Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
2002 Chrysler Sebring convertible the canvas has become detached from the rear window. The convertible repair shop says the window will have to be replaced with a new window that is heat sealed to the canvas and then installed. The cost estimate is $450 is that reasonable? They also said it could be glued down which may get me six month to a year service. I am planning to use E6000 glue. Has anyone tried this procedure and are there other glues that would give better performance?
The correct method is the heat as it is heat welded in place using a micro wave process ( the same process as welding plastic tarps etc)
anything else will be strickly short term and will fail when it is really pouring down
to see if the quote is reasonable ring other shops and get quotes from them
I would expect that what has been quoted would be in the ball park figure of other quotes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, this is not something you can fix yourself. You will need to take the car to either the dealer or a shop which specializes in fixing convertible tops, headliners, etc (commonly called an automotive trim shop) Most used car dealers have a trim shop that they can recommend.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Clean the mating surfaces very well, mark on the side of the magnet (arrow or dot) which surface of the magnet was glued (shouldn't make a bit of difference, I'm just a little anal) and then use any brand of quick setting 'super glue.'
This glue will not only hold well but will also introduce the thinnest film between the magnet and 'keeper.' Too much space between mating surfaces can weaken the field and reduce the efficiency causing an imbalance in volume relative to the other tweeter.
If anything else is loose, the tweeter is junk because any shift of the voice coil will cause the speaker to distort or rattle.
If you need to replace any speaker ever, replace both channels or have possibly lousy matching between channels.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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