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Help please! Need new tailgate glass.

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by DevonGuy, Jan 14, 2016.

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  1. DevonGuy

    DevonGuy Well-Known Member

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    Hi folks,
    Can anyone point me towards the best source for a new heated tailgate glass for my '56 Adventurer? The weather's getting colder and all my elements are dead :(. Thanks in advance!
     
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    it might be they have come off the glass you can solder them back on.
     
  3. DevonGuy

    DevonGuy Well-Known Member

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    Thanks matey but they've all gone, checked the whole window. I could have managed with 3 or 4 but it's desperation measures now, new glass!
     
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    Excuse the hijack. I've lost two, with the trim removed are they easy to get to and solder?
     
  5. NoDosh

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    3 part nos.

    CVB103230
    CVB101680 superceded by above
    CVB102830 - Privacy Glass.

    The standard glass (top no.) Is around £140 delivered from what I can see.
     
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    teddywood1 Well-Known Member

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    take the window out is the best option they used to sell electric window repair paint I do not know if it is still available and you might be better off with some type of liquid solder
     
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    About £10 for the conductive paint, but as the screen has to move past seals on the rear door I don't think it will last long
     
  8. Praetorian65

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    Mine hasn't worked since 2009. I'll fix it some time.
     
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