How Do I Repair a Window Shield?

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Repairing a window shield requires you to find out just what went wrong in the first place. Repair a window shield with help from an expert in the automotive industry in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Bob Holcomb from Apex Automotive in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Here today, to talk about window shields or bug deflectors. The window shield would be attached to the front of the car, somewhere where the hood meets the bumper. As the wind comes towards the car, it's going to deflect the wind up over, and over the top of the windshield. So that any debris that maybe in the wind, or in the air, bugs, pieces of stone, pieces of another car, what have you. Will be deflected away from the windshield. If your window shield should become broken, most are made of plastic, it could be easily super glued back together. The window shields are made up of a molded plastic material. They don't easily break, they can become more brittle in colder weather. If they were to break, they could be super glued back together, depending upon how severe the break is. The window shields and rain guards are all made from the same molded plastics. That's a tip on how to repair your window shield. I'm Bob Holcomb from Apex Automotive in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

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