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Loose clip under 2nd row seat

Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by outie, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. outie

    outie Member

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    Hi, does anyone know what this is and where is it supposed to go? I found this under the 2nd row seat while cleaning the floor. TIA. IMG_2438.JPG
     
  2. Drewflux

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    Looks like a trim clip that inserts into a blind hole. Im thinking the skuff plates or console
     
  3. bikeandsail

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    I also found the same clip in the second row floor. Sure would like to know where it came from.
     
  4. wycolo

    wycolo Active Member

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    Roach clip . . . just put it back under the seat when you're done.
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  5. aesculus

    aesculus Still Trying to Figure this All Out

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    Looks like a clip to hold a wire/cable (round part at the top). It slips over a flat object like the folded sheet metal panel of the door. Perhaps an extra one when they did work on your car to secure sensor cables?
     
  6. bikeandsail

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    They did work on my falcon wing door sensors, the side I found it on!
     
  7. outie

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    Same here. My FWD failed on delivery making the chrome trip bent and door gasket torn. Maybe that was it.
     

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