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Old 01-01-2012, 10:07 AM   #1
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Fogging Windows

I would like to get any info I can on the windows of our 04 Southwind. They are starting to Fog / Glaze over. I am really concerned with the Driver and Navigator sides. The others can wait. Any current info will be helpful. Thank you, Perry
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Perry, check out this current thread here
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f84/brand...em-111605.html

They are discussing the same thing on fixing fogged windows.
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Old 01-01-2012, 07:28 PM   #3
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Perry,

I have a 04 Southwind, and I just had 7 of the 12 windows repaired, which were foggy. As Mike said it's an old problem and well mentioned on this site. Just wanted to say, you're not the only one. Many shops out there repairing the windows, depending on where you live.

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They are relatively simple to take out. Just take a square NOT phillips head in my case powerdriver bit and remove them carefully with an assistant outside just in case. Remove them and if you can find clear shelf liner to "tape"over the hole, or some stuff we use at the track called Crash wrap. Cover the hole where the window was removed as in my case the replacement glass took about 10 days, just because the had to cut 2 panes of glass, temper it, then bond and seal it together, then install it into the frame...and for $110 for the big side windows in front of the mirrors, I think they did really well by me....Good luck...Dave
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Many were made by atwood. Call their customer service line, a very nice lady there will fix you up.

Each individual peice iof glass is around a hiundred. If you are handy this is the best way, particularly if u only have a few to do.
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http://daverootrvglassrepair.com/
will repair them for you or sell do it your self kit
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will repair them for you or sell do it your self kit

Second the Dave Root Recommendation
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