Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box

Years of production: 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Whenever it comes to electric car manufacturers, Tesla is the brand that always ranks on the top. Although it is a new automobile company, it has gained immense popularity in the market because of its electric vehicles.

Tesla offers luxury commercial cars to its customers. Some of the popular car models from Tesla include Model S, Model X, and Model Y. In this post, we are going to talk about Tesla Model S (Europe).

Tesla Model S (Europe) is a full-size, all-electric liftback sedan. It is designed to give you a comfortable and smooth riding experience.

Tesla Model S (Europe): First Generation

Tesla Model S (Europe) is one of the most popular car models from the company. It is equipped with the latest and most advanced features that make it one of the best electric cars out there. The production of Model S (Europe) started in 2012 and continued till 2018. The car was styled by Franz Von Holzhausen and the team.

The Model S received a lot of awards as well. It was awarded the best World Green Car of the Year 2013. It has top-grade features that anyone would love to have in their car. The best feature of the Model S has to be the autopilot that enables the vehicle to drive on its own.

Tesla sold around 25% of Model S in Europe. However, in the global market, sales passed 100,000 units in 2015. The numbers increased with each passing year. The car comes with adaptive LED headlights and HEPA filtration. Many other unique features make it stand out from other cars. Later, the company even upgraded the MCU version to MCU2 which was an improved version. The Model S is one of the finest electric cars manufactured by Tesla. It broke all sales records for the company.

Fuse Box Locations

Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box fuse box locations

Three fuse boxes are located under the maintenance panel, located in the front trunk. For instructions on how to remove this panel, see page 7.16 in Tesla Model S manual

  • Fuse box 1 (see page 7.20). DO NOT replace these fuses. If one of them fails, contact Tesla.
  • 2. Fuse box 2. (see page 7.21).
  • 3. Fuse box 3 (see page 7.22).
If Model S is equipped with the cold weather option, an additional fuse box (4) is located under the driver’s side trim panel.

Replacing a Fuse

Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box replacing a fuse

To remove a fuse box cover, press the plastic tabs on either side.

Identify the fuse protecting the affected circuit. Refer to the label on the inside of the fuse box cover or the fuse tables provided in this section.

Pull the fuse to remove it. A break in the wire inside the fuse indicates that the fuse has blown.

NOTE: Do not replace fuses in fuse boxes 1 and 4, and do not remove or replace any relays. If one of these fails, contact Tesla.

Fuse Box 1

Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box fuse box 1

Access to fuse box 1 requires removal of components that must be performed by a Tesla service technician. The following fuse list is provided only to assist you in determining if a fuse in this box needs to be replaced. Contact Tesla Service if one of these fuses needs to be replaced.

FuseRating CircuitProtected
15 AAccessory sensor, radio, USB hub
25 AHeadlight leveling system (EU/China Coil Suspension vehicles only)
35 AVanity lights, rear view mirror
430 AOutboard rear seat heaters (cold weather option)
515 ASeat heater (driver’s seat)
620 ABase audio amplifier
715 ASeat heater (front passenger seat)
820 APremium audio amplifier
925 ASunroof
105 APassive safety restraints
115 ASteering column controls
125 ASensor for Drive mode and Yaw Rate (Stability/Traction Control)
1315 AWiper park
145 ADrive inverter
1520 AElectric parking brake
165 AParking/blind spot sensors
1720 AElectric parking brake
185 ANot used
195 AIn-vehicle HVAC sensor
205 ACabin air heater logic
2115 ABattery coolant pump 1
225 AInlet actuators
2315 APowertrain coolant pump
245 ACabin climate control
2515ABattery coolant pump 2
26-Not used
2710 AThermal controller

Fuse Box 2

Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box fuse box 2
FuseRating CircuitProtected
2825 AWindow lift motor (right rear)
2910 AContactor power
3025 AWindow lift motor (right front)
31-Not used
3210 ADoor controls (right side)
33-Not used
3430 ARear center seat heaters, washer/wiper de-ice (cold weather option)
3515 A12V power socket
3625 AAir suspension
3725 AWindow lift motor (left rear)
385 ADriver's seat memory
3925 AWindow lift motor (left front)
405 ARear door handles
4110 ADoor controls (left side)
4230 APowered liftgate
435 APerm. power sensor, brake switch
445 ACharger (charge port)
4520 APassive entry (horns)
4630 ABody controls (group 2)
475 AGlove box light
4810 ABody controls (group 1)
495 AInstrument panel
505 ASiren, intrusion/tilt sensor (Europe only)
5120 ATouchscreen
5230 AHeated rear window
535 ABattery management system
54-Not used
5530 ALeft front electric seat
5630 ARight front electric seat
5725 ACabin fan
58-Not used
59-Not used

Fuse Box 3

Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box fuse box 3
FuseRating CircuitProtected
7140 ACondenser fan (left)
7240 ACondenser fan (right)
7340 AVacuum pump
7420 A12V drive rail (cabin)
755 APower steering
765 AABS
7725 AStability control
7820 AHeadlights - high/low beam
7930 ALight - exterior/interior

Fuse Box 4

Tesla Model S (Europe) Fuse box fuse box 4

If Model S is equipped with the cold weather option, an additional fuse box (4) is located under the driver’s side trim panel. Access to fuse box 4 requires removal of several components that must be performed by a Tesla service technician. The following fuse list is provided only to assist you in determining if a fuse in this box needs to be replaced. Contact Tesla Service if one of these fuses needs to be replaced.

FuseRating CircuitProtected
10115 ALeft rear seat heater
10215 ARight rear seat heater
10315 AMiddle rear seat heater control
10415 AMiddle rear seat heater
10515 AWiper de-icer
106-Not used
All Tesla Model S (Europe) info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Tesla Model S (Europe) (2012-2018) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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