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Old 11th August 2012
MAB MAB is offline
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Default Shattered rear window

Hi everyone my saab 900 s convertible rear heated screen is broken into a million pieces where can i get one from at a reasonble price , got someone to fit it. any help from you guys appreciated
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Maybe some others will chime in. but I believe that the glass is integral to the top, so the entire top must be replaced... Ron
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Old 11th August 2012
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I believe he is right. About the only thing you could try to do is rig up flexible plastic in place (worth a shot). Obviously your defroster wouldn't work, but if you're looking for inexpensive, there you go.
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Old 19th August 2012
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SAME thing happened to me. on my 9-3
however the 9-3 is different than the 900.
i believe the 900 is sewn on.
my 9-3 was clipped on with like 30 clips.

i made sure to disable the rear defrost so it never happened again.
i got lucky to find what i needed at a junk yard. the ONLY 9-3 convertible in the yard.
everytime i saw a 900 it had a different setup it was as if the window was integrated into the cloth.
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