Yesterday while returning home from Labor Day weekend, I heard a flapping sound while on the interstate. My immediate thought is I was about to lose a tire. I pulled over and checked everything and found nothing amiss. I pulled back out onto the highway and it started again. It was the rubber molding that goes around the windshield at the very top.
About 3 years ago my windshield was broken and had to be replaced, along with this rubber piece. I got out a ladder and looked at it and it appears to just be a rubber molding glued onto the windshield. The windshield itself is bonded in place and it looks like this just fills the gap. It doesn't have a piece that goes on BOTH sides of the glass. Does this just get glued in place and is this something I can fix myself, or does the windshield have to be removed. I taped it in place with some electrical tape and we made it home fine, but I do need to fix this soon. It looks similar to the picture below.
Mark Anderson - FMCA 351514 - Louisville, KY
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