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Corolla ZR seat trim issue

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Hi fellow Corolla owners. I have a Corolla ZR for a little over a year now and wanting to get your opinion on an issue I have. With the ZR front passenger seat, has anyone experienced the pleather popping out of the silver trim near the head rest. I keep popping it back in, but the moment you sit in the seat it pops back out... I feel like over the time the pleather will wear out and tear around the edges.
See images – should I raise this up with the dealer? I doubt they'll replace the whole chair... see images linked.

https://imgur.com/FZNXfOC
https://imgur.com/KxFK7Xp

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Looks like a manufacturing defect. Does the car still have any warranty ? If it does, present it to your local Toyota dealership.

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Yes I would get into Toyota about it..nothing to lose..certainly looks like a manufacturing issue and hope they will organize a fix,there is always a way of getting it sorted by an interior specialist just means money from your pocket

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If the car still has warranty, Toyota need to front up and do the right thing. That's what warranty is for. It covers manufacturers defects within a specified timeframe.

I get really annoyed at dealers who always try to weasel out of their obligation. Hopefully Toyota aren't the way Holden have been in the past. No wonder they went broke.

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Thanks for your responses. I will raise it up with the dealer and report back! 

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