Question about 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab
There are clips that hold it in place most times you have to remove the inner shield then re-glue the otter shield in. go to your local glass shop and ask them how much it would cost. I have done them and they are all different but a lot of times they have short cuts and Can do it faster and cheaper than yo can as they have the tools and they can keep the shop warm enough for it to cure it correctly. sometimes they will just shellac it in place to stop it from leaking, I have replaced all of my own front windshields and they would remove it and replace it for 40 dollars. Believe me I would rather give them the money cause the guarantee it and normally get it done quickly.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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