Only took a third time to rip my weatherstripping to the point it won't stay on that retainer no matter what.
I was afraid of that.
I'll be speaking with my dealer about it today, just so they are aware of the issue, in case nobody else has had it, or said anything.
My concerns are:
If a "patch" is put in place where they drill another hole or two, to put fasteners through, the metal is now bare, if they don't paint it, causing a potential rust point.
If they utilize an adhesive as a means to hold the weather stripping to the vehicle, it could cause the rubber to deteriorate and down the road, after it is out of warranty, we could need to buy new weatherstripping.
One suitable "fix" would be to make larger plastic washer, or better yet, a piece of plastic, cut in the shape of the weatherstrip that is an inch or more long, and then insert a new fastener through that. That would hold it very well. If it were cut to conform around that bend of the strip, it would not go anywhere.
In short, I'm very hesitant to allow a dealer to fix it, unless it is approved from a corporate level =)