Can anyone that has gained access to the long LED brakelight on the liftgate offer advice as to the best way to remove the horizontal interior black plastic trim piece so I don't damage it or break off any tabs, as well as any suggestions how to proceed after that? My Problem: I had tint applied to the sides and rear window of my new S90D this past week, and have noticed three "drips" have appeared in certain lighting on the interior glass over the long LED brakelight. My installer has done this work on several MS and otherwise did a great job, but it appears they were a bit over-zealous with excess water or squeegee work. I'd normally have them resolve any problems, but think I'd trust myself more doing this bit of clean-up on my not 2-week-old MS if someone here that has done it before can offer a little guidance. Given Tesla does not offer user access to service manual and parts/trim explosion diagrams like I've used a couple times with my former Lexus by purchasing a 3-day access pass to their service system, if I can avoid spending $175/hr at the Tesla Service Center for something that seems should be pretty simple and is purely esthetic because of the tint I had applied, I'd like to give it a try. Thanks in advance.