Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: North America and Japan only: Inspect the shield collar clamp

  1. Insert the HVIL bolt into the shield collar clamp by 2 threads.

    North America and Japan only: Inspect the shield collar clamp

    1 Install HVIL bolt 2 threads
  2. With the HVIL bolt loosely installed, move the bolt from side to side. Note whether there is any free play that might indicate stripped threads in the shield collar clamp.
    • If there is minimal free play, the shield collar clamp does not need to be replaced. Skip to the Installation section of this procedure.

      North America and Japan only: Inspect the shield collar clamp

    • If there is significant free play, the shield collar clamp needs to be replaced. Continue to the next step.

      North America and Japan only: Inspect the shield collar clamp

  3. Inside the HVJB, mark the 2 wires that lead to the charge port as B+ and B-. Caution: Do not reverse the polarity of the cables during reinstallation.
  4. Inside the HVJB, unbolt the 2 cables that lead to the charge port (torque 9 Nm). Note: It is not necessary to replace the fastener(s) after it is removed. The threaded area has a reusable dry sealant, which looks similar to adhesive patch material.
  5. Cut the cable ties that secure shield collar clamp
  6. Replace the shield collar clamp.
  7. Inside the HVJB, secure the HV cables that lead to the charge port.
  8. Replace the cable ties that secure the HV cables.

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