I suspect they are bonded if they are then you can buy the sealant and do it yourself but a lot of breaker yards allways know someone who fits screens and it can be quite cheap to just pay to have it done. Ask booklady if her partner has any glass out at least youll save on buying new and should be able to see if its bonded or not but suspect it is as its curved.
Originally Posted by FNG Hi The seal is going on the curved rear quarter panel glass on one side. How easy is it to renew where is the best place Would the likes of a mobile autoglass do this sort of thing as I assume its pretty quick and easy if you have the right parts and you are used to doing glass work FNG Are you covered on your insurance Would be a shame if it broke
I have had a glass only claim already this year. Besides my employers as the largest insurer in Europe would probably frown upon me committing insurance fraud especially as I spend half my life dealing with motor fraud as it is. It is bonded it has not fallen off but is lose and lets in water in extreme circumstances. presumably they would reuse the original glass rather than fit a new one Thus only the kit and labour need to be charged FNG
Originally Posted by fatwing Hi I got the dim and brake light not working at the driver side rear. I opened the cover from the boot but it look like I can not change the light from there. Could anyone know how the easy way to change the lights any special tool needs You are right to take off the covers because you do change them from inside the boot. Each bulb is inside a plastic holder that locks
You can replace the bulbs from inside the boot (thats the intended way). Its a sod of a job and it helps if you have double-jointedbroken fingers. Theres a removeable panel with a quarter turn release catch on either side of the boot lining. Once that covers off you can just about see the back of the light cluster if you peer in the hole. There are three separate bulb holders (one each for indicator
Originally Posted by Emm Ive never seen these sun shields any pics or links to some please These are identical to the ones I bought and are the original fiat ones. httpcgi.ebay.co.ukfiat-multipla-...QQcmdZViewItem Essentially you get six pieces of sunshades. Four for the two rear-most side windows and two for the rear windscreen - as you can see by the pic. The two for the rear passenger windows are
Originally Posted by aeroadster These are identical to the ones I bought and are the original fiat ones. httpcgi.ebay.co.ukfiat-multipla-SUNSHADE-SUN-SHADE-BLIND-SCREEN-FULL-SET_W0QQitemZ360057563107QQihZ023QQcategoryZ72232Q QssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem Essentially you get six pieces of sunshades. Four for the two rear-most side windows and two for the rear windscreen - as you can see by the
is the 3 degrees negative camber on the rear wheels presumably to enhance the grip of this top-heavy massage parlour on wheels... But having a name like Rio it immediately makes me think of hula hoops and dancers or maybe of Duran Duran... Oh and back on topic - polyurethane sealant (Tiger seal) sticks anything to anything. Ive also used superglue. But the proper glue IS the adhesive that the fiat