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Default Is this cowl panel configuration normal (See pics)?

Hi everyone,

I just bought a used 2013 Scion xD from a Toyota dealership. The right seal between the windshield and the cowl panel was broken, so they ordered a part and replaced it. However, after replacement I noticed that the right cowl panel is raised or not flush with the left cowl panel. See first image. I assumed that it wasn't clipped properly in place. I then took it to the dealership again, in which, they tried to clip it in place. It is now less raised than before, but there is still a gap (image 2).

Image 3 is a top view.

My question is, is this normal? Any Scion xD owners out there that can confirm? I know it's not a big deal and shouldn't affect anything, but I'd like to find out if possible.


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