Range Rover Evoque: Windshield Glass

Removal

CAUTIONS:

Always protect paintwork and glass when removing exterior components.

Always protect the interior components when removing body glass.

Lay the glass on felt covered supports. Do not stand on edge as this can cause chips which subsequently develop into cracks.

NOTES:

The cutting blades used in this procedure are from the standard BTB glass removal kit.

Some variation in the illustrations may occur, but the essential information is always correct.

1. Refer to: Interior Rear View Mirror (501-09 Rear View Mirrors, Removal and Installation).

2. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides.

Refer to: A-Pillar Trim Panel (501-05 Interior Trim and Ornamentation, Removal and Installation).

3. Refer to: Plenum Chamber (412-01 Climate Control, Removal and Installation).

4. NOTES:

The procedure must be carried out on both sides.

Discard the retaining clips.

Make sure that the centre part of the clip is fully removed from the outer part of the clip. It is not possible to prevent the centre part of the clip falling into the body of the vehicle.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

5. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides. Disconnect the heating element electrical connectors.

6. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

7. WARNING: Wear safety goggles and protective gloves.

CAUTIONS:

Protect the surrounding paintwork to avoid damage.

Protect the surrounding components.

NOTE: Windshield glass shown removed for clarity.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

8. WARNING: This step requires the aid of another technician.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

Installation

CAUTION: Make sure that a Hi-modulus sealer (for example, Wurth Ultimate adhesive) is used when bonding the component to the vehicle.

1. CAUTIONS:

Make sure that the mating faces are clean and free of foreign material.

Correct preparation of body apertures 'post painting' to ensure satisfactory glass adhesion, must be carried out in line with industry practise.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

2. CAUTION: Touching the adhesive surface will impair rebonding.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

3. WARNING: This step requires the aid of another technician.

CAUTIONS:

Make sure that the component is correctly located on the locating dowels.

Make sure that equal pressure is applied to the full length of the component.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

4. CAUTION: Make sure that no excess sealant residue is evident.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

5. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

6. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides. Connect the heating element electrical connectors.

7. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides.

Range Rover Evoque. Glass, Frames and Mechanisms

8. Refer to: Plenum Chamber (412-01 Climate Control, Removal and Installation).

9. NOTE: The procedure must be carried out on both sides. Refer to: A-Pillar Trim Panel (501-05 Interior Trim and Ornamentation, Removal and Installation).

10. Refer to: Interior Rear View Mirror (501-09 Rear View Mirrors, Removal and Installation).

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