Procedure

Remove the windshield

Remove any rubber from the body

13 Stick adhesive tape to the body

To protect the paintwork, apply adhesive tape to the visible area of the body round the window cutout.

14 Cutawayadhesive sealant on the body

Fit the scraper (D) to the cutter (A) and cut away the adhesive sealant on the body until a covering residual layer remains.

Clean the body round the window cutout

Clean the body round the window cutout thoroughly with cleaning solution (H).

Note: No cleaning solution may remain on the body.

Apply a coat of primer to any damaged areas on the body

Cut away the adhesive sealant on the windshield (only if the windshield is undamaged)

Apply body primer (G) to any lacquer damage round the window cutout which will not be visible.

Cut away the adhesive sealant from the windshield with a fixed blade. A covering residual layer may remain. Note: If the vehicle is fitted with a Sekuriflexwindshield, under no circumstances may the protective foil on the sealant side be damaged.

Clean the windshield Rub the windshield thoroughly with cleaning solution

Note: No cleaning solution may remain on the windshield.

Action

Procedure

Check the windshield for notches Inspect the edge of the windshield all round for damage. If the windshield is damaged and has notches, this must not be reinstalled.

Clean the rubber seal

Perforate the rubber seal

Apply adhesive sealant Into the window channel of the rubber seal

Mount the rubber seal onto the windshield

Clean the window channel in the rubber seal with cleaning solution (H)

Note: No cleaning solution may remain in the window channel.

Perforate the rubber seal in the area of the antenna cable for the cable to pass through (see Item 17).

Insert a cartridge with adhesive sealant (F) into the glue gun (C) and apply the sealant all round the window channel of the rubber seal (you require approx. 85 mm adhesive sealant).

Note: The windshield must be installed into the vehicle max. 4 hours after the adhesive is applied.

17 Pull the antenna cable, including plug, through the hole in the rubber seal

Lay a nassembly cord into the rubber seal

Position the double-suction cups to the outside of the windshield

Lay the assembly cord into the rubber seal to fit the windshield.

The ends of the cord must cross over around the middle of the roof area.

19 Apply adhesive sealant Using the glue gun (C), apply the adhesive sealant (F) to to the body the body all round the area of the window cutout

(approx. 70 ml adhesive sealant).

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