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Dipping below rocker panel

Socal3XXXX

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May 8, 2019
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I noticed that the black trim below rocker has a gap. Anyone else have this issue? Is this a quick fix via mobile van or has to be service center? Thanks
 

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jmaddr

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Mar 29, 2019
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Have you tried to simply push on it? Mine did that. It's just held with clips. Went back on in the time it takes to hit your vehicle.
I actually pulled on it first, removing it ever so slightly more, to observe where the clips were to make sure they were not broken and were lined up so I did not break them.
 
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03DSG

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I noticed that the black trim below rocker has a gap. Anyone else have this issue? Is this a quick fix via mobile van or has to be service center? Thanks

Bang it upwards with your open palm. It should snap back into place. This is French from @antirouillebolduc in Quebec who provides rust protection and 3 sizes of Model 3 mud guards but will show you exactly how the lower plastic rocker cladding is attached:

 
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