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Does your Windshield have too many scratches or cracks? Have no plans of changing it at all? Well, if you want to preserve your vehicle's overall good looks, you should definitely replace this damaged part with a brand new one. But if this won't change your mind, just remember that it won't be able to protect you from various outside elements while you're driving. Wind, rain, and even the noise can easily get into the interior cabin. Getting a replacement Windshield won't be a tricky task as the aftermarket industry is filled with high-quality automotive parts and accessories. You can also guarantee that you'll receive a durable component by acquiring it from a reputable online supplier. Now, after getting the right part, the next thing you need to do is to carry out the repair. It's not as difficult as one may think. In fact, even inexperienced DIYers can get the job done in just a few hours. With the help of your simple hand tools, you can surely remove the damaged windshield glass from the vehicle. Most of them are attached with urethane. Though this material is flexible and strong, you can quickly cut through it by using a knife. After doing this, you can now carefully place the replacement Windshield. You will also need to use the same urethane material in securing the glass to your vehicle. But if you're really not that confident with your skills, it would be better if you can ask a professional to accomplish this task for you. That way, you can avoid any installation mistake that may cost you more problems.If it's just a scratch on your car's Windshield, you can just ignore it since it won't have a big impact on the way you drive. But if the damage is too severe, make sure that you replace it as soon as possible. Here at Auto Parts Warehouse, we're more than capable of providing you with top-of-the-line automotive parts and accessories. But aside from offering an extensive lineup of products from premier brands, we can also guarantee that they're available in affordable prices. Our price match guarantee can ensure you that you can get a good replacement part without shelling out tons of cash. Auto Parts Warehouse also has extended warranty options and flexible payment plans for superior customer satisfaction. To top it off, if your orders are worth more than $50, you won't need to pay our shipping services. Browse our product catalog and place your orders today.
The Correct Way to Install a New Windshield
Installing a new windshield can be quite expensive if you ask a professional mechanic to do it for you. If you're on a tight budget but you wish to replace the damaged windshield of your car right away, all you need to do is follow the instructions below.
Difficulty level: Difficult
What you'll need:
- Putty knife
- Replacement windshield
- Screwdrivers (Flathead and Phillips)
- Rubber mallet
- Windshield sealant
- An assistant
- Piece of cloth
Step 1: Using a screwdriver, remove the windshield wipers. Since the other part of the windshield wipers isn't touching the windshield, there's no need to remove it.
Step 2: Unfasten the clips that hold the windshield molding onto the windshield. Using a flathead screwdriver, pry up the molding from the window.
Step 3: Using either a putty knife or razor, cut the sealant that holds the windshield in place. Do this very carefully because the windshield can get broken if you apply too much pressure. Note: You may need another person to assist you in doing this step.
Step 4: Get inside the car, and carefully remove the old windshield by pushing it away. If you have an assistant, make sure that he or she will be able to hold the old windshield as you push it away. If you don't have an assistant on the other hand, place a big piece of cloth or tarp that would catch the pieces of glass in case the old windshield shatters.
Step 5: Using a putty knife or razor, remove the remaining sealant from the groove where the old windshield was placed.
Step 6: Apply a windshield sealant to the groove where the old windshield was laid in. Make sure to fill sealant to all the cracks.
Step 7: With the help of an assistant, lay the replacement windshield on the groove. Remove any sealant that oozes out of the groove with a piece of cloth rag. Once the windshield is already secured, reinstall the windshield wipers.
Step 8: Using a rubber mallet, reinstall the windshield molding over the windshield.
Once the new windshield is installed, make sure that the doors of your vehicle are open for the next two days. If you fail to close the doors, the pressure from inside the cabin can cause the new windshield to pop out of place.