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Tesla Model S: Seal - Sliding Glass - Panoramic Roof (Remove and Replace)

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Closures / Seal - Sliding Glass - Panoramic Roof (Remove and Replace)

Removal

  1. Remove the sliding roof glass (refer to procedure) .
  2. Release the rear ends of the main seal from beneath the stop bumper seal.

    Seal - Sliding Glass - Panoramic Roof (Remove and Replace)

  3. Carefully release the sealant bond from the body.
  4. Remove the seal.

    Seal - Sliding Glass - Panoramic Roof (Remove and Replace)

Installation
  1. Use an alcohol wipe to fully clean all residual adhesive from the body. Allow the body to fully dry before continuing.
  2. Apply 3M Primer 94 to the body.
  3. Apply 3M 4298UV adhesion promoter to the to the main seal adhesive.
  4. Install the seal onto the frame; firrmly press down on the seal to ensure that is it secure.

    Caution: Ensure that there are no gaps between the seal and the frame.

     Seal - Sliding Glass - Panoramic Roof (Remove and Replace)

    1 Gap between seal and frame

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