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Tesla Model S: Module - Park Assist (Remove and Replace)

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Electrical / Module - Park Assist (Remove and Replace)

Removal

  1. Remove the LH side rear trunk trim for access (refer to procedure).
  2. Disconnect the harness connections (x3) from the module.

    Caution: Mark the harnesses so that they are reinstalled properly.

    Module - Park Assist (Remove and Replace)

  3. Remove the nuts (x4) that secure the park assist module and bracket to the body (torque 3 Nm).

    Module - Park Assist (Remove and Replace)

  4. Remove the park assist module from the bracket by releasing the push rivets (x3).

    Module - Park Assist (Remove and Replace)

Installation

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

  • Use Toolbox to update or redeploy the firmware:
    • If the vehicle is not running the latest firmware, run the "Vehicle Firmware Update" procedure.
    • If the vehicle is running the latest firmware, run the "Firmware Redeploy" procedure.
  • If the vehicle has only 8 park assist sensors in total, run the "Park Assist VIN Learn" procedure in Toolbox.

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