Tesla Model S Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model S: Panoramic Roof

Annual Service

Note: Not all of the procedures listed here need to be performed at each Annual Service. Refer to SC-15-00-001 for a list of the procedures to perform at the relevant service interval.

Check for Alerts, Repair any Issues Found, Clear Alerts

  1. Connect a laptop with Toolbox to the vehicle.
  2. In Toolbox, select Perspectives > Predefined Perspectives > Service Default.
  3. Check the Currently Active Alerts, Alert History, and DTCs panels.
  4. After performing any necessary repairs, clear any DTCs:
    1. In the DTCs panel, select the "Clear DTC" radio button.
    2. Click the Start/Play button.
Panoramic Roof
  1. Fully open the sliding glass.
  2. Use compressed air to blow out the drain hoses. Caution: Do not exceed 25 PSI (1.7 Bar).
  3. Wrap a clean cloth around a plastic pry tool or other thin tool, then use it to remove dirt and old grease from the 4 channels on each side of the panoramic roof.

    Panoramic Roof

  4. Apply Klübersynth noise reduction grease to the 4 channels. Caution: Use only Klübersynth noise reduction grease, Tesla part number 1031102-00-A. Other greases can permanently damage the roof seals.
  5. Move the sliding glass to the 30% open position.
  6. Remove the sliding glass (refer to procedure).
  7. Apply Klübersynth noise reduction grease to the sections of the tracks that were blocked by the sliding glass.
  8. Visually inspect the links and shoes for damage.
  9. Reinstall the sliding glass.
  10. Calibrate the panoramic roof (refer to procedure).
  11. Use alcohol wipes to remove any grease from the glass and appliques. Use a clean, dry cloth to remove grease from the rubber seals.

Caution: Do not use alcohol to remove grease from rubber seals. Alcohol degrades the rubber seals.

Wiper Blades

Replace the wiper blades (refer to procedure).

Cabin Air Filter

Replace the particulate filter (refer to procedure).

Coolant

Drain and refill the cooling system (refer to procedure).

Steering Gear Bolts

Ensure that the bolts (x2) that secure the steering rack to the subframe are torqued to 175 Nm.

Note: Components have been removed in this graphic to aid clarity.

Steering Gear Bolts

Hood Release Latch RWD vehicles: Clean the secondary latch, then apply the proper lubricant (refer to procedure).

Dual Motor vehicles: Clean the latch, then apply the proper lubricant (refer to procedure).

A/C Desiccant Bag

Replace the desiccant bag (refer to procedure).

Brake Fluid

Perform the full system bleed procedure (refer to procedure).

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