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Tesla Model S (2014) - fuse box diagram (North America version)

avatar Jonathan Yarden Oct 22, 2021 · 5 min. read

In this article you will find a description of fuses and relays Tesla, with photos of block diagrams and their locations. Highlighted the cigarette lighter fuse (as the most popular thing people look for).
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Year of production: 2014

Fuse box 1

Tesla Model S (2012) - fuse-box 1 (North America version)

Fuse Ampere rating Circuit protected
F1 5 Accessory sensor, radio, USB hub
F2 5 Headlight leveling system (EU/China Coil Suspension vehicles only)
F3 5 Vanity lights, rear view mirror
F4 30 Outboard rear seat heaters (cold weather option)
F5 15 Seat heater (driver’s seat)
F6 20 Base audio amplifier
F7 15 Seat heater (front passenger seat)
F8 20 Premium audio amplifier
F9 25 Sunroof
F10 5 Passive safety restraints
F11 5 Steering wheel switches
F12 5 Sensor for Drive mode and Yaw Rate (Stability/Traction Control)
F13 15 Wiper park
F14 5 Drive inverter
F15 20 Electric parking brake
F16 5 Parking sensors
F17 20 Electric parking brake
F18 5 Not used
F19 5 In-vehicle HVAC sensor
F20 5 Cabin air heater logic
F21 15 Coolant pump 1
F22 5 Inlet actuators
F23 15 Coolant pump 2
F24 5 Cabin climate control
F25 15 Coolant pump 3
F26 Not used
F27 10 Thermal controller


Fuse box 2

Tesla Model S (2012) - fuse-box 2 (North America version)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Circuit protected
F28 25 Window lift motor (right rear)
F29 10 Contactor power
F30 25 Window lift motor (right front)
F31 Not used
F32 10 Door controls (right side)
F33 Not used
F34 30 Rear center seat heaters, washer/wiper de-ice (cold weather option)
F35 15 12V power socket
F36 25 Air suspension
F37 25 Window lift motor (left rear)
F38 5 Driver’s seat memory
F39 25 Window lift motor (left front)
F40 5 Rear door handles
F41 10 Door controls (left side)
F42 30 Powered liftgate
F43 5 Perm. power sensor, brake switch
F44 5 Charger (charge port)
F45 20 Passive entry (horns)
F46 30 Body controls (group 2)
F47 5 Glove box light
F48 10 Body controls (group 1)
F49 5 Instrument panel
F50 5 Siren, intrusion/tilt sensor (Europe only)
F51 20 Touchscreen
F52 30 Heated rear window
F53 5 Battery management system
F54 Not used
F55 30 Left front electric seat
F56 30 Right front electric seat
F57 25 Cabin fan
F58 Not used
F59 Not used


Fuse Box 3

Tesla Model S (2012) - fuse-box 3 (North America version)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Circuit protected
F71 40 Condenser fan (left)
F72 40 Condenser fan (right)
F73 40 Vacuum pump
F74 20 12V drive rail (cabin)
F75 5 Power steering
F76 5 ABS
F77 25 Stability control
F78 20 Headlights – high/low beam
F79 30 Light – exterior/interior


Fuse Box 4

Tesla Model S (2012) - fuse-box 4 (North America version)

Fuse Ampere rating [A] Circuit protected
F101 15 Left rear seat heater
F102 15 Right rear seat heater
F103 5 Middle rear seat heater control
F104 15 Middle rear seat heater
F105 15 Wiper de-icer
F106 Not used

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


WARNING: Terminal and harness assignments for individual connectors will vary depending on vehicle equipment level, model, and market.

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