Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: High Voltage Components

High Voltage Components

  1. High Voltage Cabling
  2. Heat Pump Assembly
  3. Front Motor (Dual Motor vehicles only)
  4. High Voltage Battery
  5. High Voltage Cabling
  6. Service Access Panel for High Voltage Components (Penthouse)
  7. Rear Motor
  8. High Voltage Busbars
  9. Charge Port

WARNING: The high voltage system has no user serviceable parts. Do not disassemble, remove or replace high voltage components, cables or connectors. High voltage cables are typically colored orange for easy identification.

WARNING: Read and follow all instructions provided on the labels that are attached to Model Y. These labels are there for your safety.

WARNING: In the unlikely event that a fire occurs, immediately contact your local fire emergency responders.


     Charging Equipment

    Charging equipment designed specifically to charge your Model Y is available from Tesla. A Tesla Wall Connector, which installs in your parking space, is the fastest way to charge Model Y for daily

     High Voltage Battery Information

     About the High Voltage Battery

    Model Y has one of the most sophisticated battery systems in the world. The most important way to preserve the high voltage Battery is to LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE PLUGGED IN when you are not using it. Th


     Changing the Cruising Speed

    Roll the right scroll wheel up to increase, or down to decrease, the set speed. Slowly rolling the scroll wheel changes the set speed in 1 mph (1 km/h) increments and quickly rolling the scroll wheel changes the set speed to the closest 5 mph (5 km/h) increment. With Traffic-Aware Cruise Contr

     Manually Releasing Charge Cable

    If the usual methods for releasing a charge cable from the charge port (using the charge handle release button, touchscreen, or mobile app) do not work, carefully follow these steps: 1. Ensure that Model Y is not actively charging by displaying the charging screen on the touchscreen. If necessa

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