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Your common auto glass technician would agree that changing a windshield on a Subaru, or any of its auto glass for that matter, is very rare compared to a Chevy Silverado, or a Ford F150.

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That is obviously because there are a lot more of these trucks on the road. Due to certain relationships, I’m lucky enough to frequent these vehicles on a weekly, if not daily basis.

 

 

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During the monsoons, special attention to cleaning the glass is especially important. Obviously, a dirty windshield reflects the quality of the installation. A dirty windshield will also compromise the integrity of the adhesive’s bond to the glass, as I’ve said in a [...]
Most vehicles attachments (ex: side moldings) detach rather easily, and snap back in even easier. Very rarely should these things have to be cut out, although there are very few exceptions. 2011 Honda Pilot Side Moldings and Clips Destroyed! (Driver Side) After removing the windshield, any excess glue, etc should be removed or trimmed away, scratches primed to prevent rust, and prepped for the new clips. In the case of this 2011 Honda Pilot, new moldings and clips were obtained and the clips were adhered in alignment. 2011 Honda Pilot Side Molding Clips Restored (Driver Side) Once the new windshield was installed, the new side moldings were easily snapped back into place. Once again, this vehicle looks like a [...]
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