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Mazda 6 Service Manual: Windshield removal

Mazda 6 Service Manual / Body / Window glass / Windshield removal

1. Remove the rearview mirror.

2. Remove the cowl grille.

3. Remove the headliner.

4. Apply protective tape along the edge of the body to protect it from damage.

5. Apply protective tape to the dashboard to protect it from damage.

6. Cut the lip of the windshield molding using a razor.


Warning

Note

Not Reusing Windshield

1. Remove the base.

Note

2. Use a SST

, and insert the blade into the sealant.


3. Pull through the sealant around the edge of the glass.

4. Remove the winshield.

Reusing Windshield

Note

1. Make a hole through the sealant, avoiding pins, from the inside of the vehicle using an awl.


2. Pass the SST

(piano wire) through the hole.


Warning

3. Wind each end of the SST

(piano wire) around a bar.

Note

4. Working with another person, saw through the sealant around the edge of the glass.


5. Remove the windshield.

6. Remove the pins from the windshield.

7. Remove the winshield molding from the windshield glass.

Window glass
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Windshield installation
Caution To prevent the sealant from cracking or the glass from being pushed out by air pressure if a door is closed, open all of the windows and leave them open until the sealant has hardene ...

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