Join Date: Mar 2017
Location: South San Francisco, CA
Not sure if this is the right place for this, but here goes. I have a 2005 Colorado crew cab, and just had the window replaced a few weeks ago. Well, here in the San Francisco Bay, we have a pretty strong wind storm blowing thru. While on the freeway, I heard something slapping against the truck. When I got out to take a look, I found the molding that runs along to top of the windshield have partially come out. I looked, and I did not notice any type of adhesive in it to keep it down. It has a channel in it, that looks to slide into the top of the windshield, but i cannot believe that there is nothing else that keeps it down. I have some weatherstrip adhesive that I have had to use for other things, so I was thinking of putting some in the channel of the molding to help keep it down. Anybody have any input, good, bad or indifferent about this? I am thinking the window company cut corners and forgot to glue the molding down.