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Old 03-09-2018, 10:31 PM
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or at least have it dropped shipped to that shop
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If you had gone to a local glass company that deals with Pilkington, they could have had it shipped into the local warehouse for free, and you would be saving the $150 crating fee. Also, if you have the local glass company purchase it and install it, they will guarantee the glass for breakage during installation. If you supply the glass, if it breaks while they are installing it, you are out the cost of the glass. That is how it works in the glass industry. I know that you are impatient, but if you had waited one more day, you would have gotten this information. I naturally assumed that you would be dealing with a local glass company for procurement and installation. If you spend some time tomorrow calling around to find a glass company that deals with Pilkington, possibly you can stop the order on Monday morning.
All of the local shops insisted it was a regular caddy windshield. I'll just have someone put it in. I'm sure it'll work out.
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I'm trying to figure out if this mess of wires..some not even connected are from superior or caddy. I've been trying to figure them out. But what we need working right now already is even with these not connected. They all come out under the drivers side dash panel.
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I have most of the Superior parts manuals from the 50,s to the 70,s. To large to post , if anyone wants a particular year send me a usb drive I can copy it to.
This is from the 70 parts manual.
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Superiors wiring is a test light and trace. All the manuals in the world don't help much. All wired with the same colores wire splices everywhere. What helps is a small 12 volt charger and a test light. Put the hot lead on the wire your wondering about, ground the other lead to the body and trace it with the test light.if you let the smoke out of the wire you can find the short. But you will have to get new wire because you can't put the smoke back in.
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