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Is this worth taking to SC to fix?

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by bigroo42, Sep 4, 2019.

  1. bigroo42

    bigroo42 Member

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    took delivery a few weeks ago. friend pointed it out to me in the back seat...not sure if anybody has had a similar issue and gotten it fixed or not. not sure if a mobile ranger would be able to do it or not (likely not). which would mean me taking it into the SC for the first time over something very minor. thoughts? Will it likely deteriorate 20190904_162428.jpg
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    ? sign of a bigger problem?
     
  2. rickdogg82

    rickdogg82 Member

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    It's not right, take it in.
     
  3. PNWLeccy

    PNWLeccy Member

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    Hmm I have the same exact effect in my back seat door jams. I did compare them to my front doors which don’t have this slight bowing but I’m not sure it’s worth taking in for that alone, personally. I may end up addressing when I go in for some panel alignments that need to be fixed.
     
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