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    '98 STS Windshield replacement

    Does anyone know what the cost of this runs to?
    My windshield is pitted to hell and wipers smudge during rain, I'm hoping to replace it but am curious as to what budget to allocate

    Cheers,

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    Re: '98 STS Windshield replacement

    Have you tried everything else..... It seems weird that an only 5 year old car would have a bad windshield..... My windshield at almost 10 years isnt perfect, but certainly not bad......

    New blades, and put on some Rain-X did wonders for me.....

    But as far as windshield replacement, Id say 500-700 would be something to shoot for, although it could be more or less, im not sure.......

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    Re: '98 STS Windshield replacement

    I feel your pain. My fleet cars used to get pitted to hell. I used to pay between $250, and $400 depending on year and model. Your car is one I've never priced. Be careful what glass you use, all windshields are NOT created equal. Stick with a brand name like LOF or similar, it may cost a little more but it's worth it.

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    I've tried new wipers but didn't help. Also in the evening when the sun hits it at the right angle it's really bad, you can't see through the windshield.

    I'll prolly shell out the bucks in spring of next year. Wonder if my insurance would cover it

    Tom

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