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Old 10-07-2011, 21:32   #1 (permalink)
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I really need help finding 1998 ford crown victoria windshield gasket/moulding. I am tired of water getting in the car every time I wash it.
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1998 windshield moulding
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Old 10-08-2011, 03:42   #3 (permalink)
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makes me wonder if the drain for the a/c condenser isnt plugged and causing it to let water in the car instead of out the tube...
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If it is from the windshield, it needs to be fixed at a glass shop. They're glued in. If it's been replaced, they did a poor job. Check the dain as mentioned above.
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:43   #5 (permalink)
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Re: crown vic windshield gasket/moulding

As " 87 crown vic " suggests , sure it's not leaking from the A/C Plenum / bulkhead drains ? Also as Bert says , if bonded screen that is leaking , not a job you could do yourself .
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No, it is very visible that the original rubber moulding has deteriorated like to the point where I can push the windshield from the inside and it is loose. Here where I live in Cabo San Lucas mex, there is not a good shop where they can fix this. I have applied black sealing silicone but it only lasted for 3 months. I really need the original moulding. Wondering if they still sell this three sided piece
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here in the U.S. they replace at any auto window replacement shop... dont know what to say if there isnt a good shop around... the shop would have to pull windshield, clean old sealer off surround, reapply sealer, install windshield with rubber surround
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Hello Claudia:
There are several good glass shops in La Paz, not far from Cabo. There's also a Ford dealer.
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