanese vehicles, there are 5 additional fasteners.

      HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Installation

    • Europe and APAC (torque 8 Nm)

      Note: In European and APAC vehicles, there are 6 additional fasteners.

      HV Junction Box - Cover - 2nd Generation (Remove and Replace) - Installation

  4. Fully torque the HVIL bolt:
    • North America and Japan: 4 Nm
    • Europe and APAC: 5 Nm

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