Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Lifting and Jacking

Raising and supporting the vehicle

Jacking points on the Model S
Jacking points on the Model S

Caution: Do not jack or support the vehicle on any other points than those shown. Failure to comply will result in damage to the body or chassis components.

Two post lift

Refer to procedure 10000205 for instructions.

Warning: Death, serious injury or damage to the vehicle can occur if the vehicle is improperly lifted on a two post lift.

Hydraulic jack

A hydraulic jack with a minimum 1500 kg (3300 lb) load capacity must be used.

Warning: For vehicles with air suspension, suspension 'Jack' mode must be activated before lifting the vehicle with a hydraulic jack (refer to procedure 10000105). Failure to do this might lead to suspension damage and could cause serious personal injury.

Warning: Do not start work on the underside of the vehicle until safety stands have been positioned under the body reinforced pads. Never get under a vehicle that is only supported by a jack.

Warning: Always chock the wheels when jacking.


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