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Passenger A-pillar leak

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by HawaiiBee, Dec 13, 2014.

  1. HawaiiBee

    HawaiiBee Member

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    There was a "creak" coming form the a-pillar on the passenger side. Service center applied a "fix" but seems to have made a leak.

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  2. jhs_7645

    jhs_7645 VIN: #3305

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    Did you take it back to service? I’m sure they’ll get on it.
     
  3. lloyds

    lloyds Member

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    Mine was in a different location, but nonetheless was leaking pretty heavily.

    Wetspot / Leak

    Took it in once and they had it fixed.
     

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