Hey guys, wanted to pick your brains on something that drives me nuts every time I drive my car. I've had some work done on the driver's side door in a vain attempt to fix a design flaw on my car (when the window's all the way up, there's an air leak somewhere in the door panel). As a result, I know they've removed the panel from my car. I've noticed now that there is an enormous gap (you could lose coins down it) between the small divider between the driver's side window and the small DLO window. It's not nearly flush up against the trim as it is on the passenger side, and I've noticed as well that the door panel appears to be "sagging" in that spot. You can see from the arrow the direction the door panel goes. You can actually see a hole in the weatherstripping.
Is everyone else's car like this as well? Or do I need to bring it back and have them fix another problem. I can't imagine, even in their cost cutting, that Honda would leave such a gaping hole like that to the visible eye. I've looked at other Si's but without getting into them, I can't figure out if this is normal or not.
Any advice or photos would be GREATLY appreciated. I just want this fixed if it's worse/not normal, because it looks REALLY cheap and it distracts me every time I'm in the car. I've never seen such a poor job of hiding a cut out. Like there was no effort done to firmly press it up against that pillar to create a solid seal...