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  1. Hi Folks, In the process of changing the windscreen on my 1997 Defender 110 300 Tdi Have a suspicion that the old windscreen seals were leaking and there was a stone chip that failed to be mended satisfactorily by Auto*** Ordered original parts - windscreen seal (LR056278) and new windscreen (LR042760) However, upon fitting the new seal to the windscreen, it appears that the seal is too big. See images attached. Checked that the windscreen size is correct - matched perfectly with the old one. So before making accusations that the seal is not correct and sending back to distributor, please could folk cast opinions/advice in case doing something numpty. Thanks in advance, Simon...
  2. 1996 110 SW My windscreen has started to leak through the rubber seal along the bottom of the glass and I’ve started to chase the leak with rtv but it’s not working. Is replacing this glass seal a diy job or should I use the experts? As the glass isn’t broken there’s no insurance possibility. At the same time I thought maybe a heated screen would be a good upgrade. I wonder what experience there is with out there with these ones http://www.heatedwindscreen.com I’m thinking fit, quality and effectiveness of heating elements. As ever, any advice is gratefully received. Thanks
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