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CPO Model S: What broke off here?

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by rb2k, Aug 18, 2018.

  1. rb2k

    rb2k New Member

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    Hi!
    I recently got my 2015 S85D via the CPO market. It was in great condition (only 11k miles), the only thing that was a bit odd is that there is some broken off plastic right above the head of the driver below the the sunroof.

    I haven't found a picture of someone's sunroof Model S in that area, so I am not quite sure what is supposed to be there.
    Sadly, the delivery 'specialist' didn't know either and wasn't willing to open up another model S to take a look.

    Anyone know what is supposed to be there?

    (Sorry for the bad picture quality, if nobody figures it out, I'll try to take more pictures with better lighting conditions)
     

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  2. rb2k

    rb2k New Member

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    Since the upload got resized, here's a fuller resolution version of the two pictures:

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  3. Russell

    Russell Supporting Member

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    Nothing broken there. It's just a marred trim piece.
    Passenger side has the same design.
     
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  4. kev1n

    kev1n Member

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    that's normal, it's just bad weld/finish
     
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  5. rb2k

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    Haha, ok. Unexpected. You'd think they clean that up :)
     

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