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Tesla Model S: Trim - 'C' Post Rear - LH (Remove and Replace)

Tesla Model S (2012-2023) Service Manual / Interior trim / Trim - 'C' Post Rear - LH (Remove and Replace)


  1. Remove the parcel shelf, if equipped.
  2. If the LH C-Pillar rear trim panel has a liftgate switch, reach behind the C-pillar rear trim panel and push the switch out from the back. If not, skip to step 4.

    Trim - 'C' Post Rear - LH (Remove and Replace)

  3. Disconnect the wiring harness that is attached to the liftgate switch.
  4. Remove the screw (torque 3 Nm).

    Trim - 'C' Post Rear - LH (Remove and Replace)

  5. Remove the trim panel by releasing the trim clips.

    Trim - 'C' Post Rear - LH (Remove and Replace)


Installation procedure is the reverse of removal.


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