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Anybody know where I can get ahold of one of these? Mines fallen apart and the rain that gets in shorts out my wipers from time to time. Also how do you remove/install the thing?
 

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Thanks.. i guess playing around never hurt anything. How hard can it be?
 

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I read on a previous thread that you can take that to a windshield replacement place, and they can do it for a small nominal fee.
 

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Hmm, didnt think of that. I'm going to go for a DIY and see how that goes.. i really dont like having to go somewhere and pay for service.
 

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Hmm, didnt think of that. I'm going to go for a DIY and see how that goes.. i really dont like having to go somewhere and pay for service.
Problem is... there's likely a bead of windshield sealant between the glass and the plastic cowel.
 

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Im trying to find the howto on this in alldata and no luck so far. Ill post it if I find it. On a side note though Im find more cool info on other stuff and posting it :)
 

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Problem is... there's likely a bead of windshield sealant between the glass and the plastic cowel.
Oh.. darn. Wonder how much of a bitch that is. Maybe I will take it somewhere, I dont jack with sealant. :eek:

Im trying to find the howto on this in alldata and no luck so far. Ill post it if I find it. On a side note though Im find more cool info on other stuff and posting it :)
I thought I came across one a long while ago on either here or fanatics, but cant seem to find it anymore. :dunno:

EDIT: ooooh i found it

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=373451&highlight=windshield
 

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Problem is... there's likely a bead of windshield sealant between the glass and the plastic cowel.
It's a fairly easy DIY job, just a few clip and remove the wiper blades, there is absolutley no sealant anywhere. It's amazing some of the stuff you guys come up with, if you don't no why speculate and write nonsense. When people post they are looking for good information and help.
 

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I noticed nbaker your showing that your driving a 352i aka Mein auto: 352i.

Whats a 352i?
 

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what's a few clip?
 

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It's a fairly easy DIY job, just a few clip and remove the wiper blades, there is absolutley no sealant anywhere. It's amazing some of the stuff you guys come up with, if you don't no why speculate and write nonsense. When people post they are looking for good information and help.
Maybe you can provide us with a DIY, especially with your state of the art 352i, it sounds like a fast, amazing car. Well, the criticism is great and huzzahs to you, but why don't you post how you bloody well did the replacement instead of being a braggart and telling how simple the job is. When people read they are looking for good information and help, durrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
 
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