no dimmer on the rearview mirror (I guess this counts, calling
dealer they asked this)
It seems to cast between 800-1000 to replace a cracked windshield at
one of the nearby dealers (middle NJ). All kind of accessory were
cited as required: weather strip (?) and such...
What is the best way to replace the windshield with a comparable one
at the lowest price? Can anyone suggest a good glass shop (Union,
Do check the PPG web site and call for quote. Pilkington is another
premium brand. Id' stay away from Safelite (?).
From another thread:
Windshield is a structural part of your car. There is a special high
strength adhesive that is applied using heat on oil-free, clean glass
and has a strict drive-off time waiting requirement. It is not
something the home mechanic should attempt.
I'd recommend an authorized PPG windshield repair shop. PPG glass also
flies on Boeing aircraft and who knows maybe the shuttle.
Automotive replacement glass:
Hey, how about getting one of these reflective nano-technology
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