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Old 08-07-2015, 06:29 AM   #15
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My window in the 05 Discovery was the big window by the driver. I think it was a 3 section window. We pulled it out and took it over in the car. The Fog Dr charged us $ 150. It would be a little more if they took it out. I could have also mailed it to them. But the freight on that was way too much. Cheaper to drive it over. They also put the new seal on it for me. Taking it out and back in was very simple.

Couple of questions about removing the three section window, drivers side I assume. I am concerned primarily about the weight of the window, and is it something I can handle by myself? Secondly, is getting it back in so that there is no unpainted side wall showing, when you reinstalled it?

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Old 08-07-2015, 08:35 PM   #16
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I don't know how well this would work on fogged windows (or its results) but here's what I used on my fogged headlight covers.

Campers outdoor OFF for mosquitoes. I just spray it into a cloth and rubbed the head light covers. They came our clear and have not fogged up since. Also no scratches.

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First off the headlight covers are just a plastic piece. The windows are dual pane window glass with gas between them and sealed. So the only good way to fix it is to remove the seal and clean it inside and seal it. When we took ours off I removed the screws on the inside and went outside to pull out the unit. My wife and I handled it easily. It is not heavy, just bulky. Leave the frame stuck to the inside and not remove it. That will help you realign the window when you put it back in. Then you will have to use a putty knife to remove the old outside seal and caulk. After you get the window put back in then run a bead of caulk around the window top and sides and leave the bottom open for drainage. I pulled a pickup truck with the tailgate down backed up to the coach. Then we stood on the tailgate to do the work. Makes a nice two person work deck. If you take it down to Searcy, Arkansas they can give you pointers on sealing it. There are kits you can buy to do it yourself too. Mine was so bad that if the sun was just right I couldn't see my mirror to back up. When you put it back in the seal should cover the same area that was covered before and no unpainted surface will show up.

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