Electric Vehicle Components
High Voltage Components
- High Voltage Cabling
- Heat Pump Assembly
- Front Motor (Dual Motor vehicles only)
- High Voltage Battery
- High Voltage Cabling
- Service Access Panel for High Voltage Components (Penthouse)
- Rear Motor
- High Voltage Busbars
- Charge Port
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 in daily use.
In most market regions, Model Y is equipped with a Mobile Connector and the adapter(s) needed to plug into the most commonly used power outlets. When using the Mobile Connector, first plug the Mobile Connector into the power outlet, attach an adapter (if needed), and then plug in Model Y. For more information about your Mobile Connector, see the Mobile Connector Owner’s Manual (available on the touchscreen). Additional adapters can be purchased from Tesla.
Tesla offers adapters (for example, J1772 and CHAdeMO) to allow you to plug into the most commonly used public charging stations in your region. Open the charge port door using the touchscreen (see Charging Instructions), plug the adapter into the charging port on Model Y, and then connect the station's charging connector to the adapter. For information on the charging equipment available for your region, go to www.tesla.com/ko_KR/, and then view the available charging options.
More details on public charging station adapters is available at .
First Responder Loop
Model Y is equipped with a first responder loop in the front trunk that can be double cut to disable high voltage in an emergency situation. Follow these steps to locate the first responder loop and disable the high voltage system.
- Open the hood (see Front Trunk).
- Remove the access panel by pulling it upwards to release the clips that hold it in place.
- Double cut the first responder loop to disable the high voltage system.WarningAlways double cut the first responder loop to remove an entire section. This prevents wires from accidentally reconnecting.WarningAfter deactivation, the high voltage system requires two minutes to de-energize.WarningEven if you have double cut the first responder loop, ALWAYS ASSUME THAT ALL HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS ARE ENERGIZED! Cutting, crushing, or touching high voltage components can result in serious injury or death.