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Old 09-06-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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The lower driver's side corner of my windshield is turning milky. Anyone else experiencing this? Is it delaminating? Are its days numbered? What are the ramifications?
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The lower driver's side corner of my windshield is turning milky. Anyone else experiencing this? Is it delaminating? Are its days numbered? What are the ramifications?
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You are correct in questioning that it might be a problem with the lamination of the glass. This is a problem from the past. Older vehicles had lots of these problem but I haven't seen much of this for years. Is this the orginal windshield or did you have the windshield replaced?
If the glass is from an American manufacturer more that likely it will have a company logo on one of the lower corners. 'LOF' (Libby Owen Ford) for years was the major supplier of glass for cars and trucks.
You may get lucky if you contact the manufacturer about this problem. I have replaced LOF glass that was distort on passenger side and they made it good.
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