Porsche 993 Windscreen Checklist

The 993 windscreen is fitted using three trims: a trim frame (which comes pre-encapsulated from the manufacturer) a cover seal (or outer) and an inner ‘buffer’ trim. If the trim frame is damaged, or perished, the outer trim will not fit. The trim frame is...

Porsche 993 Windscreen Myths Explained

Of all the 911 models, 993 – and sometimes others, like the 996 – windscreens can be problematic, They’re notorious for creaking or wind noise; and this is usually attributed to the after the windscreen has been replaced. A very audible...

Suzuki Jimny Windscreen 2019 – on

The history of Suzuki four-wheel drive cars began in the mid-sixties when Suzuki, embarked on a journey towards building a kei-class off-road vehicle. The first Suzuki-branded four-wheel drive was introduced in 1970 and after nearly three-decades of evolution, a Jimny...

What is a Rain Sensor?

Rain-sensing Wipers Car evolution and the advancement of technology might be successful, one day, to eliminate windscreen wipers. It’s difficult to imagine how, but with hydrophobic coatings for glass gaining in popularity, the windscreen wipers’ days...

Greasy Windscreen?

Effective wiper blades are a crucial part of your car and car maintenance yet they are often overlooked. Windscreen wipers are repeatedly dragged across the glass countless times a year, in all weathers. If they’re not clearing bird droppings, wipers are usually...

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