This reminds me of a story. In 1986, my dad bought a brand new Ford Aerostar top of the line trim with the digital gauge cluster and all the bells and whistles. I loved the tech in this car but it was a complete train wreck. Within a few days of ownership, the dash lights went out and you couldn't see the display (Ford electrical quality in the 80's was HORRIBLE). Anyway, we took it to the dealer and they repaired it. When we picked up the car as we were driving off the lot, my dad hit a speed bump and the entire dashboard fell out onto his lap. Apparently their techs (term used very loosely) forgot to screw the dashboard back in.