The move is intended to support a strike by Tesla metal workers in the country.
The IF Metall union is fighting the US carmaker for a collective bargaining agreement, which is standard in Sweden.
Tesla boss, billionaire Elon Musk, said last week the potential impact of the stand-off was “insane”.
About 130 staff at Tesla’s Swedish repair shops have been on strike since 27 October, demanding an agreement to guarantee “good wages, good pensions and good insurance for staff”, according to IF Metall.
Eight other unions have since announced their own actions targeting Tesla in sympathy with the repair workers.
Source : BBC