Question about 1996 Toyota Camry
The rear window glass is glued in. This is best left to a glass professional, as the glue type & proceedure is very specific. Why? Because the rear glass, as well as the front glass, performs a secondary function to hold the roof panel somewhat solidly in the case of a roll-over. If the glass is not glued in properly, the event of an accident of this type may not compress the glass at the proper breakage point, which is bad. Best solution: Get a trained glass professional to do it for you.
Sorry to post this type of solution, but this is def a safety issue.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
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