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Old 05-20-2018, 12:46 PM   #1
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2018 Passport right front siding pealing?

We purchased a 2018 Passport 2950 last July, used twice and has been stored indoors since October. Noticed after we took it out of storage the front of the passenger side of siding was pulled away from the trim slightly, but enough where I could see the end of the panel. Almost like it wasn't cover comlpety by the trim and they just silicone the seam. Getting ready to call the dealer and Keystone to see what my options are for repair. Im almost betting they will silicone it back and that's the last I will hear of them. However my fear is 2-3 years down the road the delamination will continue and we will have a bubble on our $24000 investment.
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Old 05-22-2018, 08:36 AM   #2
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Id take it back to the dealer. Good luck and let us know what they say about it. Silicone should not be the answer.
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