FRT No: 00019905
Check for Alerts, Repair any Issues Found, Clear Alerts
- Connect a laptop with Toolbox to the vehicle.
- In Toolbox, select .
- Check the Currently Active Alerts, Alert History, and DTCs panels.
- After performing any necessary repairs, clear any DTCs:
- In the DTCs panel, select the “Clear DTC” radio button.
- Click the Start/Play button.
- Fully open the sliding glass.
- Use compressed air to blow out the drain hoses.
Caution: Do not exceed 25 PSI (1.7 Bar).
- 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.
- 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.
- Move the sliding glass to the 30% open position.
- Remove the sliding glass (refer to procedure).
- Apply Klübersynth noise reduction grease to the sections of the tracks that were blocked by the sliding glass.
- Visually inspect the links and shoes for damage.
- Reinstall the sliding glass.
- Calibrate the panoramic roof (refer to procedure).
- 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.
Replace the wiper blades (refer to procedure).
Cabin Air Filter
Replace the particulate filter (refer to procedure).
Drain and refill the cooling system (refer to procedure).
Steering Gear Bolts
Hood Release Latch
A/C Desiccant Bag
Replace the desiccant bag (refer to procedure).
Perform the full system bleed procedure (refer to procedure).
Brake Caliper Pad Slides
- Remove the pad retaining pins and collect the anti-rattle spring.
Note: Always check that the anti-rattle clip has not been damaged. This part is easily damaged and is important to help eliminate squeaks.
- Use a suitable tool to gently push the pistons back into caliper.
- Remove the brake pads from the caliper.
- Thoroughly clean the caliper pad slides and abutments with a hand brush (1057223-00-A) and soapy water.
Caution: If there is rust or pitting on the caliper that cannot be removed with a hand brush, replace the caliper.
- Apply an even layer of Silaramic lubricant (1063021-00-A) to the caliper pad slides. Remove any excess lubricant.
- Apply an even layer of copper paste between the shim and the backing plate. Remove any paste that squeezes out after installing the shim.
Caution: Ensure that the brake pads move freely.Caution: Do not apply copper paste to the caliper, seals, or any component other than the shim and backing plate.
Drain and refill the fluid from the gearbox(es):
- Rear wheel drive (RWD) vehicles:
- Drain and refill the fluid from the large rear drive unit (refer to procedure).
- Non-Performance Dual Motor vehicles:
- Performance Dual Motor vehicles:
Thermal System Test
- Connect a laptop with Toolbox 2.0 or later to the vehicle.
- Navigate to .
- Click the Start/Play button.
- Follow the onscreen instructions.
Wheel Alignment Check
Perform a wheel alignment check (refer to procedure).
Wheel Alignment Adjustment
Perform a wheel alignment adjustment (refer to procedure).