|Topic:||Re:Re:Car windscreen issues|
|Posted by:||Andrew Craig|
|Thats a good idea of Autoglass knowing the source of manufacture if I give them the code. Cost free hopefuly and can give me a start.|
I did think initially it might be a screen wash problem from the previous owners choice of solvent but the handbook did not suggest a way of easily emptying the entire system so I decided not to put my own in and just dilute what is already there with water since then. Good point though so I will probably pick up on that , maybe next time it goes to the garage.
I would imagine the blades are standard Halfords or garage/MOT replacements, there are no markings whatsoever, and I did not run the a/c last winter - I thought it just removes pollen, smells and cools it a bit.
thanks for the pointers
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Car windscreen issues||20/08/15 18:17:00||Andrew Craig|
|Re:Car windscreen issues||20/08/15 22:22:00||Richard Jennings|
|Re:Re:Car windscreen issues||20/08/15 23:50:00||Andrew Craig|
|Re:Re:Re:Car windscreen issues||21/08/15 00:00:00||Richard Jennings|
|Re:Car windscreen issues||20/08/15 23:10:00||Robin Cox|
|Re:Re:Car windscreen issues||21/08/15 00:00:00||Andrew Craig|
|Re:Car windscreen issues||21/08/15 00:29:00||Timothy Reid|