If it's an expansion/contraction of the metal and goes away with varying temps then how exactly do they plan on fixing the issue? They'd have to first confirm what the actual cause of the crease is then find a solution.
Wasn't that turned up in the other thread? Piece of insulation that stops right where the crease forms.They'd have to first confirm what the actual cause of the crease is then find a solution.
Well one person's speculation is not a confirmed fix. If they remove it they first need to make sure that's what's causing it or they may open theselves for more issues or it not being fixed at all.Wasn't that turned up in the other thread? Piece of insulation that stops right where the crease forms.
The speculation being the "insulation" or whatever you want to call it being the culprit. For all we know this was an issue with the vehicle in R&D stages and that "insulation" was put there to keep it from being worse than it is now by making the panel more rigid. If it were to be removed it may be catastrophic. It may be the shape of the metal, the alloy blend, the mounting points, or any other number of things causing the crease.It is not speculation that cold weather causes the creases...
It's what makes our cars unique. Kinda like a transformer, it changes shape with the weather. More than meets the eye!
Mine are once again completely gone...even the door. Not a hint of a problem! Temps are staying in the high 70s and low 80s.The weather has been warm for quite some time, and my crease is still very visible.
Next oil change, I'm going to tell them to do something about it.