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      08-21-2020, 12:55 AM   #3
whyzee125
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Drives: Dinan stage 2 335i
Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Chattanooga Tn

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Originally Posted by csquared013 View Post
I'm assuming the rubber flashing at the bottom of the windshield should be flush to the glass but on mine that was just replaced today, there is a sizeable gap. Any idea on how I should handle this? calk in some silicone or something?

This is the second replacement windshield the car has had in its life (if that makes anyone's answer or thought different).

Let me know if anyone wants a pic posted up.
Same thing happened to me--the replacement glass did not come with the strip on the bottom that clips to the cowl to hold it snug. Don't drive in the rain, water will leak inside the cabin and ruin your blower motor too.

I don't have the P/N on hand but a few mins of searching and it's not hard to find. Take it back and make them redo that ish't.
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