As a car owner, you will almost certainly need a car glass replacement at some point. Windshields keep everyone safe from debris on the road, but they do sustain damage in the process. Small rock chips can eventually turn into large cracks that can’t be repaired. In these circumstances, you’ll need to replace the whole windshield. Luckily, it isn’t too difficult to find a glass repair shop offering services to replace windshield. However, if you want to go the DIY route, that’s an option too.
Whether you own a Jeep or any other kind of vehicle, the steps to replace a windshield are virtually identical. The video posted to this page shows the entire process to replace windshields at home, and it requires no special tools. Still, this project should only be handled by someone with significant experience working on their own vehicle. If you’re a novice at car repair, you likely want to contact a mobile auto glass repair service instead.
In the video Chris uses common hand tools to remove a shattered windshield. The only special product he needs, other than the replacement windshield itself, is adhesive. To see how he handles the project, be sure to watch the video in full.