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Found screw - Where did it come from?

After washing my car today, right after opening the sunroof while standing outside the door, I noticed a screw sitting in the back-middle of the driver seat. I checked around and the only other screws it matched were the four on the sunroof rails, which were all there. Could it have come from somewhere else? It's certainly possible that it was dropped at service about 3 weeks ago when they were fixing an issue with the sunroof and fell into my seat when I opened the sunroof this time. I didn't notice anything behaving unusual. I just want to be sure my car isn't missing this screw before I toss it.

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Yeah, and I don't remember the head being quite so large, mine fell out 1 week after delivery.

Both of mine fell out within 2 months. I got the front one back in myself (after getting that goo all over my hands), when the rear one fell out, I didn't feel like disassembling the whole thing and brought it in (for something else, but also had them fix this).
 
Pano only screw. If you have them all there, then this is extra. Your car probably got a rework or saw the water booth a couple times :)
The moving glass was replaced twice since July (first time didn't completely fix the issue, second time made it right). I'm pretty sure the screw came from the second replacement. Water/leaking was not the issue.
 

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