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Jump Starting the Tesla Model 3 Low Voltage Battery

If jump-starting Model 3 using another vehicle, refer to that vehicle manufacturer's instructions. The following instructions assume you use an external low-voltage power supply (such as a portable jump starter).

To determine whether your vehicle is equipped with a Lead-Acid or Lithium-Ion Battery, navigate to Controls > Software > Additional vehicle information.

Model 3 cannot be used to jump-start another vehicle. Doing so can result in damage.

Avoid short circuits when jump-starting Model 3. For example, connecting cables to the wrong terminals, touching leads together, etc., can damage Model 3.

Jump Starting the Low Voltage (Lead-Acid) Battery
  1. Open the hood (see Opening Hood with No Power).
  2. Remove the maintenance panel by pulling it upwards to release the trim clips that hold it in place.
  3. Remove the cabin intake trim panel by pulling it upwards to release the trim clips that hold it in place.
  4. Connect the low-voltage power supply's red positive (+) cable to the low-voltage battery's red positive (+) terminal.
  5. Connect the low-voltage power supply's black negative (-) cable to the black negative (-) terminal on the low-voltage battery.
  6. Turn on the external power supply (refer to the manufacturer’s instructions). Touch the touchscreen to wake it up. It may take several minutes to receive enough power to wake up the touchscreen.
  7. When external low-voltage power is no longer required, disconnect both cables from the terminals on the battery, beginning with the black negative (-) cable.
  8. Reinstall the cabin intake trim panel by placing it back in its original location and pressing it down until it is secure.
  9. Replace the maintenance panel by placing it back in its original location and pressing it down until it is secure.
  10. Feche o capô.

Jump Starting the Low Voltage (Lithium-Ion) Tesla Model 3 Battery

  1. Open the hood (see Opening Hood with No Power).
  2. Remove the maintenance panel by pulling it upwards to release the trim clips that hold it in place.
  3. Remove the red cover and connect the external low-voltage power supply’s red positive (+) cable to the red positive (+) jump post.Jump Starting the Low Voltage (Lithium-Ion) Tesla Model 3 Battery - pic 1
  4. Connect the external low-voltage power supply’s black negative (-) cable to the bolt located between the brake fluid reservoir and the front trunk. The bolt is used as a grounding location for the external support.Jump Starting the Low Voltage (Lithium-Ion) Tesla Model 3 Battery - pic2
  5. Turn on the external power supply (refer to the manufacturer’s instructions) for 20-30 seconds. If you leave the power supply on for longer than 30 seconds, the low voltage battery may not self-recover and the vehicle might not be able to shift into Drive. Disconnect the power supply and the low voltage battery to enable another battery self-recovery attempt. If attempting to activate Transport Mode (to winch the vehicle onto a flatbed truck), the low voltage battery is not required to self-recover. Leave the power supply connected continuously until the vehicle has been secured.
  6. Open the driver door and wait two minutes.
  7. Ensure the vehicle is able to shift into Drive.
  8. Replace the maintenance panel by placing it back in its original location and pressing down until it is secure.
  9. Feche o capô.
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