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Wheel well trim detaching

MrFusion

Member
Feb 4, 2018
175
61
Salt Lake City
Didn’t catch this at delivery yesterday but just noticed it while washing the car. Looks like the left rear wheel well liner should be attached somehow here but it’s not. The other side looks like it should. Anybody know what the deal is? Is this something easy to fix or maybe a mobile service call?

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640k

Member
Jul 15, 2019
929
631
Cincinnati
why did tesla decide to use these fabric liners everywhere? was it a cheap solution to sound deadening? it's really a terrible solution.
 

Toothsloothdmd

New Member
Sep 7, 2019
3
0
Nh
I have this same issue on my driver's side rear wheel well. Worried that water/snow/dirt Could build up behind the wheel well in the bumper. I wonder if this was the issue that had the bumpers falling off of new cars (I just took delivery of a white performance six days ago)
 

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