Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2001 18:36:04 -0000
From: "J.L.E" <newsnopsamts.fsnet.co.unitedkingdom>
Subject: Re: Saab 900 Windscreen, info wanted please


Johannes H Andersen <johsnopsamanytime.co.uk> wrote in message news:1ec6845d.0111260102.6919aff0nopsaming.google.com... > Paul Hutchings <paul.hutchingsnopsamnetNOSPAM> wrote in message news:<Xns9162B0BE2F9C6paulhutchingsgmxnetnopsam126.101.100>... > > Auto Windscreens are fitting a new windscreen to my 1995 Saab 900 (new > > shape) on Monday. > > > > Assuming the guy who fits it is half decent does anyone know of any points > > I should check when he's finished - there appears to be a lot of plastic > > and rubber mouldings surrounding the screen and I'm a little paranoid as to > > his chances of taking it all off and putting it back on correctly, and > > intact. > > > > Don't drive to car for the first 24 hours after fitting. Or drive it > gently home if neccesary and leave it for 24 hours. The compound is > very soft when applied and the windscreen can even fly off at heavy > braking. No the compound is 'safe' after about an hour [1], what you must not allow is the inside of the car to 'pressurise, leave a window open when you close any of the car doors for about six hours or so (and I would advise keeping clear of pot holes, so not allowing the shell to twist to much) but normal driving should be OK. [1] the windscreen fitter will (should) advise on this.

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